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  1. Allow Sha256d ASICS Disallow Neoscrypt ASICS. This way GPU miners are not at a disadvantage. (Except Watt per hash, but that is a choice the person makes imo.) The difficulty between both bitstreams even eachother out.
  2. either, not ether ? as in one or the other. You don't know HiveOS? It's currently the best allround mining OS on the market. (free for 3 first rigs/asics). Untill SQRL launches their platform: http://squirrelsresearch.com/ As for the config and bat files, the code is right here in the thread for anyone to see. And I did not include my own wallet address where I could have. The gatelessgate fork from sgminer is the only miner as far I've seen for mining Xaya with AMD that is fully functioning. It shows the hashrates, the block, difficulty, and if you use the standalone daemon you can see them communicate with each other. I bought me a bunch of books that in one way or the other relate to blockchain, mining, coding/scrypting etc. So while I'm learning and testing, I might aswell share the fruits of my labour ?
  3. it's in the hiveOS repo, (getalessgate) but that one won't have the Xaya settings though. https://github.com/minershive/hiveos-win/tree/master/hive/sgminer/gatelessgate Although i think most people should be able to copy paste the code from the first post and shoe-horn it in UPDATE: follow the github link above and download these: kernel gatelessgate-0.1.3-pre6b.exe sgminer In the same folder as gatelessgate-0.1.3-pre6b.exe make 2 new files. run.bat gatelessgate.conf In run.bat put in these command lines: gatelessgate-0.1.3-pre6b.exe -c gatelessgate.conf pause save and exit. (I always include pause in case there are errors. Without it you won't be able to see them.) In gatelessgate.conf you can copy paste the code from the first post in this topic, save and exit. make sure your daemon is running. Either wallet or standalone. then run the bat file.
  4. The 2nd way to mine can (also) be used to mine on a server, but even if 100 people connect to it, you will still be solo mining. Maybe, with enough interest I can look into setting up a solo mining test server. In solo mining you DO NOT submit shares, this is normal!
  5. This miner should work with most AMD cards. (Maybe not Vega). The included .conf file is already set up to mine solo at home. Settings are all default so you probably want to change them according to your rig. Give the miner a minute to render the bin files. One 'pool' is always going to give an error at launch as I included 2 ways to solo mine. user and pass is where you fill in your info from .cookie. OR, you could follow these instructions to change your user and password permanently. { "intensity": "d", "worksize": "0", "gpu-threads": "1", "pools": [ { "name": "XayaWallet", "url": "", "user": "root", "pass": "admin", "no-extranonce": true }, { "name": "Xayad", "_comment": "This is for solo mining on standalone daemon ONLY. NOT for coinbase.com.", "_comment": "Put in your xaya wallet address if you use the Daemon Without Wallet.", "coinbase-addr": "", "url": "", "user": "root", "pass": "admin", "no-extranonce": true } ], "profiles": [], "failover-only": true, "algorithm": "neoscrypt", "device": "all", "temp-cutoff": "85", "temp-overheat": "95", "temp-target": "0", "gpu-memdiff": "0", "shares": "0", "api-mcast-port": "4028", "api-port": "4028", "expiry": "28", "failover-switch-delay": "60", "gpu-dyninterval": "7", "_comment": "-1 AMD only, 0 AMD+Nvidea, 1 AMD+Intell Igfx.", "gpu-platform": "-1", "hamsi-expand-big": "0", "log": "10", "log-file": "xaya.log", "no-pool-disable": true, "no-client-reconnect": true, "queue": "1", "scan-time": "7", "tcp-keepalive": "30", "temp-hysteresis": "0", "watchpool-refresh": "30" } * Download link removed for security reasons. * 3 posts down you will find a github link with instructions.
  6. Assuming you are using windows. Open file explorer and in the address bar type %appdata%/xaya hit enter. This is the folder where the .cookie file normally is. Make a new txt file and rename it xaya.conf (no .txt at the end). Open the file with a normal text editor and put in these 2 lines rpcuser=root rpcpassword=admin save and close the file. Now, make sure everything related to xaya is no longer running. Including background services. To make 100% sure you can open a command prompt and type taskkill /IM xaya* /F You should see one of these 2 responses: Now launch the wallet again and enter the user and password like so: Scroll down and hit SUBMIT SETTINGS. Restart the wallet. You now no longer need to get the .cookie file. Don't forget to change the user and password in your miner too!
  7. You have to make 4 threads per vega. Even my RX460's run 2 threads each.
  8. I found a package that worked straight out of the box here. https://cryptomining-blog.com/3715-new-cgminer-3-7-8-with-improved-neoscrypt-performance/ Extract and edit the START-AMD.BAT To start set --intensity (or -I) to 8. You can change it later once you have everything up and running.) Don't mind the no longpoll warning, It will take a couple of seconds per GPU before the mining starts. It's compiling the .bin files for your GPU. As a reminder, every time you launch xaya-electron you have to set the new password from the .cookie file. Don't have the .cookie file open while launching the app. If your PC locks up after a bit, we're gonna have to set some throttling parameters with a .conf file
  9. this is what my nsgminer.conf after I let the miner generate a config file with default settings. (Don't use your .bat file if you want to use the .conf file. simply run the miner .exe itself) It's basically a json file { "pools" : [ { "url" : "", "user" : "__cookie__", "pass" : "1593eebb3cc9625873eb818b9b765069990daa8c0e55f249da1af35a47e61c03", "pool-priority" : "0" } ] , "temp-cutoff" : "95", "temp-target" : "90", "intensity" : "d", "vectors" : "1", "worksize" : "128", "kernel" : "neoscrypt", "gpu-engine" : "0-0", "gpu-fan" : "0-85", "gpu-memclock" : "0", "gpu-memdiff" : "0", "gpu-powertune" : "0", "gpu-vddc" : "0.000", "temp-overheat" : "85", "neoscrypt" : true, "api-port" : "4028", "expiry" : "120", "expiry-lp" : "3600", "gpu-dyninterval" : "7", "gpu-platform" : "0", "gpu-threads" : "1", "log" : "5", "no-pool-disable" : true, "queue" : "1", "scan-time" : "60", "skip-security-checks" : "0", "submit-stale" : true, "temp-hysteresis" : "3", "shares" : "0", "kernel-path" : "/usr/local/bin", "disable-gpu" : false }
  10. BTW I found why my miner didn't work any more. Maybe you have the same problem. Every time you luanch the xaya-electron app, it generates a new password. I tried making it a fixed one, but it doesn't work (yet). Also make sure your xaya-electron app is up, connected and synced. The daemon has to be running. Before you start you miner. As you can see in my screenshot, I set the data dir override to a much easier to find directory (my documents). Now the .cookie file is there every time I run the app. I noticed it when I was running the standalone deamon. You can't run the daemon that launches with the app and the standalone together (on the same port) BTW, can you check in your miner's folder there is a neoscrypt.cl file? If not, you'll have to get it.
  11. I was still typing up a follow up
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