Electroneum Mining Pools

News

I have not worked on this page for quite a while, partly because I was pretty discouraged Electroneum did not really take off until now. And that is not only about price, but also that it is still not listed on major exchanges. Also the difficulty went up so much that it does not really make sense anymore to mine Electroneum as a private person with just one or a few computers.

I also did not check the traffic to this page. I will do soon. If it is still pretty high I will do the updates necessary, like keeping up to some promises I made to add some pools and adjust the script to present live data for those pools.

Before I noticed quite some of pools seem to have stopped operation lately. Looking now most of the pools are still there and only a few have stopped operation, so I will update the table for that.

Introduction

This page is slowly coming together as I finished the basic programming of the mining pool data and am focusing now on adding missing pools and making sure it is clear which data is manual and which data is fetched live. The basics for that are in place and I guess the data is at least 90% clear and correct. Best place to start is the table with an overview of all mining pools I included in this page right now. Most data is updated live, when you open this page. Just click on the block below to go to the summary table:

Clicking on the name of the pool in the table will bring you to a chapter about the pool lower in the page with more information about that pool.

There are some more pools I know of. I just did not find the time yet to add all pools. I did find a way to add new pools fast now. Please be patient to have all pools and all data as I, and probably you, have in mind. And no, I am not Richard Ells or Electroneum ☺.


Of course you are welcome to read the rest of the page, or the page from top to bottom, but as said, a bit chaotic now as I am focusing on programming the pool date. I will organize the information better later, including sort options and stuff, probably by also splitting the page in several pages or make a page for each pool. I already made a more general page about Electroneum and moved some of the previous content of this page there.

On <date/time> 1 ETN was USD <xxx> (courtesy CoinMarketCap).

Listing here and more

If you want a/your Electroneum (ETN) mining pool being listed here just send an e-mail to guus@inspiration-for-success.com. Please note this is a secure page and for now I need an ssl link to the json stats page in order to display live statistics. Please send that link to me, whether secure or not, either in the comments or in an e-mail. I won’t display that link publicly.

Comments on mining pools are very welcome. I just enabled the comments section.

And well, just wanted to know GitHub, so just used my (newbie) miner script. You can find it on GitHub: Electroneum mining miner script.

Background

ElectroneumSo I started mining Electroneum (ETN). And that meant that I had to find pools, as it doesn’t make much sense to do cryptomining alone. So I found a list somewhere. And then saw some in posts. And then I thought just now, why not try to get some traffic for that, create a page with an overview of Electroneum mining pools. So here it is. Let’s see where this goes.

Wow, I started with a few ETN pools and then wanted to create a simple page to help people find them. Now, while converting this page to a programmed page with live stats update I am finding myself in kind of an enormous job as there are plenty of pools now to mine Electroneum. So please forgive me this page is not up-to-date yet, although I am getting there, yes, much slower than I could have ever imagined. Good sign for Electroneum I guess, as there are plenty of people mining now and people providing mining pools.

Maybe first start with the remark that it is taking me more time to maintain this page than I initially anticipated. There are many more Electroneum pools than the small list I started with. The current  Electroneum mining pool list is pretty complete right now and I started separating it into working pools and non-working pools, so you don’t have to check all.

Ah, yes, and I made a nice script to start mining on the different pools. First real Linux script I ever made, as I never really used Linux before as I was a Microsoft fan. Until Microsoft tried to improve Windows XP, which I think they never really managed to do, make something better than XP. So now I am using Ubuntu, slowly converting everything to Ubuntu, even though I miss  the DFS functionality.

Ah, if you like this page, my wallet address is “etnk67tbdXAB45wCP7c3ukE4fLNpQyQasYiDZNWenzUWEgfjgJxXdjjizpymwzuLfuNBznFocLD5KB7iwLq1YRmJ4BCvbkdwRm” (no, this is not a link). If you just send like 5 ETN, right now still much less than USD 1.00, I would be very grateful. Please add payment id “087828cd33931e3a44709fcbb9627c579c5d431f016828ee633e805ffaa34f1a“. Of course any amount is appreciated, even 1 ETN.

