New z-enemy-1.05a Closed Source Ravencoin (RVN) Nvidia GPU Miner

11 Apr

You have probably noticed that there are a lot of miners lately for the Ravencoin (RVN) X16r mining algorithm and it is hard to keep a track of them all and also to compare the difference in performance because of the rotating algorithms. With Enemy’s closed source fork of ccminer being one of the fastest out there, though there are already a lot of open source alternatives available that we have already covered. There is however a new miner from Enemy – z-enemy-1.05a, that is no longer forked from ccminer, though it is still closed source, it is worth checking out if you are fine whit closed source miners. The new zealot/enemy 1.05a miner for Ravencoin (RVN) currently supports only the X16r mining algorithm and has a developer fee of 1% built-in, it is available for both Windows and Linux operating systems. Te latest Enemy 1.03a and 1.04a versions are based off ccminer and they do have built-in support for the X16S mining algorithms as well, so you might want to use these for Pigeoncoin (PGN) mining if you are interested. Below you can find the latest official miners and download links for the different Enemy miners for Ravencoin (RVN) with the changes they bring as posted by Enemy. Do note that all of these miners are for Nvidia GPU mining rigs only and are based on CUDA, they will not work on AMD OpenCL hardware.

Enemy 1-03a Fixed bug shavite skip block – native, +x16s, no imp.
Cuda 8.0 Linux (z-enemy-1.05a) Fix pool + min imp.
Cuda 9.1 Linux (z-enemy-1.05a) Fix pool switch + min imp.
Cuda 8.0 Windows x32 (enemy-1.04a) Fix pools switch + support 11+ card+ add support x16s (Pigeon)
Cuda 9.1 Windows x32 (z-enemy-1.05a) Fix pool switch

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4 Responses to New z-enemy-1.05a Closed Source Ravencoin (RVN) Nvidia GPU Miner


April 11th, 2018 at 18:54

Thanks for sharing the news!
Glad to see the blog active daily


April 14th, 2018 at 03:45

This is a fraud miner. It”s an exact copy of the Nevermore miner but with changes (only) to the dev donation address and the console output/screen messages. You can compare the source code on github yourself. Anytime the Nevermore miner is updated, the “developer of Ravencoin Miner takes the entire source of Nevermore, applies his changes to the dev donation address and screen console messages, then uploads to the “updated source code and compiled binaries to github. While this is technically allowed via the GPL license that ccminer and Nevermore are based off of, it is unethical because people who are not familiar with RVN miner development are unaware the “developer has done nothing to improve the kernel hash algorithms or advance RVN mining technology. Please do not give this miner publicity.


April 14th, 2018 at 09:04

You are probably talking about RavenMiner and not Enemy’s miner(s) as it is closed source and is not an exact copy of the Nevermore miner for sure…


April 15th, 2018 at 00:45

Enemy’s program is a few megabytes. It is clearly not a pile of crap huge bloated program such as ccminer truvot etc

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