June – Work Progress Report

New Servers for Ethereum Mining Pool

Despite the decreasing ETH price this month 2Miners Ethereum pool hashrate has exceeded 20 TH/s on average.



Due to the high demand, we needed to add more servers to the Ethereum PPLNS pool system to keep the service going at the same high level. In June we’ve released 2 more servers in Europe, 1 in Asia, and 1 more in the US. So there are 7 servers for Europe, 3 for Asia, and 3 for the US in total right now.

New Pool API

We are still developing the new pool API and the new statistics dashboards. This June we’ve successfully released it for the Expanse (EXP) pool. The same dashboards would be available for Ethereum and other coins very soon. If you are curious how is it going just go to EXP pool and choose any miner you want. All the statistics are transparent as always.

This process takes a little more time than we’ve expected as we are constantly improving the code and implementing the new ideas. Next month we expect the new API and statistics to be available for many more pools on 2Miners. Expanse is just our testing ground.

Node Updates

All the mining pools require constant monitoring and upgrading. In June we’ve updated the nodes of multiple coins.

  • Aeternity Node 6.1.0 – bug fix
  • Beam Fierce Fermion 6.0.11647 – hotfix
  • ZCash 4.4.1
  • Flux (ZEL) 5.0.2

New Mining Software

New mining software has been released so we’ve updated our Quick Start Archive. Archive password is 2miners

  • gminer 2.57
  • t-rex 0.20.4
  • teamredminer 0.8.3

We’ve also updated the Firo bat-files.

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The 2Miners pool co-founder, businessman, miner. In 2017 started mining cryptocurrencies and built many rigs on his own. As a result, he gained lots of practical knowledge and became interested in sharing it with others. In his articles on 2Miners, he shares useful tips that he tried and tested himself. For example, Darek gives advice on how to buy hardware components for the basic mining rig and how to connect them to each other correctly. He also explained lots of complicated terms in simple words, such as shares, mining luck, block types, and cryptocurrency wallets. After the pool was launched, he published a series of articles ‘Crypto Mythbusters’ where he explained how to protect the network against 51% attack, talked about cryptocurrency mining difficulty and difficulties of launching your own node.

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