Awesome Miner – One of the most multifunctional miners supporting AMD and Nvidia video cards. In addition, there is the possibility of mining on the CPU.
This software is provided by the author “as is”, and in no case is the author liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special or indirect losses that have been caused.
Benefits of the Awesome miner
Powerful for large-scale mining:
- Scalability up to 200,000 ASIC miners and 25,000 GPU / CPU miners;
- Versatility and flexibility to service demanding operations.
Maximize profits – minimize downtime:
- Profit switching based on real-time revenue and energy consumption;
- Detecting mining problems with automatic recovery.
Easy to get started:
- Start mining in a minute – registration is not required;
- Automatically configure all popular mining pools with one click.
[Instructions] Setting up AwesomeMiner for MiningPoolHub / Zpool / NiceHash
Who is it for?
For those who are looking for profitability, and are constantly trying to switch from one currency to another at the call of Wattumain. As a rule, such a switch without specially created conditions threatens not with profit, but with its loss, especially if the yield pump occurs in an hour or two and quickly falls off. Offensive names for this behavior are “hamsters” and “mother miners”, we will use the scientific name – profit miners
Especially for profit mining, there are multi-pools that mine many different pumped coins and give out a reward in the chosen one or in bitcoins. The most famous of the multi-pools is nicehash, while in fact it is not a pool at all, but a capacity rental service, but it has convenient software and fairly convenient statistics on the site.
Alternatively, in profit mining, you can use real multi-pools, where you mine and exchange your coins in automatic or manual mode (you do not exchange anything on Nice, you just get paid for rent) at the current rate, winning on the current momentary profitability.
At least two multipools are interesting in this regard – miningpoolhub and zpool.
I am far from thinking that profitable mining is doing much better than classic – when coins are accumulated and sold on a pump, earning decent money, but profit mining is often preferable for momentary profit.
Remember the main thing! Profit mining works only with a quick exchange of the hired into a stable currency (bitcoin, fiat). Without it, you just mine a bunch of shitcoins!
Part 1 – miningpoolhub.
We follow the usual path of the mother’s miner – we are interested in income “here and now” with conversion to bitcoin and payments as soon as possible.
To do this, register on the pool
First of all, we go to the auto exchange tab, where we set ourselves an auto-conversion – Bitcoin.
The second step is to go to hub workers, and create a worker for ourselves. Name, password.
You don’t have to exhibit his work for now.
Now the question arises – how exactly to start mining? The pulhub itself says on the main page, a free retelling:
Method 1 – the selected coin. Just configure the batch file to the required pool from the MPH list via port 20XXX.
In general, we are not interested, we are profit miners.
Method 2 – mining forks of the selected algorithm with the highest profitability through port 17XXX.
This is much more interesting. The bottom line is that the profitability of forks for ether, zikesh and some others is constantly floating due to price, complexity, demand, and so on. Launch the claymore for mining ether through the port indicated on the ether pool for multi-mining (17xxx), and the pool itself will slip the most profitable fork on this port. It can work simply as a batch file, the pool itself controls the profitability of coins. You can turn on the dual, on the clay. The same thing works with zikesh miners. You do not need to restart the miner, nothing is needed, do not forget to register -allcoins -allpools in the claymore, and set the desired work in the worker settings on the pool (for example, by mining the ether forks – we set Ethash). All coins minted at a favorable rate will be converted into cue balls, but we indicated the auto-conversion at the very beginning.
Method 3 – mining the most profitable algorithm at the moment, using management from the site or third-party software.
The fun part, but a lot to customize. As in the second case, you can use one miner that mines many algorithms – ccminer, how to configure it for this feature is described on the pulhub. I see no point in describing it here, and ccminer itself does not show good results in all algorithms, so my choice is third-party software. In the second part, we will look at awesomeminer.
In conclusion, in advance answers to some questions-
what is the pool commission? – 0.9%
But pay attention in the settings there is also a donate option, it also removes malya, configure it in your favor.
The minimum withdrawal is 0.002 btc, with a commission of 0.0003 btc.
Where to withdraw money / how to withdraw money automatically – through a wallet on the Bitcoin pool on the pulhub. There you will register your wallet, set up automatic withdrawal, if necessary.
What job to set for workers – a job for workers should be set only if your workers are controlled by a pulhub as in method 2. If you manage them yourself, nothing is needed.
Part 2 – awesomeminer
Multi-miner with profit management –
- Download and install avesome.
- After the first launch, he offers to immediately create an employee (miner). We agree and create.
- Miner type – Managed profit miner.
- Next – give it a name, the rest can be scored for now, we complete the creation.
And so, we see the awesomeminer window with one created miner, and we are stupid, not knowing what to do next. I will tell.
To begin with, by this point, you would already need to imagine what coins / algorithms we will be mining on the mining pool. We don’t need everything at all, we need those that bring consistently good income, and those that sometimes shoot. You can watch this case on the main page of the mining pool. Stable algorithms – Eth, Eqh, shooting – scrypt, NeoScrypt, SHA-3 (keccak), Lyra2RE2, this is according to my observations. You customize how you see it, and what maps / farms are available.
And first of all we go to Options, to the Managed Software section. In this section, we determine which miner will mine which algorithms. If you are lazy, you can leave it that way, but as a result, the avesome can run the zicash not on the zek miner, but on the ccminer, which threatens to lose the hash rate.
