Created new “static” supported-coins overview page …

I have in the past tried my best to document which coins lukMiner does support – by keeping an up-to-date readme with each version, by having my release scripts automatically post that together with the latest releases, by having the lukMiner binary print example commandlines when launched without parameters, by posting new blog articles every time I added a new coin, etc … but still, with the flurry of new cryptonight coin variants several users asked for some better “overview” of what is supported, how to call it, etc (I guess a new article for every new coin is good and well – but not all too useful if you’re new to lukMiner and have to google through 10 such articles).

In light of those requests, I did spend some time trying to figure out how WordPress really works, and did finally manage to create a new “static” page that is not a blog, but accessible from the main page of It’s called – who’d have guessed – “Supported Coins”, and is also statically linked to its own URL:

In the future, I’ll still add updates to the as I did in the past, but will also continually update this page with any newly supported coin, changes in how to execute them, etc. In particular, I’ll use the example command lines on this page to do my own testing – so if any of those don’t work, please let me know (and/or check your firewall settings).

With that – Happy Mining!

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5 thoughts on “Created new “static” supported-coins overview page …”

  1. Hi Luk,

    I am trying to mine BitTube and getting a hashrate at 2000H/s on 7210 with lukminer. I was expecting 2500 as you mentioned in another post about CN heavy. Is 2000H/s normal for CN Saber?



    1. I haven’t done too much performance measuring on it, yet, but yes, saber is _significantly_ more costly than regular cryptonight variants. Main modification in saber is that one of the aes rounds got slightly modified – to the extend that what was previously a single “aesenc” instruction is now a sequence of a few dozen individual instructions, and that costs … a lot ….


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