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Coins
ETH, ETC, RVN, CLO, DBIX, XMR, ERGO, CONFLUX, VERUSCOIN
Type
AMD, NVIDIA
System
Windows, Linux
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Nanominer
Nanominer is a program product developed by nanopool to create structural cryptocurrency units based on the following algorithms: Ethash, Etchash, Ubqhash, KawPow, Octopus, RandomX
Setup
At launch nanominer reads the config.ini setup file from the program's current directory. In order to assign a specific name to the config file, it should be written as the first argument in the command line.
nanominer.exe config_etc.ini
When launching with the -d command line option (e.g. nanominer.exe -d) the miner displays a list of the devices it detects, including their PCI addresses and their amount of memory. In order to use this function on Windows the program must be launched from the command prompt (cmd).

Nanominer does not require any pools to be specified in the config file. If a pool (or list of pools) is not specified, nanominer will automatically use the pools on nanopool.org corresponding to the chosen cryptocurrency (except for coins not listed on Nanopool). QuarkChain public full nodes (fullnode.quarkchain.io and fullnode2.quarkchain.io) which are maintained by QuarkChain developers are used by default for QuarkChain.  

When nanominer starts up it displays the main work information in the console log, including the program’s current version, the name of the rig, the number and type of graphics cards installed and the program’s current settings. setup file from the program's current directory. In order to assign a specific name to the config file, it should be written as the first argument in the command line.
Parameters
The settings for nanominer can be found in the configuration file with the *.ini extension (config.ini by default). Config file can contain common params and algorithm params (in sections with corresponding algorithm names). Section names can be defined as “Ethash”, “Etchash”, “KawPow”, “Octopus”, “Ubqhash”, “RandomX”, “Verushash”, “Autolykos” or “Zilliqa”. Configuration file must be in the following format: и замените значения.
commonparameter1=commonvalue1
commonparameter2=commonvalue2
commonparameterX=commonvalueX

[AlgoName1]
devices=0,1
wallet = wallet1
algoparameter1=algovalue1_1
algoparameter2=algovalue1_2
algoparameterY=algovalue1_Y

[AlgoName2]
devices=2,3
wallet = wallet2
algoparameter1=algovalue2_1
algoparameter2=algovalue2_2
algoparameterZ=algovalue2_Z

[AlgoName3]
devices=4,5
wallet = wallet3
More config examples can be found below.  

This file permits the presence of empty lines and comments. Comment lines should begin with a ";" (semicolon). The parameters and values are not case-sensitive, which means it makes no difference to the program whether you type ETH, eth or Eth, or whether you type wallet or Wallet.

If an incorrect value is set for a parameter, the default value will be used instead (note that this rule does not apply to the wallet parameter).  What follows is a list of the parameters that can be set on nanominer.
Configuration File
The minimum configuration file for Ethereum may contain only a wallet:
wallet=<wallet>
Nanominer will automatically use Ethereum pools.

To work with Ethereum Classic, the coin must be specified:
wallet=<wallet>
coin=ETCwallet=<wallet>
In this case nanominer will use pools corresponding to Ethereum Classic.
For coins that are not supported by nanopool.org, you must specify a wallet and pools (pool1...).
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More information can be found on:
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