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Pool information

  • Fee is 1%
  • Payouts several times a day
  • Payout commission is 0.0005 RVN
  • Payout scheme is PPLNS (6 hours)
  • Algorithm is x16rv2
  • Balance confirmation is 20 blocks (~20 minutes)
  • Consensus is PoW
  • Default payout limit is 100 RVN and can be adjusted from 50 RVN up to 50000 RVN
  • Share difficulty is static and equal to 20
  • Nanopool's address - RRL5mMNeox75MGbqnfUZEhn3RferuvFGcy

Requirements

  • RIG on Windows/Linux OS of 64 bit
  • At least 3GB of GPU memory 
  • Stable internet connection
  • Mining software (Miner)
  • Raven coin wallet address

You can mine directly to your RavenCoin wallet or to any exchange. Remember: Using the pool is at your own risk and we cannot compensate any possible losses.

Pool Connection

We highly recommend to use SSL connection. It more safe and stable than stratum.

Location
Server Host
Stratum Port
SSL Port
Europe
rvn-eu1.nanopool.org
12222
12433
Europe
rvn-eu2.nanopool.org
12222
12433
US East
rvn-us-east1.nanopool.org
12222
12433
US West
rvn-us-west1.nanopool.org
12222
12433
Asia
rvn-asia1.nanopool.org
12222
12433
Japan
rvn-jp1.nanopool.org
12222
12433
Australia
rvn-au1.nanopool.org
12222
12433

Quick Start Guide

Nvidia

We recommend you to use T-rex miner as we found it one of the best miners for Raven mining. 

1. Download T-Rex 
     Download the miner via GitHub and extract the archive to any folder.

2. Configure
     Make sure start.bat file looks like this:

t-rex.exe -a x16rv2 -o stratum+tcp://rvn-eu1.nanopool.org:12222 -u YOUR_ADDRESS.YOUR_WORKER_NAME/YOUR_EMAIL -l log.txt

Replace "YOUR_ADDRESS" line with your RVN address, "YOUR_WORKER" with a simple name for your RIG and replace "YOUR_EMAIL" with your email address to receive alerts for the pool when your RIG goes offline, otherwise, replace with a passphrase to access the account setting. For server line we recommend you to use nearest one from list of our servers above. Once done, save and close the file.

4. Run
         Double click the start.bat file to launch the miner. 

Additional Information:
         More information about T-Rex configuration can be found on GitHub
         T-Rex takes additional 1% fee

Remember that other miners also can be used and when it comes to choose a miner, you are welcome to check the alternative miners in addition to the one mentioned above. How to mine Raven coin with NiceHash on Nanopool guide you can find here and a quick step-by-step guide for newbies on how to mine Raven coin on Nanopool here

AMD

We recommend you to use Team Red Miner  is a AMD GPU miner. The miner runs on both Linux and Windows and has a build-in developer fee of 2.5% for x16rv2 algorythm.

1. Installation

 Download Team Red Miner  here and extract the archive to any folder.

2. Configuration

Make sure your start_RVN.bat file file looks like this:

teamredminer.exe -a x16rv2 -o stratum+tcp://rvn-eu1.nanopool.org:12222 -u YOUR_ADDRESS.YOUR_WORKER_NAME/YOUR_EMAIL

Where:

  • YOUR_ADDRESS - your valid RavenCoin address.
  • YOUR_WORKER_NAME - simple short worker name (like worker01). Optional.
  • YOUR_EMAIL - your email address for notifications. Optional.

Double check you set your own address and it's correct. Set a simple worker name to track your RIG on the pool and an email address to receive alerts when your RIG goes offline. Alternatively, you can set a passphrase instead to access the account settings.

3. Run

Double click the start.bat file to launch the miner.

4. Additional info

T-Rex miner takes additional 2.5% fee  for x16rv2 algorithm.
    More information about T-Rex miner: bitcointalk.org

Support

If you encounter any issue, or you have questions, kindly check the FAQ section first. If it did not help you, feel free to email us at: rvn@nanopool.org and keep in mind that your Nanopool account URL, your miner's configuration (.bat) file content and your miner's recent log file can help us to figure your issue out quicker, so be sure to attach them in advance when emailing us.

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