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Yet Another Miner
by @yvg1900

Yam is a highly customizable performance CPU miner that puts more hashing power into your hands by allowing extremely fine-tuned algorithms to maximize performance. It is aimed to take advantage of every special aspect of your CPU and configuration.


Intel processors with AES-NI capability provide a significant boost in hashing power over AMD due to Intel's newest speed optimizations.

Please follow @yvg1900 on twitter for updates and support by the developer.


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Yam is hosted at MMC-Square for your convenience.

We love MMC!

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README
Spoiler for Hiden:
yam - Yet Another Miner by yvg1900 - optimized miner for ProtoShares, MemoryCoin and MaxCoin mining

*** If you want to stay informed on updates, follow @yvg1900 on Twitter.

DISCLAIMER

The software comes as it is, without warranty of any kind. It is solely your decision to use it or not.
Use at your own risk, the creator can not be held liable for damage to your system.
If you are in doubt - don't use it.

Please read this file carefully. To achieve better performance consider using fine tuning feature as described in finetuning-<coin>.txt.
You can check if your miner is actually connected to your account on the pool site in Workers area or other means supported by pool.

Miner periodically mines for miner developers to support further performance, functionality and compatibility enhancements.
Explanation of how and when it happens can be found below in Mining for developers section.

1. How yam is different from other miners

This miner created completely from scratch, including mining framework, mining algorithms, connection handling, etc.

Comparing to other miners, yam includes following changes and improvements:
- Support for ProtoShares, MemoryCoin, MaxCoin and NoirShares mining
- Much higher performance
- Configuration file support
- Completely different connection handling that reduces connection latency and minimizes amount of wasted CPU time, while
minimizing unnecessary CPU load
- Server pinging to fix NAT connectivity and some other networking and reconnection problems
- Dynamic connection timeout system for early detection of connectivity problems
- Multiple pool connections for mining on secondary pool when primary pool is down
- SOCKS4A Proxy support (compatible with Tor)
- SOCKS5 Proxy support
- Compatibility check mode for easier miner selection in automated deployment environment
- Possibility to go above 512M per thread
- Algorithm fine tuning feature

2. Which build to use

* Know your machine. Carefully check capabilities of your CPU in order to determine its capabilities. You will need to know:
- Your operating system
- Model and microarchitecture of your CPU
- Is it physical or virtualized
- Does it support SSE, AVX and other modern instruction sets, and if yes - which versions
- How many physical cores your CPU has
- Does your CPU support HyperThreading or not
- How many CPUs your machine has in case you are on multi-CPU machine
- How much RAM do you have

Build are located in the folders, each folder per build. Folders named as

yam-yvg1900-<miner version>-<operating system name>-<instruction set>

For example, for 64-bit Linux running on Haswell CPU with, take linux64-haswell build.
More builds will become available as soon as there is more demand and sufficient donations.

Feel free to try different builds, but be aware that some may crash due to lack of support for specific instructions on your machine.

2.1. Some guidelines on selecting build

bdver1:
AMD Opteron 6200 Series processors
AMD Opteron 4200 Series processors

bdver2:
AMD Opteron 6300 Series processors
AMD Opteron 4300 Series processors

btver2:
AMD Opteron X1100 series Processor
AMD Opteron X2100 series APU

3. Running and terminating the miner

You can run it from command prompt, either manually or create a batch file (.bat on Windows) or a shell script (on non-Windows).

To stop miner, kill it by pressing Ctrl+C in the shell window where it runs, or kill it using Task Manager or kill command.

4. Command line arguments

Command-line only options:
--help This message.
-c [ --config ] arg Name of configuration file.
--compat-check arg Exit right after compatibility checks with provided return code.

Command-line and configuration file options:
-t [ --threads ] arg The number of threads for mining (default is to
autodetect), when t<=0 use autodetect+t threads.
-M [ --mine ] arg Mining target in YAM URI format (protocol, worker
name, password, pool address, pool ports, coin
type, mining parameters). Multiple mining targets
allowed.
-P [ --mining-params ] arg Mining parameters in parameter list format
(coin:param1=value1&param2=value2&param3=value3.
Multiple parameter groups allowed.
--compact-stats arg Enable compact statistics output (uses less screen
space).
--print-timestamps arg Enable printing timestamps for every output line.
--proxy arg Proxy server to use in format
type://user:password@host:port (check
documentation for supported proxy types and usage
details).

