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When you think about exciting new mining projects, who could look past Hash Mining Pool. The small Australian-based development team soft-launched their open-source Yiimp based multi-algorithm, multi-coin mining pool server in late December 2020 and have injected themselves right into alternative currency mining scene.
Unlike many mining pools which are hosted on cloud-based servers, Hash Mining Pool wanted to do things a little differently. Their server has been built on a customized dedicated local machine dubbed HashCore 1.0, which features proprietary code that deploys active script managed dynamic DNS and some other bespoke security protocols keeping the server completely independent of 3rd party reliance apart from ISP.
The mining pool interface itself has been under rapid and ongoing development since launch, which has included stratum rebuilds, GUI improvements, a flurry of new coins, and plenty of troubleshooting, which for the most part has been undertaken with minimal impact on mining. Despite an unpublicized soft launch, the HashCore 1.0 server has already seen traffic of up to 50 individual miners at any one time, which was far beyond the team’s expectations at the early stage of the build. The pool does remain under heavy development for the medium term and the project team remains committed to doing this work with minimal disruption to existing services.
The Hash Mining Pool teams evolving strategy is currently focussing on supporting new developers’ projects. The pool has been set up to pay out in the currency that is mined and the coins selected for the pool are heavily researched and monitored, including regular discussions with coin developers as required. The pool is not structured to make any short term profit, it takes a fee of 0.5% on payouts and these coins are generally held by the pool for potential long term gains or reinvested in giveaways and other promotional initiatives to further build the Hash Mining Pool community and the coins they support.
So, let’s have a look at a few details worth noting about the Hash Mining Pool experience:
No Registration required – the team wanted to stick with the core values of a decentralized crypto platform and have launched the pool in a truly anonymous platform. Simply grab your miner command line details from the command line generator on their home page and mine straight to your wallet address.
Blocks are distributed proportionately amongst validly submitted shares – this enables everyone to get involved, if the pool is finding blocks and your CPU, GPU, ASIC or FPGA has been submitting valid shares you are going to earn coins with their platform.
Automatic stratum difficulty – the pool stratum automatically adjusts your miner difficulty to provide optimal performance for your rig.
Live tracking – simply enter your wallet address on their website and monitor hash rates, balances, blocks, confirmations, and everything else needed to put you in control of your mining operations.
If you want to support the Hash Mining Pool project, collaborate, or just learn a bit more about the project, simply head over to their website, social media or direct contact via the links below.