London. 4th April – Cudo Miner, the crypto mining software application, today released the latest T-Rex NVIDIA GPU miner on Windows and Linux (X16R algorithm), bringing Cudo Miner users the most up-to-date technology and enabling the most profitable mining of Ravencoin (RVN) – one of the most popular altcoins on the market currently, having seen a sharp increase in price over the last month.
Mining influencer, Brandon Coin, says: “Cudo is bringing T-Rex, the most up to date Ravencoin miner to the platform resulting in 5-10% more hashrate over Z-Enemy miner while also having a good dev fee on the miner. Cudo has proven itself to be a mining company for the miners, listening to help its customers thrive.”
Ravencoin has gained the attention of many altcoin miners, with its price highs defying the market norms. Ravencoin is an open source, fairly mined proof of work (POW) project, it is focussed on enabling users to issue assets and securities on a secure and decentralised blockchain.
One of the key benefits of the T-Rex NVIDIA GPU miner is increased hashrates for mining, which means users can mine faster and earn more. It is also one of the most stable algorithms, meaning miners are less likely to have downtime.
Matt Hawkins, CEO and Founder, Cudo Miner, says: “At Cudo we keep our release cycles shorter than any other mining company out there to ensure we are always delivering the best to our community. Ravencoin has had some real momentum behind it, demonstrating how well a community project can do. It’s a great coin to mine with GPUs – it’s profitable, ASIC-resistant and decentralised, it has a great future ahead of it. We’ve found our miners are real fans and therefore wanted to give them the latest T-Rex miner.”
Cudo Miner is now available for Windows, Linux and macOS and the new CudoOS build, for every release. It includes remote management features in the console that enable users to control and manage any enrolled device, check health (temperature, memory, utilization, power usage, fan speed, graphics clock, memory clock) and check their earnings per coin, graphed for each device.
It calculates earnings based on the valid shares received from the pool-side rather than the hashrate reported by the miner, making it the most accurate estimation of earnings.
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