ccMiner Enemy 1.03 fork for Raven (RVN) Mining Now Available

4 Mar

Raven (RVN) is an interesting coin that has been under the radar for many people up until recently when it got hyped and the interest in it has grown seriously in the past days. Initially the coin was only CPU mineable, then a ccMiner version with support for the X16r algorithm used by the coin was introduced for Nvidia miners by tpruvot however that miner has been a bit troublesome for many users due to power spikes and mining systems rebooting, so people had to reduce TDP or downclock and suffer performance loss in order to mine stable. Fortunately there is a new improved miner available now – ccMiner Enemy 1.03 that offers better performance and more stable mining with higher TDP and clocks (still depending on your hardware).

The ccMiner Enemy 1.03 fork for Raven (RVN) mining is available only as a 32-bit Windows binary for the moment and is compiled for CUDA 8, it supports the X16r algorithm used by RVN as well as X17. For better performance the latest 390.xx drivers from Nvidia are recommended, so make sure you are up to date. If you are mining Raven (RVN) or had plans to do so, but were set back by the problems from the initial miner you should definitely try the new release as it should handle much better. AMD miners are still unable to mine Raven as there is no compatible X16r miner available yet, though there is a substantial bounty for anyone willing to make one.

To download and try the new ccMiner Enemy 1.03 fork for Raven (RVN) mining on Nvidia GPUs…

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9 Responses to ccMiner Enemy 1.03 fork for Raven (RVN) Mining Now Available


March 5th, 2018 at 01:34

Beware of potential malware (github source is not the same as actual software)


March 5th, 2018 at 01:53

what ieojza said


March 5th, 2018 at 03:53

From the discord:

attention @everyone re. the new “enemy” miner. it has been brought to my attention that while sandboxing the miner to look for vulnerabilities or the like, that at exactly 10 minutes in, the miner makes a call out, and then crashes. we have not been able to determine what exactly the miner is trying to call to, but do be aware of this development


March 5th, 2018 at 10:31

It is a binary only release, Enemy mentioned that the source on the git is not the actual one of the miner.

As usual threat binary only releases with caution and run them only on mining rigs, not on systems with sensitive data such as wallets.


March 6th, 2018 at 00:59

beware of the malware, at least is what the guys of cryptologism said

The Rose

March 7th, 2018 at 11:21

Don’t download binaries from unknown sources, maybe there is a good reason it’s no longer on github.


March 23rd, 2018 at 22:19

Check Bitcointalk to get legit sources for the miners


April 3rd, 2018 at 01:52

Why is it still on SMOS then?


May 22nd, 2018 at 17:34

I don’t see a big difference between Nevermore and Enemy, maybe 5% increase for enemy. Tested on Virtopias pool @

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