Release a dedicated GUI miner for Feathercoin
A guiminer that doesn't just look like a bunch of boxes and has all the Feathercoin pools populated via a web service. And an auto-register button so you can put in your info once, press a button, and start mining on any pool, since most pools use the same interface anyway.
Paul Medina commented
Thanks for this idea. I like it! Your suggestion is certainly good, but why do we need another miner that uses a standard interface. Isn't it easier to mine cryptocurrency through literate trading operations on exchanges? I think you should familiarize yourself with how to do this using training videos on YouTube in which experienced traders talk about this method and show how it works. I managed to find about a hundred videos on this topic there and I noticed that such videos were often posted on channels that had about 52 thousand subscribers! I am sure that behind such numbers is the use of ulug https://soclikes.com/buy-youtube-subscribers by the authors of such videos in order to wind up subscribers on YouTube.
stephen s commented
Good information thanks for sharing
Actually this is now a good idea. Possibly a fron t end for CGminer, pre set up to scrypt.and therefor Feathercoin CGminer 3.7.2 is the last one for GPUs. It would be good to maintain that with Feathercoin defaults.
Never knew about bitminter haha. I think it'd be good to have something like that, recognizes your primary card. That way you can have a "In use" or "Not In use" option, where the "Not In Use" utilizes the best intensity for performance and the "In Use" option eases on the params for the primary card so the user can still use his computer. You can even add a third option to use all but your primary card, in case you're doing graphics or gaming with the computer.
Yeah! You should make a GUI like bitminter did. So that way, you don't have to fool with thread concurrency and new comers can adopt Feathercoin with ease.
With the bitminter GUI, you just install, and go! No need to know any command lines. And it even works with nVidia cards too (that's how I mined my first few Bitcoins with Bitminter)!
It would be even better if it was incorporated to the client somehow! That way a single download can get you started with Feathercoin and with mining, apart of course from any dependencies you need to download from AMD for example.
It would also be nice if the interface recognized if one of the pool was having an issues and would fall back to your secondary pool choice, occasionally checking in on your primary pool to know when to jump back in (since it's PPLNS, so you don't want to let that built up reward go to waste).