lolMiner – software for mining a large number of cryptocurrency algorithms on video cards, including for Ethash, Etchash, Beam, as well as for the most popular variants of Cuckoo Cycle and Equihash.

The miner is based on OpenCL and was originally focused on mining with AMD graphics cards, but now it also supports mining with Nvidia, as well as mining with mixed AMD and Nvidia configurations. The key advantages of lolMiner are: wide compatibility with video cards of various types and brands, fair display of the hash rate and prompt online support.

One of the advantages of the miner is that there is an active support system from the developers. Updates are released quickly, which allows us to improve the software. The miner is launched using the command line in the Linux operating system or a bat file in Windows.

Driver Requirements:

Windows: Adrenaline 19.1 (pre Navi) / 19.10.02 (Navi)
Linux: 18.50 (pre Navi), 19.30 (Navi)

Nvidia: Cuda 8 – 11
– Big Navi: amdgpu-pro 20.40 (Linux) / Adrenaline 20.11.2 (Windows) and newer.
– Navi: amdgpu-pro 19.30 (Linux) / Adrenaline 19.10.02 (Windows) and newer.
– Vega: amdgpu-pro 18.50 (Linux) / Adrenaline 18.10 (Windows) and newer.
– For old cards: Blockchain drivers and newer.

Last changes:

lolMiner 1.28

  • Slightly improved Ethash performance on Pascal / Turing and Ampere GPUs (around +0,1 – 0,2 mh per card)
  • Further reduced internal latency in the Ethash Cuda backend (less legacy quota and CPU load)
  • Added experimental Grin-C32 kernel for Radeon 6700.

  • Fixed a bug in the server side of Cuda that caused a crash with a segmentation fault when changing epochs (introduced in 1.25).
  • Fixed a bug that prevented Nvidia GPUs from starting if the Cuda Toolkit was not installed (it reported “No OpenCL devices found …” – which was complete nonsense)
  • Fixed some (rare) potential bugs in the Beam strat.
  • Windows: Fixed message that Light Cache build time was missing (introduced in 1.25).

Supported algorithms, commission:

BeamHash I1.0
BeamHash II1.0
BeamHash III1.0
Cuckoo 292.0
CuckarooD 292.0
CuckarooM 292.0
Cuckaroo 30 CTXC2.5
Cuckatoo 312.0
Cuckatoo 322.0
Cuckaroo 29-321.0
Cuckaroo 29-401.0
Equihash 144/51.0
Equihash 192/71.0
Equihash 210/91.0


Is it possible to mine an Equihash 144/5 (or 192/7) coin that is not in the list of supported ones?
Yes, for this you choose an algorithm --coin AUTO144_5 or --coin AUTO192_7and then specify the personalization string --overwritePersonal
(the string must be exactly 8 characters long). For example, for the BZEdge (BZE) coin, it looks like this:--coin AUTO144_5 --overwritePersonal BZEZhash.

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