Thank you so much people who made a donation! Keep in mind it is not only about the money, also about feeling appreciated for doing the work making and updating this page.

And yes, I have the Electroneum blockchain and wallet software running. So yes, it just works, even though the Android app is not yet ready/released.

Electroneum mining pools

So these are the Electroneum mining pools I found until now. Behind the domain I put a friendly name that I use for: my script that starts my miner. Currently still updating and checking everything. And yes, I will try to make this into a table and try to make links to the sites easier.

For now this is what I could do. The links point to details lower in this page, if I put the details already. The details section hold information to the pools and related site or sites.

/issues/118And sorry I have not been updating a lot recently. Main reason is that I have been sick for the last week and rested most of the time. I started updating though. Also needed, as there have been quite some changes with new pools added and older pools somehow taken out of service, as you can see with the ‘errors’ in the table.

Summary

New pools:

Working sites (data is updated when you open this page unless stated otherwise):

Nice name (click for details lower in the page) Website (opens in new window) Hash rate (approx.) Miners Pool fee Payout threshold Comments
aicryptohttp://etn.ai-crypto.com10 ETN
bestpoolhttp://etn.bestminepool.com/pool20 H/s21%2 ETNManual data, last updated January 7, 2018.
cryptobitshttp://etn.cryptobits.ltd15 ETN
cryptoclubhttp://etn.crypto-coins.club10 ETN
dedpewlhttp://electroneum.dedpewl.com/10 ETN
easyblockhttps://www.easyblock.pro208 KH/s390.1%10 ETNNone-standard statistics page. I will update this soon.
easyhashhttp://easyhash.io/start/etn2 ETN
elfrhttps://electromine.frUnknown
etnushttp://etnpool.us750 H/s111.5%2 ETN ETN
fairhashhttp://etn.fairhash.org15 M/s1970Unknown
hashpartyasiahttp://asia-etn-stats.hashparty.io5 ETNSeems same as Hashparty US. Showing stats from Hashparty US.
hashpartyukhttp://uk-etn-stats.hashparty.io5 ETN
hashpartyushttp://us-etn-stats.hashparty.io5 ETN
hashvaulthttps://electroneum.hashvault.proUnknown
herominershttps://etn.herominers.club10 ETN
luckypoolhttps://etn.luckypool.io175 KH/s1110.5%5 ETNUpdated December 25, 2017.
minekittenhttp://minekitten.io195 KH/s4180%5 ETNData as per December 25, 2017.
minerfacthttp://electroneum.minerfact.comunknownunknown0.77%100 ETNNon-standard statistics page. Non-standard ports.
minershttps://etnminers.comUnknown ETN
mobilehttp://electroneum.mobile-mining.com2 ETN
nanopoolhttps://etn.nanopool.orgN/AN/AN/AN/A ETNMultiple pools see details.
nocroomhttp://etn.pool.nocroom.com0 H/s01%10 ETNNewly added January 1, 2018. No live data yet.
ovhhttp://electroneum.ovh5 ETN
pislvhttp://electroneum.pis.lvN/AN/A0%UnknownTemporarily offline.
poolclubhttp://etnpool.clubUnknown
poolinfohttp://etnpool.info/Unknown
poolnethttps://etnpool.netcustom ETN
reidosplhttps://etn.reidocoin.com.br128.07 KH/s271%20 ETN
rustylockhttp://www.etn.rustylock.club50 ETN
spacehttps://etn.spacepools.org10 ETNWas http://pool.electroneum.space.
strongpoolhttps://strongpool.online1 ETN
supernovahttps://etn.suprnova.cc8.22 MH/s31451%UnknownLive data not available. Updated December 25, 2017.
syteshttp://etnpool.sytes.net/20 ETN
topmininghttp://etn.top-miningpool.eu/9.09 KH/s71.5%20 ETN
uaxhttps://electroneum.uax.io2 ETNGoing to close. Replaced by luckypool.
viphttp://electroneum.vip5 ETN
ucryptohttps://ucrypto.com2 ETN

More on ETN Heartbeat.

