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November 01, 2013, 04:12:55 PM
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I thought it would be good to see what, if anything, is missing\needed that is currently unavailable\done poorly in pooled mining.



I mean, other then a bikini clad girls (or dudes I don't judge) with loose morals to deliver the payments in person and a free farrari when you join.


Really, what could be better, done differently etc?


I look forward to your responses.



(Please let someone have a decent idea!)

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November 01, 2013, 05:14:32 PM
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A minimum payout that in general reduces with the increase in difficulty rather than staying constant.

A chance to invest in the pool itself by way of dividends to shareholders, paid for by bitcoins ofc, on the profit of the site/pool.
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November 01, 2013, 10:52:25 PM
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A minimum payout that in general reduces with the increase in difficulty rather than staying constant.

A chance to invest in the pool itself by way of dividends to shareholders, paid for by bitcoins ofc, on the profit of the site/pool.


Nice I had not even considered investment in the pool. Perhaps a "reinvestment" model, where the btc participating miners shared in is then used to purchase hardware with a proportional share of the hardware.... then the miners could choose to cash out or grow with the pool. Might get overly complicated and become too much of a logistical problem ... any thoughts?

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