Anyone used multiMiner?

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  1. SkylarMoon

    SkylarMoon New Member

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    Hey all!

    Recently came across this tool called MultiMiner and its co-app MobileMiner

    It looks like a great way to manage and mine multiple coins, and the Mobile interface is a definite help! Has anyone tried it out and can let me know how good it is?
     
  2. Randomer2000

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    It's a bit buggy. It was designed by someone over at bitcointalk, I've had a few chats with him and he seems very interested in it so you can expect constant improvements. But in it's current state I wouldn't use it much personally.
     
  3. Andrew Flinch

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    Thanks for bringing this to my attention. Being able to monitor progress on my phone would be a huge time saver so I don't have to remote in from work. I'll give it a whirl and report back with feedback.
     
  4. BrightnessOne

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    Definitely interesting... although probably overkill for the average miner. Personally I only have a couple cards (RX 580s) running on my desktop PC at home, so I don't really have much use for it.
     
  5. Krita

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    Never used it but multi miners are usually a gimmick. It's always better to mine what you feel is best using the recommended tools at the best time in the market.
     
  6. Zaytuna

    Zaytuna New Member

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    But couldn't we use them to mine but choose what we wanted to mine? for example get the latest trends from this site and then use that tool to pick what we want to? Do native miners give better performance or hash rates?
     
  7. Randomer2000

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    I wouldn't say that the hash rates would be too different, but it is always best and more professional to use a singular miner, it helps monitor performance better and at times can produce better hash rates as it isn't bogged down by unnecessary software overhead
     
  8. SkylarMoon

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    Ah I see.

    I guess I'll try and use the specific miners for that coin instead of a mutli miner then!

    Thanks for all the help
     
  9. Andrew Flinch

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    Been using it for a while since I found out about it on this thread. I can't say I'm completely satisfied. The interface is slightly clunky and I did come across a few errors that I had to go through and solve, before being able to use the program. I love MobileMiners monitoring, but the desktop tool in itself is lacking in a few departments I would say.
     
  10. Randomer2000

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    Would you be able to confirm my above comment on the Hash rates? Some information on hash rates on Terminal miner against the multiMiner application would be really helpful!
     

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