Known pools not working:


Some nice review(s)/experiences on BitcoinTalk.

Electroneum

Electroneum was running three mining pools, one in Asia, one in Europe and one in the US. They have been shut down as the focus of Electroneum Ltd. is on business, not mining.

The related websites were https://asiapool.electroneum.comhttps://eupool.electroneum.com and https://uspool.electroneum.com.

Mining software

I am running Ubuntu Linux and was able to just use the Lucas Jones mining software that can be used to mine Electroneum. You can install the software from Github with the command “git clone https://github.com/LucasJones/cpuminer-multi “.

And it took me a while to get it compiled as some software and libraries are/were not installed by default on the computers I use, but I got it going pretty fast. One command needed/used was “sudo apt-get install automake autoconf pkg-config libcurl4-openssl-dev libjansson-dev libssl-dev libgmp-dev make g++” and also git is normally not installed.

Over time I did some research and decided to change the mining software to xmrig. And I did not do any speedtests, but it seems it indeed mines faster, better, with higher profits. I am planning to do some comparison as I have it installed on several computers now. Using e.g. an old laptop to do mining as that laptop is running anyway. Not sure how much additional electricity it would consume though.

I was also able to use the Windows download from the Electroneum site, but that only gives options for the pools that are apparently owned by Electroneum: asia.electroneum.com, eu.electroneum.com and us.electroneum.com. It appears Electroneum is/was trying to control the mining with these pools and it seems their pools also don’t show the full hash rate of the network, but only of the pools. Not nice, Electroneum guys. Please just be honest. And yes, I like the idea of smartphone use, but I guess that won’t work in the end. maybe just focus on ease of use of Electroneum, not mining with smartphones, as mining is just mining and just takes computer power. But that is just my opinion. Maybe with enough smartphone users mining the capacity will be bigger than from other mining methods. Time will tell.

Electroneum pools details

2-ZO

New pool 2-ZO. Seems to be a Russian site.

Details of 2-ZO as of December 25, 2017:

AI-Crypto

Unique Selling Points of AiCrypto according to them are a low pool fee of 0% and pool hosted on a dedicated 32-core server with DDoS protection.

Current details of AI-Crypto:

  • my shortname (also used in script): aicrypto;
  • website: http://etn.ai-crypto.com;
  • host: etn-pool.ai-crypto.com;
  • port(s): 3333, 5555, 7777 (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: 10 ETN;

Austro Hash

AustrohashAustrohash is a new pool. For now the pool fee is 0%. And yes, I always like if they make things like the logo in the site. Other nice feature, of course mainly for German speakers, is that the homepage is in German.

Details of Austro Hash as of now:

Baliwae

BaliwaeBaliwae has been pretty unstable and not working now, December 25, 2017 for a few days already.

Details of Baliwae as of now:

BestMinePool

New pool I just found.

Details of BestMinePool as of January 7, 2018:

  • my shortname (also used in script): bestpool;
  • website: http://etn.bestminepool.com/pool;
  • host: etn-pool.bestminepool.com;
  • port(s): 3333, 5555, 7777, 99991;
  • hashrate: 20 H/s;
  • miners: 2;
  • pool fee: 1%;
  • payout threshold: 2 ETN;
  • payout interval (manual): unknown.

Charts

I am sad to see that Charts seems to be dead, as it was one of the first pools as far as I remember.

Details of Charts as of now:

CryptoBits

Cryptobits is a relatively new ETN mining pool. Please note the different hostname and the non-default ports.

Current details of CryptoBits:

  • my shortname (also used in script): cryptobits;
  • website: http://etn.cryptobits.ltd;
  • host: etn.cryptobits.ltd;
  • port(s): 6333, 6334, 6335, 6336 (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: 15 ETN;
  • payout interval (manual): 10 minutes.

