Mining Pools News
A mining pool is an association of miners that combine their computing resources to mine cryptocurrency blocks and split the reward equally, according to the contributed amount of work. Mining pools became necessary when the difficulty of proof-of-work cryptocurrency mining increased so much that it became impossible for the average miner to mine a full block. The growing difficulty led to the establishment of the first mining pools for Bitcoin. Today, Bitcoin mining pools are the most influential communities in the Bitcoin network and are the major organs that decide whether new forks should be implemented. There are also Ethereum mining pools, Litecoin mining pools and mining pools of other major cryptocurrencies that are too hard to mine alone. There are also mining multipools that switch from one cryptocurrency to another when it becomes more profitable to mine.
Despite Bitcoin’s perceived hash rate recovery, analysts noted that the recent 150 EH/s reading was based on a short 24-hour window.
China mining shock may not be over yet, experts suggest
According to CEO Johnny Lyu, people using renewable energy sources for mining will receive discounts on fees.
KuCoin encourages greener crypto mining with proof-of-work pool
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Mining software appears to have cracked Nvidia's Lite Hash Rate algorithm
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Bit Mining is looking to exit China’s market in response to the recent government crackdown on mining.
Bit Mining raises $50M to take operations out of China
Hive aims to take advantage of the East-to-West shift in Bitcoin mining power after regulators in China have renewed efforts to crack down on the industry.
Green energy-focused Bitcoin miner Hive joins North American mining pool
Many Bitcoin miners in China are down with the blues as Beijing forces several operations to go offline.
Chinese Bitcoin miners ‘not even in the mood to drink anymore’