Phoenix miner

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A miner that can work with memory underclocked to 300MHz and scans whole 232 nonce space.

This free, open-source software is available under the X11 license and was released by Bitcoin community members Jedi95 and CFSworks on April 25, 2011[1]. In addition to connecting via RPC and RPC (long polling), this miner will connect via MultiMiner Protocol (MMP) which is used by the MultiMiner Server.

External Links

  • phoenix windows binary (MD5 SUM: c726f05af3252ac2236201d10448953f)
  • phoenix Linux source (MD5 SUM: 8d64ea9aff09d1224ea87e6949946946, SHA256: eeac28710ed8c6af51880f28eb3c2f5a7ced94d81b655b8db5ffa9139d7e1f7d)
  • mhoenix-miner SVN repository