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Mining & Pools / [CPU] JCE Miner Cryptonight/forks, brand new, super fast!
« Last post by James Bond on July 17, 2018, 12:36:23 am »
JCE Cryptonote CPU Miner

Welcome to the Fastest Cryptonote CPU Miner ever!

You can download it from the Mega page here:
Download JCE Miner

Is that a Virus? No!

Like all miners, JCE gets detected as a virus by most Antiviruses, including Windows Defender. But it’s not. Read more about Privacy and Security below.

Is it just yet-another fork of a common miner? No!

You’re not losing your time testing a made-up rip of a common miner, JCE is brand new, using 100% new code.

Are the new Monero-V7, Cryptolight-V7, Cryptonight-Heavy, IPBC, Alloy, MKT and XTL forks supported? Yes!

The --variation parameter let you choose the fork. More details below.


In short, JCE is:

Crazy fast on non-AES 64-bits, usually 35-40% faster than other miners
Compared to other 32-bits miners, still faster on non-AES 32-bits, sometimes beating even the other miners 64-bits versions
And still faster on non-AES 32-bits Cryptonight-Heavy, with usually +50% speed.
Barely faster than the other best on AES 64-bits, beating them by ~1%, +2.8% on V7 fork, +4% on Cryptonight-Heavy
Also a lot faster on AES 32-bits, but it’s a rare case (mostly seen on Intel Atom tablets)
Here’s a benchmark against three other common miners.
The test is fair : run on the exact same Win10 Pro computer, all Huge Pages enabled, no background task, best configuration.

XMRStak means: the released Unified binary from github (not recompiled myself)
XMRig means: the respective best released binary gcc (32-bits) and msvc (64-bits) from github (not recompiled myself)
Claymore means: best Claymore CPU (3.4 for 32-bits, 3.9 for 64-bits)
When not supported, score is zero, if not tested yet, score is ?
Fees are included in the score
Core2 Quad 2.666 GHz 12M, 4 threads, 64-bits, Cryptonight

JCE   XMRStak   XMRig   Claymore
116   80   85   57
Core2 Quad 2.666 GHz 12M, 4 threads, 32-bits, Cryptonight

JCE   XMRStak   XMRig   Claymore
93   0   68   50
Ryzen 1600, 8 threads, 64-bits, Cryptonight

JCE   XMRStak   XMRig   Claymore
506   502   502   443
Ryzen 1600, 8 threads, 32-bits, Cryptonight

JCE   XMRStak   XMRig   Claymore
434   0   327   275
Ryzen 1600, 8 threads, 64-bits, Cryptonight V7

JCE   XMRStak   XMRig   Claymore
503   492   491   ?
Ryzen 1600, 8 threads, 32-bits, Cryptonight V7

JCE   XMRStak   XMRig   Claymore
424   0   320   ?
Core2 Quad 2.666 GHz 12M, 4 threads, 64-bits, Cryptonight Heavy

JCE   XMRStak   XMRig   Claymore
50   33   36   0
Ryzen 1600, 4 threads, 64-bits, Cryptonight Heavy

JCE   XMRStak   XMRig   Claymore
252   169   250   0
Ryzen 1600, 4 threads, 32-bits, Cryptonight Heavy

JCE   XMRStak   XMRig   Claymore
191   0   174   0
Getting started

If you’re new at mining Cryptonight, here’s the simplest way:

Choose the coin to mine, see the list below. The most common is Monero.
Get a wallet, that’s a ~95 character long identifier. If you don’t have one yet, you can create it
Choose a pool to mine on, and its port. For example Pool pool minexmr com and port 4444
Edit the start.bat that’s shipped in the .zip
Change the example POOL by yours
Change the example PORT by yours
Change the example WALLET by yours
You can leave the default password x
(Optional) If your coin is exotic, maybe you also need to change FORK=0 to another number. See the list in the start bat
Run start bat
Basic topics

Q. Is it free (as in beer, as in freedom)?
No and no. It has fees, and is not open source. But the program itself is free to distribute.

Q. How much cost the fees?
Current fees are:

3.0% when using at least one mining thread with non-AES architecture, or 32-bits
1.5% when using only 64-bits AES architecture
The fees are twice higher in non-AES mode and/or 32-bits because JCE offers a huge performance gain here.

