NoDevFee v15.0: How to disable DevFee in the Claymore, Phoenix, T-Rex and other miners



NoDevFee – How to disable DevFee commission in the miner

NoDevFee is a universal solution to disable mining fees. The utility is able to return the cryptocurrency – in the DevFee parameter, which is about 0.5 ~ 2% of the total number of miner solutions. The app can be used for both GPU/CPU and FPGA, ASIC, etc. mining rigs. Supported cryptocurrencies: The app works for cryptocurrencies such as BTC, ETH, ETC, XMR, ZCash, RVN, RTM, VTC, etc. d

Attention! There is a commission on absolutely all miners, even where it says NoDevFee, NoFee, 0% Fee and so on! Don’t be fooled, just take our word for it.

To begin with, we will give you a link to the statistics of the wallet of the Claymore miner developer, where your hard-earned 1-2% are dripping. https://www. etherchain.org/account/3509F7bd9557F8a9b793759b3E3bfA2Cd505ae31. That’s thousands of dollars a day. Not surprising since almost the whole world uses his miner. Of course, we can reduce the commission in the miner settings with commands like “-nofee”, but this will lead to a drop in the hash rate. This is what the miner developers themselves say in their instructions:

  • The idea is simple: we decrypt the source code of the miner, insert your wallet instead of the developer’s wallet, encrypt it back and now the entire commission that should go to the developer goes to our wallet.

Developers with GitHub brought this idea to life and presented us with a quick solution to this issue by writing a simple softink that sews developers’ wallets and easily searches for them in the miner and changes them to yours (which you specify in the config file).

NoDevFee is suitable for most popular miners, regardless of their versions:

  • Claymore’s Dual Ethereum+Decred_Siacoin_Lbry_Pascal AMD+NVIDIA GPU Miner
  • Claymore’s CryptoNote AMD GPU Miner
  • CPUMiner-gr
  • Zec miner
  • T-Rex miner
  • SRBMiner-Multi
  • GMiner
  • ccminer
  • XMRig
  • ewbf
  • EthashMiner
  • Ethminer
  • Cast XMR
  • SRBMiner-CN
  • dstm’s ZCash / Equihash Nvidia Miner
  • Excavator
  • NiceHashMiner
  • JerryMiner
  • Claymore’s BTG AMD GPU Miner
  • Claymore’s ZCash/BTG GPU Miner
  • BTG nVidia miner
  • MOD lbry
  • WuldRig Multi
  • Bminer
  • Kawpowminer (RAVECOIN)
  • PhoenixMiner
  • and many others.

Manual for NoDevFee

1. Download the latest version of NoDevFee.

2. Unpack it into the folder with the miner. Turn off mining.

3. Open config.cfg using notepad ++ (https://notepad-plus-plus.org/) and change the wallet of the desired algorithm to your own:

Save config.cfg

4. Run Nofee.exe, if we did everything right, a window will appear: DevFee Wallet

5. We start mining.

Now DevFee (commission) is mined for you, that is, 100% of your capacities are working for you!

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