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July 27, 2013, 08:29:39 PM
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Hey guys,

I have started putting together a new bitcoin mining pool server.


I have been mining at BTCguild.com for a long time, however, it seems more and more these days that Bitcoin Mining is becoming centralized around btc guild. The whole philosophy behind bitcoins was to prevent such entity from existing.  So in the spirit of Bitcoins, I decided to start up my own pool.


Two things right off the back:

  • The site is stil a work in progress, as far as content and features go, but the basic functionality is there.
  • The pool fee will be 0%, until after our first block, then it will go to 1.5%

I was hoping that a few of us to find alternatives, and I am here to present my.

I have a few questions;

  • How would I get my server listed on the GUI Miner server select menu?
  • What are some features you guys would like to see on the site?
  • I currently distribute using PPLNS, but some sites do PPS. Does anyone know what is preferred these days?
  • What would prevent you from using an alternative site like bitcoinore.com, instead of btcguild.com?

Besides those questions, I would also welcome any questions or suggestions.

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July 27, 2013, 08:33:51 PM
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Hey guys,

I have started putting together a new bitcoin mining pool server.


I have been mining at BTCguild.com for a long time, however, it seems more and more these days that Bitcoin Mining is becoming centralized around btc guild. The whole philosophy behind bitcoins was to prevent such entity from existing.  So in the spirit of Bitcoins, I decided to start up my own pool.


Two things right off the back:

  • The site is stil a work in progress, as far as content and features go, but the basic functionality is there.
  • The pool fee will be 0%, until after our first block, then it will go to 1.5%

I was hoping that a few of us to find alternatives, and I am here to present my.

I have a few questions;

  • How would I get my server listed on the GUI Miner server select menu?
  • What are some features you guys would like to see on the site?
  • I currently distribute using PPLNS, but some sites do PPS. Does anyone know what is preferred these days?
  • What would prevent you from using an alternative site like bitcoinore.com, instead of btcguild.com?

Besides those questions, I would also welcome any questions or suggestions.

1) I would contact the developer
2) Really up to you
3) I prefer PPLNS personally
4) The only thing that might drive me me away would be that btcguild is much more well known but after you pool gets some rep I might go to it

Hope that helps Smiley
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July 27, 2013, 08:36:37 PM
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1) I would contact the developer

Hi matupoiv,

would you happen to know who the developer is, and if he/she is active on these boards? If he/she is not active on these forums, would you happen to know how else I would get in touch with him?

I looked over the software, but I did not see any contact info.

Thank you

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