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September 27, 2014, 12:16:19 PM
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Hello all,
Is there people here who are still mining on ypool?
I managed to mine little bit of XPM last year when the difficulty where not to high.
Can you please give a recent feedback of the situation there. Are there any issues with this pool?
If everything is ok, on which coin to jump with CPU mining? I will apprecieate any suggestions. Never been much technical into the cryptoworld. Thanks
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September 27, 2014, 02:35:23 PM
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YPOOL is one of the best, most diverse pools out there IMO. With that being said, if you plan on CPU mining your only option there (feasibility wise) would be Riecoin ,and thats only because there is no public GPU miner available. All other coins on the pool, now have GPU mining clients which make CPU mining all but obsolete.

CPU mining is all but dead to the average miner, unless you're operating a botnet there is no way you will ever come out ahead profitability wise regardless of pool / coin. Anywho, good luck wih your mining endeavors!
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September 30, 2014, 10:02:47 AM
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YPOOL is one of the best, most diverse pools out there IMO. With that being said, if you plan on CPU mining your only option there (feasibility wise) would be Riecoin ,and thats only because there is no public GPU miner available. All other coins on the pool, now have GPU mining clients which make CPU mining all but obsolete.

CPU mining is all but dead to the average miner, unless you're operating a botnet there is no way you will ever come out ahead profitability wise regardless of pool / coin. Anywho, good luck wih your mining endeavors!
Hello,
Thanks for the reply Smiley
Think to put on CPU mining about 10-20 PCs in my last workplace where there is no problem with that running as idle process and also no electricity costs Smiley
So I will try out with Riecoin . Thanks!
BR
Gondel
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