XMR-AEON-STAK 2.4.6 With CryptoNight Support for CPU, AMD and Nvidia GPUs

27 Apr
2018

If you are looking for a CryptoNight miner that supports all kinds of variations of the algorithm as well as one that works on CPU and GPUs, then the XMR-AEON-STAK miner (forked from XMR-Stak) might be your solution. The latest version of the mienr comes with support for all kinfs of CryptoNight coins such as Aeon, Bbscoin, Bitcoal, Croat, Dero, Dinastycoin, Edollar, Electroneum, Fonero, Graft, Haven, Intense, Interplanetary Broadcast Coin, Italocoin, Iridium, Karbo, Leviarcoin, Masari, Monero, Stellite, Sumokoin, Superioir, Turtlecoin, Ultranote… and more.

The miner supports Cryptonight, Cryptonight V7, Cryptonight Heavy, Cryptonight Lite V7 and Cryptonight IPBC V3 and you can mine with it on your CPU, AMD GPU (OpenCL 2.0) or Nvidia GPU (CUDA 9) all in one package. The XMR-AEON-STAK 2.4.6 miner is currently available only with a Windows binary release that comes with 1% developer fee, though if you compile yourself from source you can change that. Originally CryptoNight is doing better on AMD GPUs, so Nvidia miners rarely go for CN coins due to slower performance they get with the algorithm, though there are times when even with Nvidia it is worth mining.

To download the latest XMR-AEON-STAK 2.4.6 CryptoNight CPU and GPU (AMD/Nvidia) miner…



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5 Responses to XMR-AEON-STAK 2.4.6 With CryptoNight Support for CPU, AMD and Nvidia GPUs

XMRmrmrmrmrmrm nope...

April 27th, 2018 at 17:29

Why would you mine a coin that changes its protocol every time there will be new hardware?

A coin that doesn’t trust its own protocol (yeah, XMR) will fail.

What would be next… There comes a v7 XMR ASIC and XMR will fork again…
This means total failure and even no trust from their own devs!

Keep on mining the XMR crap and hold on to you beloved graphic cards ;)

ezaiezaij

April 28th, 2018 at 08:03

because asics are not commiditized like gpus

nono

April 28th, 2018 at 09:20

Cost of developing ASICs is much greater than cost of changing the protocol.
Even one unsold stockpile of useless ASICs will teach you forever not to target that particular coin.
True decentralisation is valuable, if you value other things there are plenty of other coins for you to mine.

Dr_Victor

April 28th, 2018 at 17:20

What can we have on gtx1080ti with this miner?

Snider

May 2nd, 2018 at 04:39

A lot of people, as in most of the Cryptonote based coins fork away from working asic’s so a lot of people believe it. take a look at some of the coins supported by http://www.hashvault.pro most are not on the original algo now

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