CryptoClub

Cryptoclub is a pretty large pool. They don't use (all) standard ports. Very low fee.

Current details of CryptoClub:

  • my shortname (also used in script): cryptoclub;
  • website: http://etn.crypto-coins.club;
  • host: etn.crypto-coins.club;
  • port(s): Individual (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: 10 ETN;

CrypToxie

Cryptoxie (cryptoxie) is a new mining pool I just found. They seem to be professional enough as the site is using SSL.

Details of CrypToxie as of now:

Dedpewl

Just added Dedpewl.

Current details of Dedpewl:

  • my shortname (also used in script): dedpewl;
  • website: http://electroneum.dedpewl.com/;
  • host: etnus.dedpewl.com;
  • port(s): 3333, 5555, 7777, 9999, 19999 (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: 10 ETN;

DotPool

Logo DotPoolDotpool escaped my attention until now. I always like if the pool has a logo, and Dotpool has.

Details of DotPool as of now:

Easyblock

Easyblock looks like a professional pool and even though I saw some complaint in Facebook I have no reason to believe there is anything wrong with this pool. As far as I know actually the opposite is true, as it seems they are doing a lot of thing to become a big and professional pool, maybe they even want to become the best and biggest Electroneum pool ever.

Details of Easyblock as of January 19, 2017:

  • my shortname (also used in script): easyblock;
  • website: https://www.easyblock.pro;
  • host: pool.easyblock.pro;
  • port(s): 1111. 3333, 5555, 6666, 7777, 999911;
  • hashrate: 208 KH/s;
  • miners: 39;
  • pool fee: 0.1%;
  • payout threshold: 10 ETN;
  • payout interval (manual): unknown.

EasyHash

Right now not so good experience with EasyHash right now. I have been mining a little, only a few hashes per second, but no real success. Could be that the total network hash rate has become too large for a small miner like me, just having a few, partly old, pc's. I also started mining with my newest computer as it seems the big miners have just taken over.

Current details of EasyHash:

  • my shortname (also used in script): easyhash;
  • website: http://easyhash.io/start/etn;
  • host: etn.easyhash.io;
  • port(s): 3630, 3631, 3632, 3633, 3634 (NiceHash) (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: 2 ETN;
  • payout interval (manual): 15 minutes.

Electroneum Asia

Official mining pool from Electroneum

Details of Electroneum Asia as of now:

Electroneum Europe

Official mining pool from Electroneum. I see a lot of complaints about this pool not paying. Could be because of the relatively high payment threshold for samll miners.

Details of Electroneum Europe as of now:

Electromining France

Electroneum Mining France seems to be okay. As far as I remember I was paid from there. The pool has shrunk a lot though since I started, regardless of the nice setup of the site, much bigger, nicer than most other ETN mining pools. When using/checking it, it appears less user friendly than the others though.

Current details of Electromining France:

  • my shortname (also used in script): elfr;
  • website: https://electromine.fr;
  • host: electromine.fr;
  • port(s): 3333, 5555, 7777, 10000 (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: unknown;

Electroneum USA

Official mining pool from Electroneum

Details of Electroneum USA as of now:

ETN Pools

I know about ETN Pools already for a while from the overview on ETN Heartbeat, but never found the time to add. So doing now ☺.

Details of ETN Pools as of now:

Hashvault

HashVault looks like a very professional site and pool. More details later

Current details of Hashvault:

  • my shortname (also used in script): hashvault;
  • website: https://electroneum.hashvault.pro;
  • host: pool.electroneum.hashvault.pro;
  • port(s): 80, 443, 3333, 5555, 7777 (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: unknown;

Hashparty Asia

Hashparty seems to have three mining pools in three regions now of which Asia and US seem to be the same pool.

