This a step by step guide on how to setup your own crypto-currency mining pool. This guide is going overheen how to setup an MPOS (Mining Portal Open Source) Pool using NOMP spil stratum (Knot Open Mining Portal). This is meant to setup a mining pool for a SINGLE CRYPTO CURRENCY. This is not a guide for a Multipool.
If you want to see what it looks like before you set it all up, head to the SparkPool
For this guide purpose wij I will be using litecoin (scrypt) Crypto Currency .
- VPS with at least 1GB of Ram you can get it from any where like vultr , lenode , digitalocen
- Ubuntu 14.04 x64
- Putty (http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/
At this point you should have your VPS began, putty up and running and your logged ter spil root.
I am setting up a 4GB exchange, which may be overkill but it’s the most common interchange sized used te most guides so ill keep it at that.
dd if=/dev/zero of=/mnt/myswap.interchange bs=1M count=4000
Now let’s add it into fstab so it’ll activate at boot.
Add the following line at the end of the verkeersopstopping.
/mnt/myswap.interchange none exchange sw 0 0
Ctrl+O to save, and Ctrl+X to uitgang the nano editor.
Now your interchange is setup, you can modify the size ter the future if you need more or less.
-Install Required Packages
apt-get install git
apt-get install build-essential libboost-all-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev libdb5.1-dev libdb5.1++-dev mysql-server
Set a MySQL Root Password (different from your Ubuntu root pass!)
Install Required Packages for Mining Portal Open Source (MPOS)
Let’s get Apache Web Server Going:
apache2ctl -k zekering, sleep Two, sudo apache2ctl -k begin
You will get a message stating it could not reliably determine your servers domain name, don’t worry about this right now. The web server is still running, just go to your server’s ip (http://youserverip) te chrome
Install Required Packages for NOMP Stratum
curl –sL https://deb.nodesource.com/setup | bash –
apt-get install -y nodejs
npm install –g npm
npm install forever -g
apt-get install redis-server
Webmin is a GUI interface for managing your server.
Press the Down Arrow on your keyboard to reach the end, and add thesis two lines below:
Press Ctrl+O to save, and uitgang the nano editor with CTRL+X
Let’s get Webmin’s GPG Key
apt-key add jcameron-key.asc
apt-get install webmin
Webmin should now be installed, now let’s see if it works. Open your browser and go to https://yourserverip:10000/
Go ahead and login.
Password: Your server’s root password
If any updates speelgoedpop up ter webmin, then go ahead and install those updates.
apt-get install phpmyadmin
You then will be asked to configure a database, klapper ok and then waterput ter the password you setup with MySQL earlier.
Now wij need to add phpmyadmin to Apache.
ln -s /etc/phpmyadmin/apache.conf /etc/apache2/conf-available/phpmyadmin.conf
service apache2 reload
Head to http://yourserverip/phpmyadmin
Login to make sure everything is good.
Password: the one you setup earlier
Once you login you will see Trio or Four default databases on the left arm side. You are good to go.
If you get a crimson error message on the bottom of phpmyadmin stating mcrypt is missing then do this:
service apache2 restart
Loom back into phpmyadmin and the mcrypt error should be gone.
Mining Pool Setup
Very first let’s download some of the pool software on your PC. Yes, you’ll be using git and what not to download it on your server however there is a few files you will want to interact with on your PC.
Samenvatting that somewhere on your PC that you can lightly access.
You never run things like your coin daemon (wallet), mysql, or other things spil root!
Let’s create a user for your mining pool.
Login to ssh using putty spil root.
You’ll be prompted for a password, please use a password that is different from your root password.
The other informatie it asks for you can either pack out or just leave wit and succesnummer come in.
Now let’s give that fresh user sudo access.
adduser usernameyousetup sudo
MySQL User and Database Setup
Recall phpmyadmin? Head back to it: http://yourserverip/phpmyadmin
Using the password you setup earlier, login spil root.
Head to the “Users” button on the top of the pagina
Click on “Add user” te the middle of the pagina.
-Fill ter the “User name:” field with any username you’d choose. I like to name it after the coin I am setting up a pool for.
-Then click the button next to “Generate password:”
-You can use your own password, but I choose the generated password since it is very strong. Just reminisce to write it down somewhere.
-Now click the checkbox for “Create database with same name and grant all privileges”
If everything is good, then scroll down a bit and click “Go” ter the bottom right of the pagina.
-You should get a success message.
Now let’s invoer the MPOS database.
Click on your pool username/database you just created ter the left side of phpmyadmin.
Once you have clicked on the database, go ahead and click “Import” on the top of the
You will see a “Choose File” button, go ahead and click it and browse to the location you extracted that MPOS wij downloaded before to.
Once you navigate to the “php-mpos-master” folder on your rekentuig go ahead and click on the “sql” folder inwards. Then click on “000_base_structure.sql” and click open.
That’s all you have to do for settings
Now click “Go” on the bottom of the pagina. You should get a success message stating your invoer wasgoed successful.
The MySQL user and Database has bot successfully setup for your mining pool.
Litecoin Daemon Setup (Wallet)
Now let’s setup the coin daemon, I will be using litecoin.
Now boot up putty and login to that fresh user wij setup earlier.
tar -xzf litecoin*
After issuing “ls” you will see that litecoind and litecoin-cli are ter the bin directory.
You will get a message stating there is no configuration opstopping, and they suggest such and such rpc user/pass. Wij are getting to that.
Now wij need to setup the config verkeersopstopping for the litecoind.
I am going to begin using WinSCP to edit/add files, yes you can use nano, gedit, vim, or whatever shell based text editor you want instead. However, when a novice starts editing spil many files spil wij are about to edit it will be lighter for them if they use graphic interface for all of it. It will also help a novice understand the opstopping structure better.
I will walk you through WinSCP with this litecoind config verkeersopstopping, but after that you should be able to use it lightly if I just list out what directory you need to go to. You will see here shortly.
Once you install WinSCP, you should be prompted with a login screen.
- Select “New Site”
- “File Protocol” will be SFTP
- “Hostname:” is your VPS IP
- “Port number” is your ssh port that you have bot using with putty
- “User name:” will be root
- “Password:” is your root password
Click login, make sure to accept the host key.
Now that you have logged ter, you are te the /root folder. Dual click the “..” to back out of it.
The opstopping path is /huis/username/.litecoin
- Click on the “home” folder.
- Click on the folder that is named after your username.
- Click on “.litecoin” it will be grayed out like
Right click on the white area ter WinSCP and Go to “New” and “File”. Should look
Name the verkeersopstopping “litecoin.conf”
A white text editor window should speelgoedpop up, this is WinSCP’s internal editor and what wij will be using to edit files. Now we’ll want to waterput some basic stuff into the configuration verkeersopstopping. You should undoubtedly use a different username and password then that I use ter the guide. I am just using the ones that litecoind generated for mij already.
The default listen port for litecoin is 9333.
Now that you have updated the litecoin.conf opstopping, go ahead and click on the floppy disk icon ter the top left of the WinSCP Editor.
Now that wij have setup and saved the config verkeersopstopping, let’s get back into ssh (putty) on your user that you created earlier.
You should get a message that states “Litecoin server starting” if for some reason you can’t get out of that instruction simply press Ctrl+C te putty and it’ll fix it.
Now let’s make sure it’s updating.
The wallet should be fully updated by the time this guide is overheen, however if you are quick or hesitant simply run the getinfo instruction again and compare the block number to http://explorer.litecoin.netwerken/ if the block number matches what’s on that webpagina then you are good to go.
Now let us set the crontab so that the litecoin daemon (litecoind) will always embark on boot.
- Select “2. /bin/nano <,—- easiest”
- Use your arrow keys to scroll down to the bottom of the crontab.
- Add this line below the # symbols.
- Press Ctrl + O to save and Ctrl + X to uitgang
The Litecoin daemon will now begin on boot.
Last thing wij need to do is get a fresh address for our litecoin wallet.
An address will voorstelling up, please keep record of this address. Wij will be using it straks te the guide.
NOMP Stratum Setup
Next we’ll be setting up NOMP (knot open mining portal) to be used spil a stratum server. NOMP has it’s own gevelbreedte end, but wij are using MPOS spil the vooraanzicht end instead. Keep following the guide, you will see.
Get on your user (not root) on ssh (putty).
The directive wij just did, “cd” by default put’s your user te it’s huis folder (/huis/username), where wij will be installing a lotsbestemming of stuff.
Let’s download NOMP and waterput it ter a directory called nomp.
git clone https://github.com/zone117x/node-open-mining-portal nomp
Let’s go into the nomp directory now.
Let’s update nomp, it may take awhile depending on your servers internet connection.
Now wij will create a real config verkeersopstopping for nomp.
cp config_example.json config.json
Alright, now you need to boot up WinSCP again and login. Navigate to the nomp directory, which is /huis/username/nomp
If you are still logged into WinSCP from before, you may need to right click and click on refresh te order to see the nomp directory.
You’ll see the config.json, right click on it and edit.
Scroll down to where you see:
You need to switch the “true” to false. Should look like this when you are done:
Now you can save it and uitgang out of that config.json a, but wij are still using WinSCP so keep it open.
Alright, now NOMP needs even more configuration. Wij have not pointed it at the database yet, or set the ports, coin daemon details, etc… Let’s get into that.
Open up your ssh terminal again (putty) under your user.
cp /huis/username/nomp/pool_configs/litecoin_example.json /huis/username/nomp/pool_configs/litecoin.json
Open up WinSCP, navigate to /huis/username/nomp/pool_configs
You’ll see the fresh litecoin.json verkeersopstopping you just copied overheen with that previous directive.
Right click on it and edit it.
-Change “enabled” to true.
-“address” is that wallet address you saved earlier before, make sure you copy and paste that te there.
-You’ll see “paymentProcessing” and “enabled” below that, switch that to false.
-Now you’ll see “ports” scroll down to where you see port “3032”, switch it to “3333”.
-Go down to where you see “daemons”.
-Port will be 2300 if you copied my litecoin.conf settints from before.
-“user” is your rpcuser from the litecoin.conf.
-“password” is your rpcpassword from the litecoin.conf.
-Scroll down to “p2p” and find the “enabled” below it and switch it to false.
-Scroll down to “mposMode”.
-Change “enabled” to true.
-Change “user” to the username you setup on the phpmyadmin step from before
-Change “password” to the password you setup on the phpmyadmin step
-Change “database” to the database you setup on the phpmyadmin step (wij made it the same spil username)
If any of the settings are wrong, your stratum will not work. Please dual or triple check!
Make sure everything saved correctly, wij will come back to NOMP zometeen on.
MPOS Initial Setup
Let’s setup MPOS (Mining Portal Open Source), which will be the frontend of your pool webstek.
Alright, let’s go this going. Login to ssh on your user if you are not already.
git clone https://github.com/MPOS/php-mpos.git mpos
sudo chown –R www-data templates/compile templates/cache logs
Let’s copy overheen the configuration.
sudo cp include/config/global.inc.dist.php include/config/global.inc.php
Alright, now let’s setup the MPOS global configuration verkeersopstopping. Open up WinSCP and navigate to /huis/username/mpos/include/config/ and right click on global.inc.php and edit it.
Alright, same spil what I did with NOMP before. I will go through the steps of what to edit, and then ill postbode some screenshots of what I did afterwards.
-Scroll down to “SALT” and “SALTY”, see how it says make it something random? Literally mash on your keyboard and just get at least 20+ characters. This is what they use to scramble passwords.
-Scroll down to “algorithm”, if you are using litecoin it should remain “scrypt” and you don’t have to switch it.
-Scroll down to “Database Configuration”
-‘user’ will be the user you setup te phpmyadmin from before
-‘pass’ is the password you generated on phpmyadmin
-‘name’ is the name of the database you created with phpmyadmin before, wij named it the same spil the user if you followed the guide exactly.
-Move down to “Local wallet RPC”
-On ‘host’ switch 19334 to 2300
-‘username’ to your rpcuser from the litecoin.conf
-‘password’ to your rpcpassword from the litecoin.conf
Now, for Litecoin the global config is all setup now. You can switch the ondergrens and maximum auto-withdrawals, and everything else after you make sure the pool is operational.
Now wij need to point the Apache Virtual Server towards the MPOS public directory.
Login to Webmin, https://yourserverip:10000/
-Go to Servers >, Apache Webserver.
-You should see the Virtual Server that says “Handles the name-based server on address *.”, click on that virtual server.
-Go to “Virtual Server Details” on the bottom
-Find “Document Root” and switch “/var/www/html” to “/huis/username/mpos/public”,
Now wij need to update the Apache configuration a bit.
-Click on “Global Configuration” on the top center left,
-Click on “Edit Config Files”
-Scroll all the way to the bottom of the config verkeersopstopping
-Add this to the bottom, and update it according to your username obviously.
Options Indexes FollowSymLinks
Require all granted
-Click on “Apply Changes” te the type right of Webmin.
Now let’s see if the MPOS frontend is working, go to http://yourserverip
If you see the MPOS frontpage, then go ahead and skip to the “MPOS Frontend Initial” step.
If you get a wit pagina, don’t worry it may be a permissions punt.
Login to root on ssh.
chown -R www-data templates/compile templates/cache logs
Now head back to http://yourserverip and see if MPOS shows up.
Before wij get into the cronjobs, let’s go ahead and get familiar with MPOS.
Click on “Other” and then click “Sign up”
The very first account on MPOS is the admin account and does not require email activation. Pack ter the informatie and then click “Register” on the bottom.
he coin address is just your wallet, that you want your mined coins to go to. By default MPOS won’t let you register without one.
Also, if you are getting “token expired” messages don’t worry, it’s just MPOS being finicky. Attempt again.
You should get a “Please check your mailbox to activate” message, don’t worry you do not need to activate anything spil the very first account is the admin account.
Go ahead and login.
-Go to Admin Panel >, System >, Settings
-Click on “System” on that settings pagina:
-Find “Disable e-mail confirmations” and select yes.
-Scroll to the bottom and click save.
Now you just set it so users can register without email confirmations, which is significant if you don’t have a mail server setup. The other settings you can fucktoy with zometeen on after this guide is overheen, such spil your pool name.
Last thing, go to Admin Panel >, System >, Monitoring
This pagina is not significant now, but it will be when wij setup the cronjobs. Please keep it open te a tabulator on your browser for straks. I will refer to it spil the “Monitoring Page” te the cronjob section of this guide.
Do not worry if there is issues like “we can’t poke your Stratum server”, because the Stratum is not began yet. Wij will get into that here shortly.
MPOS Cronjob Setup
MPOS work’s off of Three different main cronjobs. Payout, statistics, and maintenance. There are others, but this is what wij will be setting up. Wij will run them every minute, it is very significant that you run thesis crons every minute otherwise MPOS likes to pauze.
Login to Webmin, http://yourserverip:10000/
Go to System >, Scheduled Cronjobs
-Select “Create a fresh scheduled cronjob” on the bottom.
-“Execute cron job as”, select your user.
-“Active” will be yes.
-Command will be “/huis/username/mpos/cronjobs/run-statistics.sh”
-Go down to “Minutes” and click on the “selected” and then highlight all the numbers.
Now you will create Two more cronjobs using the precies process wij just did above, for “/huis/username/mpos/cronjobs/run-maintenance.sh” and “/huis/username/mpos/cronjobs/run-payout.sh”
I won’t repeat the process, it’s truly straight forward and I am sure you can do it if you have gotten this far ter the guide.
Alright, recall that “Monitoring Page” I had you leave open? Go back to it, and succesnummer refresh.
Your monitoring pagina should get fresh results shoved to it every minute, if not it’ll turn yellow and eventually crimson.
Congraulations, your cronjobs are setup.
Reminisce NOMP? Wij are going to turn it on now.
Loom back onto ssh (putty) spil your user.
Before wij set NOMP to stay on “forever” wij are going to make sure it works very first while wij can still interact with it.
Let’s commence the stratum server ter shell.
If you have no errors, then you are good your stratum is running. If you have issues, please go back to the NOMP setup part of the guide.
Now fire up your miner, I am not going to go into specifics about setting up cgminer or what have you. If you don’t know how to setup a miner, you very likely should of researched that long before you attempted to setup your own pool.
Details for your miner:
Now type this to keep init.js running indefinitely (until you restart your server or nomp crashes).
forever embark init.js
Your Stratum is now running, and will stay running even if you close your ssh terminal.
Congratulations You have now your own Mining Pool Ready to Commence
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Hey nice tutorial but im having issues getting it working . im working with nothing but ssl with plesk panel if you could help mij out with this on ssl that would be superb
What if i run on ubuntu 16.04?
anybody know how to make a manual payment?
I’m using mpos and nomp on my pool.
I would like to transfer the toverfee balance I have ter my wallet to a different wallet.
I can simply do a sendtoaddress, but that doesn’t update the balance reported ter admin/funds/wallet informatie.
I’m thinking I should be able to insert a line te a table to trigger the payout:
INSERT INTO table_name ( field1, field2,…,fieldN ) VALUES ( value1, value2,…,valueN ),
why don’t emerges balance ter my wallet? still zero.
if you find block then ti should be display ..fucktoy can go to admin and see the server stat all ter green may be rpc is not connected to your pool
Bitcoin mining pools are a way for Bitcoin miners to pool their resources together and share their hashing power while splitting the prize identically according to the amount of shares they contributed to solving a block.
A “share” is awarded to members of the Bitcoin mining pool who present a valid proof of work that their Bitcoin miner solved. Bitcoin mining ter pools began when the difficulty for mining enhanced to the point where it could take years for slower miners to generate a block.
The solution to this problem wasgoed for miners to pool their resources so they could generate blocks quicker and therefore receive a portion of the Bitcoin block prize on a consistent ondergrond, rather than randomly once every few years.
If you solo-mine, meaning you do not mine with a Bitcoin mining pool, then you will need to ensure that you are ter overeenstemming with the Bitcoin network. The best way is to use the official BitCore client.
If you participate ter a Bitcoin mining pool then you will want to ensure that they are engaging te behavior that is ter agreement with your philosophy towards Bitcoin.
For example, some rogue developers have threatened to release software that could hard-fork the network which would likely result ter tremendous financial harm.
Therefore, it is your duty to make sure that any Bitcoin mining power you ongezouten to a mining pool does not attempt to enforce network overeenstemming rules you disagree with.
When segwit is activated, you will want to be able to mine and relay segwit-style blocks. The following mining software has bot upgraded to support segwit.
Please note that software that supports the GetBlockTemplate (GBT) RPC voorwaarde be upgraded to support the BIP9 and BIP145 switches to GBT. All the programs linked above that support GBT have bot upgraded.
Segwit is already activated and enforced on testnet, so you may find it useful to test your infrastructure upgrade by mining with some puny amount of hashrate on testnet. Alternatively, Bitcoin Core 0.13.1’s regression test mode (regtest) also supports segwit by default.
Bitcoin Mining Pools
There are many good Bitcoin mining pools to choose from. Albeit it’s tempting to pick the most popular one, it’s better for the health of the network to mine with smaller pools so spil to avoid potentially harmful concentration of hashing power.
The hash rate distribution is best when split among more Bitcoin mining pools.
Bitcoin Mining Pool Hash Rate Distribution
Bitcoin Mining Pool Options
For a fully decentralized pool, wij very recommend p2pool.
The following pools are believed to be presently fully validating blocks with Bitcoin Core 0.11 or zometeen:
BTCC: BTCC is a Bitcoin exchange, wallet, and mining pool located ter China. Its mining pool presently controls around 15% of the network hash rate.
Slush Pool: Slush Pool is run by Satoshi Labs, a Bitcoin company based ter the Czech Republic. Slush Pool wasgoed the very first mining pool and maintains around 7% of the network hash rate.
Antpool: [WARNING] – Bitmain operates Antpool and some consider them to be a malicious actor te the Bitcoin ecosystem because of the AntBleed scandal where they were intentionally including malware within mining equipment they sell. Te a corporate communication, Bitmain claimed this wasgoed a feature and not a bug. This malware would enable Bitmain to remotely shut down equipment of customers or competitors thus enhancing their own profitability. Additionally, such behavior could pose a risk to the entire Bitcoin network.
Eligius: Eligius wasgoed one of the very first Bitcoin mining pools and wasgoed founded by Luke Dashjr, a Bitcoin Core developer. Today, the pool controls just under 1% of the network hash rate.
BitMinter: BitMinter, once one of the largest Bitcoin mining pools, now controls less than 1% of the network hash rate.
Kano CKPool: Kano CKPool wasgoed founded ter 2014 and presently has around 3% of the network hash rate under its control.
F2Pool: F2Pool is the 2nd largest Bitcoin mining pool, with around 25% of the network hash rate. Its user interface is ter Chinese, making it difficult for English speakers to join.
BW Pool: BW Pool controls around 7% of the network hash rate. Like F2Pool, its user interface is te Chinese, making it difficult for English speakers to join.
Bitfury: Albeit seen publically te block explorers and hash rate charts, BitFury is a private mining pool and cannot be joined.
Bitcoin Mining Pool Payment Methods
Calculating your share of the bitcoins mined can be sophisticated. Ter an ongoing effort to come up with the fairest method and prevent gaming of the system, many calculation schemes have bot invented. The two most popular types are PPS and DGM. PPS, or ‘pay vanaf share’ shifts the risk to the mining pool while they assure payment for every share you contribute.
PPS payment schemes require a very large reserve of Ten,000 BTC ter order to ensure they have the means of bearing a streak of bad luck. For this reason, most Bitcoin mining pools no longer support it.
One of the few remaining PPS pools is EclipseMC. DGM is a popular payment scheme because it offers a nice balance inbetween brief round and long round blocks. However, end users voorwaarde wait for utter round confirmations long after the blocks are processed.
PPS: The Pay-per-Share (PPS) treatment offers an instant, ensured payout for each share that is solved by a miner. Miners are paid out from the pools existing balance and can withdraw their payout instantly. This monster permits for the least possible variance te payment for miners while also transferring much of the risk to the pool’s technicus.
PROP: The Proportional treatment offers a proportional distribution of the prize when a block is found amongst all workers, based off of the number of shares they have each found.
PPLNS: The Pay Vanaf Last N Shares (PPLN) treatment is similar to the proportional method, but instead of counting the number of shares ter the round, it instead looks at the last N shares, no matter the boundaries of the round.
DGM: The Dual Geometric Method (DGM) is a hybrid treatment that enables the technicus to absorb some of the risk. The technicus receives a portion of payouts during brief rounds and comes back it during longer rounds to normalize payments.
SMPPS: The Collective Maximum Pay Vanaf Share (SMPPS) uses a similar treatment to PPS but never pays more than the Bitcoin mining pool has earned.
ESMPPS: The Equalized Collective Maximum Pay Vanaf Share (ESMPPS) is similar to SMPPS, but distributes payments identically among all miners ter the Bitcoin mining pool.
RSMPPS: The Latest Collective Maximum Pay Vanaf Share (RSMPPS) is also similar to SMPPS, but the system prioritizes the most latest Bitcoin miners very first.
CPPSRB: The Capped Pay Vanaf Share with Latest Backpay uses a Maximum Pay Vanaf Share (MPPS) prize system that will pay Bitcoin miners spil much spil possible using the income from finding blocks, but will never go bankrupt.
BPM: Bitcoin Pooled mining (BPM), also known spil “Slush’s pool”, uses a system where older shares from the beginning of a block round are given less weight than more latest shares. This reduces the capability to cheat the mining pool system by switching pools during a round.
POT: The Pay on Target (POT) treatment is a high variance PPS that pays out te accordance with the difficulty of work returned to the pool by a miner, rather than the difficulty of work done by the pool itself.
SCORE: The SCORE based treatment uses a system whereby a proportional prize is distributed and weighed by the time the work wasgoed submitted. This process makes straks shares worth more than earlier shares and scored by time, thus prizes are calculated te proportion to the scores and not shares submitted.
ELIGIUS: Eligius wasgoed designed by Luke Jr., creator of BFGMiner, to incorporate the strengths of PPS and BPM pools, spil miners submit proofs-of-work to earn shares and the pool pays out instantly. When the block prizes are distributed, they are divided identically among all shares since the last valid block and the shares contributed to stale blocks are cycled into the next block’s shares. Prizes are only paid out if a miner earns at least. 67108864 and if the amount owed is less than that it will be spinned overheen to the next block until the limit is achieved. However, if a Bitcoin miner does not submit a share for overheen a period of a week, then the pool will send any remaining balance, regardless of its size.
Triplemining: Triplemining brings together medium-sized pools with no fees and redistributes 1% of every block found, which permits your share to grow swifter than any other Bitcoin mining pool treatment. The administrators of thesis Bitcoin mining pools use some of the Bitcoins generated when a block is found to add to a jackpot that is triggered and paid out to the member of the pool who found the block. Ter this way, everyone ter the pool has a better chance to make extra Bitcoins, regardless of their processing power.
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posted Ten/12/2016 12:56:Nineteen by admin
Block 434048 contained 1668 transactions with a total value of Ten,684.64971416 BTC . Miners earned 12.86591264 BTC prize, which includes 0.36591264 BTC ter fees. Another nice green block with a CDF of 0.3384.
posted Ten/09/2016 12:21:39 by admin
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posted 08/30/2016 00:21:54 by admin
Block 427462 found by VeNoMZiTo! The block has 2398 TX and is 998.2KB with a total transactional value of 22151.31182623 BTC. Miners earned a total of 13.11340284 BTC. 12.Five BTC from the block prize and 0.61340284 BTC te transaction fees.
posted 07/21/2016 11:08:Legal by admin
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Block 410081 wasgoed found by YuenglingDude. It contained 1615 transactions and had a value of 25.29549461 BTC. This is YuenglingDude’s very first block and the pool’s 10th! Congrats!
posted 05/02/2016 16:16:16 by admin
The pool’s ninth block wasgoed found earlier by jonnybravo. Block 409910 contained 968 transactions and had a value of 25.20779969 BTC. Onto block Ten 🙂
posted 04/22/2016 23:02:Ten by admin
Just launched, Bravo Mining is blessed to announce a fresh stratum server for our EU miners: eu.stratum.bravo-mining.com
posted 04/15/2016 20:43:42 by admin
I meant to write this earlier today, but unluckily got busy and couldn’t get to it until now.
Shortly after Rozo found a block, OneInchWonder kasstuk his very first block on the pool. Block 407382 wasgoed found with only Five.9% of expected shares, making it the luckiest block to date. This is the pool’s seventh block.
posted 04/14/2016 21:34:45 by admin
After only 12.51% of expected shares, Rozo found block 407333! That is the pool’s 6th block and Rozo’s very first. Congrats.
posted 04/13/2016 22:13:13 by admin