Welcome to the most transparent mining pool on the planet. With centralized mining pools the only data available is what they allow you to see. P2Pool, because it is distributed and open source, provides literally all pool data for public review. Click below now for global Bitcoin P2Pool statistics and a quick reference guide to P2Pool reports available from any P2Pool node.P2Pool Statistics
P2Pool is not your typical mining pool, with it you can have as much or as little control over your pool node as you would like. Mine on a nearby public node, run a private node for only your mining equipment, or launch a massive global network of public p2pool nodes and charge a fee, whatever suits you. Click below now for public node lists and instructions on how to launch your own P2Pool node.Start Mining
P2Pool is a free and open source project; over the years it has gained a large and loyal community of followers, many have contributed to it’s continued growth. P2Pool miners can be generalized by a few traits that we all share: a passion for crypto-currency, a belief in the importance of it’s decentralized nature, and a desire to mine and support the network as profitably as possible. Click below to learn and get involved now.Community & Resources
The p2pool project and concept is announced by Forrest Voight and he releases a screenshot of P2Pool running on the Bitcoin Testnet.
First Altcoins added to P2Pool (Namecoin and Ixcoin) and first non-testing Namecoin block found by P2Pool.
P2Pool finds its 5th Bitcoin block, the first block that includes transactions. Block Height: 143923 Reward: 50BTC Transaction Fees: .044 Total Miners: 30
Over 2,200 blocks found.
Over 78,000 BTC mined.
Over 12,000 miners paid.
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