Q. Can I avoid fees?
Not really. I plan to offer a paying per-licence-no-fee (pay-once-for-all) version, but it’s a lot more complicated to set up than a fee-based miner.
Also, JCE never takes any fee during the first minute, so if you run it, and kill it after one minute, and repeat again and again, then you’ll never pay any fee, but JCE takes a few seconds to start, and your Pool probably won’t let your reconnect continuously.

Q. Will it work on my computer?
Minimum is Windows Vista 32-bits, or Linux, with a SSE2 capable CPU. 64-bits is faster, prefer it.
For best performance, Large Pages must be enabled, JCE will try to auto-configure them, but it may work or not depending on your Windows version and security configuration.

Q. What currency can I mine? On which pools?
You can mine any coin on any pool.
If your coin is listed, all is automatic.
Run the miner with --coins parameter to get the up-to-date list. Current list is:

Monero (XMR)
Monero-V (XMV)
Electroneum (ETN)
Karbowanec (KRB)
Bytecoin (BCN)
Sumokoin (SUMO)
Bitcoal (COAL)
Bitcedi (BXC)
Dinastycoin (DCY)
Leviarcoin (XLC)
Fonero (FNO)
Turtlecoin (TRTL)
Graft (GRFT)
Dero (DERO)
Stellite (XTL)
UltraNote (XUN)
Intense (INTS)
Crepcoin (CREP)
Pluracoin (PLURA)
Haven (XHV)
FreelaBit (FBF)
BlueberriesCoin (BBC)
B2BCoin (B2B)
Bitsum (BSM)
Masari (MSR)
SuperiorCoin (SUP)
EDollar (EDL)
Interplanetary Broadcast (IPBC)
Alloy (XAO)
BitcoiNote (BTCN)
Elya (ELYA)
Iridium (IRD)
Italo (ITA)
Lines (LNS)
Niobio (NBR)
Ombre (OMB)
Solace (SOL)
Triton (TRIT)
Truckcoin (TRKC)
Qwertycoin (QWC)
Loki (LOK)
Gadcoin (GAD)
MarketCash (MKT)
ArtoCash (RTO)
Nicehash Cryptonight v7
Minergate Cryptonight v7
MiningPoolHub Cryptonight v7
MiningRigRentals Cryptonight v7
Suprnova Cryptonight v7
Otherwise, if your coin is not listed, or your wallet not recognized, use the --any parameter, plus the --variation N parameter, with N the fork number, see list below. The fork detection is automatic on known coins, but manual on unknown coins. The coin list is periodically updated.

Q. Is Nicehash supported?
Yes, see list above. The Nicehash-specific Nonce is then automatically enabled.

Q. Is SSL supported?
Yes, with parameter --ssl

Q. I get only bad shares, what happens?
Your coin has probably forked. Add --variation N parameter, with N as listed below, until you find the one that works.

Q. What if my wallet is not recognized, or as a different coin?
Some coins use a wallet syntax so close that they’re hard to differenciate, like Lines and Loki. If JCE fails to detect the coin, force it with --any --variation N (with N as listed below) and let the miner run. It will still display the wrong coin but mine the good one. And of course proof-check pool side that you correctly get the shares.

Q. Is there a HTTP server to monitor the miner?
Modern pools provide all you need to monitor your miners (average hashrate, worker-id…). Monitoring is now a pool’s job. Still, a minimal HTTP Json server is available with parameter --mport P (P the port number) to ease integration of JCE into mining tools, but not intended for human reading. Forager was the first tool to integrate JCE, take a look!
For more compatibility, with extra parameter --stakjson, the JSON will be in XMR-Stak format.

Advanced topics

Q. Are there requirements or dependencies?
No. JCE is just a big standalone executable.

Q. Is there a Linux version?
Yes, starting from version 0.29

Q. Is there a GPU version?
Not yet.

Q. Is there a 32-bits version?
Yes, both 32 and 64 are always in the same release, for both Linux and Windows.

Q. How many threads can I setup?
Maximum is 64 threads on 64 CPUs.

Q. Do I get a discount on fees if I use SSL?
I’m not Claymore.

Q. What is that value logged when I find a share?
The amount of hashes your pool will credit you. This is not the amount of crypto-coins.

