Team Red Miner 0.10.14: Download, Setup and Commands

Get step-by-step instructions for setting up TeamRedMiner.

In this guide, you will learn how to set up and use the TimRedMiner 0.10.14 and newer software for mining cryptocurrencies.

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TeamRedMiner is an AMD-exclusive mining software developed by programmers Todxx and Kerney666.

This software can mine cryptocurrencies such as Kaspa, Ravencoin, Grin, Zcoin and others.

It is a command line program. This means that you run it from either the Windows command line or the Linux console, or you create shortcuts to predefined command lines using a Linux Bash script or Windows command (.bat) file.

How to set up TeamRedMiner

Step 1 - Download the miner

First, you need to download the software from this GitHub Release link. Make sure you select the correct file for your OS. If you have Linux, download the .tar.gz file, if you have Windows, download the .zip file.

Step 2 - Configure a batch file for Ethereum

You need to choose the correct config file (batch file) depending on the algorithm that you want to use for mining. For example binance pool .bat file will look like this:

teamredminer.exe -a ethash -o stratum+tcp:// -u username1.worker_name -p x

Step 3 - Stat TimRedMiner

Edit this file (replace the account name username1 with your account name). You can also change the mining URL, i.e. choose another pool. Then save as a batch file - .bat- if you are on Windows or as a bash file - .sh- if you are on Linux

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Team Red Miner Ethereum Setup

stratum stratum+tcp://
PORT: 4444
Username: Wallet address
Password: Worker Password

To set up a batch file for ETH and etheremine pool, we need to enter 6 commands one by one:

batch etheremine teamredminer

  1. teamredminer.exe - the name of the program to start. Please note that the batch file itself must be in the same folder as the program itself
  2. -a ethash - after the key -a we indicate the algorithm for mining. In this example, Ether is therefore specifieded ethash
  3. -o stratum+tcp:// - we indicate the address of the pool. This example uses ethermine.
  4. :4444 - after the colon, we indicate the port of the pool. Ethermine has 4444.
  5. -u 0x0c19EfE277b4e64f26c93b3a48A26EeD310421c8 - after that -u we write the address of our wallet to which mining will go.
  6. .trmtest - we indicate the name of the worker after the dot. You can specify any. It is needed for the name of the farm, when you will be tracking statistics on the pool.

This is how the TeamRedMiner batch file for ETH on the ethermine pool will look:

teamredminer.exe -a ethash -o stratum+tcp:// -u 0x0c19EfE277b4e64f26c93b3a48A26EeD310421c8.trmtest -p x

NiceHash Config

Here is a batch file for NiceHesh:

teamredminer.exe -a kawpow -o stratum+tcp:// -u 3LZhp4g3m7YWqR4hAPrZsKWbyo7hRBmqvy.trmtest -p x

batch file for NiceHesh

This is an example for RVN:

batch file for NiceHesh example

  1. kawpow - indicate the mining algorithm. In this case, Ravencoin
  2. - specify the pool server for nicehash
  3. 3385 - we write the port from the pool
  4. 3LZhp4g3m7YWqR4hAPrZsKWbyo7hRBmqvy - and a wallet. Important! To mine for nice hash, you need to specify your BTC wallet, and not the coin you are mining.

A finished config example:

teamredminer.exe -a kawpow -o stratum+tcp:// -u 3LZhp4g3m7YWqR4hAPrZsKWbyo7hRBmqvy.trmtest -p x

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Algorithms and fees

Algorithm Fee
Ethash on Polaris GPUs 0.75%
Ethash on all other GPUs 1.0%
Kawpow 2.0%
Nimiq 2.5%
Cryptonight R 2.5%
Cryptonight v8 upx2 2.5%
Cryptonight v8 turtle 2.5%
Cryptonight v8 half 2.5%
Cryptonight v8 double 2.5%
Cryptonight v8 rwz 2.5%
Cryptonight v8 2.5%
Cryptonight heavy 2.5%
Cryptonight haven 2.5%
Cryptonight saber 2.5%
Cryptonight conceal 2.5%
Chukwa-512 (Turtlecoin) 2.5%
Chukwa-1024 (Turtlecoin) 2.5%
x16r 2.5%
x16rv2 2.5%
x16s 2.5%
x16rt 2.5%
MTP 2.5%
Cuckatoo31 2.5%
Cuckarood29 2.5%
Lyra2rev3 2.5%
Lyra2z 3.0%
Phi2 3.0%


--algo or a short synonym for this command -a - Selects the mining algorithm.

Important! Use either a long synonym --algo or a short one -a. You do not need to use this and that together.

-h, --help - display help information and exit.


Teamredminer R Mode: how to tune 100mh/s+ on Radeon VII's in Hiveos

R-mode greatly improves efficiency for ethash mining on a range of AMD gpus. It is the most complex and advanced work we've done to date. It is linux only.


At this point we do not anticipate being able to port it to windows.

R-mode contains a number of elements coercing the hardware into working better in an ethash mining setup. In other words, we’re hacking around quite hard. The upside is most definitely worth it. However, the downside is that in rare cases the combination of rig hardware, gpus, opencl version, kernel module simply doesn’t work well. We expect R-mode to work in maybe 95-97% of all cases. When it works as expected, it generally runs very stable.

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CPU mining:

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ёETH+TONё теперь поддерживается на всех графических процессорах AMD! Polaris добавили с хорошей производительностью: очень близко к максимальному хешрейту ethash и добавили 600-750 MH/s TON.


  • GPU: добавлена ​​поддержка Polaris для двойного ETH+TON (полный eth + 600-750 MH/s ton на GPU). Теперь поддерживаются все графические процессоры AMD.
  • Графический процессор: обновлен файл DUAL_ETH_MINING.txt с информацией для всех графических процессоров AMD.
  • GPU: добавлена ​​поддержка TON Pool ( Подробнее см. в TON_MINING.txt.
  • GPU: исправлена ​​ошибка, из-за которой stale shares на GPU отключались для двойного майнинга.



Major new release now adding support for FPGA ethash mining.

README highlights:

  • Added initial FPGA ethash support. See FPGA_GUIDE.txt for details.


Maintenance release with network improvements. No algo changes. No need to upgrade unless you have network issues, see changes below.

README highlights:

  • General: added offline benchmark mode for (almost) all algos (see --benchmark).
  • Network: improved situations with the Dev pool failed to connect. error message appearing.
  • Users in China should preferably run with --dev_location=cn.
  • Network: added experimental support for DNS-over-HTTPS (see --dns_https and --dns_https_sni).

  • Autolykos2: emergency release to support larger pad size from block 614400. Some GPUs (mainly Vegas) will need higher core clocks to achieve the same performance as previous versions due to larger pads breaking some previous optimizations. More optimizations to come in future releases.
  • Autolykos2: added argument --autolykos_ignore_diff for certain pools that aren’t compatible with the ERGO reference miner pool implementation.
  • Progpow: fixed wrong --help text for --prog_micro_tune.

  • Firopow/MTP: added a synthetic algo ‘mtp_firopow’ that will use the correct algo given the system time and shut down the miner at the time of the Firo fork on Oct 26.
  • Ethash/progpow: split the ethash and progpow algos into separate binaries, mainly for some Vegas that ran into stability issues going from 0.8.5 to 0.8.6.
  • Autolykos2: added support for Tonga.
  • Advanced SSL usage: changed the default SSL behavior to not provide a SNI hostname during handshake. This simplifies running tunnels against TLS/SSL ports on public pools. See the updated --help section on the -o argument for how to force a SNI hostname being sent.



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Matthew Wood

Matthew Wood

Blockchain developer and crypto trader