The next tab to configure will be Algorithms. There we simply cut off all the algorithms we do not need that do not need to be tracked and mined. There are a lot of those there, study – sha256 is generally for asiks, there is simply no skunkhash on the mining pool, and so on. Turn off all unnecessary, do not be greedy.
And then we reach the Profit Switching tab. We enable – enable profit switching, we set the interval for checking the profitability – also do not be too greedy, it seems to me an hour (60 minutes) is the minimum.
Supplement: Remember! that the pool reward system is PPLNS. It’s pointless to mine for five minutes! Leave check intervals for at least an hour, otherwise you simply won’t earn anything.
As for switching the yield based on the percentage difference, this is a moment of more fine tuning, for a start it is not needed.
Immediately turn on the MiningPoolHub checkbox, and enter the name of your worker and the region.
The fun is now!
We go to the Profit Profiles tab.
As I advise you to do with it – take the profit profile already loaded there, select it, click Clone, and then work with the copy. Which profile to take depends on what cards you have. Reds or good ones.
Click Edit for your profit clone. Give him a recognizable name right away.
Check the boxes for the required miners that we will use, and remove the unnecessary ones. You won’t be able to mine all at once!
Now each miner is separate.
Select Claymore Dual Blah Blah, press Configure
Indicate the path to your pre-downloaded miner. I highly recommend downloading right away.
You register the launch parameters. As in a regular body shirt.
Moreover, remember the previous post and mining all forks? In the launch parameters, I personally write everything completely as in a batch file – both the server address and port 17020
-epool europe.ethash-hub.miningpoolhub.com:17020 -ewal имя.воркера -eworker имя.воркера -esm 2 -epsw x -allpools 1 -allcoins 1
Amendment. In fact, you do not need to register the address and port, worker and wallet. The program itself takes everything from the settings. The required ports can be registered in the Online Services tab for the required algorithms. So we register the worker in the miner settings. In the batch file, you need to specify only -allpools 1 -allcoins 1 and other launch parameters you need.
But you can not prescribe the same thing in the launch parameters, but create equipment profiles in advance, where you can prescribe the necessary options.
You can register dual mining, I have not tried it. Theoretically, nothing complicated, on the mining pool everything is described how to dual mine on it.
In addition, the program is able to combine algorithms that are beneficial for dual, if several pools are involved. For example, mine ether on the miningpoolub, and the second coin on the zpool.
Exit the glue settings, take the next miner.
Tip – don’t try to set everything up at once. Set up one or two miners, don’t be greedy, just turn off the rest for now. Get yourself into the topic – tweak the rest yourself.
Miners set up – look in your Profit Profile section Customize.
This is the critical part! Here is the hash rate of each algorithm that you allowed to mine – you need to specify it very close to the real one from your farm!
Otherwise, the profitability data will shamelessly lie.
You can allow one algorithm at a time and run for a test, for example. Or approximately set for each algo.
Or set default, and when that algorithm starts and you see the real hash rate, go in and correct it with a real one for this.
You can pass the benchmark, which is present in the tools tab on the main program panel. Note! One video card passes the benchmark, and you need to register the result of all cards on the rig (worker) in your Profit Profile at once. That is, if the cards are the same, we go through the benchmark and write the result multiplied by the number of cards.
Also, when mining is started, it is possible to poke the worker with the right mouse button and select the Save Hashrate item. This action saves the current hashrate in your profile using this algorithm.
Before starting! Go to the Properties of your miner on the awesome main tab. We register the name of the worker from the pulhub there and set the profit profile that we created. Miner autostart – decide for yourself.
Well, that’s it, the moment of truth. Go to the last Online Services tab, see what is most profitable at the moment on MiningPoolHub. By the way, the display of other services can be disabled in the options – Online Services. I left for information.
At the bottom of the Online Services page, select the profit profile! which was done before. Otherwise, it will show horrible things.
Launch your miner.
Same as what’s top at the moment? If not, look what you didn’t. Either the miner was not allowed, or they lied with the hash rate.
If yes – watch the farm for a while, switch algorithms, and successful mining!
I’ll add a couple more tips later.
P.S. In a completely similar way, you can configure the miner for zpool, instead of the worker’s name, it uses the bitcoin address. But the payout system is different, and some settings are different.
Likewise, a nice hash, you can set the avesomeminer on a nice, it will work instead of a standard nice miner.
If there is enough capacity to quickly snatch profit, you can generally configure it for all three multipools. Avesomeminer will switch between them and algorithms based on the highest yield. I remembered malya on the nice, then the nice left the top, switched to the pool, then back – but this, IMHO, who has very decent power.
Why did I write miningpoolhub / zpool / nicehash and only describe the setup on miningpoolhub? and how to tune in to other pools?
I was interested in exactly profitable mining on multipools with conversion to bitcoin, and it is almost already pre-installed in awesomeminer, which I told about. The materiel for all three multipools is the same, the differences are in small details, according to this instruction, any one can be configured.
For other pools, coins, situations – the avesomeminer, of course, can do a lot more, adding your own pools, managing ASICs and so on – I have not done this and am not going to, do not ask me questions on these topics – it is pointless.
