Feathercoin daemon and wallet production version 0.17.0.2

[newbie intro]


  • Regular Member | Tip sarslemagne

    Hello all! I’m fairly new to the cypto mining and found that is so fascinating! I got myself a gaming computer which I now use for mining ethereum. But recently I read that whattomine suggests the most profitable coins to mine with my current setup and it suggested that I mine feathercoin. I’m fairly new to mining itself so I don’t know what settings I should be using.

    I’ve searched through lots of websites suggesting the best OC settings but none of which are for mining feathercoin. Could I ask you guys for some help about this?


  • Moderators | Tip wrapper

    Hi there, the pools usually give some info.


  • Regular Member | Tip Neowebwallet

    [Neowebwallet] : The transactions are collected in blocks, which are found approximately every ten minutes in a random process called mining. As transactions transfer ownership of Bitcoin balances, each of these blocks represents an update of the user’s balances on the network.


  • Moderators | Tip Wellenreiter

    @neowebwallet said in [newbie intro]:

    [Neowebwallet] : The transactions are collected in blocks, which are found approximately every ten minutes in a random process called mining. As transactions transfer ownership of Bitcoin balances, each of these blocks represents an update of the user’s balances on the network.

    Small correction: Feathercoin blocks are mined every minute, not every ten minutes 😉


  • Regular Member | Tip sarslemagne

    thank you all for your response!

    the pool does post settings to be used in ccminer and other applicable miners.

    however, I am looking for overclocking guides and settings to maximize the capabilities of the GPU in mining cryptocurrency. for Ethereum, there are lots of overclocking guides. for Feathercoin, I haven’t found any. Or is it that overclocking does not affect the mining hashrate for feathercoin as it does with ethereum?


  • Regular Member | Tip narbss

    @sarslemagne did you find an optimal over lock? I found that neoscrypt responds well to a mixed overclock, mainly memory clock though, compared to EThash. Worth experimenting yourself though!