London, Tuesday 14 May – Cudo Miner, the crypto mining software application, today released the latest version of its graphical user interface (GUI) miner in Russia, making it easier for Russian miners to earn consistent mining revenue with its fully-featured and highly-automated mining software.
CudoOS is a stand-alone operating system (OS) that includes all the software needed to run a GPU mining rig in a disk image. It is distributed in parallel with the Cudo Miner installer-based software, offering all of its features including built-in benchmarking, overclocking, and the option to intelligently switch mining resources to the most profitable crypto currency, based on mining difficulty and market conditions.
Optimised to 4GB, CudoOS can run a GPU mining rig directly from a USB flash drive, saving the cost of an internal hard disk. It can also be used to quickly recover a faulty rig or deployed to a hard disk, when an internal hard disk is available. The distribution is based on Ubuntu Linux, with AMD and NVIDIA drivers pre-installed. To accelerate set-up, multiple mining rigs can be automatically enrolled into the account holder’s web console via the user’s Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server, which is typically a simple router. This enables miners to track their earnings and performance, as well as manage their rigs from a web-based console.
Pete Hill, Partnerships Director at Cudo Miner, commented:
Our goal is to make mining as straightforward as possible – but, just because you are technically capable of mining from the command line, it doesn’t mean you should. Cudo Miner automatically updates third party miners and features with each new release – for example, providing early support for Grin and, more recently, performance boosts for T-Rex miner and Bminer optimisations. This means miners can quickly benchmark and overclock their rigs in the way they want from the GUI, and then leave the rigs mining profitably while they focus on more valuable activities.”
Russian miners with multiple rigs can now use CudoOS to monitor the health of their hardware, deploy new template configurations and view estimated earnings remotely from the web console. Miners can also monitor their mining hash and earnings per coin from anywhere, either aggregated or graphed per device.”
Miners can choose their pay-out coin to automatically convert from the coin they are mining, or manually set their rig to mine a single coin and accrue in the same coin – for example, mining Ravencoin or Grin and holding onto it. The latest release, Cudo Miner 0.17, includes the ability to withdraw the funds as Grin, adding to a long list of supported pay-out coins, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Monero, Ethereum Classic and Ravencoin.
Cudo Miner 0.17 is now available as an installer for Windows, Linux, macOS, and the new CudoOS ISO image. 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 chart their earnings per coin, per device. Cudo Miner calculates earnings based on the valid shares received from the pool-side rather than the hash rate reported by the miner, which makes it the software with the most accurate estimation of earnings.
The latest release includes support for the T-Rex Ravencoin miner for NVIDIA GPUs, and additional advanced settings to optimise Bminer – the fast and highly-optimized crypto currency miner that runs on modern GPUs.
In coming releases, the Cudo Miner software and Web Console will soon be translated into Russian.
Readers can download CudoOS from https://www.cudominer.com/ru/