Q. How is developed JCE?
The network and stratum handling is C++14, and the mining algos are assembly (to be precise, GNU Extended Assembly). Hence the speed increase.

Q. Can I plug it to a stratum proxy?
No, it must mine on a real pool on Internet.

Q. Is it really new? It looks familiar to me…
Yes it is. But it reuses, on purpose, some de-facto conventions from other common miners, like a XMRStak-style cpu configuration, and the colors of Claymore (green=share, red=error, blue=hashrate, yellow=status).

Q. How is the hashrate calculated?
That’s the average speed of the last 512 hashes (not shares found, computed hashes), rounded at 0.01. And it’s fair, the displayed number has no tweak, and includes the fees. The total is first summed from exact per-thread values, then rounded (said differently, it’s a rounded sum, not sum of rounded).

Q. Can I get a long-time speed average?
Better look at your pool’s reports, but JCE also gives the average effective net hashrate when pressing R. It’s usually slightly lower than the physical hashrate because of outdated shares and fees.

Q. Can I do multi-pool auto-switch in case of failure? Or periodically?
Not directly, but the -q and/or the --autoclose parameters, with the help of a simple .bat, can do the job. The .zip comes with an example, open and edit it to match your needs.

Q. What if the Architecture codename is wrong (e.g. my CoffeLake is detected as Core2)?
It may be because of an option in your BIOS Max CPUID or the microcode is not up-to-date. However the codename displayed is mostly cosmetical and JCE will still choose the good assembly based on your CPU instruction set. If a normally available instruction set is missing (e.g. your Westmere has no AES) again, that’s to be unlocked in your BIOS.

Q. Can I mix architectures when mining (i.e. thread 1 uses core2, thread 2 uses pentium4)?
It sounds strange, but yes. However, that’s mostly useful for tests.

Q. Can I mix coins when mining (i.e. thread 1 mines XMR, thread 2 mines ETN)?

Q. Can I mix simple-hash and multi-hash?
Yes, and it’s a very common case when mining TurtleCoin or IPBC.

Q. What is “use_cache”:false useful for?
The no-cache mode means the cache is mostly bypassed, depending on your hardware. When using a lot of cache but few cores (typically when mining Cryptonight-Heavy) assigning unused physical cores to no-cache mining can give you a few extra h/s for free. However mixing cache and no-cache of logical CPUs of the same physical core causes terrible performance.

Q. What a great job! Can I make a donation?
Thanks bro. You can, with the --donate parameter which raise the fees to 80%, or by sending coins to the donation wallet (the one in the start.bat file included).

Mining & Pools / MultiPool, MultiAlgo, autoexchange, 0.25%
« Last post by asicpool.org on July 16, 2018, 10:54:11 am »
Welcome to the newest multi mining pool MULTI.ASICPOOL.ORG

We present you our multi mining pool that is based on yiimp and designed for ASIC miners. Pool has autoexchange in BTC, scrypt algorithms, prompt support, frequent payouts. Cryptocurrency Mining Calculators & Profitability Calculators.
No registration is required, we do payouts in the currency you mine. Use your wallet address as the username.

You can vote on our discord chanel what coins do you want to mine and we will add them to the pool.

Looking forward for your feedback!
Happy mining.

URL: http://multi.asicpool.org
DISCORD: https://discord.gg/EbQrmf2
FEE: 0.25%
Server location: OVH France
API: http://multi.asicpool.org/site/api


- Scrypt ( All Coin tested and ready to use )
- SHA256 (Coming Soon)
- Blake(2b) (Coming Soon)

Coins: #BitcoinFast ($BCF), #Worldcoin ($WDC), #Trollcoin 2.0 ($TROLL), #CanadaeCoin ($CDN), #SagaCoin ($SAGA), #HempCoin ($THC), #Sexcoin ($SXC), #Einsteinium ($EMC2), #Adcoin ($ACC), #Argentum ($ARG), #GameCredits ($GAME), #PakCoin ($PAK), #Megacoin ($MEC), #Digibyte ($DGB), #GoldCoin ($GLD), #TittieCoin ($TTC), #Florincoin ($FLO), #LiteBar ($LTB), #Novacoin ($NVC), #Bitmark ($MARKS), #Bata ($BTA)


