Gminer is a well-known miner that is in demand in the community. Its main advantage is the support of many algorithms and, accordingly, cryptocurrencies. We are talking about Aeternity, Ethereum, Beam, Grin, ZelCash, BitcoinZ and even Nervos CKB, whose network hashrate recently flew up. We tell you how to properly configure the miner and start working with it. Gminer is a miner with support for many mining algorithms. The program is suitable for video cards from Nvidia and AMD, however, preference is still given first.
Gminer developers charge a percentage for using their product, and there is nothing strange about it. The commissions for the algorithms are different. For Ethash, which runs Ethereum and Ethereum Classic, the commission is 0.65 percent. For Cuckaroom29, it is 3 percent, for Cortex – 5 percent, and so on.
Ethash (Nvidia only)
ProgPoW (Nvidia only)
KAWPOW (Ravencoin and Nvidia only)
Ethash + Eaglesong (Nvidia only)
Ethash + Blake2s (Nvidia only)
Eaglesong (Nvidia and AMD)
Blake2b + Sha3 (Nvidia only)
Cuckarood29 / Cuckaroom29 (Grin and Nvidia only)
Cuckatoo31 (Grin and Nvidia only)
Cuckatoo32 (Grin and Nvidia only)
Cuckoo29 (Aeternity for Nvidia and AMD)
CryptoNightBBC (Nvidia only)
BFC (Nvidia and AMD)
Cortex (Nvidia only)
Cuckaroo29s (Nvidia and AMD)
Cuckarood29v (MoneroV for Nvidia)
Blake2s (Nvidia and AMD)
Eaglesong (Nervos CKB for Nvidia and AMD)
Equihash 96.5 (Nvidia only)
Equihash + Scrypt (for Nvidia)
Equihash 125.4 (ZelCash and Nvidia only)
Equihash 144.5 (Bitcoin Gold, BitcoinZ and ZelCash for Nvidia and AMD)
Beam Hash (BEAM for Nvidia and AMD)
Equihash 192.7 (Nvidia and AMD)
Equihash 210,9 (Nvidia).
Cuckaroo29 — 3.8 GB;
Cuckatoo31 — 7.68 GB;
Cuckoo29 — 3.8 GB;
Equihash 96.5 — 0.75 GB;
Equihash 144.5 — 1.75 GB;
Beam Hash – 2.9 GB;
Equihash 192.7 — 2.75 GB;
Equihash 210.9 — 1 GB.
How to set up Gminer for mining
Let’s show an example of setting up Gminer for mining Bitcoin Gold on a 2Miners pool. The text below is the correct content of the file.