Current details of Hashparty Asia:

  • my shortname (also used in script): hashpartyasia;
  • website: http://asia-etn-stats.hashparty.io;
  • host: asia-etn-pool.hashparty.io;
  • port(s): (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: 5 ETN;
  • payout interval (manual): 15 minutes.

Hashparty UK

Hashparty seems to have three mining pools in three regions now. The minimum payout of 2 ETN worked for me as I got 2 ETN in a bit less than a day. After they changed the payout to 10 or 20 I got lost a bit. Still lost what it actually is right now, so below figures may not be correct.

Current details of Hashparty UK:

  • my shortname (also used in script): hashpartyuk;
  • website: http://uk-etn-stats.hashparty.io;
  • host: uk-etn-pool.hashparty.io;
  • port(s): (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: 5 ETN;
  • payout interval (manual): 15 minutes.

Hashparty USA

Hashparty seems to have three mining pools in three regions now. The minimum payout of 2 ETN worked for me as I got 2 ETN in a bit less than a day. After they changed the payout to 10 or 20 I got lost a bit. Still lost what it actually is right now, so below figures may not be correct.

Current details of Hashparty USA:

  • my shortname (also used in script): hashpartyus;
  • website: http://us-etn-stats.hashparty.io;
  • host: us-etn-pool.hashparty.io;
  • port(s): (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: 5 ETN;
  • payout interval (manual): 15 minutes.

Herominers

Logo Hero MinersI know about Hero Miners already for a while from the overview on ETN Heartbeat, but never found the time to add. So doing now ☺.

Current details of Herominers:

  • my shortname (also used in script): herominers;
  • website: https://etn.herominers.club;
  • host: etn.herominers.club;
  • port(s): 3333, 5555, 7777 (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: 10 ETN;

ETN Life

ETN Life is the latest pool I added from my old manually entered data. Finished with the basics!

Details of ETN Life as of now:

  • my shortname (also used in script): life;
  • status: dead or not working;
  • website: https://etn.life;
  • host: etn.life.

LuckyPool

LuckyPool is supposed to replace UAX. Supposedly better, but to me UAX was and is fine and I can't get the live data yet for LuckyPool.

Current details of LuckyPool:

  • my shortname (also used in script): luckypool;
  • website: https://etn.luckypool.io;
  • host: etn.luckypool.io;
  • port(s): 3333, 5555, 7777, 9999 (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: 5 ETN;

MineKitten

Mine KittenMine Kitten stands out with a nice website design focused on beginners. Upon checking it is just a normal mining site, but it seems they also provide their own miner or at least a way to get started easily with mining.

Current details of MineKitten:

  • my shortname (also used in script): minekitten;
  • website: http://minekitten.io;
  • host: minekitten.io;
  • port(s): 3333, 5555, 7777, 9999 (NiceHash) (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: 5 ETN;

MinerFact

MinerFact is the newest pool added to this page right now, December 20, 2017.

Current details of MinerFact:

  • my shortname (also used in script): minerfact;
  • website: http://electroneum.minerfact.com;
  • host: etn.minerfact.com;
  • port(s): 4100, 4200, 4300 (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: 100 ETN;

ETN Miners

Not sure what to say about Miners right now. I did little mining and did not really earn. The pool is very small now, seems many miners left. Trying again now though. Professional setup with https.

Current details of ETN Miners:

  • my shortname (also used in script): miners;
  • website: https://etnminers.com;
  • host: pool.etnminers.com;
  • port(s): 3333, 5555, 7777, 8888, 9999 (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: Unknown ETN;

Mobile Mining

Logo Mobile Mining ElectroneumMobile Mining (mobile) just seems to be another mining site, except no miners on November 21, 2017 while I am checking now. And the reason is obvious as while trying to mine on port 2052 I get a 'JSON' error. Same on port 2082, so it is not only about the port.

Current details of Mobile Mining:

  • my shortname (also used in script): mobile;
  • website: http://electroneum.mobile-mining.com;
  • host: electroneum.mobile-mining.com;
  • port(s): 1111, 1337, 3333, 5555, 7777, 8888 (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: 2 ETN;
  • payout interval (manual): 15 minutes.

