Mining
269 companies

BTC.com is a pool run by Bitmain, creators of Antpool and Antminer ASICS. BTC.com charges a 1.5% fee and pays users through a PPS system. BTC.com shares the transaction fees with miners. Old Users Still Mine with 0 Fee PPS in 2017.

Site:
pool.btc.com

Btconline is a cloud mining operation website. The company is registered in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. Just like many other cloud mining platforms, it offers several plans to choose from so users may pay more for a bigger hashrate and bigger daily revenue or pay a small amount of money for less mining power and smaller daily rewards.

To ensure the potential users that the operation is legit, Btconline is displaying the payouts (rewards) to its customers right on the homepage of the website. Any visitor can click on the BTC address or the transaction hash and make sure that the rewards are paid. However, this feature doesn't save Btconline from red flags and scam accusations. For a number of reasons, many people including the MetaMask employees consider btconline a scam.

Site:
btconline.io
Country:
USA
Launched:
2018

BTCProMiner claims to be a Bitcoin mining pool with data centers arranged across Europe, the USA, and China. Its website also mentions that its service covers up to 99% uptime. The below review discovers the real specifics of BTCProMiner. 

Country:
International

BTCSweet is a UK based cloud mining company launched in 2017.
BTCSweet charges no maintenance fee. The contracts are "lifetime" (it means that there is no determined duration of the contract and it finishes when the chosen mining plan becomes unprofitable). The platform accepts payments in Bitcoin, or by Payeer, Perfect Money or PayPal.

Country:
United Kingdom
Launched:
2017

BW.com was established in August 2014, co-founded by LK Group, Ltd and CHBTC. BW covers different services including mining chip development, miner manufacturing and selling, mining pool, Bitcoin cloud mining services and an interest-bearing wallet. All the Bitcoin mining solutions in one place. BW Mining, also known as simply BW, is now offering Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic and Ubcoin mining services.

Site:
www.bw.com

Founded in 2013 and located in the Silicon Valley of Beijing, Zhongguancun Software Park, Canaan (Canaan Creative) produces Blockchain servers and design ASIC microprocessor solutions. Canaan products are sold globally.

Site:
canaan.io
Country:
China
Launched:
2013

Canoe is a Bitcoin mining pool where miners can choose between PPS or PPLNS payment systems with fees of 2% or 4%, accordingly. The Canoe mining pool currently supports Bitcoin Unlimited.

CCG Mining offers innovative and affordable solutions to ensure access to cryptocurrency mining.

Coin Lab is a Russian Ethereum Mining Pool. Coin Lab has a 1% fee and a Prop payment system. This pool always pay full block reward including TX fees and uncle rewards.

The Coin Lab pool is part of the coin-lab.com websites, which provides news, guides and more.

Based in the UK, Coin Mining Central is a cryptocurrency mining hardware seller. The customers are able to purchase mining devices such as ASIC miners or mining rigs online and pay using Bitcoin (BTC) or Fiat through PayPal/Wire Transfer. Coin Mining Central offers free worldwide delivery and no customs or duty charges for orders with the EU. Full customer support available and warranty on all products. Worldwide tracked delivery in 3-5 working days.

Country:
United Kingdom

Coinblockers is a multi cryptocurrency mining pool. It provides users with European, North American and Asian servers as well as two payout options to mine, PPLNT, and SOLO. In addition, the pool is compatible with Nicehash and charges an average fee of 0.8%.

Coinfoundry promise speedy and friendly support, an active community and consistent and timely payouts. With servers based in USA, Asia and Europe, running on dedicated servers with multi-Gigabit peerings and managed by experienced staff with years of experience running complex systems, this pool has a 0.3% fee (Payout System: PPLNS)

Coinmine is a technology company that released the Coinmine One, an “all-in-one” console that was designed for a comfortable individual cryptocurrency mining. Looking like an X-box, it allows for mining several crypto coins. Its developers state on the website that no special expertise is required to use it. To start with Coinmine, one needs to install and run it for any Android or iOS device provided that there is a wifi connection.

Site:
coinmine.com
Country:
USA
Launched:
2018

Coinmine is a ETH, ZEC, DASH, GRS, EXP, DCR, PPC, QRK, SRC, WDC, ZCL for a 1.5%, except for ETH, DASH, EXP and DCR which has a 1% fee. Coinmine uses a Prop payment system.

Founded in 2013, CoinMiner specializes in mining and mining equipment. Through CoinMiners, individuals and businesses alike can purchase and set up mining and e-commerce-related activities.

Country:
USA
Launched:
2013

CoinMiners Ethereum Classic Pool Allows users to mine on the ETC with a 0.25% fee. This pool uses a Prop payment system and allows a 0.1 ETC minimum payout.

Coinotron is a ETH, ETC LTC, VIA, DASH, FTC, VTC and PPC mining poo. Users can many any of these cryptocurrencies for a fee depending on the reward system used: RBPPS, PPS, PPLNS or Prop. Users can also merge mine DOGE when mining Litecoin.

With servers located on U.S.A, CoinsFarm is a Musicoin and Ellaism mining pool that charges a 1% fee and runs on a PPLNS system.

Site:
coins.farm

CoinsForAll is a cryptocurrency mining pool. It supports Zcash, Zclassic, Ethereum Classic, and PrimeCoin, but only Zcash is available at the moment. The pool charges a 1% fee and it is built on a PPLNS distribution system.

CoinVersus is a P2P pool that allows users to mine DASH. The node charges a 0% fee.
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