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January 16, 2015, 09:58:40 PM
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Hello,
What do you find the most profitable X11 multipool to be?

I have recently been using multipool.us and coinking.io, however, some people have reported problems with coinking.io, therefore I decided to go back to multipool.us.

I was wondering if there were any X11 multipool that were better and more profitable.

Thank you.

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January 17, 2015, 01:37:06 AM
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Do you want to get the mined coins or using autoconversion to BTC?

Yaamp is a autoconversion multipool. Ipominer pays the coins you mined. Not sure about the prof., but maybe you want to have a look at them.

Additionally have a look at http://poolpicker.eu/table for detailed figures
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Do you want to get the mined coins or using autoconversion to BTC?

Yaamp is a autoconversion multipool. Ipominer pays the coins you mined. Not sure about the prof., but maybe you want to have a look at them.

Additionally have a look at http://poolpicker.eu/table for detailed figures

Thank you.

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