Mining Pyrin

Step by step guide for Pyrin mining

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How to mine Pyrin

In this post I will briefly describe Pyrin blockchain, and will provide mining tips for those who want to participate.

About Pyrin blockchain

The source-code of Pyrin is forked from KASPA, whith only difference in the hashing algorithm. Pyrin is using a new ASIC resistent algorithm named Blake 3. Beside this in the roadmap of Pyrin are also Smart Contracts, and intergration with other blockchains. The Pyrin native token is PYI, and is already supported by some exchanges.

Emission schedule

Pyrin was fair-launched in November 2023, with no pre-mine, pre-sales, or coin allocations.
The emission schedule follows a halving pattern once per year, with smooth monthly reductions.
The first reduction will take place on the 24th of December.
Max. supply is 1 billion coins.
Initially the block reward starts with 17.00 PYI
More detailed shedule is published on Pyrin web site pyrin_emission_schedule.pdf

Mining Pyrin

Pyrin is using a Blake 3 algorithm.

Pyrin Wallet

If you do not have an Pyrin Wallet, you should obtain one. The easiest way is to create a web wallet at
Mobile wallet for Android is available at Google Play

Mining hardware

Blake 3 is ASIC resistent algorithm, and works best for GPU mining.

Here are some of the mining software, that can be used for mining Pyrin.

Mining software
Miner Source Dev Fee Hadrware OS Download
lolMiner closed source 1.00% NVIDIA, AMD Windows/Linix lolMiner
BZMiner closed source 1.00% NVIDIA, AMD Windows/Linix BZMiner
SRBMiner closed source 0.85% NVIDIA, AMD Windows/Linix SRBMiner
Team Red Miner closed source 1.00% NVIDIA, AMD Windows/Linix TeamRedMiner
Rigel closed source 1.00% NVIDIA, AMD Windows/Linix Rigel

Pool URLs
Pool Hardware Stratum Difficulty Pool URL
PPS Any Auto
Solo Any Auto

To start mining

1. Download the and unpack the miner

If your Windows suggest that the miners are "potentially unwanted" software, you may need to select "Allow on device" option in Windows Security settings.

2. Test the connection with the pool

Find the nearest server to your geographical area, and ping it. If the ping is done for less than 100ms, you can consider this server for mining.

$ ping
3. Run the miner

Run the miner. The command line depends from you miner, and your OS. For example to start mining with NBMiner, the run command is:

$ ./lolMiner --algo PYRIN --pool --user [address].[workername]

You can quickly configure your command in our PYI Pool Page and tap "Start Mining" button.

Good luck!

Yours Max Mustermann
Developer, Miner


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