Miners and Leetpro clients using NiceHash Miner Legacy as mining software should take note of the new 126.96.36.199 update to achieve better profitability.
Remember that with the release of NiceHash Miner’s version 2 there are now two different versions of the software. The old branch version 1 is NiceHash Miner Legacy which is intended for more advanced users while NiceHash Miner 2 is for those who are new to crypto mining and who will appreciate the easy-to-use user interface. NiceHash Miner is essentiallly a profit switching mining tool that chooses the most profitable alcorithm based on your mining hashrate and sells your hashrate for that particular algorithm.
NiceHash Miner Legacy is a little bit more complicated to set up for many different miners as it relies on the best performing third miners for some algorithms and includes miners from Claymore, EWBF, Tpruvot and others in order to maximise performance for a particular algorithm. In comparison, NiceHash Miner 2 does not contain third party miner software and uses miners that are developed by NiceHash itself.
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Thus if you understand what NiceHash Miner does, you will understand the need to upgrade to the latest version for optimal efficiency and ultimately maximum profitability.
The new NiceHash Miner Legacy 188.8.131.52 update includes the following changes:
• New socket connection to NiceHash servers
• Device info monitoring
• Upgrade to .NET 4.5 targeting
• Upgrade to x64 targeting
• ClaymoreDual updated to 9.8
The NiceHash Miner Legacy 184.108.40.206 update fixes the following issues:
• Main and settings windows may be cut off when run at low resolutions #72
• Default Keccak intensity on sgminer fixed #91
• Language improvements
• Minor fixes for Claymore miners
If you are a Leetpro client, it is most likely that your mining rig is set up using NiceHash Miner Legacy and it is highly recommended that you upgrade to the latest version. If you need assistance, contact [email protected]
But remember, this version is intended for experienced miners who are comfortable managing AV/Firewall exceptions as its components may get flagged by anti-virus software. If you are new to NiceHash or mining in general, it is recommended you try out NiceHash Miner 2. And, if you are a complete beginner, you might want to check out Bitcoin 101!
If you want to try out NiceHash Miner Legacy, read more here on the github wiki: https://github.com/NiceHash/NiceHashMinerLegacy/wiki/Getting-started