If I have a prefabricated hodgepodge of cards, I want like on a nice – different cards for different algorithms – like me, in the same farm 2×1066 samsung, 2×1063 hunix. It will not be quite like it when each card can run its own miner, but at least two groups can be made (in the free version). The procedure is the same as in the instructions, but – two workers are created on the miningpoolhub, two workers in the avesomeminer program, and two profitability profiles! For each worker in the program, you associate your pulhub worker, as well as your own separate profitability profile. In my profile with huniks, the claymore miner and ethash as an algorithm are generally disabled, i.e. he does not even consider ether and forks for profitability.
Key moment! now in each (of the two) profitability profiles we go into each enabled miner (Configure) and prescribe specific video cards in the launch parameters! Run only gpu 0 and gpu 1 = in claymore
for EWBF =
–cuda_devices 0 1
for ccminer =
I can make a mistake in the syntax, I write it as a keepsake, look at the redme to the miner! For one profitability profile, I put on the launch of the card with samsung, for the second with hunix – everything works flawlessly. Two miners are constantly running, sometimes they are mining the same thing, sometimes they are different algo, the main thing is to indicate the hash rate in the profile normally.
Correction – the same, without prescribing, can be configured in the equipment profiles.
Part 3. Building a strategy, mining individual coins, mining Electroneum.
While working with awesomeminer, I realized that multipools with exchange for bitcoin (or other currencies) are not always the best pools with the most advanced profitability, however, they have great tools that you can use, especially in conjunction with such powerful software as awesome …
Therefore, to start anew or for the first time, I will voice several principles on which you can build successful work with multipools and this software.
– greed will destroy everything.
– remember about PPLNS. In any case, you will get the maximum profit if you mine for the same long time. You won’t have time to mine anything in five minutes.
– it is better to mine more of one coin for exchange than ten little by little.
– this is not a nice hash and not an alternative to it. Everything here works with an approach and strategy, yes, you have to work, and the result will often not be long in coming.
– build your strategy.
– roughly determine the best algorithms for a short-term period, such as a week or a month, turn them on and turn off the rest with a ruthlessly firm hand. Two or three algorithms that will work stably for several hours per call are much better than a jumble of Shitcoins every half hour. You must consciously choose algorithms based on current trends if you want to make money.
– regulate auto-exchange. At the MPH there is such an opportunity. It is not always, even, not always profitable to change everything for BTC. You have tons of opportunities to regulate currency flows. You can put auto-exchange on another (promising) currency, and you can disable some units from auto-exchange if they seem to you to be profitable enough by themselves.
– based on the previous point – some currencies can be mined separately if it is part of your strategy.
– do not try to deceive the system and get anything, exchanging for ether, or a convict. Most often, it is more profitable to simply extract ether / or prisoners directly. You must understand this. Change to BTC, because this currency cannot be mined, but it grows every day. Or LTC, because it cannot be mined on a GPU, and you want to mine everything in one stable and profitable currency. You must understand why you are mining and exchanging it into this currency, be clearly aware. And why don’t you change some part.
Some currencies, on MPH or zpool, can also be mined directly if this is part of your strategy. There are various reasons to customize this part in software, for example-
– although electroneum appeared on MPH, it cannot be exchanged for anything – it is not on the exchanges that this pool supports.
– some coins that I would like to mine separately are in the software settings using a multi-protocol, that is, you can connect to the ether from awesome with default settings for the main ether only on the port where all the ethash forks sit, and you cannot say for sure what will be mined from them at the moment. And you, accordingly, want ether if it is profitable now.
Let’s take an example just electroneum.
Go to the Pools tab in the settings.
Create a new pool
We fill in the pool settings, we take them from the ETN pool on the pulhub:
If you need another coin, similarly go to the settings for the coin pool on the pulhub, create another pool. Then – go to the Pool Group tab right there in the pools, and make a group from these pools, if there are several coins.
Now, go to the Profit Switching tab in the options, and add our pool or group to the switching of profitability.
Well, it all starts to work.
It is worth paying attention to one detail – now, in the Online Services tabs, general data on the profitability of algorithms from a multi-pool will be displayed, and your individual coin, which you just configured, in the coins tab.
