6 Jan 2024 [mining]

duggavo releases code for 'extremely high performance' Monero/CryptoNote mining pool 'Go-Pool'

duggavo1 has released the source code for Go-Pool2, an extremely high performance Monero and CryptoNote mining pool implementation with Pay-Per-Last-N-Shares (PPLNS) payouts:

Hello! I’ve published my own Monero/Cryptonote mining pool. It’s written in Go. [..] It’s extremely high performance, with a Master-Slave architecture, you can reduce latency and host the pool in multiple countries. Memory usage is a few megabytes for hundreds of miners, which is exponentially lower to the gigabytes of the node.js pool.3

Features overview

*High performance
*Horizontally scalable
*PPLNS payment scheme

Consult the Github repository2 to learn more about the project’s architecture and features.

To support the development of Go-Pool you can transfer some XMR to the address listed in the README4 file.

duggavo is also the maintainer of the trustless XMR block explorer - MoneroBlock5.

Note that the implementation is ‘new, so it may break at any time’, according to the dev.

This is an ongoing story and the report will be updated when new information is available.