New cryptocurrency GRIN – classic POW coin: no pre-mine, no deductions to developers, masternod, POS and ICO. The comic name brings it a little closer to Dogecoin, originally from 2013. Unlike Dogecoin, GRIN cryptocurrency does not imply a decrease in block rewards. Now for each block found, miners are given 60 GRIN and this value will be constant. Thus, the number of coins will not be limited. The mining algorithm for GRIN was chosen by Coocko Circle, as in Merit and BITC, but with different parameters (Coockaroo29), so miners for MERIT and BITC will not work.
The popular miner zjazz under Coocko Circle (Merit and BITC) is not currently supported by GRIN, so consider the other available options.
- Bminer – closed miner with a 2% commission for AMD and Nvidia with experimental support for mining GRIN.
- GrinGoldMiner – miner with a commission of 2%, supports Nvidia and AMD video cards with video memory of at least 8GB. There are two versions for Windows and Linux.
- NBMiner – closed miner for Nvidia video cards under Windows and Linux only.
- Miner Master – Chinese miner, supports only Nvidia.
- Miner OS – Chinese mining OS for AMD and Nvidia.
- Miner Babe OS – a mining OS with a 3% commission. Supports AMD and Nvidia.
- GrinPro Miner – second alternative Windows miner with a 2% commission. Supports AMD and Nvidia with video memory of at least 8Gb.
- GrinMiner – official software from the developers of GRIN cryptocurrency open source, with no fees, but compiled only for Linux and MacOS. Supports AMD and Nvidia. (Low hashrate, complex setup, we do not recommend.)
Pools for mining GRIN
- Grin Wallet – official wallet. (from the command line)
- Wallet 713 – fork of the official wallet that is integrated with Grinbox and Keybase to easily send transactions through a repeater. This protects the user from disclosing his IP address and does not affect the security of the funds. (from the command line)
- Grin Web Wallet – graphical wallet.