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January 13, 2017, 05:14:03 PM
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http://www.zpool.ca
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zpool offers 20+ algos and 130+ currencies to mine.  

Payouts occur every 6 hours for balances over 0.005 BTC. If you don't earn that much, every Sunday miners with 0.0005 or more are paid out.

The advantage of the pool is that you can utilize your ASIC equipment  and GPU's to earn BTC. You can however, mine using any currency we currently have enabled to receive your payouts in that currency. However, Non-BTC payouts depend on that coin being mined as your BTC balance is traded internally by our system to your currency of choice. If we have not or are not mining that currency your payouts will be delayed until the pool has mined the blocks for you to get paid. If you notice in the pools status that the currency is red, it means there is not sufficient amounts of the currency to pay miners. It is always recommended to use BTC as altcoins can be dropped from exchanges and our pool at anytime, forfeiting any earnings.

Utilizing unique fractional hashrate distribution over available coins, we minimize blockchain disruption and maximize miners hash and profitability.

zpool has the ability to automatically switch between most profitable algos as well as coins with its multialgo functionality. See here for setup instructions:

http://www.zpool.ca/site/multialgo

For ports and stratum hosts check out:

http://www.zpool.ca

Custom DIFF can be set using the password field. This can be used to support large ASIC devices such as Antminers, Titans, Nice Hash and other rentals:

http://www.zpool.ca/site/diff

Any issues, please log a support ticket: http://support.zpool.ca

Cheers and Happy Hashing!

Twitter: https://twitter.com/_zpool_

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yqHwMGVPslI

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January 13, 2017, 05:14:15 PM
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█▓▒░-< [ FlexFee™ >-░▒▓█

FlexFee™ is an exclusive fee system on www.zpool.ca only. This fee system is enabled on select algos which reduces the fee's on the pool based on the hashrate. The more hashrate, the less fees. Check for the green lines on the pool hashrate graphs to know if they are FlexFee™ enabled.

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January 18, 2017, 03:40:30 PM
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Recently we've made improvements to out stratum servers. This should improve the stability of large SHA256 & SCRYPT ASCI miners. We've reduced the number of work restarts by excluding AUXPOW coins from issuing new work requests. This should show the biggest improvements on the algos which have a lot of AUXPOW coins such as SHA256 and SCRYPT but will see improvements on any algo with AUXPOW coins enabled.  Inadvertently, this should also have a slight improvement to NiceHash miners as NH charges extra fee's for work restarts.

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January 19, 2017, 12:56:48 AM
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0.1 $BTC bounty to complete livecoin.net exchange trading: https://github.com/tpruvot/yiimp/issues/68 … Should be quick and easy for the experienced php developer

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January 27, 2017, 02:50:42 AM
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what is the hashtap tab and how does it work.. is it like nicehash where you rent the hash from the pool towards another pool? and how does the value of this hash get distributed to the miners?

it seems like a cool idea, but there isnt much info about it.
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January 27, 2017, 03:19:12 PM
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what is the hashtap tab and how does it work.. is it like nicehash where you rent the hash from the pool towards another pool? and how does the value of this hash get distributed to the miners?

it seems like a cool idea, but there isnt much info about it.


Yes, it's basically similar to NH. You create an account, fund it with BTC to the unique address you get generated, then add your pools for which ever algos you want to rent hash from.

You only get charged the CURRENT HashTap price, but you can set a MAX price you're willing to pay. Factors that can affect how much hash you get is your MAX price, your remote pool's DIFF, amount of miners to rent from, your MAX hash.

Unlike NH, there are no penalties for work restarts.

When I get some time, I'll try and write some FAQ's and get them available online.

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January 27, 2017, 11:07:00 PM
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what is the hashtap tab and how does it work.. is it like nicehash where you rent the hash from the pool towards another pool? and how does the value of this hash get distributed to the miners?

it seems like a cool idea, but there isnt much info about it.


Yes, it's basically similar to NH. You create an account, fund it with BTC to the unique address you get generated, then add your pools for which ever algos you want to rent hash from.