Easiest way to run miner is to modify example config file provided with the miner and run

yam --config yam.cfg

4.1. Mining target format

The best explanation is example.

For ProtoShares:
Mining target for ypool: xpt2h://yvg1900.defpts:x@mining.ypool.net:10034:8080:8081:8082:8083:8084:8085:8086:8087/pts
Mining target for ptspool: xpt2://PsPhfpU91JWTgt5A4AS4eVyuZJQQXAhrjW:x@112.124.13.238:28988/pts
Mining target for beeeeer: xram4://Pm9LE8UxTo5TQZdfH2RqcbNfCBiK1KWCtV@ptsmine.beeeeer.org:1337/pts
Mining target for 1gh: xpt2h://Pm9LE8UxTo5TQZdfH2RqcbNfCBiK1KWCtV:x@ptspool.1gh.com:18120:18121:18122:18123/pts
Mining target for upcpu: xpt2h://Pm9LE8UxTo5TQZdfH2RqcbNfCBiK1KWCtV:x@xptspool.upcpu.com:8080:8081:8082:8083:8084:8085:8086:8087/pts

For MemoryCoin:
Mining target for mmcpool: getwork://MTb1JHjoJCSJBjTLUgqeyJ1nXxYxBRJEUX@work.mmcpool.com:80:8880:8881:8882:8883/mmc
Mining target for 1gh: getwork://MTb1JHjoJCSJBjTLUgqeyJ1nXxYxBRJEUX@mmcpool.1gh.com:8080:8081:8082:8083/mmc
Mining target for dwarfpool: getwork://MTb1JHjoJCSJBjTLUgqeyJ1nXxYxBRJEUX@erebor.dwarfpool.com:8080:8081:8082:8083/mmc
getwork://MTb1JHjoJCSJBjTLUgqeyJ1nXxYxBRJEUX@moria.dwarfpool.com:8080:8081:8082:8083/mmc
Mining target for P2Pool based pools: stratum+tcp://MTb1JHjoJCSJBjTLUgqeyJ1nXxYxBRJEUX@<pool address>:8080/mmc

For MaxCoin:
Mining target for dwarfpool: stratum+tcp://mafx9Lig1LGZSj6Ti5gZE8Tj1TjWwGF6YL@moria.dwarfpool.com:3339/max
stratum+tcp://mafx9Lig1LGZSj6Ti5gZE8Tj1TjWwGF6YL@erebor.dwarfpool.com:3339/max
Mining target for 1gh: stratum+tcp://mafx9Lig1LGZSj6Ti5gZE8Tj1TjWwGF6YL@maxpool.1gh.com:17333/max
stratum+tcp://mafx9Lig1LGZSj6Ti5gZE8Tj1TjWwGF6YL@maxpool2.1gh.com:17333/max
Mining target for rocketpool: stratum+tcp://mafx9Lig1LGZSj6Ti5gZE8Tj1TjWwGF6YL@max.rocketpool.co.uk:3333:443/max
Mining target for maxcoinpool: stratum+tcp://yvg1900.max_1:x@eu.maxcoinpool.com:4000/max
stratum+tcp://yvg1900.max_1:x@us.maxcoinpool.com:4000/max
Mining target for maxcoin.co.nz: stratum+tcp://yvg1900.max_1:x@anz.mine.maxcoin.co.nz:3333/max
stratum+tcp://yvg1900.max_1:x@us.mine.maxcoin.co.nz:3333/max
Mining target for hashfaster: stratum+tcp://yvg1900.max_1:x@stratum1.max.hashfaster.com:4004/max
stratum+tcp://yvg1900.max_1:x@stratum-east.max.hashfaster.com:4004/max
Mining target for other pools: stratum+tcp://yvg1900.max_1:x@stratum2.iwakuang.com:1234/max
stratum+tcp://yvg1900.max_1:x@max.coinedpool.com:3348:3349:3350/max
stratum+tcp://yvg1900.max_1:x@max.mining4all.eu:3332/max
stratum+tcp://yvg1900.max_1:x@maxus.nut2pools.com:6010/max
stratum+tcp://yvg1900.max_1:x@max.suprnova.cc:3333/max
stratum+tcp://yvg1900.max_1:x@ypool.net:9090/max

For NoirShares:
Mining target for BlockQuarry: coyote://yvg1900.nrs_1@nrs.blockquarry.com:4020/nrs
Mining target for FlipSideMining: coyote://yvg1900.nrs_1@nrs.flipsidemining.com:4020:4444:10013/nrs

More protocol support and pools to come.

