v2.29 + caching DAG file, very useful for Ethash+ZIL mining, miner will not spend time on creating DAG file on Ethash/ZIL change after caching + minimize memory allocation for DAG file + fixed “All DevFee mining pool are unavailable” error on Ethash
v2.28 + support ETH/ETC+ZIL mining (check mine_eth+zil.bat/.sh from miner archive) + fixed compatibility with luckypool.io for Zano + fixed “All DevFee pools are unavailable” error for Grimm
v2.27 + fixed miner crash on Ethash/ProgPoW for DAG over 4GB + added VProgPoW algorithm (VeriBlock) + added ProgPoWZ algorithm (Zano)
v2.26 + fixed performance regression on Aeternity, BitTube, Swap
v2.25 + fixed ProgPoW/KAWPOW compatibility with RTX3XXX cards
v2.24 + added support for RTX3XXX cards + removed BBC algorithm + removed Qitmeer algorithm
v2.23 + fixed miner crash under Windows 10 on Nvidia drivers 456.38 + improved performance for KAWPOW algorithm (RavenCoin) + improved performance of DAG file generation + removed dependency from CUDA framework for KAWPOW/ProgPoW algorithms + fixed “no shares” bug for Cuckoo Cycle algorithms when intensity less than 100%
Members of the Zcash network contribute new coins to the blockchain during the Zcash mining process. Proof-of-Work (PoW) is used to determine if new currencies are suitable and to protect the integrity of the blockchain.
A project called Ergo was founded in 2019 and offers a programmable blockchain with a reliable and energy efficient mining process. The project also uses Ethereum-style smart contracts for its DeFi features and Bitcoin's Proof-of-Work (PoW) consensus algorithm to secure the network.