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README.md

BitZeny - Node Open Mining Portal

Join the chat at https://github.com/ROZ-MOFUMOFU-ME/zny-nomp/ Matrix Build Status CircleCI

This is a Yescrypt, YesPoWer, Lyra2REv2, sha256d and more algo mining pool based off of Node Open Mining Portal.

Production Usage Notice

This is beta software. All of the following are things that can change and break an existing ZNY-NOMP setup: functionality of any feature, structure of configuration files and structure of redis data. If you use this software in production then DO NOT pull new code straight into production usage because it can and often will break your setup and require you to tweak things like config files or redis data. Only tagged releases are considered stable.

Paid Solution

Usage of this software requires abilities with sysadmin, database admin, coin daemons, and sometimes a bit of programming. Running a production pool can literally be more work than a full-time job.

Community

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If your pool uses ZNY-NOMP let us know and we will list your website here.

Some pools using ZNY-NOMP or node-stratum-pool module:

Usage

Requirements

Seriously

Those are legitimate requirements. If you use old versions of Node.js or Redis that may come with your system package manager then you will have problems. Follow the linked instructions to get the last stable versions.

Redis security warning: be sure firewall access to redis - an easy way is to include bind 127.0.0.1 in your redis.conf file. Also it's a good idea to learn about and understand software that you are using - a good place to start with redis is data persistence.

0) Setting up coin daemon

Follow the build/install instructions for your coin daemon. Your coin.conf file should end up looking something like this:

daemon=1
rpcuser=username
rpcpassword=password
rpcport=9252

For redundancy, its recommended to have at least two daemon instances running in case one drops out-of-sync or offline, all instances will be polled for block/transaction updates and be used for submitting blocks. Creating a backup daemon involves spawning a daemon using the -datadir=/backup command-line argument which creates a new daemon instance with it's own config directory and coin.conf file. Learn about the daemon, how to use it and how it works if you want to be a good pool operator. For starters be sure to read:

1) Downloading & Installing

Clone the repository and run npm update for all the dependencies to be installed:

sudo apt-get install build-essential libsodium-dev npm libboost-all-dev libgmp-dev
sudo apt install nodejs node-gyp libssl1.0-dev -y
sudo apt install npm -y
sudo npm install n -g
sudo n v12
sudo apt purge nodejs npm -y
sudo ln -sf /usr/local/bin/node /usr/bin/node 
sudo ln -sf /usr/local/bin/npm /usr/bin/npm 
git clone https://github.com/ROZ-MOFUMOFU-ME/zny-nomp
cd zny-nomp
npm install

2) Configuration

Portal config

Inside the config_example.json file, ensure the default configuration will work for your environment, then copy the file to config.json.

Explanation for each field:

{
    /* Specifies the level of log output verbosity. Anything more severe than the level specified
       will also be logged. */
    "logLevel": "debug", //or "warning", "error"
    
    /* By default the server logs to console and gives pretty colors. If you direct that output to a
       log file then disable this feature to avoid nasty characters in your log file. */
    "logColors": true, 

    /* The server CLI (command-line interface) will listen for commands on this port. For example,
       blocknotify messages are sent to the server through this. */
    "cliPort": 17117,

    /* By default 'forks' is set to "auto" which will spawn one process/fork/worker for each CPU
       core in your system. Each of these workers will run a separate instance of your pool(s),
       and the kernel will load balance miners using these forks. Optionally, the 'forks' field
       can be a number for how many forks will be spawned. */
    "clustering": {
        "enabled": true,
        "forks": "auto"
    },
    
    /* Pool config file will inherit these default values if they are not set. */
    "defaultPoolConfigs": {
    
        /* Poll RPC daemons for new blocks every this many milliseconds. */
        "blockRefreshInterval": 1000,
        
        /* If no new blocks are available for this many seconds update and rebroadcast job. */
        "jobRebroadcastTimeout": 55,
        
        /* Disconnect workers that haven't submitted shares for this many seconds. */
        "connectionTimeout": 600,
        
        /* (For MPOS mode) Store the block hashes for shares that aren't block candidates. */
        "emitInvalidBlockHashes": false,
        
