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June 21, 2013, 02:35:24 PM
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What steps need to be taken and where would I begin?
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June 21, 2013, 09:12:12 PM
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What steps need to be taken and where would I begin?

In general, if you have to ask where to start, running a pool it probably isn't for you.

However, for completeness, here's some help:

check out:
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Poolservers

The easiest is to set up a p2pool node, google's your friend in setting that up. you can charge whatever fee  you want, have miners mine to a specific address and reduce variance by pooling work with others. There is a soft-coded donation to the author of 1%, which you can increase and decrease. Some people make it 0%, but I'd strongly encourage you keeping it something reasonable to pay for the really nice tool someone wrote us.

If you want to run a private pool, the easiest would be to hack p2pool to not connect to any other nodes and use it for its web stats, ability to charge a fee, and ability to have miners anonymously mine to their own addresses.

if you're going to run a pool, you should be comfortable setting up and running your own server or AWS instance, and hacking/coding front ends to the available open source backends. I have limiting choices and saying something is a "must", but running your own pool server on linux is pretty much a must (don't try it windows 7 - it can be done but will most likely take a lot more time and headaches since the bitcoin pool tools were written on and intended for linux environments)
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June 21, 2013, 11:45:09 PM
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I'm interested in setting up a memecoin pool, I'm a developer, I have linux servers, plenty of bandwidth, and am comfortable with compiling and command line stuff.  I see these pools are for litecoin, is it fairly easy to set them up as memecoin pools?
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June 22, 2013, 07:14:49 PM
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thanks for the help guys, I was asking because I pre-ordered a few of the KnC Jupiters and was trying to put something together in AZ, I've met a few people since I've been on here and even though I'm new to it I think once we get up and running we'll make quite a splash...quick question the KnC's don't come with psus would so would it be good to run 1000w psu for each or is there another recommendation

KNC have stated not to rush out to buy any PSU's as they are going to make a big announcement in the coming week regarding speeds and power consumption (sounds like some good news coming).





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