A stable mining operating system based on linux that allows you to manage and monitor your mining rigs based on AMD and NVIDIA video cards with ease. Easy installation and setup, as well as intuitive user interface allow even beginners to configure the system in the shortest possible time. You can overclock your video cards, create GPU and CPU mining tasks and get personalized notifications via telegram with our OS for mining. Management of hundreds rigs at the same time, global hash rate monitoring, built-in watchdog and a lot of other features will help you to increase your income!Get Started
⛏ Gminer v2.53 (fixed miner crashes on DAG changes for ETH+ZIL mining; fixed DAG caching on 6GB cards)
⛏ PhoenixMiner v5.6a (added native kernels for AMD RX6700 cards; added new command-line parameters -ttj and -ttmem, allowing automatic fan speed control based on GPU hotspot (junction), and memory temperatures respectively; added new command-line parameters -tmaxj and -tmaxmem, allowing to decrease the GPU usage when the GPU hotspot (junction), or GPU memory temperatures are above the specified thresholds; increased the max supported DAG epoch to 550; turned off the zero fan feature on AMD cards whenever a fixed fan speed is used)
⛏ SRBMiner-Multi v0.7.3 (small improvement on cryptonight_xhv algorithm for some GPUs; fixed --gpu-off-temperature parameter; fixed bugs with 'dual' mining ZIL + any other algorithm; removed parameters --gpu-target-temperature and --gpu-target-fan-speed - use external application instead; minor bug fixes)
⛏ lolMiner v1.26 (slightly improved performance of Ethash on Pascal / Turing & Ampere GPUs, about +0.1 - 0.2 mh per card; further reduced internal latency in Ethash CUDA backend = less stale shares & CPU load; added experimental Grin-C32 kernel for Radeon 6700; fixed bugs: CUDA backend to crash with a segfault on Epoch change which introduced in v1.25, some (rare) potential faults in Beam stratum)
⛏ XMRig v6.11.2 (fixed regression in HTTP parser)
⛏ Gminer v2.51 (significant CPU usage reduction (up to 5x); fixed bug with AE mining (appeared in 2.50); fixed bug with worker name (appeared in 2.50))
⛏ T-Rex v0.20.0 (Remove old and rarely used algorithms (x25x, x16r, etc); Combine all CUDA builds into a single binary; (UI) Display maximum share difficulty if --validate-shares is set; Fixed: --script-epoch-change fails to execute the script when switching to ZIL session when dual mining ETH+ZIL; Fixed: (API) Inconsistent GPU ordering in API when --pci-indexing is set; Fixed: Various stability issues)
⛏ NanoMiner v3.3.4 (faster dataset creation for Ergo on AMD RX 4xx and 5xx series)
⛏ Bminer v16.4.6 (improved performance for Conflux mining on the Turing / Ampere architecture; improved energy efficiency for Ethereum on the Polaris architecture)
⛏ SRBMiner-MULTI v0.7.2 (Added algorithm 'heavyhash' (oBTC - Optical Bitcoin) for GPU mining, fee 2.5%; Dataset creation for 'autolykos2' algorithm on 'ellesmere' GPU's faster ~3%; DevFee for 'verthash' algorithm lowered to 1%; Parameter '--disable-workers-ramp-up' changed back to '--enable-workers-ramp-up', so default value of ramp-up is now disabled; Api doesn't report 0 h/s anymore while creating dataset for 'autolykos2' algorithm; Added parameter '--max-no-submit-responses' (for details check --help ); Minor bug fixes)
⛏ XMRig v6.11.1 (optimized cn-heavy algorithm; fixed mining job creation sequence)
⛏ NanoMiner v3.3.3 (faster dataset creation for Ergo coin/autolykos2 algo; added zombie mode for Ergo on 2 Gb GPUs both Nvidia and AMD; fixed issues with shardpool on Zilliqa)
⛏ GMiner v2.50 (improved beamhash performance (~+2%); improved cuckatoo32 performance (~+5%); added display of GPU model in statistics table; added --worker parameter to specify worker name for ETH pools thats doesn't support wallet.worker notation; added option to display date in log (--log_date); added option to log stratum (--log_stratum); display epoch and block number on new job; updated Web UI for --api; uses --proto stratum for NiceHash by default; removed algorithms: VDS, BFC; bug fixes and stability improvements)
⛏ lolMiner 1.25 (Added a real Cuda back-end for better Nvidia GPU support on Ethash; Supports Maxwell to Ampere GPU generations; Two different mining kernels. Use --mode a (faster) --mode b (better energy efficiency) to select between the two. The selection can be done per card via a comma separated list. In mixed system select 'a' for skipping over the AMD cards. Both kernel modes need less energy and perform better then in 1.24a; Reduced internal latency for less stale shares; Reduced CPU load when mining with Nvidia cards; lolMiner works now without OpenCL driver installed; In case of mixed rigs AMD GPUs will use OpenCL while Nvidia cards use Cuda; ZIL cache feature fully supported (and stable); Temperature stop & Zombie mode is currently not supported; Added Ethash, Beam Hash III & Cortex kernels for RX 6700; The Ethash stratum interface will now try to run up to three attempts of reconnecting before switching the stratum mode; Fixed "Warning: index out of bounds" error when switching from ETHPROXY to ETHV1 stratum mode. This might solve problems with some pools on connection loss)
Track GPU errors, hashrates, onlineoffline statuses, power consumption, overclocking and much more from a single dashboard! You will get remote access to your farm from anywhere worldwide. Remote reboot, troubleshoot or SSH access via our integrated web shell of any rig or group of rigs in your farm is not a problem now.
No matter where you are, using MinerOs control panel you can get full access to all the parameters of each rig. You can change the config in bulk, adjust the acceleration or watch hash rate and profit in real-time.
As long as you're not watching your rigs, there's a built-in watchdog to control them. It analyzes various indicators of the system and can reboot or restart rigs if the hash rate has fallen below the permitted level or the temperature has become too high. The built-in Telegram Bot will send you a notification about the problem.
Mining is supported by processors. Ability to change processors' tasks without affecting GPU tasks. Support of hardware watchdogs. Support of AMD/Nvidia mixed rigs. Small OS size is suitable for cheap USB flash drives.
Our system can determine what is more profitable and switch tasks according to your settings, without human intervention. Read more about this feature in our article.
Use your personal link in the control panel to attract referrals and get 12% or more of their costs on your personal account. You can use the funds to top up your balance in the system or to withdraw to bitcoin.
Free for home miners! The lowest service cost in the industry. Check out the price list here.