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XPM Trading. BTC-E. Vircurex. Coins-E Trade. Cryptsy. Crypto Trade. PrimeCoin Exchange. XPM Mining. Useful Mining Documents. Primecoin Mining Hardware Comparison. Hardware Comparison. Idiots Guide XPM mining on Digital Ocean. This guide will explain to you step by step how to quickly set up several miners without having to make them one by one and do it with almost no typing. As well as setting it up so that even if the server resets your miner will keep on mining. First set up and account and billing information on digital ocean.

Important- If you are feeling nice you can use my referral code 7ea6639b1f9b so I can get some credit on my account. Then once that is set up go to create droplet 1. Give it a hostname e.g Myfirstminer12. Now your droplet is read to be accessed and you will have received an email with the access details. You will then enter into the command line of your program and then you copy and paste the following commands in one by one. Important - When you input the install supervisor you will be prompted by the terminal to answer a question y/n just type y and press the enter button.Important - There will be a long wait after you input the makefile.unix command.

DigitalOcean Hosting. XRam Pool. Y Pool. [XPM] A real-life comparison between and mining pools. I currently have access to 1920 cores in the cloud (don't ask - don't tell), and Primecoin (XPM) has caught mine and everybody else's attention recently.

[XPM] A real-life comparison between and mining pools

I decided to make a 24 hour comparison between the two major mining pools and, and post the results here for you to see and comment on. I used the latest and most recommended builds of mining software, for each of the pools, respectively. Test #1 - 24 hours1920 coresUsing the latest jhPrimeminer v3.3 by rdebourbon for x64 Linux (compiled myself)Default setting on all 60 instances: jhprimeminer -o -u myuser -p mypass -t 32No connection problems whatsoeverNumber of blocks found according to the user interface: 27Result: 174 XPM (quite delayed because mined XPMs mature very slowly in comparison to other coins) I think the numbers speak for themselves: rules for mining XPM using many instances.

Under these conditions, gave more than 8(!) Does everybody agree? Y Pool Client - Jhprimeminer. JhPrimeMiner is a miner that was designed for use with the pool, the very first primecoin pool for miners.

Y Pool Client - Jhprimeminer

Official thread: Unofficial thread: Current releases for Windows, Mac, and Linux-wine can be found here: There are several variants of this miner in development from several different developers. --Mumus Fork-- V7.1 64bit: v7.1 64bit AVX: v6.0 32bit: --Cabin's Fork-- "It is quite similar to the Mumus build but does not do the large divisor test anymore since others have said this part is buggy and wastes a bit of time. 64 bit: --rdebourbon's Fork:-- rdebourbon's dropbox: Source code can be found at his github:

B(e^5) Latest Mining Status. B(e^5) Client - Xolominer. Xolo's Primecoin Pool Miner is a pool mining version of primecoin, the so-called xolominer, based on mikaelh's high performance version of Sunny King's Primecoin tree.

B(e^5) Client - Xolominer

The miner can be found at github. Xolominer works in RPool and pools. Features pooled mining client getwork-protocol (with longpoll-support) code integration into original client Usage Usage: primeminer [-options] -pooluser=[user] Pool worker user name. Building xolominer Linux Requirements Build requirements: sudo apt-get install build-essential libssl-dev libgmp-dev Berkeley db4.8 packages are available here: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:bitcoin/bitcoin sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install libdb4.8-dev libdb4.8++-dev Ubuntu precise has packages for libdb5.1-dev and libdb5.1++-dev, but using these will break binary wallet compatibility, and is not recommended.