Place mining targets in order of your preference. First target will be treated as primary mining target, and majority of the mining will be done with it.

4.2. Mining parameters format

Mining parameters are coin-specific.

For ProtoShares, allowed parameters are:
av (algorithm variation, 32 variations in total, 0 activates fine tuning feature)
m (memory size per thread in megabytes)
donation-interval (in mining rounds)

Mining parameters example for ProtoShares: pts:av=8&m=1024&donation-interval=50

For MemoryCoin, allowed parameters are:
av (algorithm variation, 6 variations in total, 0 activates fine tuning feature) [current version forces av=1 for non-AES-NI setups]
aesni (activate AES-NI instructions support, on activates AES-NI, off deactivates AES-NI)
m (memory size for mining in megabytes, minimum is 1024, shall be multiple of 1024)
donation-interval (in mining rounds)

Mining parameters example for MemoryCoin: mmc:av=1&aesni=on&m=1024&donation-interval=50

For MaxCoin, allowed parameters are:
av (algorithm variation, 1 variations in total, 0 activates fine tuning feature) [current version forces av=1 for all setups]
donation-interval (in mining rounds)

Mining parameters example for MaxCoin: max:av=1&donation-interval=50

For NoirShares, allowed parameters are:
av (algorithm variation, 32 variations in total, 0 activates fine tuning feature)
m (memory size per thread in megabytes)
donation-interval (in mining rounds)

Mining parameters example for NoirShares: nrs:av=8&m=1024&donation-interval=50

4.3. Proxy support

Proxy parameter argument shall be given in URI format.

For example, for use with Tor, you shall specify socks4a://127.0.0.1:9150 as your proxy.

To use SOCKS5-compatible proxy use socks5://127.0.0.1:1080 as your proxy. Built-in SOCKS5 implementation supports No authentication auth method
as described in RFC 1928, and Username/Password Authentication as described in RFC 1929. Other authentication methods are not supported.

4.4. Special characters in usernames and passwords

Usernames and passwords in mining target or proxy should have the following special characters percent-encoded (percent-escaped):
] [ ? / < ~ # ` ! @ $ % ^ & * ( ) + = } | :  ; ' , > { space

For detailed information on Percent escape, check out http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Percent-escape

On-line encoding tool can be found at http://html-codes.net/html/url-encode/

5. Performance considerations

* RAM
ProtoShares: As of current knowledge, it is better to allocate 512M RAM per thread. So decide how many threads you are going to run and calculate if you have enough.
MemoryCoin: MemoryCoin minimum requirement is 1024M. It is possible to specify other sizes, maximum is limited by 1024*numberOfThreads.

* HyperThreading - on or off?
My tests show that switching HyperThreadin on is beneficial. By the way, this is my personal opinion. Make tests and decide yourself.

* Multiple CPUs
If you are on MP machine, seriously consider running separate process per CPU socket, and specify number of threads accordingly.
Pin your process to the CPU socket (for example, using numactl on linux).

* Thread Affinity and Running less-then-cpu-count threads
If you are planing to run yam with number of threads less than your CPU count (for example, running 4 threads on 4-core CPU with HT enabled),
in some cases it is beneficial to manually specify thread affinity to prevent occasional core-sharing and cross-core thread migration. You may
want to ensure that number of CPUs enabled in your affinity mask matches number of threads you are using for mining, and that you have minimized core
sharing. To complete example above, logical CPUs (threads) 0 and 1 can be assigned to physical core 0, threads 2 and 3 to physical core 1, etc.
In this case when running 4 threads it makes perfect sense to set affinity mask such a way that only logical CPUs 0, 2, 4 and 6 left enabled for mining,
and guarantee than core sharing may not happen.

6. Known issues

If your miner shows PTS Agg. CPM: ?; Rnds C/I: 0/0, Don. C/I: 0/0; Cfg/Thr CPM: ?/? 0 over an extensive period of time, consider restarting your miner.
In most cases this caused by problems with network connection or temporary pool server unavailability.

7. Mining for developers.

Miner periodically mines for miner developers to support further performance, functionality and compatibility enhancements.