You only get charged the CURRENT HashTap price, but you can set a MAX price you're willing to pay. Factors that can affect how much hash you get is your MAX price, your remote pool's DIFF, amount of miners to rent from, your MAX hash.

Unlike NH, there are no penalties for work restarts.

When I get some time, I'll try and write some FAQ's and get them available online.

Cheers

its a great idea but in order for anyone to want to buy our hash it would have to be cheaper than NH.. unfortunately if you sold the hash that low it would affect our payouts as NH seems to always be at or under 100% bitcoin payout.
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January 27, 2017, 11:22:09 PM
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its a great idea but in order for anyone to want to buy our hash it would have to be cheaper than NH.. unfortunately if you sold the hash that low it would affect our payouts as NH seems to always be at or under 100% bitcoin payout.


NH doesn't have all the algos I offer and don't forget you loose ~15-20% using NH on multipools due to the extra fees for work restarts. Pricing for HashTap is real world based off the coins in the pool, which you can see on each algo's stats.

I won't be underselling the miners, it is the miners multpool after all Smiley

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its a great idea but in order for anyone to want to buy our hash it would have to be cheaper than NH.. unfortunately if you sold the hash that low it would affect our payouts as NH seems to always be at or under 100% bitcoin payout.


NH doesn't have all the algos I offer and don't forget you loose ~15-20% using NH on multipools due to the extra fees for work restarts. Pricing for HashTap is real world based off the coins in the pool, which you can see on each algo's stats.

I won't be underselling the miners, it is the miners multpool after all Smiley

sounds interesting i cant wait to see how it works out..
i have one other question tho that i been noticing.. for like sha256 when you go to the pool tab you see all the coins and the exchange rate for the coins.. why is it that most of the time the majority of the hash is on coins far down the list and not on the top one? is it just lag and it takes time to switch the miners?

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January 28, 2017, 01:36:35 AM
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sounds interesting i cant wait to see how it works out..
i have one other question tho that i been noticing.. for like sha256 when you go to the pool tab you see all the coins and the exchange rate for the coins.. why is it that most of the time the majority of the hash is on coins far down the list and not on the top one? is it just lag and it takes time to switch the miners?



yeah I hope it works well for people. I think we'll have a better idea once more people start using it and giving me feedback...

Yeh, coins that are getting mined but are down the list were most likely just at the top and dropped down. Once it detects it needs to find a more profitable coin, the system then needs to identify all the workers on the coin, their hashrates, and which other coin(s) their hash should go to next. Then start moving them around again.

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February 01, 2017, 04:12:23 PM
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what is new option Hash Tap?
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February 01, 2017, 04:19:58 PM
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what is new option Hash Tap?

I posted a bit of info here about it:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1751272.msg17641979#msg17641979

It's essentially a hash renting service so you can rent hash from the pool to use on other pools. For instance, if you want to mine on some solo pool, you can rent the hash and point it at the solo pool.


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February 01, 2017, 05:47:09 PM
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Nice to see zpool grow and improve continously!

Your HashTap sounds pretty cool, I like especially the part about no penalties for work restarts.
Do you offer an API to query current prices, query balance, rent hash, adjust maximum price etc. programmatically ?

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February 01, 2017, 06:54:51 PM
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Nice to see zpool grow and improve continously!

Your HashTap sounds pretty cool, I like especially the part about no penalties for work restarts.
Do you offer an API to query current prices, query balance, rent hash, adjust maximum price etc. programmatically ?

Cheers - psycodad

Thanks!

All the rental stuff can be found in our API:

http://www.zpool.ca/site/api

You can't create new jobs, but you can start and stop them, change price and hashrates and view the status of all jobs.


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February 01, 2017, 07:29:11 PM
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Nice to see zpool grow and improve continously!

Your HashTap sounds pretty cool, I like especially the part about no penalties for work restarts.
Do you offer an API to query current prices, query balance, rent hash, adjust maximum price etc. programmatically ?