Changelog Versions AwesomeMiner:
Version 8.1 Features - Quick filter box in the Find toolbar to find miner or miners by IP address or description - Miner property filter for IP address or description - Heat map: Filtering for list of miners - Heat map: The dialog for configuring the heat map size also includes a setting if the column and row headers should be displayed - Heat map: Web interface support - Heat map: General improvements - Improved sorting of miners in the list of available miners for a heat map - The information column can display the MAC address of a miner - Proft Profile can be configured to run mining software with administrator privileges, configurable per algorithm - Introduce varable [tags] to get a comma separated list of all tags for a miner Integration - Wallet balance feature can be configured to send custom HTTP headers when requesting balance from a block explorer Changes - External Miners in Disabled state will no longer consume a license - Introduce a one second delay when making multiple calls to the same block explorer for wallet balance of multiple addresses Mining software - SrbMiner 0.5.2, including support for more algorithms - T-Rex 0.17.3, including support for Nicehash pool Ethereum mining and use of PCI Bus ID device order - NbMiner 32.0, including more fleixble support for specifying pool protocol for Ethereum - WildRig 0.27.5 - XmRig 6.3.4 - Gminer 2.26 - TeamRedMiner 0.7.11 - Nanominer 1.11.0 - Bminer 16.3.1 Corrections - Correction to Zergpool region URLs - Correction to Graviex exchange balance - Correction to list of groups when moving miners in web interface - Correction to tooltip display for miners in the heat map Version 8.0.1 GPU mining - Improved output from Diagnostics Features - Heat map for display of temperatures and hashrates of miners. Heat maps can be created from a Miner Group in the Groups tab. Mining software - Miniz Miner 1.6v6 - TeamRedMiner 0.7.10 - SrbMiner Multi 0.5.1. This version is configured differently compared to older versions - Lolminer implementation updated to use algorithm parameter instead of coin parameter Corrections - Correction to Fan Speed trigger for ASIC miners - Correction to wallet balance total in case one of the wallets failed to update correctly Version 8.0 Important: Awesome Miner and Remote Agent now requires Microsoft .NET Framework 4.7.2 or later. - This .NET version is already included in Windows 10 since April 2018. Run 'winver' to check the current Windows 10 version. If the version is 1803 or above, all is fine and no action is required. - For Windows 7, Windows 8 and older versions of Windows 10 and Windows Server, please download and install: https://dotnet.microsoft.com/download/dotnet-framework/thank-you/net48-web-installer Awesome Miner Antminer firmware - Antminer firmware S17, S17+, T17, T17+ version 2.0.3 supported and released - The rule action to set Firmware mining profile has been improved to allow any mining profile property to be set ASIC mining - The operations to set Default Pools, Reboot, Change firmware and set web password have been redesigned to work on multiple kinds of ASIC miners - NOTE: If using Innosilicon, Avalon 10-series or Whatsminer, please open the Properties of the External Miner and select the correct ASIC hardware type. The miner credentials are also entered for the External Miner Properties or globally in the Options dialog, Mining Settings section. - Avalon 10-series ASIC integration improved with: Default Pools, LED on/off, Pause/Resume mining, Set network settings - Avalon ASIC support for latest firmware versions - Whatsminer ASIC integration improved with: Reboot, Restart, Default Pools, LED on/off, Pause/Resume mining, Change password, Firmware updates, Set network settings. Requires August 2020 firmware. - Antminer S19 improvements, including operations to pause (sleep) and resume mining GPU mining - Display of PCI Bus ID on the GPU tab - Display of GPU memory size and GPU memory manufacturer on the GPU tab - The GPU information dialog (View GPU Details) can also show information for Linux based systems - Detection of nVidia Cuda 10.2 and 11.0 to support selection of mining software with dependencies on recent Cuda versions Features - Miner groups: The miners in a group can be sorted by IP address - Miner groups: Display of ideal hashrate. Configurable in the Options dialog, General section - Miner groups: Display the number of hashing miners (miners with a non-zero hashrate). Configurable in the Options dialog, General section - Miner groups: Miners can be added to Virtual miner groups via the Miners tab, via the context menu, Group section - Miner groups: Virtual miner groups can be opened from the Groups tab - opened in Miners tab with a filter for the selected virtual miner group - Miner groups: Use colors to indicate if a miner group (on the group page) has one or more miners not hashing or not running at all - Filtering: Filtering of miners to only show miners with zero hashrate - Filtering: Improved miner list filtering where filtering can be applied on a number of properties. Configurable via the toolbar Find, Property filter. - Filtering: Improved miner list filtering by introducing profiles, where filters can be saved with a name and activated with a click - Filtering: The miner list indicates if a filter is active, including a button to clear all active filters - Information column: Display ASIC chip temperature - Information column: Display ASIC firmware version for more ASIC models - Add miner wizard: Network scan supports IP ranges to be entered like 192.168.0-2.100-199 - Add miner wizard: External Miners can also be added with IP ranges, to add a large number of miners at once - For large mining operations where the concept of Global command queue is displayed, use right click to be display a context menu where the queue can be cleared - Export of all selected miners and their current status to CSV. The feature can be acccessed via the toolbar Tools -> Export -> Export to CSV - The dashboard