T-Rex 0.19.11: Nvidia CUDA GPU Miner (DevFee is 1%)

T-Rex 0.15.3: Download with KAWPOW support for mining RavenCoin (RVN)

Changes V0.19.11:

IMPORTANT NOTE: This release mainly is a security patch for a vulnerability caused by binding miner API to IP address by default thus exposing it to the outside world and allowing to perform various attacks. So, we strongly recommend updating to this version OR specifying --api-bind-http --api-bind-telnet as additional miner arguments in your bat/sh script to prevent these attacks. If you need to access the API or the Web UI from another device in your local network, you can bind the API to in which case it is recommended to disallow any config modifications with --api-read-only flag or set up your firewall in a way that prevents unauthorised access to the API. Security features like API password may be added in future releases. If you’re running one of the Linux based mining operating systems like HiveOS, mmpOS and so on, you’re very likely not affected as they bind T-Rex API servers to by default.

Bug fixes:

  • (API) Bind API servers to by default to prevent unauthorised access to the API
  • (API) Miner pause functionality is broken (regression)
  • Extranonce Support for Nicehash

Bug fix:

  • (Windows) Miner does not start when using v450 + video drivers

T-Rex is a universal cryptocurrency mining software that supports many algorithms. DevFee: Development fee is 1% (3% for Tensority).

T-Rex supports the following mining algorithms:

  • ethash
  • etchash
  • octopus
  • kawpow
  • mtp
  • progpow
  • progpowz
  • progpow-veriblock
  • progpow-veil
  • x16rt
  • x16r
  • x16rv2
  • x16s
  • x17
  • x22i
  • x25x
  • x21s
  • x11r
  • geek
  • bcd
  • hmq1725
  • honeycomb
  • tensority
  • dedal
  • sha256t
  • sha256q
  • timetravel
  • lyra2z
  • bitcore
  • sonoa
  • renesis
  • balloon
  • polytimos
  • skunk
  • c11
  • phi
  • tribus
  • GLT algos: astralhash, jeonghash, padihash, pawelhash


T-Rex supports command line arguments similar to that of ccminer:

t-rex -a ethash -o stratum+tcp://ru-eth.hiveon.net:4444 -u <wallet> -p x


t-rex -a kawpow -o stratum+tcp://rvn.2miners.com:6060 -u <wallet> -p x


t-rex -a mtp -o stratum+tcp://xzc.2miners.com:8080 -u <wallet> -p x

To get the full list of supported options run:

t-rex -h

JSON configuration file

To start T-Rex with the config.txt configuration file, enter in the console: t-rex -c config.txt. Use the config_example file as a starting point for creating your own configuration. You can also use environment variables: just put % YOUR_ENV_VAR% anywhere in your configuration file and it will automatically replace the value of the YOUR_ENV_VAR variable at run time.


The watchdog timer is designed to monitor the state of the miner and restarts the T-Rex in the event of a failure or freezing for any reason. In addition, the watchdog timer can optionally perform automatic updates if a newer version is available. We recommend that you use a watchdog timer to avoid mining downtime and make sure your GPUs are busy 24/7. If you need to disable the watchdog, you can do this with the --no-watchdog parameter.


By default, the HTTP API server communicates with . This means that you can access your miner through external and internal network interfaces.

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