        /* This option will only authenticate miners using an address or mining key. */
        "validateWorkerUsername": true,
        
        /* Enable for client IP addresses to be detected when using a load balancer with TCP
           proxy protocol enabled, such as HAProxy with 'send-proxy' param:
           http://haproxy.1wt.eu/download/1.5/doc/configuration.txt */
        "tcpProxyProtocol": false,
        
        /* If under low-diff share attack we can ban their IP to reduce system/network load. If
           running behind HAProxy be sure to enable 'tcpProxyProtocol', otherwise you'll end up
           banning your own IP address (and therefore all workers). */
        "banning": {
            "enabled": true,
            "time": 600, //How many seconds to ban worker for
            "invalidPercent": 50, //What percent of invalid shares triggers ban
            "checkThreshold": 500, //Perform check when this many shares have been submitted
            "purgeInterval": 300 //Every this many seconds clear out the list of old bans
        },
        
        /* Used for storing share and block submission data and payment processing. */
        "redis": {
            "host": "127.0.0.1",
            "port": 6379
        }
    },

    /* This is the front-end. Its not finished. When it is finished, this comment will say so. */
    "website": {
        "enabled": true,
        /* If you are using a reverse-proxy like nginx to display the website then set this to
           127.0.0.1 to not expose the port. */
        "host": "0.0.0.0",
        "port": 80,
        /* Used for displaying stratum connection data on the Getting Started page. */
        "stratumHost": "cryppit.com",
        "stats": {
            /* Gather stats to broadcast to page viewers and store in redis for historical stats
               every this many seconds. */
            "updateInterval": 15,
            /* How many seconds to hold onto historical stats. Currently set to 24 hours. */
            "historicalRetention": 43200,
            /* How many seconds worth of shares should be gathered to generate hashrate. */
            "hashrateWindow": 300
        },
        /* Not done yet. */
        "adminCenter": {
            "enabled": true,
            "password": "password"
        }
    },

    /* Redis instance of where to store global portal data such as historical stats, proxy states,
       ect.. */
    "redis": {
        "host": "127.0.0.1",
        "port": 6379
    },


    /* With this switching configuration, you can setup ports that accept miners for work based on
       a specific algorithm instead of a specific coin. Miners that connect to these ports are
       automatically switched a coin determined by the server. The default coin is the first
       configured pool for each algorithm and coin switching can be triggered using the
       cli.js script in the scripts folder.

       Miners connecting to these switching ports must use their public key in the format of
       RIPEMD160(SHA256(public-key)). An address for each type of coin is derived from the miner's
       public key, and payments are sent to that address. */
    "switching": {
        "switch1": {
            "enabled": false,
            "algorithm": "sha256",
            "ports": {
                "3333": {
                    "diff": 10,
                    "varDiff": {
                        "minDiff": 16,
                        "maxDiff": 512,
                        "targetTime": 15,
                        "retargetTime": 90,
                        "variancePercent": 30
                    }
                }
            }
        },
        "switch2": {
            "enabled": false,
            "algorithm": "scrypt",
            "ports": {
                "4444": {
                    "diff": 10,
                    "varDiff": {
                        "minDiff": 16,
                        "maxDiff": 512,
                        "targetTime": 15,
                        "retargetTime": 90,
                        "variancePercent": 30
                    }
                }
            }
        },
        "switch3": {
            "enabled": false,
            "algorithm": "x11",
            "ports": {
                "5555": {
                    "diff": 0.001
                }
            }
        }
    },

    "profitSwitch": {
        "enabled": false,
        "updateInterval": 600,
        "depth": 0.90,
        "usePoloniex": true,
        "useCryptsy": true,
        "useMintpal": true
    }
}
Coin config

Inside the coins directory, ensure a json file exists for your coin. If it does not you will have to create it. Here is an example of the required fields:

