Hive OS – A New Linux GPU Mining Platform Gaining Popularity

17 Jul

There are a number of Linux-based mining distributions available out there, but most of them do have some limitation or a drawback or maybe are not very user friendly for non-advanced users. Hive OS is a relatively new Linux based mining platform that is trying to change that and offer a single package for all your GPU and even Bitmain ASIC miners for easy deployment, monitoring and control. The installation of the OS on any AMD or Nvidia GPU mining rig is quick and easy and then you take control from the cloud via a convenient web-based user interface, so no need to remotely login to each system and manage it or monitor it this way. The Hive OS comes with most popular miners for AMD and Nvidia GPUs for many algorithms and they are maintained, though you can add miners yourself as well without the need to compile them yourself from source. The mining platform is ideal for people with more than just a few mining rigs or ASIC miners as it allows you to easily monitor their operation and control them if needed including overclocking or underclocking to optimize them for efficiency or performance.

Hive OS is free to try and use for small miners with up to 3 mining rigs with some limitations, when you go above 3 mining rigs there is a fee of 3$ per mining rig per month that you need to pay in order to continue using the software. The good thing is that you can register and try it for free and if it works for your needs and covers your requirements you can then start deploying it on a large mining farm for example. Do note that there are different clients available for Linux GPU mining rigs, ASIC miners and now there is also even a beta version available for Windows, so you may want to try that as well. The Hive OS ASIC client currently supports Antminer S9, S9i, L3+, L3++, D3, A3, T9+ and Z9-Mini and it needs to be installed via SSH to every single device you want to use with Hive OS. The Linux distribution of Hive OS can be used with a USB flash drive, no need to install it on a hard drive or and SSD. It is a full featured operating system intended for mining, unlike the Hive OS clients for ASICs or for Windows that do need the host operating system already installed and work on top of it.

We also have a special promo fro everyone interested in trying out the Hive OS, a bonus code that will give you $10 USD in your account when you register, the code you need to enter it this one: CMB10USDPROMO. Again, we remind you that the service is free for up to 3 mining rigs, so there is no need to pay anything to just give it a try, but also getting some extra bonus won’t hurt either if you like it and decide to use it.

For more information and to try out the Hive OS Linux GPU mining platform yourself…

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6 Responses to Hive OS – A New Linux GPU Mining Platform Gaining Popularity

Jerald Tom

July 17th, 2018 at 19:54

… and what about ?

We moved all of our rigs from Hive (to minerstat) for several reasons:
– Only “paid” support.
– They force to use their forum to get help with their softwares.
– Awful and slow UI
– They want to support everything to get money but these support to everything killing the whole system. Example: Overclock, what a mess!

minerstat is currently a closed system, i was an old customer at them, now i couldn’t be happier.


July 18th, 2018 at 04:01

Hive is not a fine OS,no root,cosed code,smell dirty.


July 18th, 2018 at 11:27

It has a root, with “user” and password “1”, but it has a bug in api request for a long time, so anyone may change your miner settings.
There are many episodes with changing wallet address.


July 19th, 2018 at 12:50

@Jerald Tom can you inviteme for


July 20th, 2018 at 22:19

How about :) ?

Semy Nordston

October 2nd, 2019 at 10:18

Two bots from Minerstat. Camon guys, it’s looks funny

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