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October 28, 2017, 06:52:45 PM
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what pool can I choose today?
what are their differences?

One of the important differences between the pools is the cost of entry and the existence of the affiliate program. also, there are a lot of fakes

I use Bitclub Pool. And I'am satisfied.

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October 28, 2017, 07:01:03 PM
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what pool can I choose today?
what are their differences?

One of the important differences between the pools is the cost of entry and the existence of the affiliate program. also, there are a lot of fakes

I use Bitclub Pool. And I'am satisfied.

What you are describe is NOT a pool, but a Ponzi scheme.  Stay away from those!

A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
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November 03, 2017, 06:22:42 AM
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ant pool , btc.top , btc.com, btcc etc these are the bitcoin mining list
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November 03, 2017, 10:15:45 AM
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Thanks for the info. Is this the top of mining pools?
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November 04, 2017, 12:38:02 PM
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what pool can I choose today?
what are their differences?

One of the important differences between the pools is the cost of entry and the existence of the affiliate program. also, there are a lot of fakes

I use Bitclub Pool. And I'am satisfied.

I also mine with BitclubNetwork. In 10 months I was able to make what I invested into it and this pool is to run for approximately 3years. 

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November 04, 2017, 01:46:46 PM
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what pool can I choose today?
what are their differences?

One of the important differences between the pools is the cost of entry and the existence of the affiliate program. also, there are a lot of fakes

I use Bitclub Pool. And I'am satisfied.

I also mine with BitclubNetwork. In 10 months I was able to make what I invested into it and this pool is to run for approximately 3years.  
If instead you bought bitcoin, you would have got about 10x what you invested 10 months ago - the current price is about 10x what it was then.

This is why scams like BitClubNetwork get away with ripping everyone off.
Most people have absolutely no idea about finance and investment - most are fools happy to give away their money to make someone else rich.
Over that 10 months, they made a huge profit, multiple times what you gave them, with your money.

To see where you went wrong, it's quite simple:
If you gave them 10 BTC back then, they've now given you back, over that time, the equivalent of 1BTC now.
Hmm wow that seems bad doesn't it, they gave you back 1/10th of what you gave them ... ... ... ...

If instead the price of Bitcoin had not risen, it would have been you who lost, not them.

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November 06, 2017, 02:55:00 PM
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How many bitcoins are you guys getting by using antminer s9 currently?
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November 07, 2017, 05:44:31 PM
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November 08, 2017, 05:54:16 AM
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Hi
Is this the top of mining pools?

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November 08, 2017, 11:40:01 AM
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what pool can I choose today?
what are their differences?

One of the important differences between the pools is the cost of entry and the existence of the affiliate program. also, there are a lot of fakes

I use Bitclub Pool. And I'am satisfied.

What you are describe is NOT a pool, but a Ponzi scheme.  Stay away from those!

   You're wrong, man. All the information can be easily verified on this website https://blockchain.info/pools. That is all that is not specified here, is already questionable

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November 08, 2017, 12:14:41 PM
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what pool can I choose today?
what are their differences?

One of the important differences between the pools is the cost of entry and the existence of the affiliate program. also, there are a lot of fakes

I use Bitclub Pool. And I'am satisfied.

What you are describe is NOT a pool, but a Ponzi scheme.  Stay away from those!

   You're wrong, man. All the information can be easily verified on this website https://blockchain.info/pools. That is all that is not specified here, is already questionable

Paying, up front, for the privilege of mining on a site is NOT a pool.  A legitimate pool takes it's fees from found blocks only!

A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
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November 08, 2017, 12:58:27 PM
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Lulz vadi4 clearly can't understand what I posted further up Smiley
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=104664.msg24028732#msg24028732

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November 10, 2017, 12:38:21 PM
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Can you add my pool. please? What information do you need?
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November 14, 2017, 04:16:10 PM
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This post is designed as a handy short cut to help you find your favourite pool's forum thread, or shop for a new pool. The hashrate is an average based on a pool's published statistics for the week, unless that pool does not publish round history on API or html, in which case it's the hashrate when the list was updated. I'll endeavour to add more pools as I can.

Mining luck FAQ: http://organofcorti.blogspot.com/2015/07/faq-bitcoin-mining-and-luck-statistic.html

If you are interested in alt-coins, try the Alt-coins Mining Pools List: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=374454.0



If any miners need more information than appears in the list, post here. If there are any mistakes, pool ops please reply in the thread.

NOTE FOR BITCOIN POOL OPERATORS: If your pool doesn't appear here please post the pool's statistics in the following format:

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Pool:                      <Pool name>
Website:                 <Pool URL>
Proxy:                    Are you a proxy pool? Options: Yes / No
Generation address:  If you are not a proxy pool, what is the address to which block rewards are paid?
Coinbase signature: If you sign the coinbase, what string do you use to identify your blocks?
Payout method:        eg DGM, PPLNS, PPS
Fee:                        Percentage of reward taken as fee
Pay Tx Reward:        Do you pay the tx fees to the miners?
Vardiff:                   options: "User defined" or if automatic quote the shares per minute you're aiming at, eg "20 SPM"
Local Work:             options: stratum / gbt / p2pool
Pay Orphans:           Do you reward miners even if a block is orphaned? Options: Yes / no.
Min Withdrawal:       What is the minimum amount a miner can withdraw?
Merge Mining:          Options: Yes / No


Thank you to Meni Rosenfeld, whose Pool summary appears in the post below the current pools list.

Please refer to https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Comparison_of_mining_pools for pool features not listed here.

