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January 18, 2017, 01:38:40 PM
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I wanted to know I regularly have more accessible pools for a while but on antminer or gridssed not worry the next pool take over
But on my pc I use ccminer and cpuminer but when the pool is no longer accessible it is a pure loss of money is there a way to put several pool like on antminer and gridseed?

thank you in advance

Sorry my english is very bad
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January 18, 2017, 01:41:18 PM
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I wanted to know I regularly have more accessible pools for a while but on antminer or gridssed not worry the next pool take over
But on my pc I use ccminer and cpuminer but when the pool is no longer accessible it is a pure loss of money is there a way to put several pool like on antminer and gridseed?

thank you in advance

In the past i used mininrigrentals... They used to allow multiple failover pools (don't know if this is still the case tough).

You basically pointed your miner to their address, configured your miner to be non-available for rent, and you would enter serveral pools. When one pool would go down, mininrigrentals would automatically switch your hash to the next pool in your list.

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