As you probably know, miners are the key to Bitcoins. Without them, the network would not be safe, it would collapse and lose its value. The bitcoin mining software either connects your Bitcoin miner to the blockchain, or connects you to your pool.
Anyway, we thought about making a list with some of the best mining software from the market, in order to ease your search:
This mining software is for windows, and it works on Windows 10 or Windows 8.1. Its interface is user-friendly and it has the option to save power. It provides, for its clients, services like mining pool support, fast share submission and, the most important, the profit reports feature.
For those of you who want to try it out, the latest version of this mining software is Bitcoin Miner 1.27.0.
CGMiner is the most used Bitcoin mining software and is based on the original code from the Miner CPU. Amongst its features, you can find: CPU mining support, fan speed control, multi GPU support and many more!
If you want to find more about CGMiner, access this forum.
There aren’t a lot of major differences between BFGMiner and the CGMiner. However, you must know that BFGMiner doesn’t focus on GPUs like the second one, as it is, in fact, specially designed for ASICs.
To find more about BFTMiner’s features and other details, you can access their website.
As it is also stated on bitcoinwiki, “BTCMiner is an Open Source Bitcoin Miner for ZTEX USB-FPGA Modules 1.15”. BTCMiner has features like dynamic frequency scaling, ready-to-use Bitstream, and many more!
EasyMiner is another mining software, based on GUI, that can also work as a good wrapper for CGMiner and BFGMiner software. It is said that this software makes the mining simple, because it ensures “maximum transparency with his featured log viewer”. Amongst its features, EasyMiner provides: Free and open source, possibility to extend very easy, real-time statistics, community support, personal wallet and many more!
BitMinter is not exactly known by a lot of people, but it sure does a great job as a mining software. It’s key to success is to easily attract new clients and to keep its users. As it appears on their website, they just want to “make it easy for anyone to make bitcoins”. BitMinter dates back to 2011 and it has more than 450000 registered accounts!
Our advice is to try to know each one of these mining software and decide who you think is the best. Which one will win you over?
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