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March 12, 2015, 05:18:45 AM
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Well im finally ready to release infernopool.com currently the multipool is ran on a 6 core 12 thread 4.5ghz server with 48gb of ram. 300mb/s download 10mb/s upload. The server is currently configured under a home network but is protected by cloudflare and business class firewall and router. The router can handle 300k+ connections and is a 2xdual core xeon with 8gb of ram.

I will be working on getting a hosted solution for the pool shortly. but so far it has not proven problematic.

Infernopool offers 2 different algorithms to mine. SHA256, and Scrypt. Payouts for Infernopool are ran daily at 12:00 am UTC - 4

We also offer Direct Litecoin ports as well as a Direct Neoscoin ports.
http://infernopool.com/DPC

Donations welcome!

Any issues, please report them here or feel free to PM me, as I can't always see every post.
You can also contact me on IRC with the screenname infernoman. There is a link at the footer of the page.



Infernopool
BTC/LTC/NEOS/HTML/FUEL Payouts
Scrypt & SHA256 Algo's
DDoS Protected
Simple setup and usage
2% Fees
To mine:

Happy Hashing!

I am always trying to add new things to the pool and update the user interface, if you have any suggestions please leave a post here, and I'll get back to you as soon as possible.



New coins can be added to the pool for payouts with request. The fee charged is currently $3 per mining coin daemon monthly.
Currently there are 35 coins on the pool. If I notice a coin that is not performing well they will be removed at the end of the month. And users notified of the new fee's.
If i can replace that coin with another I try my best to do that to keep the fees the same. Coins will only be changed mid month if problems are occurring. Or if the coin can be replaced with another.


The fees will be going toward upgrading to a proper dedicated connection. The reason I've chosen to charge a monthly fee is because if I don't there will be an influx of coins and i wont be able to get anything done. If you have a coin, the fee i'm charging shows there is active development on the coin.


The first month has a reduced cost to cover my costs of coding and running the pool. But if you are not satisfied with the first month. There is no contract and the coin can be removed. If the second months payment is not received I will assume the developer is not happy with the pool and have it removed.

Update: The miner page was updated to include only the coin your being paid in. Instead of all of the different payout types available. Hashrate history for both scrypt and sha256 now available on the workers page with highcharts instead of nvd3. Working on getting User hashrate histories on the miner information page too.
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March 12, 2015, 06:25:17 AM
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Yet another pool where the operator didn't even read about pool reward systems Tongue
Prop is a no go.

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March 12, 2015, 12:12:36 PM
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Yet another pool where the operator didn't even read about pool reward systems Tongue
Prop is a no go.

i'll make the changes to the post Wink i used a template from one of the other posts. i figured if he had it posted he wouldve been right Cheesy but i guess not lol

EDIT: The nomp github also explains the payout system as PROP would you care to explain to me why it would be any different? just trying to learn.
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March 20, 2015, 06:35:39 AM
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Working on a few things for the website, the stats now automatically refresh themselves on the worker page aswell as the home page, i will be adding individual worker hashrate stats on the miner page once i get the workers sorted by algorithm instead of by coin. so that i can properly display your hashrate if you are mining more than one algo.
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April 12, 2015, 12:40:18 AM
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any update about this pool?
Has anyone used it?
I've hear it pays more than the calculator. How is this possible?
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April 13, 2015, 08:02:00 AM
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any update about this pool?
Has anyone used it?
I've hear it pays more than the calculator. How is this possible?

Currently the profitability calculation for the pool is calculated from the difficulty of the coin we are mining and the block time. But does not include the luck variable. I am trying to find a better way of calculating the Profitability to get as close as possible to the ACTUAL profitability for the workers. There is a current profitability for the coin we are currently mining. and an Average profitability which is price / number of switches
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April 23, 2015, 09:15:23 AM
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The fees at Infernopool.com have been lowered to 2% happy hashing Smiley
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April 25, 2015, 01:12:59 AM
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April 25, 2015, 08:51:02 PM
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Sucks about the DB issues. I'm ready throw some hash at your pool once it's back up. Any ETR? Thanks

Yeah the normal redis data backups dont seem to be working for me, dealing with a crash is one thing but dealing with a database issue is another ! so i've added in a second server that is updated at the same time as the master. dealing with a crash is easy to get back online it sucks when you have to rebuild the database from scratch and i feel even worse for the miners i have. So that's one of the reason's why the bonus was implemented for the week.
im just waiting on some coin daemons to finish downloading chains. then we'll be back online.

Thanks for your support.
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April 26, 2015, 12:43:56 AM
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Sucks about the DB issues. I'm ready throw some hash at your pool once it's back up. Any ETR? Thanks

Back online now, the database is also being backed up to a seperate server. so even if the main server has life threatening issues. ie hard drive failure. the database will be backed up.
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April 29, 2015, 02:06:26 PM
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Why is the pool down? Another DB crash?
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April 29, 2015, 02:22:30 PM
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dealing with a power outage right now. rest assured database is safe Wink the backup server i implemented got it onto the network.

you can check your current balance like so
http://stratum.infernopool.com:7379/hget/Pool_Stats:CurrentShift:WorkerBTC/1JPVPkdnpYYwyYic51id6anMBn9weHwVV9
we will be back online asap.
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April 30, 2015, 09:31:35 AM
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Why is the pool down? Another DB crash?

Back online now. Backend was updated to UNOMP. More ram allocated, and bonus has been extended for one extra day.
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