NocRoom

First pool added for/in 2018. At least it is 2018 here right now.

Details of NocRoom as of January 1, 2018:

  • my shortname (also used in script): nocroom;
  • website: http://etn.pool.nocroom.com;
  • host: etn.pool.nocroom.com;
  • port(s): 3333, 5555, 77771;
  • hashrate: 0 H/s;
  • miners: 0;
  • pool fee: 1%;
  • payout threshold: 10 ETN.

OVH

Not sure what to say about OVH right now. Except that it is a bit strange it mines to electroneum.cryptominingpool.eu. There is no website at that address. And just see they have different options, like EU and US server. This data is about the EU server.

Current details of OVH:

  • my shortname (also used in script): ovh;
  • website: http://electroneum.ovh;
  • host: electroneum.cryptominingpool.eu;
  • port(s): 3333, 5555, 6666, 7777 (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: 5 ETN;
  • payout interval (manual): 15 minutes.

PISLV

PISLV is one of the newest pools I added, third week of December 2017.

Details of PISLV as of now:

PoolCA

I am sorry to see that PoolCA seems to be dead, as I have been mining on it a lot and it was there already in the beginning, one of the first pools. PoolCA gave an error before, but seems to be working fine now. Watch the domains to be used.

I think I got lucky on Poolca before, but I couldn't really check that at the time. Site is working fine now it seems and actually I am using it a lot. And this pool seems to be pretty profitable for me, at least I see many pay outs, but that may be related to the low payout threshold.

And I noticed the net mining rate on PoolCA is pretty low, at least for my computer. I only reached a net mining rate of far less than 100 H/s, where my computer does something like 160 H/s. And I don't know anything about statistics or settings, but it made me move to another mining pool right now.

Details of PoolCA as of now:

PoolClub

Logo PoolclubEnthusiastic owner or team, which I consider positive, as they asked me to update the statistics about their pool as the pool is growing. Actually it is my favorite pool now as of end of December 2017.

Current details of PoolClub:

  • my shortname (also used in script): poolclub;
  • website: http://etnpool.club;
  • host: us.etnpool.club;
  • port(s): 3333, 5555, 7777, 8899 (NiceHash) (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: unknown;
  • payout interval (manual): 10 minutes.

Poolinfo

Just added this pool to the details. Has been quite a while in the table already.

Current details of Poolinfo:

  • my shortname (also used in script): poolinfo;
  • website: http://etnpool.info/;
  • host: etnpool.info;
  • port(s): 80, 3333, 5555, 7777, 8888 (NiceHash) (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: unknown;

etnpool.net

etnpool.net had a referral program that gives discount on your pool fee. First time I encountered something like that. Might not make much of a difference in earnings, but I like the idea and it differentiates etnpool.net. And I was not happy as somehow my statistics and my referral discount were reset or something.

According to the admin many changes were made and one of them was discarding the referral system. Not sure if that is a good move, as they really distinguished themselves with that. However, good (new) things are that they have a 'dedication system', meaning that the longer people mine with them, the lower the pool fee. This can go as low as 0%. Other good thing is a custom payment threshold.

Current details of etnpool.net:

  • my shortname (also used in script): poolnet;
  • website: https://etnpool.net;
  • host: etnpool.net;
  • port(s): (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: custom ETN;
  • payout interval (manual): unknown.

PulsarCrypt

Logo PulsarCryptEnthusiastic owner of PulsarCrypt who was really pushing me to add their site to my page. And they have a logo ☺.

Details of PulsarCrypt as of now:

ReidoCoin Brazil

ReidoCoin is a site I saw already a while ago, but did not find the time to add yet. So doing now. Three pools right now, Sao Paulo, New York and Amsterdam. Just the info for the Brazil pool here I guess. Not fully sure if they operate together or not.

