Bitcoin core developer Matt Corallo has launched a mining pool which aims to increase decentralization as Bitcoin mining becomes increasingly monopolized. Corallo: Miners ‘Have No Control’ Beginning June 25 but still with what Corallo describes as “vulnerabilities,” the pool uses BetterHash, a protocol which seeks to offer mining pool users the option to use their own block templates rather than those prescribed by pool owners. The setup differs from major Bitcoin mining pools such as
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