Bitcoin mining pools
A mining pool is a joint group of bitcoin or other cryptocurrency miners who combine their computational resources over a network.
Ethash Pool is a 0.5% fee cryptocurrency mining pool that offers two different pools, Ethash pool, and Grin pool. Ethash pool is a multi-algorithm mining pool, which allows the users to mine ETH, ETC and ETP and get paid in Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Ethereum Classic (ETC) and Metaverse (ETP) with a PPLNS payout system. For miners with... See more
Cruxpool is a mining pool made for miners by miners and operated by the company ILIIUM. It provides a bunch of tools to help miners monitor their mining rigs: real-time statistics, professional support (with a dedicated Discord), 0% fees for two months, very low threshold (0.01 ETH) and complete API and tutorials. See more
Prohashing is a pay per share (PPS), pay-per-last-N-shares (PPLNS), and solo mining pool that supports the following algorithms: Scrypt · SHA-256 · X11 · Neoscrypt · Ethash · Equihash · Skein · Lyra2REv2 · Qubit · Lyra2REv3 · Equihash-144_5 · CryptonightR. User rent its hash rate to Prohashing by connecting to the pool, and it pays the user for the... See more
Flypool is a mining pool for ZEC coins. The servers are located in the USA, EU, and China. The pool does not require registration and account creation – mining activities are completely anonymous. Payments are made under PPLNS scheme. Flypool sets the low fee at 1% and pays all mining rewards (blocks and fees). The minimum payout – 0.001 ZEC. The... See more