will display Pool balance, Wallet balance and Exchange balance when the coin is Bitcoin - Mining history can store statistics in 1 hour intervals instead of 5 minutes, if configured Security - Permissions to access Virtual Groups can be assigned to user groups - Improvements when using multiple user accounts in the Windows application, where it's made possible to sign out and sign in with another account (via the Menu). - Configurable permission: Financial details, to define if revenue, profit, and balance should be displayed - Configurable permission: Manage user groups, to define if groups can be added, modified and removed - Configurable permission: Organize miners, to define if miners can be moved to other groups - When a user is assigned access to all miners, all virtual groups will also be included Integration - Added wallet balance support for ARRR and updated for KMD - Pool balance for F2pool - Zergpool regions configurable Configuration - The Total group in Groups tab can be hidden. Right click on the area of groups to show or hide this group. If hidden, the group will be hidden in the web interface as well. - Number of coins to show with exchange rate the status bar can be configured (from 0 - 20). The default is still to show 15 coins. Configurable in the Options dialog, Coins section. - Variables (to be used by rules) can be view and configured in the Properties of a miner User interface - Improved use of metric units for large hashrate and power usage - External Miner Properties organized to have the most common settings available in the General section while less common settings have been moved to the Advanced section - Summary tab for a miner has been reorganized to give a better overview - ASIC tools menu has been reorganized to match the improved support of ASIC miners for several of the operations - Rule action menu for ASIC related operations has been reorganized in a similar way - Operations performed via the ASIC tools menu with progress display will now list all miners with their configured ASIC hardware before any operation is performed - Added more coin images Web - The feature to move miners to a group is made available via the web interface - Web interface can redirect to a the requested page after signing in - Ideal hashrate and number of hashing miners is displayed on the Groups page in the web interface Changes - Adjusted timeout values for ASIC miner web requests Mining software - CryptoDredge 0.25.1 - XmRig 6.3.3 - GMiner 2.22 - T-Rex 0.16.2 - Nanominer 1.10.1 - Lolminer 1.07 - Bminer 16.3 - Miniz 1.6v5 - PhoenixMiner 5.1c Corrections - Correction to display of GPU PCI Bus ID when using automatic mapping to system monitoring - Correction to web dashboard circle graph - Correction to Mining Pool Hub pool balance - Correction to Remote Agent running on Fedora Linux with 7 digit process identifiers - Correction to reading of nVidia power usage on Linux - Correction to NbMiner Ethereum mining protocol for 2miners.com Version 7.8.5 ASIC mining - Managed Hosts used as Remote Proxies will include the number of External Miners using it GPU mining - GPU selection improved for systems with a mix of AMD and nVidia GPUs when mining with NbMiner and WildRig Miner Rules - A rule can be configured to execute the list of actions of another rule - A rule can be configured to execute the actions for a fixed list of miners instead of using the triggered miners - Adding a new user defined rule will enable it by default Integration - Updated block explorer for BTCP for wallet balance - Added Nicehash Cuckarooz29 pool Mining software - Bminer 16.2.12 - Gminer 2.20 - XmRig 6.3.1 - TeamRedMiner 0.7.9 - Nanominer 1.9.6 Corrections - Correction to display for number of active miners in the group summary Version 7.8.4 ASIC mining - Antminer Z15 supported with correct hashrate display GPU mining - Bulk edit of number of expected GPUs, for use with Device Count trigger to detecting missing GPUs Rules - The Device Count trigger made more flexible to support trigger conditions not only on missing devices but also when the number of devices are on the expected level Mining software - Add mining software: XMR-Stak-RX - Gminer 2.15 - Lolminer 1.04 - XmRig 6.2.3 Version 7.8.3 GPU mining - Added additional mining algorithms Features - The Information column can be configured to display the Antminer ASIC voltage Changes - The Mining History will ignore unrealistic temperature readings reported by mining software or ASIC miners Mining software - GMiner 2.13 - Lolminer 1.03 - NoncerPro nVidia Miner 3.3.1 Version 7.8.2 Awesome Miner Antminer firmware - User interface update: Added Mining Profile configuration property for Reset Profile Features - Operations can be performed on groups (both standard groups and Virtual miner groups) on the Groups tab in the same way operations are performed on the Miners tab - The groups on the Groups tab will display power efficiency and average miner revenue if configured Mining software - GMiner 2.12 - Lolminer 1.02 - WildRig Miner 0.25.2 - CpuMiner-Opt 3.14.3 Version 7.8.1 GPU mining - Support for BeamHashIII mining Features - Virtual miner groups - displayed and configured on the Groups tab - Virtual miner groups are not displayed on the Miners tab and not related to the primary group structure - A Virtual miner group can include any number of miners and miner groups. Multiple Virtual miner groups can include the same miners. - Virtual miner groups can be used for miner selection for rules - Rule action 'Virtual miner group' to either add or remove miners from a Virtual miner group - Mining history setting for usage display in percent or time is saved Changes - Hide secondary hashrate for mining software with dual mining support in case dual mining isn't used - If miner revenue calculations are configured to consider the average hashrate the power usage should also be adjusted to match the average hashrate relative the current hashrate Mining software - GMiner 2.11 - Lolminer 1.01 - TeamRedMiner 0.7.7 - Bminer 