Current details of ReidoCoin Brazil:

  • my shortname (also used in script): reidospl;
  • website: https://etn.reidocoin.com.br;
  • host: pool.sp1.etn.reidocoin.com.br;
  • port(s): 9501 (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: 20 ETN;
  • payout interval (manual): 60 minutes.

Rusty Lock

Rusty Lock is a relatively new pool that requires you to register. I have been mining on it and it seems pretty stable. As of now, December 29, 2017, it seems to be finding a block every one or two days.

Current details of Rusty Lock:

  • my shortname (also used in script): rustylock;
  • website: http://www.etn.rustylock.club;
  • host: etn.rustylock.club;
  • port(s): 23333, 25555, 27777, 27443 (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: 50 ETN;
  • payout interval (manual): 10 minutes.

Spacepools

Before I did not know what to say about Space right now, except that they claimed to have the lowest pool fee, which was 0.5% at the time. While updating and with something in my mind of one of the pools having most of the Electroneum hashrate I see that space is a very large pool with indeed a significant part of the total Electroneum hashrate. Many ports available for different hash rates, from very small to 'monster' as they call it.

Current details of Spacepools:

  • my shortname (also used in script): space;
  • website: https://etn.spacepools.org;
  • host: etn.spacepools.org (was pool.electroneum.space);
  • port(s): 1111, 1337, 3333, 5555, 7777, 9999 (NiceHash) (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: 10 ETN;

Strongpool

Just added Strongpool. Nice to see it is running on https, meaning the owner or owners are doing some effort, are serious.

Current details of Strongpool:

  • my shortname (also used in script): strongpool;
  • website: https://strongpool.online;
  • host: strongpool.online;
  • port(s): 3333, 5555, 7777 (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: 1 ETN;
  • payout interval (manual): unknown.

Supernova

Supernova is a relatively old pool as it has been in my script for a long time. Somehow I did not include in the details until now, at a very late moment. A bit of a hassle is that you have to create an account, but that just works fine. I did it a while ago and it still works.

Current details of Supernova:

  • my shortname (also used in script): supernova;
  • website: https://etn.suprnova.cc;
  • host: etn-stratum.suprnova.cc (or etn.suprnova.cc);
  • port(s): 1111, 1337, 3333, 5555, 7777, 9999 (NiceHash) (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: unknown;
  • payout interval (manual): Unknown.

Sytes

Not sure what to say about Sytes right now, except that the pool grew quite a bit since I last checked.

Current details of Sytes:

  • my shortname (also used in script): sytes;
  • website: http://etnpool.sytes.net/;
  • host: etnpool.sytes.net;
  • port(s): 443, 3333, 5555, 7777, 8888 (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: 20 ETN;
  • payout interval (manual): 10 minutes.

Top Miningpool

Top Miningpool was launched on January 4, 2018 and wants us to build the largest ETN mining pool together with you.

Current details of Top Miningpool:

  • my shortname (also used in script): topmining;
  • website: http://etn.top-miningpool.eu/;
  • host: top-miningpool.eu;
  • port(s): 3333, 5555, 7777 (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: 20 ETN;
  • payout interval (manual): unknown.

UAX

UAX was one of the first (working) pools I found and started mining on. It is to be closed and replaced by LuckyPool. Balance upon close above 0.1 ETN will be paid, so you can keep mining here.

Current details of UAX:

  • my shortname (also used in script): uax;
  • website: https://electroneum.uax.io;
  • host: electroneum.uax.io;
  • port(s): (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: 2 ETN;

VIP

Electroneum VIP pool logo.
Just added VIP. Has at least a nice design and certainly not the smallest pool.

Current details of VIP:

  • my shortname (also used in script): vip;
  • website: http://electroneum.vip;
  • host: mine.electroneum.vip;
  • port(s): 3333, 5555, 7777, 9999 (manual);
  • hashrate: <Fetching data>;
  • miners: <Fetching data>;
  • pool fee: <Fetching data>;
  • payout threshold: 5 ETN;
  • payout interval (manual): 60 minutes.

