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The Axiom crypto coin is a new altcoin that has generated quite some attention in the last few days with one of the main reasons behind it being the fact that the Axiom algorithm has been added to NiceHash/WestHash. The coin is originally intended to be CPU mined and the latest release of the cpuminer-multi miner from tpruvot has added support for that algorithm, but there is already a more optimized fork available from NiceHash. So if you want to get the most performance of your CPU you might want to download the cpuminer-multi fork from the NiceHash repo on GitHub, there is also a simple and easy NiceHash Axiom CPU Miner Launcher available to simplify the use of the miner that also integrates your profit statistics. So if you are interested in the Axiom mining you might want to check out the optimized cpuminer-multi fork and the launcher, do note that there are mining pools available where you can directly mine Axiom and the coin is already being traded on Bittrex and C-Cex along with a few other smaller altocoin exchanges. Currently the Axiom coin looks like a nice altcoin to mine and sell or to sell your hashrate directly for BTC bringing nice profit for CPU mining, but we’ll have to see how things will work out on the long term, so you might want to be more careful if you want to stack on coins.
There is a new version of the Miner Control KBomba Edition software (source) and you can download the compiled package for Windows from the link below. The latest version of the software for automatic mining pool profit switching comes with some improved support for YAAMP clones, also support for pools that are no longer available have been removed including WestHash as it is now essentially the same as NiceHash. You can now also have multiple manual entries for pools in the config file with fixed settings for the price set by you in order to get their profitability calculated. The most notable new feature however is the added visual representation of the price history in a visual chart. The official release you can download below comes with a sample configuration file, but no miners are included, so you will first need to configure it for your mining hardware and pools in order to be able to use it.
We have compiled a windows binary from the latest source code of the Miner Control KBomba Edition (source) and you can download the package from the link below. The latest version of the software for automatic mining pool profit switching comes with some fixes and support for YAAMP clones, also support for pools that are no longer available have been removed. You can now also have multiple manual entries for pools in the config file with fixed settings for the price set by you in order to get their profitability calculated. We are going to be updating our ready made for use packages based on the Miner Control tool with this version soon, meanwhile you can play with its new features. The release you can download below is with the example test miner (not really mining anything) and a sample configuration file.