XMR Cryptonight V7 And Sumokoin Hardfork - Comparing Mining Profitability of CryptoNight Coins: Cryptonight Algorithm Mining Software Overview and Comparison by Agus Yulianto
English | 24 Apr. 2018 | ASIN: B07CMRNVL1 | 87 Pages | AZW3/EPUB/MOBI/PDF (conv) | 5.06 MB
As you most likely know, Monero engineers have chosen to actualize a few changes in the hashing calculation so as to make existing Criptonight ASICs unfit to mine XMR.
Monero hard fork will in the end occur April sixth. Since the fork is consensual, no extra alt coin will be made (no chain split like with BTC/BCH). You should simply refresh your product once the fork is finished and continue mining in your pool. On the off chance that you are running a work area wallet you should refresh your doubles too.
How to Mine the New Monero?
It is now sure that the new Cast XMR form 0.9.2 backings Cryptonight V7, so you can utilize it to mine after the fork. As indicated by the devs, the new form demonstrates some intriguing hashrate for the AMD Radeon RX Vega GPU arrangement when utilizing 18.3.4 Adrenaline drivers.
Sumokoin is Forking As well
Sumokoin is following Monero's strides and forking as well. Sumokoin designers have declared that they are changing the coin to a marginally unique calculation - the CryptoNight Substantial. Anybody mining it should utilize the new xmr-stak.