New Higher Performance 64-bit Heavycoin CPU Miner Available

13 Mar
2014

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There is now a new Heavycoin (HVC) cpuminer available compiled for 64-bit systems that offers increased performance with up to about 30% than the previously available miner. This version of the miner has been compiled from the source code of the 1GH pool modified miner, they don’t yet have it available as a binary on their HVC pool. We have tested it and it indeed works better and offers higher performance (depends on the CPU used), so if you are mining the Heavycoin crypto, then you should update your miners. Note that there are some people that claim to have already working GPU miners for HVC, be wary of such people asking you to pay for the miner with crypto as it is most likely a scam! There is currently no GPU miner available for Heavycoin and though it might be possible for such, none is available for the moment at least. Meanwhile you can update your CPU miner to get some extra boost in the hasrate you are already getting from your miners. Also note that the current reward per block for HVC has been increased to 861 for the moment from the previous award of 657 HVC per block, so you will be mining more coins because of that as well.

Download the 64-bit optimized cpuminer for Heavycoin (HVC) mining on Windows here…



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7 Responses to New Higher Performance 64-bit Heavycoin CPU Miner Available

Nim

March 14th, 2014 at 03:44

All the heavycoin pools seem to have their own miner. What pool am I to use this with?

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Matt

March 14th, 2014 at 05:25

This CPU miner is amazing…you are literally throwing money away if you are not using it. I am using it at 1GH.com and it works great. I am also seeing a 30% increase in hashrate on the 6 computers I am using it on. Thank you!

admin

March 14th, 2014 at 11:51

We are using the miner at the 1GH pool, not sure if it will work with other pools though.

Uros

March 14th, 2014 at 12:32

It is possible to set how many threads are used for mining?

admin

March 14th, 2014 at 13:24

Uros, by default the miner will use all of the available CPU cores, but you can set the number of threads to be used by adding “-t x” (without the quotes) to the command line for starting the miner where X is the number of threads, for example -t 1 would only start up a single thread.

Uros

March 14th, 2014 at 13:41

Thanks!

miningpoolhub

March 25th, 2014 at 15:19

Our pool is compatible with other heavycoin CPU/GPU miner.

http://heavycoin.miningpoolhub.com

1gh is eating up most of hashes, so spreading to other pools will be much better for heavycoin network.

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