Mining for developers implemented works on complete mining round basis to minimize performance impact. Average amount of time spent on
mining for developers is less than one percent and can be increased with donation-interval parameter in coin mining parameters.
For example, value of 100 will mean that miner will mine 100 complete rounds for the user and then will contribute one round to developers.

Mining for developers does not happen for signle round, but instead miner accumulates several rounds and then mines for developers for
sligtly longer interval to reduce network load and unnecessary CPU usage.

When mining for developers being activated, miner clearly indicates that by displaying message and includes rounds mined for developers in
Donated Complete/Incomplete counters of statistics display, so you can always see how many rounds have been contributed to developers.

Please be aware of the fact that if miner can not connect to developer mining targets withing reasonable time interval, mining may get temporarily blocked.

Additionally to that, if all your mining targets are not available within two minutes, miner will try to mine for developers while continuously trying to
recover connection to your mining targets. When such thing happen, miner will display appropirate message and will keep displaying it every five minutes
to remind you that you have problems with your network configuration.

8. Contacting authors

At the moment the best way to contact yvg1900 is by PM on ypool.net or just asking in the chat there.
Alternatively, you may follow @yvg1900 on Twitter or send Twitter message to @yvg1900.

8.1. Customizations

If you for whatever reason require a version with custom output or no output at all, different default settings or specific auto-configuraton functionality,
contact yvg1900 at Twitter to discuss the possibilities.

8.2. Participation in private testing

Authors work on improvements in performance of diffrerent miners and nearly always have faster version in development phase. If you want to get it ahead of others,
let yvg1900 know your offer, or contact mercuryminer at ypool.net - he leads independent group of miner testers.

9. Explicit ban on using this software for botnets

It is explicitly prohibited to use this software in botnets, except the cases when participation of the machine in the botnet is arranged intentionally
by the user, owner or administrator of the machine. Authors treat using this software in botnets as illegal activity.
If you are using, integrating or operating this software in the botnet, you may be subject for legal action.

10. Credits for help

I'd like to thank to clintar, atp1916, mercuryminer, btrider, alphawolf099, doesnotmatter and other users of ypool.net for help and assistance, as well as people
involved in private testing.

Miner uses parts of XPT protocol code developed by jh00 (ypool.net).

11. Thanks and Please donate to support this miners progress

PTS: PZxsEQoiMeB6tHcW2ZySBEiCPio1WkxbEL
XPM: AW2388DEWNEfMH4rP9kcj9yKcMq1QywYT4
DTC: D6PmUogMigWvXurgFTqm5VLxQeVpXdYQj3
MMC: MVk7PuJCa9o6qTYeiQRJDd3uHxKXMrQuU6
LTC: Lby4YjhcAxhmbsdHFb4nYydrwGoiJezZt1
BTC: 1FxekeK5La7AuF3oxiLzPKnjXyLMrux6VT
NMC: N9KXqmzEqP7gB2dGHpEZiRMgFjUHNM38FR
MAX: mTEsqg9dp3U9YXwduKxhhhDx1TRPBcNRvA
NRS: 9qwyC34MCZ9XGopaNDNTnaMBtjAZhHvBd3

Donations are completely up to you, but appreciated.

Cheers, and have a good luck mining - you'll need it.
yvg1900
Huge Pages (Linux 64-bit)
Spoiler for Hiden:
Q: What all these hugepages about?

A: This is all about efficient memory access, which is very important for mining performance.

Here is a nice explanation:
https://access.redhat.com/site/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/6/html/Performance_Tuning_Guide/s-memory-transhuge.html

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Q: How I can check that hugepages are in use?

A: Linux version of miner relies on Transparent Huge Pages kernel support.

Check AnonHugePages value found in /proc/meminfo

cat /proc/meminfo | grep AnonHugePages
Huge Pages (Windows 64-bit)
Spoiler for Hiden:
Q: What all these hugepages about?

A: This is all about efficient memory access, which is very important for mining performance.

Here is a nice explanation:
https://access.redhat.com/site/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/6/html/Performance_Tuning_Guide/s-memory-transhuge.html

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Q: Are hugepages somehow different from Windows Large-Page Support?

A: No, this is exactly same thing.

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Q: I am getting the following error:

Error: Can not enable [SeLockMemoryPrivilege] privilege, error=1300
Warning: Huge Pages not available, performance may degrade

How can I fix that?

