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July 18, 2017, 07:54:34 AM
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How to build a profitable mining pool
Including btc, eth, zec, sc, as much as possible including the currency
I tried the open-ethereum-pool, he did not support claymore, and I wanted to build a more comprehensive mining pool
I am a C # developer, although I can complete some development work, but I do not understand block height, burst block and a series of algorithms
I hope you can help me, I hope you can send me a message jiaoshiyao@126.com, if you can buy these programs or compiled version of the source, I can pay you a certain btc
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My knowledge of mining is still just stay in get_work and submit, claymore can not directly use the results of get_work, may need to further modify the mine, I do not know how to calculate the current mining difficulty, how to submit the results, how to calculate has been dug The number of coins, I try to find on the web, but the results are few
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