Bitcoin mining pools
A mining pool is a joint group of bitcoin or other cryptocurrency miners who combine their computational resources over a network.
The Komodo Mining Pool is a cryptocurrency mining pool dedicated to mining Equihash-based cryptocurrencies. Users can mine Komodo, Zcash, Zclassic and Hush in this pool. The pool charges a 1% fee and makes payouts ever minute. You can also download the Cloud Mining Pool app, which is simple Android application for checking miners on this mining pool. See more
Coinotron is a pool for mining ETH, ETC, LTC, VIA, DASH, FTC, VTC, and PPC. The platform also offers a merged DOGE extraction. Coinotron focuses on security issue with user passwords hashed and salted. The servers run DDOS-protection and 2-factor authentication. There are also brute force and dictionary attack protection on the website. Coinotron... See more
The DigiHash pool is a DGB mining pool where users can mine Digibyte through all available algorithms (except Groestl). The DigiHash pool charges a 5% fee which goes to support DigiByte development. The pool features a high-performance Node.js backend and has a 100 DGB minimum payout. See more
TheCoin is a multi-cryptocurrency pool. It allows users to mine multiple cryptocurrencies: ACOIN, ASC, CNC, CSC, DGB, DGC, NOTE, FST, FFC, FLO, FRK, GLD, XJO, MEC, MYR, SXC, SWING, TGC, TIT, UNIT, XVG, WBB, and ZET. All these coins can be mined for a 0% fee, as the pool runs on donations. The payment system for TheCoin is Prop. See more