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February 08, 2014, 09:51:33 PM
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Hello everybody,

I decided to create a list of the current profit-switching mining pools for scrypt-based currencies, because I was struggling to understand what was available! I will keep this list as a first post and try to update it on a regular base. Feedback is vital, so please let me know if you are aware of other pools or features I should include. Under sha-256 I have listed the pools that also offer profit-switching for sha-256 cryptocurrencies. The list is in alphabetical order.

Note: The aim of this thread is NOT to find out which is the best pool, but to keep a comprehensive list of pools that allow profit-switching mining.


NameWebsiteMining feesThreadAuto-exchangeOther payoutsReward systemSHA-256Hashrate
Altcoinplexaltcoinplex.com2%topic=428955.0BTC/LTC/DGC(0.3-0.5% fee)YesPPLNSnon/a
Alternatepoolalternatepool.com3%n/aBTCNon/ano8 Mh/s
AutoTradeMiningPoolautotrademiningpool.com2%topic=580292BTCNoPPLNSnon/a
Blackcoinblackcoinpool.com0%n/aBC (2% fee)non/anon/a
Cleverminingclevermining.com1%*topic=448649.0BTCNon/ano3000 Mh/s
Coincatchercoincatcher.net0% (2%)topic=483397.0BTC (0.4% fee)YesPropnobeta
CoinExcoinex.pw2%topic=265277.0BTC (LTC?)YesPropYes675 Mh/s
CoinKingcoinking.io1%n/aBTCYesPPLNSNon/a
CoinMinecoinmine.pw0%topic=406178.0NoYesn/ano150 Mh/s
Coinshiftcoinshift.com2%topic=497366.0BTCNon/ano320 Mh/s
Coinsolvercoinsolver.com1%topic=432710.0BTCNoPropno100 Mh/s
Cryptoproscryptopros.com1.5%topic=494250.0BTCNoPropYes16 Mh/s
Ecryptonecrypton.comn/atopic=293117.0BTC (other?)Yesn/an/an/a
Hashcowshashco.ws2%topic=293872.0BTC (0.5% fee)YesPPLNSno1500 Mh/s
Hashbroshashbros.co.in1%topic=431140.0BTC (0.5% fee)Yesn/anoBeta
LTCRabbitLTCRabbit.com2%topic=265224.0LTCNoPPSno4600 Mh/s
MagicPoolmagicpool.org0.5%n/aBTCNon/aYesn/a
Megamultipoolmegamultipool.com1%topic=415140.0BTCYesn/aYesn/a
Middlecoinmiddlecoin.com3%topic=259649.0BTC (0.4% fee)Non/ano18000 Mh/s
Mininingpoolminingpool.at1.5%topic=709679.0BTCNoPropyesn/a
Multicoinmulticoin.zapto.org2%topic=396063.0NoYesn/ano11 Mh/s
Multipool.usmultipool.us1.5%topic=167635.0noYesPropYes19000 Mh/s
Mintpool.usmintpool.usn/atopic=484378.0DOGENoPPLNSNon/a
Noirpool.comnoirpool.comn/atopic=615251.0Noirsharesnon/ayesn/a
PoolWarzpoolwarz.comn/atopic=394341.0n/an/an/aYes?n/a
Profithashprofithash.com2%topic=485743.0BTCn/aPPLMSnoBeta
Scryptguildscryptguild.com0%topic=457016.0BTCYes?PPLNSnoBeta
Switchercoinswitchercoin.com1%topic=306975.0LTC (1% fee)n/aPPLNSno2000 Mh/s
TheMagePoolthemagepool.com3%topic=14485.0LTC (% fee?)NoPPLNSnoBeta
Tompooltompool.org1%topic=282772.0BTC (2% fee)YesPropYesn/a
TradeMyBitTradeMyBit.com0.5%topic=386554.0BTC (2% fee)Yes?Propnon/a
Ultimatecoinpoolultimatecoinpool.com0.5%n/aNoYesn/anon/a
Wafflepoolwafflepool.com2%topic=433634.0BTCNoPPLNSno2000 Mh/s
Wemineallwemineall.com0%topic=502727.0BTC (0.4% fee)YesPPLNSNo220 Mh/s (beta)
Hash.sohash.so0-1%topic=402076.0n/an/aPPLNSnoStopped

(*) Progressive fee: depends on how good the pool performs in a given day. Fee during bad days is as low as 1%.

When you see n/a on the list it mean I don't have this piece of information. I have sent PMs to most of the pool contacts to fill these gaps, but if any of you already knows the answer, please feel free to post it (or PM me) and I'll update it.

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February 08, 2014, 10:34:13 PM
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Excellent list! Nicely done.

Just need to space out the table a bit.


 
 
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February 09, 2014, 01:13:57 AM
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Add CoinMine.pw, please.
http://www.coinmine.pw/
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=406178.0
I don't make auto sell. It's LOSE-LOSE scheme and almost always users stay disappointed. Cryptsy has auto-sell option, so it's simple to make it yourself and it costs 0.1% only!

I don't understand why no one don't see CoinMinePW. Smiley
I have made best multi coin pool any one dreamed (ok, I have dreamed about such pool) last several years.
It perfectly works, it's 0% fee now, it actively developing to make perfect every byte code.
Any one can send me suggestions and get pool he dreamed last years. Almost everything is possible to code now.
But almost no one just don't see it. (thanks guys who supports me and write something like:
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Honestly, I would change much to your website because it's straight to the point and fast.  I've been on graphical multicoin miners but it can be confusing, laborious and too graphical.
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If you built this pool software/web site by yourself "My Hat is Off to You" as we say in Amerika!
It resembles nothing else out there!!  Most pools use those "cookie cutter" Pool Software packages leaving a lot to be desired!  I LOVE your Multi-Pool setup!  I come in, check to see which coins look good for mining at that time and "Click/Click/Click" I switch that quickly!  Very well done!  
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Ok. Stop whining, it time to add some more futures!  Smiley

PS: List is really good.

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February 09, 2014, 02:12:38 AM
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Add CoinMine.pw, please.
http://www.coinmine.pw/
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=406178.0
I don't make auto sell. It's LOSE-LOSE scheme and almost always users stay disappointed. Cryptsy has auto-sell option, so it's simple to make it yourself and it costs 0.1% only!

I don't understand why no one don't see CoinMinePW. Smiley
I have made best multi coin pool any one dreamed (ok, I have dreamed about such pool) last several years.
It perfectly works, it's 0% fee now, it actively developing to make perfect every byte code.
Any one can send me suggestions and get pool he dreamed last years. Almost everything is possible to code now.
But almost no one just don't see it. (thanks guys who supports me and write something like:
---
Honestly, I would change much to your website because it's straight to the point and fast.  I've been on graphical multicoin miners but it can be confusing, laborious and too graphical.
---
If you built this pool software/web site by yourself "My Hat is Off to You" as we say in Amerika!
It resembles nothing else out there!!  Most pools use those "cookie cutter" Pool Software packages leaving a lot to be desired!  I LOVE your Multi-Pool setup!  I come in, check to see which coins look good for mining at that time and "Click/Click/Click" I switch that quickly!  Very well done!  
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Ok. Stop whining, it time to add some more futures!  Smiley

PS: List is really good.


Well, you need to think about the majority of miners out there. Take me as an example: Even though I spend most of my time infront of a monitor, I really don't wanna do it staring and looking for most profitable coins, so that after it I'll mine until they aren't profitable (which also requires constant checking) and than I need to send em to my Cryptsy wallet, which also takes time, only to sell it for a coin of my choosing, which can also take a while (depending on your settings), and after that send it back to my own wallet.

All of this, might yield more money (not by a lot though) but would consume excessive amount of time IMO, so when you compare it to auto trading pools like MiddleCoin, it just ain't worth it.

I rather set my miner to a pool and get paid in 1 coin only, don't care what coins it's mining as long as the profit is to my satisfaction.

If this doesn't make much sense to you than know you aren't alone. I am a programmer in nature and when I did my first UIs, I made em very very functional, BUT, they were completely NOT user friendly, which made common users skip my program. Took me a while to understand that it all comes down to how simple AND smart you make it.