Cheers - psycodad

Thanks!

All the rental stuff can be found in our API:

http://www.zpool.ca/site/api

You can't create new jobs, but you can start and stop them, change price and hashrates and view the status of all jobs.

Thank you, did miss that page. That seems to have all functionality I need, will definitely give it a whirl.
One thing I still not completely understand is: How do I determine the lowest price that I have to pay to get miners/hash (I am bit fixed to think about it in NH terms where I lookup the lowest order that gets hash).
Or is HashTap from the miner and pool perspective just "another" coin, which gets switched to when the renter offers a better profit than all other coins at that moment?

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February 01, 2017, 07:52:45 PM
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Nice to see zpool grow and improve continously!

Your HashTap sounds pretty cool, I like especially the part about no penalties for work restarts.
Do you offer an API to query current prices, query balance, rent hash, adjust maximum price etc. programmatically ?

Cheers - psycodad

Thanks!

All the rental stuff can be found in our API:

http://www.zpool.ca/site/api

You can't create new jobs, but you can start and stop them, change price and hashrates and view the status of all jobs.

Thank you, did miss that page. That seems to have all functionality I need, will definitely give it a whirl.
One thing I still not completely understand is: How do I determine the lowest price that I have to pay to get miners/hash (I am bit fixed to think about it in NH terms where I lookup the lowest order that gets hash).
Or is HashTap from the miner and pool perspective just "another" coin, which gets switched to when the renter offers a better profit than all other coins at that moment?


The HashTap price, is the min price you'd need to set, to get hash from the pool.

So if HashTap price is currently 1 (and this is always fluctuating since all the coins on the pool do the same) and if you set your MaxPrice to 1... you get hash while it's still 1 and if it goes lower to say 0.75 etc... if HashTap goes over your max price, hash will stop but you'll only pay whatever the HashTap price is. So even if you set your Max Price to 5, you won't pay 5.... unless of course the price booms to 5, but thats not realistic, you'll just allow for more fluctuations and pay only the HashTap price...

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Wanted to give it a try, deposited 0.01 BTC but I seem unable to find out how to rent scrypt miners, scrypt is not under the algo list though it is listed with a hash tap price on the right.

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February 06, 2017, 02:33:31 PM
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Wanted to give it a try, deposited 0.01 BTC but I seem unable to find out how to rent scrypt miners, scrypt is not under the algo list though it is listed with a hash tap price on the right.

I haven't been able to test scrypt yet so it hasn't been enabled but I think it will be problematic like SHA256 is since there are so many merged coins, it causes instability.

I'll try and get a list posted to the site which shows which algos are actually enabled. The HashTap price unfortunately shows on all algos even if I don't have it enabled.

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February 06, 2017, 07:56:18 PM
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Wanted to give it a try, deposited 0.01 BTC but I seem unable to find out how to rent scrypt miners, scrypt is not under the algo list though it is listed with a hash tap price on the right.

I haven't been able to test scrypt yet so it hasn't been enabled but I think it will be problematic like SHA256 is since there are so many merged coins, it causes instability.

I'll try and get a list posted to the site which shows which algos are actually enabled. The HashTap price unfortunately shows on all algos even if I don't have it enabled.

I tested scrypt for a while today and it seemed pretty good. I've allowed creating new taps for scrypt but will be keeping an eye on it.

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February 06, 2017, 08:04:57 PM
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Wanted to give it a try, deposited 0.01 BTC but I seem unable to find out how to rent scrypt miners, scrypt is not under the algo list though it is listed with a hash tap price on the right.

I haven't been able to test scrypt yet so it hasn't been enabled but I think it will be problematic like SHA256 is since there are so many merged coins, it causes instability.

I'll try and get a list posted to the site which shows which algos are actually enabled. The HashTap price unfortunately shows on all algos even if I don't have it enabled.

I tested scrypt for a while today and it seemed pretty good. I've allowed creating new taps for scrypt but will be keeping an eye on it.

Thanks for your quick reaction, will give it another whirl later this week.

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