BitcoinFast (BCF) - scrypt algorithm

URL POOL: stratum+tcp://multi.asicpool.org:10004
Username: your BCF wallet
Password: c=BCF

Worldcoin (WDC)   - scrypt algorithm

URL POOL: stratum+tcp://multi.asicpool.org:10020
Username: your WDC wallet
Password: c=WDC

Trollcoin 2.0 (TROLL) - scrypt algorithm

URL POOL: stratum+tcp://multi.asicpool.org:10023
Username: your TROLL wallet
Password: c=TROLL

Canada eCoin (CDN) - scrypt algorithm   

URL POOL: stratum+tcp://multi.asicpool.org:10008
Username: your CDN wallet
Password: c=CDN

SagaCoin (SAGA)   - scrypt algorithm

URL POOL: stratum+tcp://multi.asicpool.org:10009
Username: your SAGA wallet
Password: c=SAGA

HempCoin (THC)   - scrypt algorithm

URL POOL: stratum+tcp://multi.asicpool.org:10007
Username: your THC wallet
Password: c=THC

Sexcoin (SXC) - scrypt algorithm

URL POOL: stratum+tcp://multi.asicpool.org:10017
Username: your SXC wallet
Password: c=SXC

Einsteinium (EMC2) - scrypt algorithm

URL POOL: stratum+tcp://multi.asicpool.org:10027
Username: your EMC2 wallet
Password: c=EMC2

Adcoin (ACC) - scrypt algorithm

URL POOL: stratum+tcp://multi.asicpool.org:10001
Username: your ACC wallet
Password: c=ACC

Argentum (ARG) - scrypt algorithm

URL POOL: stratum+tcp://multi.asicpool.org:10014
Username: your ARG wallet
Password: c=ARG

GameCredits (GAME) - scrypt algorithm

URL POOL: stratum+tcp://multi.asicpool.org:10013
Username: your GAME wallet
Password: c=GAME

PakCoin (PAK) - scrypt algorithm

URL POOL: stratum+tcp://multi.asicpool.org:10019
Username: your PAK wallet
Password: c=PAK

Megacoin (MEC) - scrypt algorithm

URL POOL: stratum+tcp://multi.asicpool.org:10005
Username: your MEC wallet
Password: c=MEC

Digibyte (DGB) - scrypt algorithm

URL POOL: stratum+tcp://multi.asicpool.org:10010
Username: your DGB wallet
Password: c=DGB

GoldCoin (GLD) - scrypt algorithm

URL POOL: stratum+tcp://multi.asicpool.org:10021
Username: your GLD wallet
Password: c=GLD

TittieCoin (TTC) - scrypt algorithm

URL POOL: stratum+tcp://multi.asicpool.org:10026
Username: your TTC wallet
Password: c=TTC

Florincoin (FLO) - scrypt algorithm

URL POOL: stratum+tcp://multi.asicpool.org:10006
Username: your FLO wallet
Password: c=FLO

LiteBar (LTB) - scrypt algorithm

URL POOL: stratum+tcp://multi.asicpool.org:10025
Username: your LTB wallet
Password: c=LTB

Novacoin (NVC) - scrypt algorithm

URL POOL: stratum+tcp://multi.asicpool.org:10028
Username: your NVC wallet
Password: c=NVC

Bitmark (MARKS) - scrypt algorithm

URL POOL: stratum+tcp://multi.asicpool.org:10002
Username: your MARKS wallet
Password: c=MARKS

Bata (BTA) - scrypt algorithm

URL POOL: stratum+tcp://multi.asicpool.org:10003
Username: your BTA wallet
Password: c=BTA
The Break Room / Re: [MUSIC] What Are You Listening to at the Moment?
« Last post by Aurophilicity on July 14, 2018, 02:32:46 pm »
These things will happen to you if you don't hodl GLD:

Look at my GoldCoin: she's leavin'.  ;D
Marketplace / Painting Orcas
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Acrylic painting Orcas

Asking $90.00 plus shipping and handling fees.

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Acrylic painting I did called Worried Blues

Price: $90.00 plus shipping and handling fees

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The Break Room / Re: Forum is slow?
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Well, let's see...  :)
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