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July 05, 2018, 09:07:00 AM
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One of the oldest mining pools, Slush pool takes the fifth spot for mining the largest number of bitcoin blocks. It was started in December 2010, and has since mined over 1 million BTC coins. It managed to collect around 9% of total bitcoins mined during the last six months. It has a pool hashrate of around 2.342 Exahash per second (EH/s).



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July 05, 2018, 09:07:56 AM
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ViaBTC
Fourth on the list is ViaBTC, a diversified pool that offers options to mine different kinds of cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, ETH, ETC, ZEC and Dash. During the past six months, ViaBTC generated around 11.5% of total bitcoin blocks, and it currently maintains a pool hashrate of 2.772 Exahash per second (EH/s) for its bitcoin mining pool.

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July 05, 2018, 09:09:28 AM
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Antpool
Owned and operated by Bitmain, a privately-owned company headquartered in China, Antpool is the second largest bitcoin mining pool at the time of writing this article. Although Antpool is based in China, its website is fully translated into English (as well as Russian), and Antpool’s official mobile app is available to everyone without any restrictions. Antpool offers a variety of security options, and its polished mobile and web interface makes it very attractive to inexperience bitcoin miners looking for their first mining pool to join.
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July 05, 2018, 09:10:50 AM
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Eligius
Eligius is an open mining pool that can be joined by anyone without registration. Unlike other bitcoin mining pools, Eligius doesn’t charge fees, and it manages under the CPPSRB reward system at 100 percent value. Miners are typically paid directly from the block reward, which means that Eligius almost never keeps any funds in its internal wallet, making it highly transparent and unattractive to hackers. Because Eligius isn’t profitable for its operators, it offers only basic functionality.
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July 05, 2018, 09:14:49 AM
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I bought some hardware for digging BTC but it did not work. What else can I do?
I am here and consulted from everyone. Does that pool really good?
Maybe I bought the wrong hardware, I want to invest effectively with capital not too big, thanks you!


maybe you do not have much experience about mining.
I suggest you have to find a lot of knowledge and insight on the mine board, I think there are a lot of meters that can make you better understand to mine bitcoin

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