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Monero (XMR) mining still profitable in 2019

Almost everyone say that cryptocurrency mining (every) is long gone for little players.

But that’s actually false. Monero Cryptonight algorithm started as “ASIC bulletproof” because it was heavily memory dependant. So CPU’s and GPU’s with fast RAM were the only the only game in town in terms of mining.

Everyone can do that.  After long time, some people have developed suitable mining software for suitable FPGA’s.

ASIC – application specific integrated circuit. Integrated circuit designed to only to do one type of calculation (very efficient unlike CPU/GPU’s which can do any calculation).

FPGA – field-programmable gate array. This is somewhat specialized circuit which can be reprogrammed any given time. Very expensive but also have better hashrate/cost efficiency.

In 2018, some huge FPGA mining farms overtook most of the Monero mining market. But still, CPU and GPU mining was somewhat profitable.

Monero developers wanted to keep Monero decentralized and “peoples coin”, so they are FORKing the algorithm every couple of months to cut away the FPGA miners.

Most FPGA miners did abandon their business, because it takes long to develop FPGA mining software for FORKed algorithm and it will last very short time.

So GPU mining is back in the business. It’s not much, but you can make profit from hardware you already have. Or can easily buy for reasonable money (my $280 RX VEGA 56 8GB does 2000-2020 H/s).

That’s $1,08 a day profit ($0,75 a day of NET profit if you calculate with electricity cost). So the ROI on investment is 1 year.

I have 6 of these cards in one motherboard. I’m heading to buy new motherboard for 11 GPU’s.

But it still doesn’t look profitable to be worth it.

Yes, but imagine you’re mining today. Bitcoin price was $5,000 couple of months ago. Now it’s $12,000. Monero and all other main cryptocurrencies rise and fall with price of Bitcoin.

Bitcoin had recently survived drop from $13,000 below psychological $10,000 but had recovered back and is on it’s way to $20-30,000 (in 2020, there’s a BTC block reward halving which will kick the prices up with next to zero inflation in new blocks).

1 XMR is 0,08 BTC. It was twice as much 6 months ago.

Biggest benefit of Monero trading value is that it’s the main currency for darkweb thanks to it unbeatable anonymity.

Downfall of Monero value was it’s laggy official wallet. But the issues were resolved so we can expect higher mass adoption of Monero, driving value back to 1XMR:0,16 BTC.

So your $1,08 daily profit can easily be $7 (for $0,3-0,4 in electricity bill) a day, $2,500 a year on single $280 GPU.

All you have to do is mine now before BTC and XMR rise high and increase the mining competition.

And don’t sell your coins. Wait till Monero is >$500.

Give it a shot.

Best Monero CPU/GPU is Stak-XMR but the default compiled version takes 2% of your hashrate as developer fee. 2% doesn’t seem like lot, but we’re fighting here for decent profitability, so every % counts.

So feel free to use my recompiled Stak-XMR miner with developer fee removed

My favourite mining pool is, low fees, no registration (just run miner with deposit address and set the payout amount):

Good luck.

Claymore 14.6 NoFee Version

Claymore 14.6 is currently the best miner for Ethereum, and it comes with a nice option of dual mining  with some other altcoins (Decred, Sia… ) that can boost your profit by around 20-30% for 20% more power draw. Even if you have expensive electricity the bonus profit is probably worth it.


Claymore software has a fixed fee of 1% when you are mining ethereum or 2% fee when you are mining decred. There are various problems that can happen due to the way the Fee is working. The fee works in a way that each hour you will be disconnected from your mining process and for about 1-2 minutes, you will mine for the Claymore developers. After that it will connect you again to your pool and start the mining again. By constant disconnecting and reconnecting each hour your GPU cools down and then heats up again, and by doing that you are risking the life of your GPU’s. I heard from many people that after some time one of the GPU’s would reset to the default clock settings because of the constant disconnecting/reconnecting or it would “hang” and crash the miner or cause it to recreate the DAG file, and you end up losing valuable time with that. Claymore is a really cool software and I think there could be a better way to support the developers, rather than risking our own miner stability. By using the official Claymore I lost about 3% of my shares compared to using the Claymore without the Developer Fee, everyone can try it for themselves and see the difference.


On the bitcointalk forum there are always releases for Claymore with the developer fee removed. Recently there was a 14.6 version released and confirmed to work (Claymore developers wrote that if you use a “hack” that would remove the developer fee from the program, it would autodetect it and give you a much lower hashrate as a punishment,  but that was confirmed to be false).

You can download the Claymore with the developer fee removed:

Best MONERO miner compiled with zero dev fee

Hello. I’ve been in crypto mining industry since the very beginning, mining Bitcoin with CPU and later GPU miner.

Later, when ASIC’s came in, CPU/GPU mining of Bitcoin become worthless. I bought some from Butterfly labs miners but till they arrived (they’ve mined themself till it wasn’t profitable and then ship them to waiting customers).

Till my Butterfly labs miner came, I started to mine Litecoin (Scrypt algo) with my GPU rigs. Ever since, I’m into altcoin mining with GPU’s and CPU’s.

It’s been challenging but quite profitable. Nowadays, only longterm profitable mining is of Monero (XMR) and Ethereum (ETH).

By far best XMR miner is Stak-XMR. With new CUDA libraries update, it brings like 10% extra hashrate on newer GPU’s 10xx and Radeon 7/XT.

Stak-XMR developer takes 2% fee from your hashrate. Doesn’t seem much but when you consider you pay 1-2% to a mining pool and couple % to crypto exchange, and you have to buy hardware and pay electricity bills, it adds up.

So I’m presenting the most profitable CPU/GPU miner out there, recompiled EXE with developer fee totally removed.

This miner has easy auto setup (just select monero as coin to mine, and pool). It will set the CPU core/thread affinity to use all CPU cache and max out the performance while keeping you all “CPU side threads” to use, so you can browse web or do usual stuff without laggy computer. GPU miner setting is at 90-95% of performance while keeping your GPU’s safe. You may play with settings little bit if you have experience with GPU miners.