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xmrig/README.md

XMRig

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XMRig is a high performance, open source, cross platform RandomX, KawPow, CryptoNight, AstroBWT and GhostRider unified CPU/GPU miner and RandomX benchmark. Official binaries are available for Windows, Linux, macOS and FreeBSD.

Mining backends

  • CPU (x64/ARMv7/ARMv8)
  • OpenCL for AMD GPUs.
  • CUDA for NVIDIA GPUs via external CUDA plugin.

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Usage

The preferred way to configure the miner is the JSON config file as it is more flexible and human friendly. The command line interface does not cover all features, such as mining profiles for different algorithms. Important options can be changed during runtime without miner restart by editing the config file or executing API calls.

  • Wizard helps you create initial configuration for the miner.
  • Workers helps manage your miners via HTTP API.

Donations

  • Default donation 1% (1 minute in 100 minutes) can be increased via option donate-level or disabled in source code.
  • XMR: 48edfHu7V9Z84YzzMa6fUueoELZ9ZRXq9VetWzYGzKt52XU5xvqgzYnDK9URnRoJMk1j8nLwEVsaSWJ4fhdUyZijBGUicoD

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    RandomX, KawPow, CryptoNight and GhostRider unified CPU/GPU miner and RandomX benchmark

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  2. xmrig-proxy Public

    Monero (XMR) Stratum protocol proxy

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  3. xmrig-cuda Public

    NVIDIA CUDA plugin for XMRig miner

    C++ 260 150

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