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June 07, 2017, 02:30:27 AM
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I was wondering if there are any good paying PPS mining pools left in 2017. Does anyone here regularly use any?
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June 07, 2017, 04:37:12 AM
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PPS pools are expected to average lower payouts than PPLNS.

The biggest PPS pools are around 10% or a lot more fees at the moment.
Even the highest paying PPS pool is rewarding their miners less than expected on PPLNS,

There's no reason to mine on PPS - they have to charge higher fees to avoid the risk of the pool going broke.
PPLNS doesn't have this problem. Avoid PPS like the plague Smiley

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June 07, 2017, 05:49:15 AM
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At this time of deep changes in p2pool I use BTCC.
And guess what:
 I achieve more quickly a good payment than kano.is.
without any loss of my beloved shares.
 And you got blockchain priority in your transactions.
 But
[150TH] [PPLNS 0.5%] Jonny's Mining Emporium (bravo-mining.com) is a good option too.
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June 07, 2017, 06:09:54 AM
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At this time of deep changes in p2pool I use BTCC.
And guess what:
 I achieve more quickly a good payment than kano.is.
without any loss of my beloved shares.
 And you got blockchain priority in your transactions.
 But
[150TH] [PPLNS 0.5%] Jonny's Mining Emporium (bravo-mining.com) is a good option too.
Lulz with how many MHs Smiley
Get your story right Smiley

Although it's been luck, for the last 2 months no pool could have paid more than mine ...

The monthly average pool payout:
April: 162.33% PPS
May: 124.10% PPS
June so far: 183.30% PPS

When people ask about mining, they mean consistent mining, not random tiny mining jumping around pools trying to chase luck ... which you cannot do ...

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June 07, 2017, 06:18:48 AM
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 For the Mhs i mine on a ltc p2pool node.
 This is maybe the time for kano update his
pool payouts method whith is long "dust" list.
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June 07, 2017, 07:00:48 AM
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For the Mhs i mine on a ltc p2pool node.
 This is maybe the time for kano update his
pool payouts method whith is long "dust" list.
For a tiny miner that gets dust level rewards, it really makes no difference what pool you mine on.
You'll probably find the different pool rewards only differ by a fraction of a cent each day Tongue

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June 07, 2017, 07:14:11 AM
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For the Mhs i mine on a ltc p2pool node.
 This is maybe the time for kano update his
pool payouts method whith is long "dust" list.
For a tiny miner that gets dust level rewards, it really makes no difference what pool you mine on.
You'll probably find the different pool rewards only differ by a fraction of a cent each day Tongue

I try not to spend more on electricity than a desktop PC
would consume.
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June 15, 2017, 03:01:35 PM
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PPS pools are expected to average lower payouts than PPLNS.

The biggest PPS pools are around 10% or a lot more fees at the moment.
Even the highest paying PPS pool is rewarding their miners less than expected on PPLNS,

There's no reason to mine on PPS - they have to charge higher fees to avoid the risk of the pool going broke.
PPLNS doesn't have this problem. Avoid PPS like the plague Smiley

Bitcoin.com Pool Now Pays a 120% Block Reward and pays PPS.  They only charge the mining fee for withdrawals.
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September 12, 2017, 04:11:06 PM
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Bitcoin.com Pool Now Pays a 120% Block Reward and pays PPS.  They only charge the mining fee for withdrawals.

This still on going?

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September 12, 2017, 06:12:19 PM
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I would be very careful about these pools (not Kano) you talked about. With the talk of china shutting a bitcoin pool exchange down sends shivers down anyone's spin. Now that it was publicly spoken of how can you trust what happens from now on. As you awake each morning you could here the Chinese government once again mention the exchanges are closed.
The one pool (China) I  find my first btc block closed their doors along with my coins. maybe not their fault as the us has also contributed to the asia countries decisions on bitcoin.

Take a second look at your decision.
@tubexc..... Burstcoin use less watts though difficult to setup at first but worth it.
solteykr ... all these give you a set reward for mining and charge you higher fees based on the 120 percent. After the first day you will see them find less blocks yet to still hash away fo r the same set price.  Not worth it. Best thing I did was stop watching my miners every minute

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