 
 
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February 09, 2014, 09:56:43 AM
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Add CoinMine.pw, please.
http://www.coinmine.pw/
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=406178.0
I don't make auto sell. It's LOSE-LOSE scheme and almost always users stay disappointed. Cryptsy has auto-sell option, so it's simple to make it yourself and it costs 0.1% only!
I don't understand why no one don't see CoinMinePW. Smiley
I have made best multi coin pool any one dreamed (ok, I have dreamed about such pool) last several years.
It perfectly works, it's 0% fee now, it actively developing to make perfect every byte code.
Any one can send me suggestions and get pool he dreamed last years. Almost everything is possible to code now.
But almost no one just don't see it. (thanks guys who supports me and write something like:
---
Honestly, I would change much to your website because it's straight to the point and fast.  I've been on graphical multicoin miners but it can be confusing, laborious and too graphical.
---
If you built this pool software/web site by yourself "My Hat is Off to You" as we say in Amerika!
It resembles nothing else out there!!  Most pools use those "cookie cutter" Pool Software packages leaving a lot to be desired!  I LOVE your Multi-Pool setup!  I come in, check to see which coins look good for mining at that time and "Click/Click/Click" I switch that quickly!  Very well done!  
---
Ok. Stop whining, it time to add some more futures!  Smiley
PS: List is really good.
Thank you! Pool now added to the list. Good luck!

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February 09, 2014, 02:36:33 PM
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http://ultimatecoinpool.com:3000/ 0.5 no auto trade

http://www.alternatepool.com/ 3% auto payout to btc,  might not be trustworthy tho.

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February 09, 2014, 04:35:28 PM
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Can you add the hashing power of each as well to the list?

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http://ultimatecoinpool.com:3000/ 0.5 no auto trade
http://www.alternatepool.com/ 3% auto payout to btc,  might not be trustworthy tho.
Thank you! both added to the list, but I couldn't find their threads on the forum.

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Ok so this is just a list of this poll?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=424541.0
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Tnx. I saw it after posting this thread, but I would say they are similar, but not identical. This thread is not a Pool and the only intent is to keep a comprehensive list of the pools and their features.
 

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February 10, 2014, 11:31:19 PM
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Found another one on the LTC forum! Currently beta testing.
TheMagePool.com
https://litecointalk.org/index.php?topic=14485.0

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February 11, 2014, 05:35:33 AM
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TomPool uses Prop payouts Smiley

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TomPool uses Prop payouts Smiley
Thank you Tommo_Aus! updated...anyone else willing to fill the gaps?

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February 16, 2014, 05:50:51 PM
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which one is better?

I was using hash.so, its really good (its just bad not auto-switch yet).

Yesterday i tested some auto-switch pools that pays in BTC:

-middlecoin.com (had a huge problem yesterday and got offline not counting while i was testing) - difficulty 1024 (high, my 320 kh/s rig will do nothing on it)

-clevermining - using now, testing yet, seems the better so far, difficulty 512 but will move to 16-1024 auto soon. Even better.

-coinsolver - used while i was sleeping, seems very low profity (150mh/s pool hard to find dogecoin high difficulty coins, thats why), hard to use it, loosing money.

-megamultipool - used for awhile, good has port 80. but was mining some bad coins, its auto coin choose aint that good.

-waffle - good stats, can choose from 64 to 1024 difficulty (very good), but profity and stats were not accurate by the time i tested, not sure if its a good pool.


what you guys thinks? what pool should i use and just wait for my BTC to arrive? need some advice, ty

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Honestly and truly, thank you! I have been waiting for someone to do this for quite some time.  I was actually have done with this information myself in excel to share with everyone, but then my computer restarted for updates  Angry and I was too busy and cynical to redo everything.

That being said, if you wanted to make this thread truly comprehensive:

megamultipool.com
tompool.org
multipool.us

all offer sha256 currency profit switch mining

megamultipool and tompool have scrypt also

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Honestly and truly, thank you! I have been waiting for someone to do this for quite some time.  I was actually have done with this information myself in excel to share with everyone, but then my computer restarted for updates  Angry and I was too busy and cynical to redo everything.
That being said, if you wanted to make this thread truly comprehensive:
megamultipool.com
tompool.org
multipool.us
all offer sha256 currency profit switch mining
megamultipool and tompool have scrypt also
Thank you for the feedback and for the suggestions! I I have added a column (SHA-256) for the pools that also offer profit-switching for sha-256 cryptocurrencies.

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You have the wrong hashbros thread link, you've actually linked to some douchebag that registered hashbros.org after our announcement.

This would be the proper thread for now : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=431140.0
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You have the wrong hashbros thread link, you've actually linked to some douchebag that registered hashbros.org after our announcement.
This would be the proper thread for now : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=431140.0
Thank you for the correction! Changed!

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Can you add the hashing power of each as well to the list?

Yes, I second this.

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Can you add the hashing power of each as well to the list?
Yes, I second this.
Ok guys, I'll add the hashing power in the next few days.

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