Questions on: mining-pools - страница 13

Well, first of all when you submit a share, it gets validated through the BTC/LTC client/daemon. If it is the correct solution to a block, then poof, an incoming transaction of 25BTC / 50LTC appears in the pools transaction history. This is called an
My question is: How does the pool prevent the miner from screening the shares they generate for a large number of trailing zeroes that would afford them the whole block at the current difficulty? If a miner could do this, they could just steal blocks
Bitcoin mining pools are a way for Bitcoin miners to pool their resources together and share their hashing power while splitting the reward equally according to the amount of shares they contributed to solving a block. A "share" is awarded to members
Hi all, first of all: I am not a tech guy like so many people here in the board. I'm not a mathematican or engineer, therefore, I lack some basic technical understanding when reading several posts and whitepapers. What I am: A Bitcoin-enthusiast sinc
Hi all, So I was about to order my mining rig at my local PC parts seller today, and after talking to him, he told me my Intel 6700k CPU would not fit the requirements for 6 GPU (RX 480) mining on a motherboard (GA-X99-Gaming 5P). I couldn't remember