XZ Pool

Wow, I got lucky on XZPool. I started mining on that for a while as it was just starting and apparently not able to attract miners. I even made it my featured pool as I just wanted to help them get going. Now I got lucky as they did found a block, far within the period I could have ever imagined. And apparently over time I did quite some share of that with my few hashes and got even ETN 240! Thank you XZPool.

Details of XZ Pool as of now:

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ETN Hash

ETN Hash seemed to be okay, but is not working anymore it seems. As far as I remember I was paid from there. Has become a very small pool.

Hashparty

Hashparty seems to have three mining pools in three regions now, Asia, Europe/UK and America/US, where the US and Asia pools seem to be the same server / mining pool. Sites: us-etn-stats.hashparty.io, uk-etn-stats.hashparty.io and asia-etn-stats.hashparty.io.

See Hashparty Asia, Hashparty UK and Hashparty US for details about each of the pools.

Nanopool

I was finally able to get something accepted on Nanopool as it seems my few hashes arrive just too slot. Nanopool seems to be for big(ger) miners and starting (fixed?) difficulty of 120001 is kind of too high for my computer I guess. I read quite some negative comments on Facebook about Nanopool, but it seems to work.

Nanopool appears to be and probably is a very professional pool if I look at their website and has multiple pools. More details here later.

Net For Speed

Net For Speed does not seem to work until now (November 21, 2017). I can’t mine with error ‘connection refused’. The ‘getting started’ page also does not give ports and such. Statistics page does not give statistics either.

31 thoughts on “Electroneum Mining Pools

    1. Guus Post author

      Thanks for letting me know. I am working on adding more pools, but currently my first priority is a programmed page, as it is getting too much updating everything manually. And even adding all the pools in a programmed page is starting to be a lot of typing LOL. Made a lot of progress today though.

      Reply
    1. Guus Post author

      Thanks for your request. It may take a little as I am sick and am mainly resting. Please note that for now I need a secure link to the json stats page in order to show live statistics.

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    1. Guus Post author

      Hi, I just did. Thanks for informing me. It seems the (JSON) statistics page is non-standard, so I can’t display the live data yet. Will figure that out later as I saw the data is there. I prefer a secure (https) stats page as I am getting it from this (secure) site, Guus

      Reply
  1. j_01

    Very informative. Thanks. If you can add a section to teach people how to convert ETN to real money, that would be great!

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  2. Justin

    Useful information not reported here is the average frequency with which blocks are found in the different pools. You can be mining for days without any profit if your pool doesn’t find any block, as it’s happening to me in ReiDoCoin pool…

    Reply
    1. Guus Post author

      Hi Justin,

      Thanks for your comment. My next venture is adding things like ‘last block found’ and how often blocks are found. Actually I started preparing changes to my script today to add those features, even before seeing your comment.

      An indication how often blocks are found is the pool hash rate, but I will try to add a more human readable format in hours or days like in the pools itself.

      Again, thanks for your suggestion,

      Guus

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  3. Marcel Beerden

    Im an admin of ETNPool.net and we have changed some stuff. The name Poolnet is not correct it should be etnpool.net

    Furthermore we have removed the referral fee and integrated the following:
    – Dedication system. (the longer people mine with us, the lower the pool fee. This can go as low as 0%)
    – Custom payment threshold. (for larger mining rigs who don’t want payouts from 1 etn.)

    Also our telegram community is spamless and full of helpful and kind people. And last but not least we have 5 nodes around the globe improving the pool performance.

    I hope you can change the information about our pool at your website. We have completely renewed all our pool sofware and upgraded hardware. Sorry for the bad expierience you had before. But based on feedback we get we will improve our pool. We listen to our community!

    Yours,

    Marcel (ETNPool.net Admin)

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    1. Guus Post author

      Thanks for your comment.

      The names I use are just randomly chosen by me in order to distinguish pools. I guess I can change it to etnpool.net.

      Reply

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