16.2.6 - Miniz miner 1.6v3 Corrections - Correction to Miner Group Summary setting that wasn't saved correctly when restarting the application Version 7.8 ASIC mining - Improved support for monitoring of Antminers running BraiinsOS BOSminer GPU mining - Added additional algorithms Rules - Multiple rules can be selected and removed in a single operation - Improved import and export of rules - Configuration to ignore rules on startup. Configurable in the Options dialog, Advanced section - All rules can be paused via the toolbar Tools -> Rules -> Pause all rules. The rules can be resumed using the same menu. Features - Mining History can report usage in either percent or time (previously only percent was displayed) - Miner Group summary can display average revenue per miner. Configurable in the Options dialog, General section. - Miner revenue calculations can be configured to use the average miner hashrate instead of the current hashrate (default). Configurable in the Options dialog, General section. - List active rules for a specific Miner Group. Available via the context menu for a miner group, Group -> Rules. Mining software - NbMiner 31.3 - XmRig Miner 6.2.2 - Bminer 16.2.4 - T-Rex Miner 0.15.8 - Lolminer 1.0 Version 7.7.6 Awesome Miner Antminer firmware - Antminer firmware S17, S17+, T17, T17+ version 2.0.1 released - Added configuration for the new Mining Profile properties in version 2.0.1 - Updated user interface for Mining Profile configuration Features - Notification action can be configured with webhook HTTP headers Corrections - Correction to display for current mining profile Version 7.7.5 Awesome Miner Antminer firmware - List Mining Profile power usage for Antminer S17 and T17. Features - Progress column adds support for expression 'miningHelper.GetBtcPerDay()' - Information column adds Revenue in USD/day and Profit in USD/day - Webhook action can set custom HTTP headers Configuration - Configurable if Dashboard should count disabled miners in total number Mining software - SrbMiner Multi 0.4.7 - TeamRedMiner 0.7.6 Corrections - Correction to system uptime trigger - Correction to license usage check for subscriptions - Correction to Prohashing pool balance Version 7.7.4 Awesome Miner Antminer firmware - The ASIC tab displays the ideal hashrate per device ASIC mining: - The ASIC tab displays the fan speed in a separate column Rules - The trigger for Miner State includes additional disconnected stats to consider Mining software - XmRig Miner 6.2 - Wildrig Miner 0.25.1 - Gminer 2.10 - TeamRedMiner 0.7.5 - CpuMiner-Opt 3.14.2 - SrbMiner Multi 0.4.6 - PhoenixMiner 5.0e Version 7.7.3 ASIC mining - Pool changes supported for Antminers running BraiinsOS BOSminer Features - Rule variables via Check Variable trigger and Set Variable action. Can for example be used as counters for how many times a rule has been executed for a specific miner. - Rule action to move miners to miner group - Tag filtering can be set to Inverted mode, to show all miners that don't meet the filter criteria User interface - Miner list can be sorted by average hashrate Mining software - SrbMiner Multi 0.4.5 Corrections - Correction to sorting by time in the list of notifications for a specific miner Version 7.7.2 GPU mining - Improved Device Count trigger. A Managed Miner (and Managed Profit Miner) can be configured for an expected number of mining devices (GPUs, CPUs) in the Properties, Advanced section, of the miner. The Device Count trigger can be configured to trigger if the number of reported mining devices are less than expected. - Diagnostics improved to detect and display additional Visual C++ runtime versions installed Features - New rule trigger for system uptime - Rules can be configured to limit the number of executions per day - The Information column can be configured to display the revenue and profit in BTC per day, no matter which primary display currency is being used. - The Information column can be configured to display number of mining devices User interface - Operations to expand all and collapse all miner groups Mining software - PhoenixMiner 5.0b - Bminer 16.2.1 - T-Rex Miner 0.15.7 - XmRig miner 5.11.2 - TeamRedMiner 0.7.3 Corrections - Correction to profit switcher calculations for Luxor Equihash pool - Correction to WildRig running on Linux Version 7.7.1 Features - Awesome Miner API endpoint for reading and setting GPU clocking properties Integration - Luxor Mining Pool Equihash pool profit display - Nicehash account balance. Requires to be configured in the Options dialog, Balance section - Mining Dutch pool list updated Changes - When adding multiple External Miners by a list of IP addresses, any duplicates compared to what's already added in Awesome Miner will be ignored Mining software - Kawpow Miner 1.2.3 - Miniz Miner 1.5t3 - CpuMiner-Opt 3.13.2 - WildRig Miner 0.24.1 - TeamRedMiner 0.7.1 - NanoMiner 1.9.4 - Z-enemy Miner 2.6.2 Corrections - Correction to ASIC chip ideal hashrate calculations for Awesome Miner Antminer S9 Dual mode firmware - Correction to GPU selection using Claymore Ethereum Miner in systems with a mix of AMD and nVidia GPUs - Correction to Mining Profile selection for rule action and added missing 65 TH mining profile selection for Antminer S17 running latest firmware version Version 7.7 ASIC mining - Set custom configuration properties adds support for setting pool properties using property name expressions like: pools.url GPU mining - Only show mining software version when known and not when defining a custom software version - The feature to automatically map GPUs to system monitoring will always be enabled Features - Russian language support. The language is configurable in the Options dialog, General section. Rules - Antminer feature 'Set custom configuration properties' available via rule actions User interface - Added support for sorting on pool in the miner list Mining software - Added software: Kawpow Miner 1.2.2 - T-Rex miner 1.15.6 - WildRig Miner 0.23.2 - SrbMiner-Multi 0.4.4 - NanoMiner 1.9.3 - CpuMiner-Opt 3.13.1 - TT-Miner 5.0.1 Version 7.6 ASIC mining - Fan speed display for BraiinsOS BOSminer GPU mining - Configuration of time span for mining process restart on frequent crashes. Configurable in the Options dialog, Mining Settings. - RVN coin prepared for Kawpow algorithm. Fork and algorithm change on May 6th, 18:00 GMT. Coin statistics may not be correct for some period of time after the fork. Features - Support for improved concurrency when using large scale mining operations. The concurrency level can now be increased to 200 in the Options dialog, Advanced section. User interface - Sorting of the Progress column can sort on the value displayed as part of a custom expression Integration - Updated Ethereum, Verge and Bitcoin Cash block explorers for wallet balance Mining software - NanoMiner 1.9.1 - T-Rex miner 1.15.4 - NbMiner 30.2 - WildRig Miner 0.20.6 - Z-enemy Miner 2.5 - Bminer 16.2 Corrections - Correction to the PROTO parameter for Phoenix Miner when mining UBQ Version 7.5.5 Awesome Miner Antminer firmware - New firmware version 126.96.36.199 for Antminer L3+/L3++. After the upgrade, a Mining Profile must be applied for the Antminer to operate at the correct hashrate. ASIC mining - Temperature display for BraiinsOS BOSminer Changes - Improved log file rotation Mining software - Gminer 2.09 - CpuMiner-Opt 188.8.131.52 - NbMiner 30.0 Corrections - Managed Profit Switcher correction for a specific scenario where Phoenix Miner is used in combination with thresholds - Correction to profit factors calculations for user defined pools in specific scenarios Version 7.5.4 Features - Display of power efficiency in the miner list and displayed as an average per miner group. Configurable in the Options dialog, General section. Mining software - TT-miner 4.0.0 - XmRig 5.11.1 Corrections - Correction to triggers detecting the current Firmware Mining Profile for Antminer S17/T17 - Correction to profit factors calculations for user defined pools in specific scenarios Version 7.5.3 Features - Added HTTP API for modifying configuration file properties on Antminers - The Information column can include power efficiency expressed as Watt/TH - Show Antminer firmware date on the Summary tab for a selected miner - The use of MiningWorker variable in the pool password field can be used even when 'Add to worker name' is disabled on the miner Mining software - CpuMiner-Opt 184.108.40.206 - XmRig 5.11 Version 7.5.2 Awesome Miner Antminer firmware - Introducing firmware for Antminer S17+ - Introducing firmware for Antminer T17+ ASIC mining - Antminer K5 supported with temperature display and device details GPU mining - Improved support for Ubuntu 20.04 for Remote Agent on Linux Mining software - SrbMiner Multi 0.4.3 - CpuMiner-Opt 3.12.8 Version 7.5.1 Awesome Miner Antminer firmware - Make the existing feature Default Pools (via web) available for Antminers running the Awesome Miner Antminer firmware, in case SSH isn't preferred - Improved display of temperatures when a hashboard isn't working Mining software - SrbMiner Multi 0.4.2 - Gminer 2.06 - RhMiner 2.3 - NbMiner 29.1 Corrections - Correction to hashrate display for Claymore Neoscrypt miner Version 7.5 ASIC mining - Innosilicon miners can be rebooted via the web interface. The External Miner has a new property 'Miner type' where Innosilicon can be selected, required for the Innosilicon specific reboot operation. - The External Miner property for Avalon 10 miners has been moved to be a part of the new 'Miner type' property, where Avalon 10 is one of the options. GPU mining - IMPORTANT: Awesome Miner will by default automatically map GPU monitoring details to the GPUs reported by the mining software, unless manual 'Map to system monitoring' is used. To disable the new behavior, go to the Options dialog, GPU Settings section, where 'Automatic device mapping' can be disabled. - Improved device mapping when using a mix of GPU models Rules - Added trigger for looking at the current Mining Profile for Antminers running the Awesome Miner firmware User interface - The list of active mining devices for a miner can be selected and copied to clipboard Changes - Using the new subscription based licenses with Managed Miners, only one license is consumed per host instead of per miner instance. Mining software - CpuMiner-Opt 3.12.7 - XmRig 5.10.0 - SrbMiner 0.4.1 - WildRig miner 0.20.5b - Gminer 2.04 - NbMiner 28.1 - Bminer 16.1 Corrections - Correction to pool and worker name display on the Pools tab in specific dual mining scenarios - Correction to dual mining revenue calculations for specific pool combinations Version 7.4 ASIC mining - Network scan for Antminers supports a new mode where the hostname of the miner can be defined as part of the scan - also linking the hostname with the External Miner - Add multiple External Miners at once by specifying a list of IP addresses in the Add Miner wizard - Support copy of IP addresses to clipboard from the list of results when performing ASIC operations like Default Pools or Configure API Access - Antminer IP Reporter feature, where pressing the 'IP Report' button on an Antminer. This feature can be accessed via the toolbar Tools -> ASIC Tools. GPU mining - Edit GPU Clocking Profiles directly from the Benchmark dialog - Added additional algorithms - Improved device power usage detection for GPU mining benchmark Rules - New trigger for mining uptime. Can be used to define behaviors after the mining has been running for a certain period of time. - Improved trigger 'Detect dead/sick device' to detect ASIC chip marked as Red by the Awesome Miner Antminer firmware Features - The profit switcher can be configured for a second switching interval with another threshold level. Example: If the primary interval is 3 minutes with a 20% threshold, the secondary interval can be 8 minutes with a 10% threshold. - The profit switcher for External Miners supports the setting for Minimum time on pool - A profit profile can be configured to override the global value for Minimum time on