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March 17, 2018, 03:16:42 AM

Hello All,

Over the past three days I've started working on a project derived from a utility I wrote a few months back, except as a service.
This project allows a user to register, claim an IP address they own and select which pool to use.

I've successfully managed to test it myself with Ethereum and Monero.
I would like to get a bit of load and user demand to see if I can find more bugs or work out performance issues.

The website where this is working is but let me go ahead and give a brief rundown of the features:
(please keep in mind some things aren't working as expected as I'm still developing it actively)

  • Routing though Tor
  • Packet Analysis
  • Pool Presets (select which pool to use for all miners)
  • Trace routes

The Concept:
  • User claims IP Address is theirs
  • Adds a pool preset
  • Points miner to one of the servers
  • The software handles the rest and routes the traffic anonymously

The project:

Below is a link to ASCIINEMA, which is a recording of my console to see the internal software working behind the scenes of when a miner connects for proof of concept:

Some working screenshots of it in action:

I'm hoping to find if some people can find this useful for managing large ammounts of miners or for those that want to mine anonymously.
Feedback is welcome.

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