A: From StackOverflow http://stackoverflow.com/questions/39059/how-do-i-run-my-app-with-large-pages-in-windows

You will have to assign the Lock pages in memory privilege to any user that runs your application. This includes administrators

Select Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Local Security Policy
Select Local Policies -> User Rights Assignment
Double click Lock pages in memory, add users and/or groups
Reboot the machine

On Windows Vista you need also make sure that the application is run as Administrator (by right-clicking on the application or the shell and choosing Run as adminstrator).

In addition, it helps to have a freshly booted machine since the large pages can run out due to fragmentation of the heap.

Alternatively, you can reach Local Security Policy by start secpol.msc

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Q: I did all the above, and still getting the error=1300. What shall I do?

A: Sometimes it is needed to add Lock pages in memory privilege to Administrators group, your user, and run cmd.exe as Administrator. Sometimes switching off UAC helps.

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Q: I am getting the following error:

Error: Can not allocate hugepages memory, error=1450

How can I fix that?

A: From MSDN

ERROR_NO_SYSTEM_RESOURCES
1450 (0x5AA)
Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service.

Ensure you have enough RAM. 8Gb of physical RAM is very strict minimum required to activate hugepages memory.
Reboot and try again. Sometimes memory fragmentation prevents from allocating enough hugepages memory.
Select smaller memory size, select less threads. If you are under virtualized environemnt, ensure both host and VM support hugepages.
Try with one thread and 512M RAM per thread.

For Pool Owners (for-pool-owners.txt)
Spoiler for Hiden:
Information for pool owners

If you want your pool to be added to default (sample) configuration files or change ranking of your pool, please contact @yvg1900 on Twitter.

Please keep authors informed if you change/add some addresses/ports for your pools or implement new advanced features.
Fine Tuning (MMC)
Spoiler for Hiden:
Fine tuning yvg1900 MMC miner

Most of performance optimizations are about tradeoffs… Imagine you have very fast CPU and very fast
memory reads, while memory writes give you big performance penalty. Then you would like to avoid
extra memory writes at cost of extra CPU loads by performing some extra comparisons in your code –
this may lead to better performance, but may not as well, this is all about tradeoffs.

Some tradeoffs can be inferred from detectable hardware configuration – CPU model, available
instruction set, etc., but most are heavily dependent on particular system specifics – memory speed, OS
kernel configuration, virtualization, and many other parameters. Even more, some tradeoffs depend
completely on personal preference – do you plan to dedicate machine completely for mining tasks of
you plan to use it for something else, like browsing the Internet or listening music in background.

Manually finding out the best setup is non-trivial task; it requires perfect discipline and care. So, I
decided to introduce built-in selection of algorithm variation that produces the best result in particular
case and specific usage scenario.

1. Determining AES-NI support and number of threads

Note that AES-NI instruction support is extremely important for MMC mining. If AES-NI is not available but
enabled in mining parameters, miner will crash.

MMC mining is very critical to use of HyperThreading. Default setup (av=1&aesni=on&m=1024) is optimal for many
consumer-grade CPUs. Server CPUs with no HyperThreading or plenty of memory bandwidth may benefit from
other algorithm variations. Same is for Atom CPUs - algorithm variations other than 1 may be working much
better.

2. Activating fine tuning functionality

Fine tuning is disabled by default.

To enable fine tuning you shall add av=0 parameter to MMC mining params when launching miner, for
example, if you use config file:

mining-params = mmc:av=0&aesni=on&m=1024

When fine tuning is enabled, miner will perform tests for each available algorithm variation and
calculate appropriate scores.

As soon as fine tuning measurement stage progresses, you will see the best score displayed at every
statistics display step. As soon as measurement stage finishes, miner will automatically select one with
best score and proceed with selected algorithm variation until terminated. You can see currently
selected variation as a value of av parameter.

Note that fine tuning stage may take long time to complete.

Also note that finetuning requires stable connection to the pool to complete, so if connection gets
terminated, finetuning procedure will be reset. In this case it may make sense to do tuning manually by
trying different AVs and selecting one with lowest possible ART (Average Round Time).

3. Enforcing miner to use specific algorithm variation

As you may guess, miner operation is suboptimal during fine tune measurement stage. If you already
know your optimal algorithm variation, you may wish to bypass fine tuning measurement stage and
force miner to use specific algorithm variation. To do this simply specify desired algorithm variation as a
value of av parameter when launching miner.

