CryptoDredge is a relatively new Nvidia GPU miner that we are using mostly for its great Lyra2REv2 performance, though the miner also supports a number of other mining algorithms with good performance as well. The just released latest version of the software CryptoDredge 0.7.0 comes with just some improvements and fixes, but more importantly there is now a Linux binary available and not only a Windows one. We need to remind you that CryptoDredge is a closed source miner that comes with 1% built-in developer fee, so there is no source code and only binary releases available that you can use. Feel free to compare performance o Windows and Linux versions of the miner and report your results in the comments below.

To download and try the latest CryptoDredge 0.7.0 Nvidia GPU miner for Linux and Windows…

The NebuTech BTMiner is the first Nvidia GPU miner for Bytom (BTM) and although the early versions were a bit problematic it is pretty stable now. Last month Bminer 9.0.0 got BTM support and it was faster in terms of hashrate, but the latest version of BTMiner NebuTech v5.1 is the fastest once more leaving the Antminer B3 Bytom ASIC miners in the dust in terms of performance. The Antminer B3 ASIC miner currently probably does just about half the hashrate of a single GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GPU. Unfortunately while the hashrate of Bytom (BTM) is increasing the price of the coins seems to be going down slowly at the moment. Then there is also the problem with the fact that there are BTM tokens as well as BTM coins and this also creates some confusion among users where and how to trade the different crypto assets.

To download the latest NebuTech BTMiner Bytom Nvidia GPU Miner v5.1 for Windows/Linux…

We are pretty conservative as far as ICOs go, based on our previous experiences, so we don’t often talk about Initial Coin Offerings, but we live to point out that the JSEcoin ICO is now live. It is a project that we have been following for almost a year now and we can say that we like the idea and what we have seen so far. Going for an ICO with an actual working platform and product that makes sense is the way we want to see things happen as this is the right way to convince your audience and not just go with empty promises. The price of a single JSEcoin is currently estimated to about $0.006 USD in the ICO at the moment and a the current pricing 1 ETH = 75000 JSE + 10% early bird bonus.

So if you still haven’t checked JSEcoin out, then you might want to give it a go. Even if you are not interested in the currently running ICO to purchase JSE coins, you can just self mine them or use the web miner on your blog or a web site, so that visitors will mine for you. Unlike some other web-based miners such as the ones for Cryptonight the JSEcoin miner is not as heavy and demanding to actually make the visitor’s computer laggy and unresponsive because of the mining. There is also an opt-in system in place, so that visitors are being informed about the mining and they need to confirm they agree to share their computational resources when visiting a website with the JSEcoin miner installed.

For more information about the JSEcoin project and to give it a try yourself…

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