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December 05, 2013, 02:01:01 AM
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Hi guys..

I'm ready to mine and need some help.

There are allot of pools to pick from but I thought I'd ask the experienced crew before I jump in.

Which pool to I pick to get started?
I like ghash.io's detailed view of what's being mined.  Something like that?

PS:  Is ghash.io a pool? Or is it only used for CEX.io?

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December 05, 2013, 05:24:47 PM
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I can't answer the questions but I did use bitminter and slush and they were both great.  As for a multicoin I have used multipool and it worked great.  The best thing I think is having a responsive owner of the pool because something will ALWAYS go wrong, it's just a matter of you knowing what's going on.  Good luck
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