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  • # [[Pool vs. solo mining|Solo-mine]] a block, and have the newly-mined coins sent to your wallet. ...the fact that you're using bitcoin at all. As the coins were obtained by [[mining]] they are entirely unlinked from any other information about you. Since th
    158 KB (24,733 words) - 16:01, 6 October 2021
  • =Pooled Mining= ...ool can be reached over tor. The general methodology here is to tell your mining client to use your local Tor proxy. This is client specific but there are
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  • |industry=[[Mining pool]] |defunct=2011
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  • Bitp.it (pronounced bit pit) was a Bitcoin mining pool where members could work together to solve blocks. * [[Comparison of mining pools]]
    786 bytes (119 words) - 01:52, 10 June 2019
  • ...n earlier shares, thus the miner's score quickly diminishes when they stop mining on the pool. Rewards are calculated proportionally to scores (and not to sh A statistically valid analysis of some pools and their payout methods: [http://organofcorti.blogspot.com/ Bitcoin networ
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  • |industry=[[Mining pool]] |defunct=July 24, 2011
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  • |defunct=May 22, 2012 ...pool. The pool offered mining contracts<ref>{{cite btct|id=17208|title=HK mining contract|date=15 June 2011}}</ref> and a forum.
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  • A former [[Pooled mining|mining pool]] that used the Pay-per-Last-N-Shares (PPLNS) reward system. ...lk.org/index.php?topic=248031 Galaxy Mining Pool]</ref>. It has since gone defunct.
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