CoiniumServ is a high performance, extremely efficient, platform-agnostic, easy to setup pool server implementation. It features stratum and vanilla services, reward, payment, share processors, vardiff & ban managers, user-friendly embedded web-server & front-end and a full-stack API.
CoiniumServ was created to be used for Coinium.org mining pool network at first hand. You can check some of pools of the pools running CoiniumServ.
Embedded web frontend
Latest release: v0.2.6.2
Start by checking our Getting Started guide for installation instructions for *nix and Windows.
- Platform Agnostic; unlike other pool-servers, CoiniumServ doesn't dictate platforms and can run on anything including Windows, Linux or MacOS.
- High Performance; Designed to be fast & efficient, CoiniumServ can handle dozens of pools together.
- Modular & Flexible; Designed to be modular since day one so that you can implement your very own ideas.
- Free & Open-Source; Best of all CoiniumServ is open source and free-to-use. You can get it running for free in minutes.
- Easy to Setup; We got your back covered with our guides & how-to's.
- Multiple pools & ports
- Multiple coin daemon connections
- Supports POW (proof-of-work) coins
- Supports POS (proof-of-stake) coins
- Scrypt, SHA256d, X11, X13, X14, X15, X17, Blake, Fresh, Fugue, Groestl, Keccak, NIST5, Scrypt-OG, Scrypt-N, SHA1, SHAvite3, Skein, Qubit, C11
- show_message support
- block template support
- generation transaction support
- transaction message (txMessage) support
- Getwork [experimental]
- Hybrid mode (redis + mysql)
- MPOS compatibility (mysql)
Embedded Web Server
- Customizable front-end
- Full stack json-api
✔Vardiff support ✔Ban manager (that can handle miners flooding with invalid shares) ✔Share & Payment processor, Job Manager
- We have implemented extensive tests for all important functionality and never merge in code that breaks tests and stuff. Yet again, when a new functionality is introduced we also expect proper tests to be implemented within the PR. In simple words, most probably you won't notice any functionality-breaking changes within the repository.
- A strict ruleset for the Development Model. You can follow our bleeding-edge Develop branch or stay with-in the stable Master branch.
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