CryptoDredge is highly optimized cryptocurrency miner for Nvidia GPUs. It is available for both Linux mining OS and Windows mining. Beside using different optimization techniques for increasing the hashrate, CryptoDredge team also focuses on providing a stable power consumption. CryptoDredge support various algorithms: Allium, BCD, BitCore, C11, CryptoLightV7, CryptoNightFast, CryptoNightFastV2, CryptoNightGPU, CryptoNightHaven, CryptoNightHeavy, CryptoNightSaber, CryptoNightSuperFast, CryptoNightTurtle, CryptoNightV7, CryptoNightV8, Cuckaroo29, CuckooCycle, Dedal, HMQ1725, Lyra2REv3, Lyra2vc0ban, Lyra2z, Lyra2zz, MTP, NeoScrypt, PHI1612, Phi2, Pipe, Skunkhash, Tribus, X16R, X16RT, X16S, X17, X21S, and X22i. The dev fee for mining with CryptoDredge is 2% for MTP algorithm and 1% for all other algorithms.
In this guide we will show you how to set up CryptoDredge for mining RVN. The same procedure can be used for other coins and multi-algo pools.
Open address editor and save the pool and wallet for mining RVN. In this case, we will save RVN pool under (POOL:RVN) tag and RVN wallet under (WALLET:RVN) tag.
Open worker's config and select CRYPTODREDGE as a default mining client.
Update the mining client's configuration so that it will be defined as:
The tags will be automatically replaced with the values you have entered in the address editor. (WORKER) tag will be automatically replaced with the worker's name. Please note that CryptoDredge uses algorithm parameter so when you change the config, you will need to appropriately update the
-algo parameter as well. Possible values are:
There are some other useful parameters you can use in the CryptoDredge's config - you can find all of them on its official Bitcointalk thread.
Save changes and wait for mining client to restart. You are now mining RVN with CryptoDredge. Note that if you will update your AMD worker with CryptoDredge's config, the settings won't be saved as CryptoDredge only support Nvidia GPUs.
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