Bitmain’s BTC.Com Mining Pool Goes Live

Bitmain’s BTC.Com Mining Pool Goes Live

Bitmain has announced the launch of its latest open source BTC.com bitcoin mining pool with new improvements and attractive pricing. Bitmain, the Bitcoin Mining ASICs manufacturer has launched a new open source mining pool. The new mining pool is part of BTC.com, the company’s Bitcoin block explorer, analytics tools and wallet services arm. According to the company’s blog post, Bitmain is offering a great deal to all the users joining its new mining pool. All miners on BTC.com mining pool will be able to mine the digital currency without having to pay any mining fee until next year.....


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