{
    "name": "BitZeny",
    "symbol": "ZNY",
    "algorithm": "yescryptR8",

    // Coinbase value is what is added to a block when it is mined, set this to your pool name so 
    // explorers can see which pool mined a particular block.
    "coinbase": "Bitzeny",
    /* Magic value only required for setting up p2p block notifications. It is found in the daemon
       source code as the pchMessageStart variable.
       For example, BitZeny mainnet magic: https://github.com/BitzenyCoreDevelopers/bitzeny/blob/z2.0.x/src/chainparams.cpp#L114
       And for BitZeny testnet magic: https://github.com/BitzenyCoreDevelopers/bitzeny/blob/z2.0.x/src/chainparams.cpp#L206 */
    "peerMagic": "daa5bef9", //optional
    "peerMagicTestnet": "59454e59" //optional

    //"txMessages": false, //options - defaults to false

    //"mposDiffMultiplier": 256, //options - only for x11 coins in mpos mode
}

For additional documentation how to configure coins and their different algorithms see these instructions.

Pool config

Take a look at the example json file inside the pool_configs directory. Rename it to bitzeny.json and change the example fields to fit your setup.

Please Note that: 1 Difficulty is actually 8192, 0.125 Difficulty is actually 1024.

Whenever a miner submits a share, the pool counts the difficulty and keeps adding them as the shares.

ie: Miner 1 mines at 0.1 difficulty and finds 10 shares, the pool sees it as 1 share. Miner 2 mines at 0.5 difficulty and finds 5 shares, the pool sees it as 2.5 shares.
[Optional, recommended] Setting up blocknotify
  1. In config.json set the port and password for blockNotifyListener
  2. In your daemon conf file set the blocknotify command to use:
node [path to cli.js] [coin name in config] [block hash symbol]

Example: inside bitzeny.conf add the line

blocknotify=node /home/user/zny-nomp/scripts/cli.js blocknotify bitzeny %s

Alternatively, you can use a more efficient block notify script written in pure C. Build and usage instructions are commented in scripts/blocknotify.c.

3) Start the portal

npm start
Optional enhancements for your awesome new mining pool server setup:
  • Use something like forever to keep the node script running in case the master process crashes.
  • Use something like redis-commander to have a nice GUI for exploring your redis database.
  • Use something like logrotator to rotate log output from ZNY-NOMP.
  • Use New Relic to monitor your ZNY-NOMP instance and server performance.

Upgrading ZNY-NOMP

When updating ZNY-NOMP to the latest code its important to not only git pull the latest from this repo, but to also update the node-stratum-pool and node-multi-hashing modules, and any config files that may have been changed.

  • Inside your ZNY-NOMP directory (where the init.js script is) do git pull to get the latest ZNY-NOMP code.
  • Remove the dependenices by deleting the node_modules directory with rm -r node_modules.
  • Run npm update to force updating/reinstalling of the dependencies.
  • Compare your config.json and pool_configs/coin.json configurations to the latest example ones in this repo or the ones in the setup instructions where each config field is explained. You may need to modify or add any new changes.

Donations

Donations for development are greatly appreciated!

  • ZNY: ZmnBu9jPKvVFL22PcwMHSEuVpTxFeCdvNv
  • NUKO: 0xa79bde46faab3c40632604728e9f2165b052581c
  • KOTO :k1FTuimwDJ8oo3x23cEBLxovxw5Cqq2U1HK
  • SUSU: SeXbMBaax7NgnTEFEMxin5ycXy9r9CDBot
  • MONA: mona1qnur6ljkl5pe8w6ql8xfqw4aa38d5xa9q68dxll
  • BELL: BCVicYRSqKKt1ynJKPrXHA46hUWLrbjR49
  • SUGAR: sugar1qtwqle9lrr753kxuzqqsh3hv28jl07e3mntx78n
  • VIPS: VFixsia2EstV4uEEigUXUrknDGsFeWyNhE
  • KUMA: KHjjZ5misqq45zwhj86WKqV8bzqcYExzyM
  • BTC: 3C8oCWjVs2sycQcK3ttiPRSKV4AKBhC7xT

Credits

ZNY-NOMP

cryptocurrency-stratum-pool

S-NOMP

K-NOMP

Z-NOMP

NOMP

License

Released under the MIT License. See LICENSE file.

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