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October 20, 2017, 02:44:24 AM
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New miners should also consider what the pools are doing regarding the block size issue when making a choice as well; whether they're still on legacy core bitcoin code, support core's segwit or bitcoin unlimited or offer a choice (or something else.)

Hi. Im a newbie and Im planning to join mining pools. I just wanna know if what mining pool are you joining now? Does joining a mining pool with low computer specs will give me some profit? Or is it really need to have a high specs? Please give me idea what will be the minimum specs. I tried some research but I dont really understand how to get started Sad Thank you in advance.

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October 20, 2017, 08:32:27 PM
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how do i set up my account with  kano.is ?

I am also interested in this pool and would like to know how to setup the account. Any help would be appreciated.
Given that the directions are, literally, on the home page...
If you guys can't go there and figure it out, crypto prolly isn't for you.  Roll Eyes

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October 21, 2017, 02:30:30 PM
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Your in a sewer of shit, and you ask "What is the best thing to eat?"

Well there is only shit to eat.

These days most mining-pools are finding blocks and getting the fee's and the miner's get the 'coin' droppings not unlike bird-droppings, it just really depends how greedy your favorite mining pool is-is,

Most important,..

1.) ping them, make sure they're close and responsive, less than 50ms on earth

2.) make sure they have +1000 miners such as your self, e.g. if your the only miner on their  pool you might as well be going solo

3.) make sure they payout to an address you control daily, as these pools fail daily

4.) make sure they pay out daily if you doing any coin, make sure that you can cash out day2day on your balance to an address you control

5.) make sure they have an API so you can monitor them, not just on your software, but their software if out of sync +4 hours ditch them

A good mining pool is just a pool that has lots of miners, and gets lots of blocks, so that your shares can be turned into profit daily/hourly, so you can cash out and move on when they drop, or decide to fuck their customers.

Most mining pools like paper-routes never pay costs, which means 1/2 life of mining pools is months, which is why the ones who have lasted years are generally a fuck,

If people were really making money, why would they share the loot?

Anybody can open a pool, just like any dick can start a BTC clone

Probably whats needed is for a few good people to start a few good pools

OK, been in this for years..

I like flypool, and nanopool, all else eat dick and suck turd
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October 21, 2017, 06:00:29 PM
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YES i think is true very good ansuer Huh
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November 15, 2017, 03:37:34 PM
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Can a pool being consistent ?
When the right time to describe some pools are good or some are bad?
Thankyou

Is there any pool that gives free something for a start to mine?

maybe you could start with giveaway or airdrop to get free something..Smiley
or maybe you can ask your mom/dad to give feee something to start mining :p
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November 15, 2017, 03:50:18 PM
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Can a pool being consistent ?
When the right time to describe some pools are good or some are bad?
Thankyou

Is there any pool that gives free something for a start to mine?

maybe you could start with giveaway or airdrop to get free something..Smiley
or maybe you can ask your mom/dad to give feee something to start mining :p

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November 16, 2017, 11:26:18 AM
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for me, best for ETH is miningpoolhub :

(1) block finding reward. 3 ETH
(2) transaction fee (gas spent)
(3) uncle reward (2.625 ETH, 2.25 ETH, 1.875 ETH, 1.5 ETH, 1.125 ETH, 0.75 ETH)
(4) uncle inclusion incentive (0.1875 ETH, 0.09375 ETH)

They distribute all these 4 types of rewards.

and low fees to cashout
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November 16, 2017, 05:36:19 PM
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Do I have to be in the same location as the mining pool I want to join?
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November 16, 2017, 11:46:08 PM
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Do I have to be in the same location as the mining pool I want to join?

No but it helps if the pool has fast links to where your miners are located. You can check this by network pinging the address of the pool. Some pools will have multiple
"nodes" in different countries for this very reason.

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November 20, 2017, 07:58:12 AM
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I am using zpool.ca, yiimp, altminer, miningpoolhub, suprnova, all is fine. Some pools got new, fresh coins and you can mine everywhere you want to. Best pool for rare algo, good question...

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November 20, 2017, 08:42:44 AM
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I am using zpool.ca, yiimp, altminer, miningpoolhub, suprnova, all is fine. Some pools got new, fresh coins and you can mine everywhere you want to. Best pool for rare algo, good question...

Not really relevant here though, this particular part of the board is about Bitcoin pools, not altcoin pools.

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November 20, 2017, 11:32:36 PM
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I like http://mining-dutch.nl, they have a sha-256 multipool too and it is not too crowded

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Today at 03:32:05 AM
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I like http://mining-dutch.nl, they have a sha-256 multipool too and it is not too crowded

Good plug, thanks peters!
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Today at 10:46:33 AM
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What is the Best Mining Pool?


Flypool is best, i tryed many pools, now all of my farm on flypool, best of the best)
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Today at 11:54:07 AM
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what is concretely the mining rate? how many btcs can one mine and how long would it take to mine
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