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CPUMiner 2.2.3 Mining Software For Windows Setup Free

CPUMiner 2.2.3 Mining Software For Windows Setup Free

Are you looking for a free and easy way to mine cryptocurrencies on your Windows PC? If yes, then you might want to try CPUMiner 2.2.3, a multi-threaded, highly optimized CPU miner for Litecoin, Bitcoin, and other cryptocurrencies. In this article, we will show you how to download, install, and configure CPUMiner 2.2.3 on your Windows PC and start mining in minutes.


What is CPUMiner 2.2.3?

CPUMiner 2.2.3 is a fork of Jeff Garzik's reference cpuminer, which is licensed under the GPLv2. It supports the getblocktemplate mining protocol as well as the Stratum mining protocol, and can be used for both solo and pooled mining. It currently supports two algorithms: SHA-256d and scrypt (N, 1, 1). It is highly optimized for x86, x86-64 and ARM architectures, and automatically uses SSE2, AVX and AVX2 instructions where available. It is lightweight, only depends on libcurl and jansson, and has been tested on a wide variety of operating systems, including Windows, Linux, OS X, a few BSDs, Solaris and AIX. CPUMiner 2.2.3 is maintained by pooler on GitHub, where you can find the latest releases, source code, and issues. The latest version of CPUMiner 2.2.3 was released on June 25, 2020.

How to download CPUMiner 2.2.3?

You can download CPUMiner 2.2.3 from [SourceForge] or [GitHub]. There are two options: you can either download the pre-compiled binaries for Windows (32-bit or 64-bit) or you can download the source code and compile it yourself. The pre-compiled binaries are easier to use, but they may be recognized as a threat by some antivirus software. If you encounter this problem, you can either whitelist the program or compile it yourself from the source code. The source code requires some dependencies to be installed before compiling, such as MinGW or MSYS. You can find more details on how to compile CPUMiner 2.2.3 from the source code on [GitHub].

How to install CPUMiner 2.2.3?

If you downloaded the pre-compiled binaries for Windows, you don't need to install anything. You just need to extract the zip file to a folder of your choice and run the minerd.exe file. If you compiled CPUMiner 2.2.3 from the source code, you will also get a minerd.exe file that you can run from the command line. You may need to add the folder where minerd.exe is located to your PATH environment variable to run it from anywhere.

How to configure CPUMiner 2.2.3?

To configure CPUMiner 2.2.3, you need to specify some parameters when running minerd.exe from the command line . The most important parameters are:

  • -a: the algorithm to use (SHA-256d or scrypt)

  • -o: the URL of the mining server (including the protocol and port)

  • -u: the username for the mining server

  • -p: the password for the mining server

  • -t: the number of threads to use (default is the number of processors)

  • -q: quiet mode (suppress non-errors)

  • --help: show help message and exit

For example, if you want to mine Litecoin using scrypt algorithm on a pool with URL stratum+tcp://, username user123, password pass123, and four threads, you can run the following command:

minerd.exe -a scrypt -o stratum+tcp:// -t 4 -q

You can find more parameters and options on [GitHub] or by running minerd.exe --help.

How to start mining with CPUMiner 2.2.3?

Once you have configured CPUMiner 2.2.3, you can start mining by running minerd.exe with the parameters you specified . You will see some output on the command line showing the hash rate, accepted shares, rejected shares, and other information . You can also check your mining progress and earnings on the pool website using your username and password . To stop mining, you can press Ctrl+C on the command line or close the minerd.exe window .


In this article, we have shown you how to download, install, and configure CPUMiner 2.2.3 on your Windows PC and start mining cryptocurrencies for free. CPUMiner 2.2.3 is a multi-threaded, highly optimized CPU miner for Litecoin, Bitcoin, and other cryptocurrencies that supports the getblocktemplate and Stratum mining protocols. It is easy to use, lightweight, and compatible with various operating systems. However, it may not be the most efficient or profitable way to mine cryptocurrencies, as CPU mining is generally slower and more power-consuming than GPU or ASIC mining. You may want to compare different mining software and hardware options before deciding which one to use.


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