A freeware Timer which cycles through a range of CryptoCoins using CPU Mining (scrypt or sha256d). Just add a heap of Coin types, set the schedule, hit the "Start" button and off you go! The CPU Miner is included, although I didn't write that component - all credit to the author for a great miner.
"Mine Time" allows you to mine various different coins continuously from 15 minutes per coin to 24 hours per coin and then start at the top of the list again. It's a "Set & Forget" program which makes my life easier - no more batch files - and I hope it makes your life a little bit better.
Included in the download archive is a copy of CPUMiner so you're ready to go right away. I've used this particular miner because I only do CPU mining and it has worked flawlessly for me from day one. All you need to start mining is a Wallet Address for each of the coins you want to mine.
Designed to work with any P2Pool and MPOS pool types. If you're new to cryptocoin and want a fairly new coin to mine with good returns, try Ultimate Coin whose MPOS Pool can be found at http://pool.ultcoin.org
Download version 1.5 (20 May 2014)
[Changes in 1.5]
1. Disabled Threads and Schedule fields while mining to prevent changes once started.
2. Newly created coins will be mined first to test. Don't wait until end of cycle to find errors.
[Changes in 1.4]
1. Added support for Username, Worker, and Worker Password.
[Changes in v1.3]
1. Minor cosmetic changes.
2. Tidied up usage of ini file.
3. When 5 or more connection errors detect it moves to next coin type.
[Changes in v1.2]
1. I forgot to include the minerd.exe in 32bit - fixed!!!
2. Bug preventing use of sha256d has been fixed.
[Changes in v1.1]
1. Checks to ensure Mine Time isn't already running.
2. /S Command Line Param forces Mine Time to start mining when loaded.
3. Added option to Edit existing miners.
After each completed cycle, 5 minutes worth of mining will be done for me. For example, if you have 8 miners set up and each run for 6 hours then once every 48 hours 5 minutes of your CPU will be used to mine for me. That isn't much to ask is it?
Extract the downloaded archive to a folder of your choice. Run "minetime.exe" and add your coin types by right clicking in the "Scheduled Miners" list. Personally, I add my crypto folder to the anti-virus exclusion list because minerd.exe triggers a false positive.
Note on 32 & 64Bit versions
The Mine Time application itself is 32bit, the only difference between the two downloads is the CPU Miner (minerd.exe) included is 32 or 64bit. The 32bit version will work on both, but obviously the 64bit version will spit the dummy on a 32bit platform.
Delete the folder - all done! Mine Time makes no changes to your system and once you've deleted the folder it's all gone.
I did not write the mining software, all I've done is write a timer application to wrap around it to make my life easier. If it works for you then that's great - if not - oops!
Whilst there is no support for Mine Time I will do my best to resolve any serious bugs you find. Send mail to minetime[ at ] craigedgar.com
I've used, and been happy with, the following Pools;
Some of my Coin Addresses