REDUCING REWARD VARIANCE You do not have to mine at only one pool. In order to reduce your income variance, you should mine at multiple pool. As well as reducing variance, this will also help decentralise the network. Details in this post:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=78031.0

If you are interested in p2pool specifically there maybe useful information here:
     http://poolnode.info/
     http://nodes.p2pool.co/
     http://minefast.coincadence.com/


Recent pool support of Core, Unlimited and other (thanks to coin.dance)

https://coin.dance/blocks/image/segwit.png
https://coin.dance/blocks/image/core.png
https://coin.dance/blocks/image/unlimited.png
https://coin.dance/blocks/image/other.png



P2Pool proxy mining pools

   Pay Tx         Pay   
PoolFeereward?Variable difficulty?   Local work?orphans?    Min withdrawalMerged mining?
      Mergemining.com         1%      Yes      p2pool      p2poolNo      NA, hourly payoutYes (see post in this thread)
      Multipool.us         1.5%      No      User defined      StratumNo      UnknownNo
       pool.cryptopros.com         1.5%      Yes      Unknown      Stratum   Unknown      UnknownUnknown


DGM mining pools               
   
   Pay Tx         Pay   
PoolFeereward?Variable difficulty?   Local work?orphans?    Min withdrawalMerged mining?
      BTC Dig.com         0%      No      20SPM / User defined       Stratum       No   0.001No
      mmpool.org         1.5%      Yes      12 SPM      Stratum   No      0.005Yes
                              
         
               
PPLNS mining pools

   Pay Tx         Pay   
PoolFeereward?Variable difficulty?   Local work?orphans?    Min withdrawalMerged mining?
      BCMonster.com         0.5%      Yes      12 SPM   Stratum   No      0.0001No
      BitClubPool         0%      No      18 SPM   Stratum   No      0.002No
      Bitminter         1%      Yes      20 SPM / user defined   Stratum   No      0.0001Yes
      GBMiners         0.9%      Yes      18 SPM    Stratum   No      0.01No
      GIVE-ME-COINS.com         0%      Yes   16 SPM / user defined      Stratum   No      0.01Currently disabled
       Jonny Bravo's Mining Emporium         0.5%      Yes   12 SPM      Stratum   No      0.001 No
      Kano         0.9%      Yes      18 SPM   Stratum   No      paid out each blockNo
      p2Pool         0%      Yes      p2Pool      p2Pool   No      UnknownNo
      RigPool.com         0.5%      Yes      4 SPM   Stratum   No      0.001No



         
PPLNS variant mining pools

PoolFeePay TxVariableLocalPayMinMergedVariant
Reward?difficulty?work?orphans?withdrawalmining?explanation
ckpool.org0.5%Yes18 SPMStratumNo0.0000546No[Link]



            
            
PPS mining pools

WARNING
Be careful of low fee PPS-only pools that do not explain how they will afford to pay miners when the pool has a downturn in luck.

   Pay Tx         Pay   
PoolFeereward?Variable difficulty?   Local work?orphans?    Min withdrawalMerged mining?
      BTC.com         4%      Yes      User defined    Stratum   Yes       0.00005Yes
      Discus Fish         4%      No      Dynamic    Stratum   Yes       0.0005Yes


PPS variant mining pools               
      
   Pay Tx         Pay   
PoolFeereward?Variable difficulty?   Local work?orphans?    Min withdrawalMerged mining?
      Eligius         0%      Yes    32 SPM      GBT & Stratum      Yes      UnknownYes
      




Proportional mining pools

   Pay Tx         Pay   
PoolFeereward?Variable difficulty?   Local work?orphans?    Min withdrawalMerged mining?
      Tricky's Bitcoin Pool         0%      Yes    Variable      Stratum / gbt    No      0.001No


Slush exponentially scored mining pools

   Pay Tx         Pay   
PoolFeereward?Variable difficulty?   Local work?orphans?    Min withdrawalMerged mining?
      Slush         2%      Yes      20 SPM      Stratum   No      0.01No
                  

Solo-mining pools

   Pay Tx         Pay   
PoolFeereward?Variable difficulty?   Local work?orphans?    Min withdrawalMerged mining?
      Crypto-Miners Club         0.5%      Yes      12 SPM / user defined      Stratum   No 0.01No
      NiceHash Solo         0.5%      Yes   18 SPM   Stratum   No      1 block rewardNo
      Solo.ckpool         0.5%      Yes   18 SPM   Stratum   No      1 block rewardNo



Proxy mining pools

The pools do not solve blocks themselves, but send your work to other pools. You should make sure you are satisfied that they will not send your work to a pool you do not wish to support.

   Pay Tx         Pay   
PoolFeereward?Variable difficulty?   Local work?orphans?    Min withdrawalMerged mining?
      Cloudminer.com         3%      Yes      18 SPM      StratumYes      0.0005No
      NiceHash         2%      No      User defined      Stratum   Yes      0.0001No
      







Do these websites allow us to hire more GPU Miner?

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November 14, 2017, 09:18:26 PM
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Do these websites allow us to hire more GPU Miner?
GPU's CANNOT profitably mine BTC and have been obsolete here for over 4 years.
GPU's can ONLY be use to profitably mine altcoins. Yes the alts can be exchanged for BTC but that is NOT the same as mining BTC
OP and topic of this thread is BITCOIN pools -- not alts.
Learn what the various crypto coins actually are and post in the correct areas. For GPU and other altcoin queries that sure as hell is not here....

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November 17, 2017, 08:50:00 AM
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what pool can I choose today?
what are their differences?

One of the important differences between the pools is the cost of entry and the existence of the affiliate program. also, there are a lot of fakes

I use Bitclub Pool. And I'am satisfied.

i choose f2pool  Smiley
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