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March 17, 2018, 03:16:42 AM
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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 https://apr.elyc.in/ 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:
https://apr.elyc.in/

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:
https://asciinema.org/a/EF4jhaYY7hhFKFWekwRBaXF0s

Some working screenshots of it in action:
https://imgur.com/a/sL6JO

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.

Thanks,
Ely.
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