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2Miners pool developers have come across the incompetence of other members of the mining industry. Bitforex exchange has accidentally lost coins of a pool miner and failed to find them. The dispute has dragged on for a while, but we have realized that dealing with this platform is a risky business. We would like to tell you what happened and how it all ended.
Hello, Slava Karpenko, CTO of 2Miners here. I thought it could be interesting to talk about how we ensure the smooth operation of our pools for our miners and what infrastructure we have in place. Read more
We’ve received a lot of requests last week on Telegram Support Chat and 2Miners Helpdesk. Miners were reporting a sudden drop of Antminer E3 hashrate on Ethereum Classic (ETC) cryptocurrency mining pool. Ethereum (ETH) mining though was working fine. We have investigated this issue and the conclusions are disappointing.
Innosilicon A10 is one of the most powerful Ethash ASIC devices available. 2Miners miners are beginning to receive their A10 machines. We have updated our pools to support ASIC-compatible Stratum protocols as well as the native NiceHash protocol. This allows you to mine more efficiently using the NiceHash rented hashing power and ASICs such as Innosilicon A10.
We have completed a new round of updates for our pools bearing Ethereum protocol coins. Now the pools support native NiceHash and ASIC-compatible Stratum protocols allowing you to mine more efficiently through the NiceHash orders and with the ASICs (such as Innosilicon A10, for example).