pool. Can for example be used to switch pools for ASIC miners less often than GPU miners. - The information column can be configured to show the notes entered for a miner, mining software, ASIC description and ASIC details Mining software - Gminer 2.01, incl. dual mining of Ethereum + Handshake - NbMiner 27.7 - XmRig 5.9 - CpuMiner-Opt 220.127.116.11 - SrbMiner 0.4.0 - NoncerPro nVidia Miner 3.3.0 Corrections - Correction to GPU Clocking Profile Groups on Linux - Correction to benchmark of Handshake algorithm for NbMiner and Gminer - Correction to Phoenix Miner algorithms - Correction to main window behavior to prevent it from staying on top - Correction to API reports taking long time to generate due to slow ASIC miner responses - Correction to display of mining software uptime when more than one day - Correction to Task Scheduler setup in environments where the computer name and user name is identical - Improved behavior in case the computer time is being changed - Improved fan speed display for Awesome Miner Antminer firmware with fan check turned off
Awesome miner antminer firmware — Preview versions of Awesome Miner firmware for Antminer S17 (incl. S17 Pro) and T17. The Mining Profiles are not yet available, but the firmware will be feature complete in the near future ASIC mining — The operation to reboot Antminers (via web) can also be launched with the progress dialog to see the result of the reboot operation Features — Recently triggered rules can be displayed via the toolbar Tools -> Rule History — Bulk edit of update interval for External Miners — Dynamic update of the coin property ‘Value in USD’ using web sources Mining software — gminer 1.75 — NbMiner 26.1 — Miniz Miner 1.5s — SrbMiner Multi 0.1.7 beta Changes — Disable buttons for pool operations for the DevFee pools when using the Awesome Miner Antminer firmware, as these pools cannot be modified — Always show password mask characters for the registration code in the Options dialog
Integration — Removed HashRefinery pool as it’s no longer active Mining software — SrbMiner Multi 0.1.6 beta Corrections — Correction to profit switcher for External Miners for a scenario with all pools having negative profitability — Correction to a profit switching scenario when Awesome Miner is launched for the very first time. — Correction to Remote Proxy communication error
Awesome miner antminer firmware — Firmware for Antminer L3 + added ASIC mining — Improved matching of the pools reported by an ASIC miner with the pools defined in Awesome Miner Mining software — XmRig CPU miner 4.6.1
ASIC mining — Increased compatibility for the profit switcher to focus on the 10 most profitable pools when rearranging the pool priorities Mining software — Gminer 1.73, including support for Ethereum mining on Nicehash and Mining Pool Hub — SrbMiner Multi 0.1.5 beta — WildRig Miner 0.20.1 beta — Nanominer 1.6.2 Corrections — Correction to a scenario where user defined pools identical to predefined pools could be incorrectly removed
ASIC mining — Innosilicon A10 support improved Features — Display of average and maximum temperature per group in the Miners tab — Improved compatibility for processing data responses from dynamic updates of coin properties Integration — ProHashing pool — Stex exchange balance — TradeOgre exchange balance — Zergpool pool information to exclude solo mining pools User interface — Clocking Profile selection in the Profit Profile has been improved to make more room for the name of the profile Mining software — gminer 1.71 — Z-enemy miner 2.3 — XmRig CPU miner 4.5.0 beta Correction — Correction to exponential factor for ZClassic coin calculations
Awesome miner antminer firmware — Display of voltage per chain in the ASIC tab of Awesome Miner GPU mining — Benchmarking improved to allow using pools that are defined with a wallet in the Options dialog, Profit switching section, but disabled for the profit switcher — Added additional algorithms Integration — Graviex exchange balance Mining software — CcMiner Zcoin Official 1.3.1 — WildRig Miner 0.20.0.3 beta — SrbMiner Multi made available for the profit switcher Correction — User interface correction to the temperature display in the Summary tab when a miner has a large number of devices
Awesome miner antminer firmware — In addition to the firmware with a mining fee of 2%, another firmware version is made available with a mining fee of 3% where no Awesome Miner license is consumed. This makes it possible to use the 3% mining fee firmware without having to buy Awesome Miner licenses. ASIC mining — The feature to update custom cgminer configuration file properties via SSH will allow a custom path to be specified for the file — Improved compatibility for configuring privileged API access on ASIC miners — Antminer Z11 firmware from June 28th supported GPU mining — Added additional algorithms Features — Exchange balance feature to list your account balance for exchanges like Coinbase, Bittrex and Poloniex. Configurable in the Options dialog, Balance section. Displayed in the Balance tab in the main window. Integration — Mining Pool Hub pool list updated — The new Nicehash platform will be displayed as ‘Nicehash’ instead of ‘NicehashNew’ as it’s the only available platform. User interface — The balance tab in the main window uses sub tabs for Pool balance, Wallet balance and the new Exchange balance feature — Show API identifier in the Properties dialog of Managed Templates — Improved display of decimals for power efficiency in the Information column Mining software — Added mining software: SrbMiner Multi 0.1.4 — Bminer 15.8.7 — CcMiner Zcoin Official 1.3.0 — CpuMiner-Opt 18.104.22.168 — gminer 1.70 — Miniz Miner 1.5r — Nanominer 1.6.1 — NbMiner 26.0, incl. dual mining support — PhoenixMiner 4.7c, incl. dual mining support — T-Rex Miner 0.14.6 — XmRig CPU miner 4.4.0 beta Corrections — Correction to profit switching for dual mining if the profit for Ethereum is negative and no dual mining pools are available — Correction to benchmark of NbMiner