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September 21, 2017, 03:27:49 AM
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Hello!

I am looking to start a pool and wondered if anyone had any suggestions on open source pool software that is up to date?

Thanks!

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September 21, 2017, 05:58:11 AM
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What coins / algos?
What do you know about pool management?
Why do you want to run a pool?

I've used open ethereum pool for Daggerhashimoto coins and node cryptonote pool for cryptonote. They were both easy to setup.

Feel free to message me or join the fb group in my signature for any questions or help.

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September 21, 2017, 03:04:23 PM
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what coin pool you need to start if you mention then we can suggest better still here is some opensource for pool

monero :- https://github.com/Snipa22/nodejs-pool  example:- http://xmrminerpro.com/
 for same monero another opensource code is this  -- https://github.com/fancoder/cryptonote-universal-pool  or https://github.com/zone117x/node-cryptonote-pool

for script algo coin here is https://github.com/MPOS/php-mpos

for eth here is code - https://github.com/sammy007/open-ethereum-pool
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September 22, 2017, 08:11:47 PM
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Another alternative is MiningCore developed by yours truly. MiningCore currently supports BTC, BCC, LTC, DOGE, XMR, GRS, DGB, NMC, VIA, PPC, DASH. Support for Ethereum and Ethereum Classic is due out in two weeks from now. A production pool using the software is linked in my signature.

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September 23, 2017, 01:56:23 AM
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Thank you for the suggestion everyone.  I actually stumbled  upon yiimp.  Looks like that is the popular pool software at the moment with updates to the latest algo's.  There was also an install scrypt which made it very easy! 

Another alternative is MiningCore developed by yours truly. MiningCore currently supports BTC, BCC, LTC, DOGE, XMR, GRS, DGB, NMC, VIA, PPC, DASH. Support for Ethereum and Ethereum Classic is due out in two weeks from now. A production pool using the software is linked in my signature.

NICE Pool!  I would of used this but prefer a more OOB software so i dont have to sink all the time into building a front end!  I will look into this in the future though. 

What coins / algos?
What do you know about pool management?
Why do you want to run a pool?

I've used open ethereum pool for Daggerhashimoto coins and node cryptonote pool for cryptonote. They were both easy to setup.

Feel free to message me or join the fb group in my signature for any questions or help.

Really all coins and algo's. 
I am a beginner on pool management, but have to start somewhere!
More of a hobby, and possibly a way to start a home business.  But I am not expecting to get rich, would just like to learn more about it. 

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September 23, 2017, 03:20:23 AM
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Thank you for the suggestion everyone.  I actually stumbled  upon yiimp.  Looks like that is the popular pool software at the moment with updates to the latest algo's.  There was also an install scrypt which made it very easy! 

Can you mention about the link to gihub the code and any live pool using this code and pool software

Another alternative is MiningCore developed by yours truly. MiningCore currently supports BTC, BCC, LTC, DOGE, XMR, GRS, DGB, NMC, VIA, PPC, DASH. Support for Ethereum and Ethereum Classic is due out in two weeks from now. A production pool using the software is linked in my signature.

is this multi coin pool ?? can we use in same server all the coin we can to use or we can  use in differ vps or vm for different coin ??
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September 23, 2017, 07:33:00 AM
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is this multi coin pool ?? can we use in same server all the coin we can to use or we can  use in differ vps or vm for different coin ??

Yes. One server can run a cluster of pools each hosting a different coin type.

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April 06, 2018, 08:25:37 PM
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Sorry to jump on this thread....  I was wondering if you could help me setup one coin and then I should be able to do the rest.  I am looking at ETN and most other cryptonote coins.

I have seen your site and it is very nice.  I have bought a template for the web front end and wonder if there is an api guide for what settings go where.

Again, my apologise for reaching out to you like this.

Thank you
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July 03, 2018, 07:04:18 PM
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Hi, guys i  am almost finnishing my own ETH,  i have some erros, that not allow to me 100% finally working out,   there are someone experienced  for help to me ?..... i am getting  ETH : Authorization Failed ....   when the miner try to connect.   thanks!
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