MinerGate Launches xFast Miner to Improve Hashrate Up to 10%
MinerGate announced the release of its new mining client, the xFast Miner which is now to become the recommended mining application for the pool.
MinerGate, one of the largest and oldest crypto mining pools, has officially announced the release of its new mining client, the xFast Miner which is now to become the recommended mining application for the pool.
The xFast Miner, a result of MinerGate’s extensive R&D, and a real mining innovation, has successfully passed the beta stage when it had been downloaded by more than 80 000 users. The community input helped MinerGate to improve the beta version in terms of stability and hardware support, providing extreme (up to 300%) hashrate boost on the older hardware.
Having implemented all the improvements, MinerGate now is expecting to set a high industry standard of efficiency and hardware utilization in mining by providing the best hashrate for XMR and other CryptoNight-like coins, featuring hashrate improvement up to 10% on modern hardware than other solutions presented on the market.
The final version is now available to all MinerGate users here.
“Everyone in the team is excited to present our advanced miner to the crypto world” - says Claude Lecomte, CEO and Founder, MinerGate, - “We believe that the xFast Miner will become the best and trusted solution for both newcomers and professional miners”.
MinerGate is an established mining multi-pool with more than 3.5 million miners worldwide, supporting 11 major coins including BTC, ETH, XMR and others. MinerGate provides miners with a high quality service with 99.99% uptime, withdrawal amounts starting from 0.01 coin, and smart mining features.
MinerGate has recently launched a brand new BTC mining pool, its first public SHA-256-based pool, opening new frontiers for listing SHA-256-based PoW cryptocurrencies.
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