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January 28, 2014, 03:10:01 PM
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Hi,

I'm trying to get an opinion what you would expect from an auto-switching pool. There are so many these days and I try to find out if something is missing.

I could easily provide infrastructure and security features needed to have a fairly big pool. Also the scripts to exchange coins on different exchanges is already there (I built a few for myself). But I don't want to open just another pool no one is using or just open one to start a war which one is better.

Though, what do you need? Is there anything missing from the other pools?

(And I can't do any magic, there is no higher outcome as in other pools; no need to request that Wink

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January 28, 2014, 03:46:14 PM
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Well, 3 important things I reckon:

1. Allow for auto trading the coin that is being mined for BTC (or any coin of the users choosing).
2. Allow the user to keep the coins he's mining as is (i.e. - opposite to #1 - don't auto trade it).
3. Keep the information about which coin you're currently mining a secret.
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