Posts Tagged ‘QCN


The Claymore GPU miner for CryptoNight crypto coins is designed to be used on AMD-based video cards, especially for the latest generations such as Radeon 280X and 7970. Do note that this miner is available only as a Windows binary and there is no source code that you can compile yourself, so you need to use the version compiled by the author of the miner software and it is only available for 64-bit Windows, no Linux support is available. Also note that the software has 5% developer fee built into the miner software, meaning that it will mine in a developer preset pool for 1 round out of 20. The software supports failover pools and you can also set the specific GPU id if you do not want to use all of the available video cards to mine with it. We have tested the latest version 3.4 of the miner on a Radeon R9 280X GPU and are getting about 390 H/s in terms of hashrate.


QuazarCoin (QCN) is the new generation of cryptocurrency which is based on the CryptoNote protocol and uses the CryptoNight algorithm. The CryptoNight algorithm is the most democratic today, fully ASIC-resistant and only CPU-mineable. QuazarCoin was launched May 8, 2014 after discussion in the community, without premine or instamine. QuazarCoin protects your data and privacy through unlinkable transactions with ring signatures. The main concern of QuazarCoin is usability optimization.


Block Explorer:

Coin Specifications

  • CryptoNight Algorithm
  • Total coins supply: ~18,446,744 QCN
  • Flatter emission curve; 50% QCN will be emitted in 6 years
  • Block reward decreases according to the formula (264 – 1 – A)*2-21*10-12 where A = supply mined to date
  • 120 sec blocks
  • Confirmations: 60
  • Difficulty retargets every block

Mac OS

Source Code:
at GitHub

– RPC Port: 23081
– P2P Port: 23080

Mining Pools:

Coin Exchanges: