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High-speed Matching Engine

Our proprietary high-speed matching engine supports a maximum capacity of Ten,000 transactions vanaf 2nd. Wij ensure stability under concurrency of thousands of orders, each one of which will be well processed.

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Stratum Bitcoin Gold (BTG) Mining Pool

This is a high spectacle stratum pool for mining Bitcoin Gold (BTG).

Current pool toverfee: NO Toverfee

Very first, you need to setup a wallet to generate a Translucent Address to store your mined funds and to use spil your username.

Once you have an address, validate it, and if it’s valid – proceed to setup compatible mining software.

Bitcoin Gold (BTG) Stratum servers:

Compatible GPU Miner Software

  • Download one of thesis miners for your GPU:
  • EWBF v0.Trio.4b (NVIDIA) – Windows, Linux
  • ClaymoreZcash v12.6 (AMD) – Windows, Linux

It is recommended to set your virtual memory to at least 16GB

It is recommended to create a startup script to simplify mining.

  • Create a opstopping named “start-btgpool.bat”
  • Open the freshly created opstopping with your beloved editor (Notepad, nano, vi, gedit)
  • Use the example script files below spil a kicking off point.

Example Miner Configurations

Thesis examples are with an example wallet address and example worker name both of thesis should be switched.

2017-07-28: Wij add monitoring system to pools. You can see you wallet statistics to mining.crabs.professional. If you want add something on monitoring houtvezelplaat or add email alarms is you wallet are zekering tell mij about this to slack

2017-10-08: Reboot for adding adaptive difficulty.

Active Miners On This Knot


  • Global Pool Hashrate:
  • Local Pool Hashrate:
  • Current Block Value:
  • Local Shares:
  • Share Difficulty:
  • Expected Time to Share:
  • Expected Time to Block:

Knot Information

  • Knot Peers: /
  • Knot p2pool Version:
  • Knot Toverfee:
  • Knot Uptime:
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Latest Blocks

Local Hashrate Graph

Set My Miners

Add a list of your miners to highlight on the stats pagina.

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 te pools began when the difficulty for mining enlargened 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 voet, rather than randomly once every few years.

Network Overeenstemming

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 te 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 te tremendous financial harm.

Therefore, it is your duty to make sure that any Bitcoin mining power you meteen to a mining pool does not attempt to enforce network overeenstemming rules you disagree with.

Segregated Witness

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 vereiste 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 te 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 ter the Bitcoin ecosystem because of the AntBleed scandal where they were intentionally including malware within mining equipment they sell. Ter 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 enlargening 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 te 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 ter 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 elaborate. Te 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 suffering 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 vereiste 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 proefje permits for the least possible variance ter 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 comebacks 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 zometeen shares worth more than earlier shares and scored by time, thus prizes are calculated ter 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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Bierbam posted this 8 months ago

Can anyone enlighten mij to the discrepancy inbetween local calculated hash-rate and accepted hash-rate by the pools? I wasgoed not able to find anything that makes sense to determ if the current mining setup waste is at least bearable with the used pool?

My current conlusio is mining monero with a pool from someone else and public ccminer Versions:

wastes best case average 40% of my hash rate with all tested ccminer version for nothing spil the pools attempt to minimize their network payload. (big ones are the worst)

there is no pool server terugkoppeling implemented to the miners how much wasgoed wasted. Yeah permanently check by palm how many submitted hashes from the server are logged against the hash rate. ^^

Things I could attempt:

give up monero spil its mining development is presently based on wasting resources

set up a server client system to distribute the crazy pools to something at least partial working

use my own pool just for me^^

find out how to tell the server that I want max 30 sec. till the next accepted(yeah) which hopefully results te wasting only

15-20%.(Example below is that best case and thats a server with the worst latency spil it’s also farthest away)

I’ve tested overheen the last months several versions based on the ccminer

Each 20 devices from 50H/s up to 800H/s (no overheen or underclocking/voltage etc.)

Connected to up to Three different internet connections to check if latency has any cause for this effect. -> Nope, doesn’t also seem to be no limiting by providers.

The average of 1 calculation device drops from the beginning with >=95% to around 70% with big pools even down to 35%. If I add more Devices to the same pool the percentage drops from the 70% to 50% and sometimes even lower.

The only thing that seems to trigger the druppel is the difficulty Ter some way difficulty seems to be connected to an accepted(Yeah) but that seems to be treated by each pool differently.

Example with a puny pool that needs 15 Minutes to druppel:

So commencing is 10k or 20k for most servers below 1kH/s

50% of the entire pool)

2x 600H/s + 1x 500H/s

-> more or less accepted fully with beginning 10k Difficulty (same with 20k difficulty option)

After not even 15 Minutes difficulty rises step by step to overheen 50k

Pool accepts average shown with 50k Difficulty is only 1.36Khs – 1.42KHs

After again Ten Minutes it starts permanently switching inbetween 15k and 50k and oh wonder my best result te months of average 1.47kH/s

with around 30 seconds for an yeah -> I’m possibly further testing that pool and possibly druppel another 4-5kH/s but the rente without any further background is on a low.

At The same time I checked the average of an identical single unit connected to an big pool where I liquidated the above mentioned.

612Hs ended spil everzwijn switching inbetween average 257Hs and 450Hs during no switch te difficulty and that for hours.

The time till the next accepted(yeah) is best case 50 seconds

Thats an extra skill if you liquidate some of your miners you can begin all left anew otherwise you losse even more.

Bitcoin Mining Rekenmachine is used to calculate mining profitability for Bitcoin mining. Inject your Bitcoin mining hardware hash rate te GH/s along with the power wattage and your cost of tens unit – dollars vanaf kilowatt hour ($/kWh). The current Bitcoin difficulty, Bitcoin block prize, and Bitcoin price will be entered automatically.

Bitcoin to USD

1 Bitcoin equals

Receive $Ten ter Bitcoin

Bitcoin Mining Zakjapanner Summary

Days to generate one BTC: 668.79 Day(s) (can vary greatly depending on the current exchange rates)

Days to pauze even: N/A (can vary greatly depending on the current exchange rates)

Estimated Expected Bitcoin Earnings

The estimated expected Bitcoin earnings are based on a statistical calculation using the values entered and do not account for difficulty and exchange rate fluctuations, stale/reject/orphan rates, and a pool’s efficiency. If you are mining using a pool, the estimated expected Bitcoin earnings can vary greatly depending on the pool’s efficiency, stale/reject/orphan rate, and fees. If you are mining solo, the estimated expected Bitcoin earnings can vary greatly depending on your luck and stale/reject/orphan rate.

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