Aug 11, 2019 at 10:38
Difference Between Cloud Mining and Pools
Cloud mining provides an established system to mine a digital asset like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, etc. without installing all the hardware and other necessary equipment. There are some firms which enable people to create accounts with them and go ahead to take part in the practice of mining for a simple cost. The practice enables the process to be globally accessible by massive participants. There are so far 3 models including hosted, virtual host and leased hashing power.
Jul 31, 2019 at 10:52
Bitcoin is on the Verge of Becoming Centralized
Today, Bitcoin mining activity seems to be a hurdle for most anonymous participants due to the massive competition originating from the giant pools. So far, some of the biggest miners we have in the industry include BTC.com, F2Pool, AntPool, BTC.TOP, Poolin, Huibi.pool, SlushPool, ViaBTC and many others. However, the largest share of about 40% is currently taken by only three companies, of which two of these (BTC.com and Antpool) are managed by one company (Bitmain). This has brought a lot of queries in the blockchain and digital asset industry and has left people thinking that the flagship crypto is on the brink of becoming a centralized cryptocurrency.
Jun 21, 2019 at 13:21
Benefits and Criteria for Picking Cryptocurrency Mining Pool
The people who adopted Bitcoin earlier, benefited a lot from it, especially during the cryptocurrency bubble in December 2017 when they saw weighty block rewards and massive gains from this money-spinning new venture. The time when Bitcoin had just surfaced, its mining was relatively cheap, but when its price and popularity started to increase uniformly, the mining difficulty followed suit. Now, pools appear to be a big deal for crypto investors who want to venture into mining.