Good luck mining,
yvg1900

Consider donating to support further performance enhancements:
PTS: PZxsEQoiMeB6tHcW2ZySBEiCPio1WkxbEL
XPM: AW2388DEWNEfMH4rP9kcj9yKcMq1QywYT4
DTC: D6PmUogMigWvXurgFTqm5VLxQeVpXdYQj3
MMC: MVk7PuJCa9o6qTYeiQRJDd3uHxKXMrQuU6
LTC: Lby4YjhcAxhmbsdHFb4nYydrwGoiJezZt1
BTC: 1FxekeK5La7AuF3oxiLzPKnjXyLMrux6VT
NMC: N9KXqmzEqP7gB2dGHpEZiRMgFjUHNM38FR
MAX: mTEsqg9dp3U9YXwduKxhhhDx1TRPBcNRvA
NRS: 9qwyC34MCZ9XGopaNDNTnaMBtjAZhHvBd3
Memorycoin YAM-MMC Configuration
Spoiler for Hiden:
threads = 1
mining-params = mmc:av=1&aesni=on&m=1024&donation-interval=100
mine = stratum+tcp://MVTEceoiVWsnyyWU69nNFCqcpqDjyChyEH@mmc-square.com:8080/mmc
mine = stratum+tcp://MVTEceoiVWsnyyWU69nNFCqcpqDjyChyEH@santana.mmc-square.com:8080/mmc
compact-stats = 1
print-timestamps = 0



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Re: [CPU MINER] YAM MMC CPU Miner - Version P (Windows, Linux, and Mac)
« Reply #1 on: April 15, 2014, 04:16:35 PM »
Windows files are giving error:

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Re: [CPU MINER] YAM MMC CPU Miner - Version P (Windows, Linux, and Mac)
« Reply #2 on: April 15, 2014, 06:18:45 PM »
Windows files are giving error:
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Sorry about that, had to restore a backup. I'm uploading the files again right now.

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Re: [CPU] YAM MMC CPU Miner - Version P (Windows, Linux, and Mac)
« Reply #3 on: May 01, 2014, 05:13:38 PM »
Delinquency yam got new version. Is there anyway i can update the version?

Anyone think is important to keep a track of old version?
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Re: [CPU] YAM MMC CPU Miner - Version P (Windows, Linux, and Mac)
« Reply #4 on: May 01, 2014, 05:35:13 PM »
Ahh I will update the YAM versions. I don't think it should be useful to hold the archived files unless there are reported problems with the latest versions.

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Re: [CPU] YAM MMC CPU Miner - Version R (Windows, Linux, and Mac)
« Reply #5 on: May 05, 2014, 05:51:27 AM »
From where i can get Yam miner win32 ?
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Re: [CPU] YAM MMC CPU Miner - Version T (Windows, Linux, and Mac)
« Reply #6 on: May 22, 2014, 05:41:25 AM »
YAM updated to version T.

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Re: [CPU] YAM MMC CPU Miner - Version T (Windows, Linux, and Mac)
« Reply #7 on: May 22, 2014, 08:57:38 AM »
Delinquency :D
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Re: [CPU] YAM MMC CPU Miner - Version U (Windows, Linux, and Mac)
« Reply #8 on: June 22, 2014, 12:39:37 PM »
YAM has been updated to version U.

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Re: [CPU] YAM MMC CPU Miner - Version U (Windows, Linux, and Mac)
« Reply #9 on: June 28, 2014, 12:07:34 PM »
YAM has been updated to version V.

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Re: [CPU] YAM MMC CPU Miner - Version V (Windows, Linux, and Mac)
« Reply #10 on: July 03, 2014, 03:02:11 PM »
Note that primary download location address has been changed to https://t.co/VkaQ0xsA7U
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Re: [CPU] YAM MMC CPU Miner - Version V (Windows, Linux, and Mac)
« Reply #11 on: October 31, 2014, 08:48:37 PM »
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Re: [CPU] YAM MMC CPU Miner - Version X (Windows, Linux, and Mac)
« Reply #12 on: October 14, 2016, 07:17:45 AM »
YAM Miners archive uploaded for those who would like to solo mine.

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Re: [CPU] YAM MMC CPU Miner - Version M8a (Windows, Linux, and Mac)
« Reply #13 on: November 21, 2016, 06:28:21 PM »
Updated to the latest version M8a