AION has officially launched in F2Pool!

AION, introduced new security pattern, with fair and representative encryption economic incentive system, is the blockchain of General 3. And it is supported to mine by NVIDIA card miner under the Linux system. Mining tutorial: https://blog.f2pool.com/en/mining-tutorial-en/f2pool-mining-guide-aion Official website: https://theoan.com/ Block explorer (official):https://mainnet.aion.network/#/dashboard Read More ›

HNS (Handshake) has officially launched in F2Pool!

Handshake is a decentralized, permissionless naming protocol where every peer is validating and in charge of managing the root DNS naming zone with the goal of creating an alternative to existing Certificate Authorities and naming systems. The HNS (Handshake) mining algorithm is Blake2B + SHA3, which supports GPU mining. Both Nvidia and AMD GPU cards miner can be used to mine HNS. Mining tutorial: https://blog.f2pool.com/en/mining-tutorial-en/hns_en Official website: https://blog.f2pool.com/zh/mining-tutorial/hns Block explorer (official):https://hnsxplorer.com/ Read More ›

KDA (Kadena) has officially launched in F2Pool!

The Kadena (KDA) mining algorithm is Blake2S, which supports GPU and FPGA mining. Both Nvidia and AMD GPU cards can be used to mine KDA. Mining tutorial: https://blog.f2pool.com/en/mining-tutorial-en/kda_en Official website:https://www.kadena.io/ Block explorer (official):https://explorer.chainweb.com/ Read More ›

BSV Genesis Hard Fork Upgrade

Dear miners, The BSV network will undergo a planned hard-fork at block 620,538 at approximately 2020-02-04 05:00 (UTC). After the hard-fork, P2SH addresses (addresses starting with ‘3’) will no longer be supported, addresses in this format can still send BSV coins but cannot receive them. Miners using a P2SH address should take note of any announcements from their BSV wallet provider or exchange and update their BSV address to the correct version. As the stability of the BSV network may be impacted during the hard fork, F2Pool will suspend BSV mining payouts on 2020-02-04 and 2020-02-05. Payouts will resume on 2020-02-06. Thank you for your continued support.   F2Pool Team 2020-02-03 Read More ›

XAYA Mining Pool Launched

About XAYA XAYA is a blockchain-based, open-source decentralized game platform. It provides a wealth of tools and state-of-the-art infrastructure for game developers to build their own blockchain-based games. Furthermore, developers can fully leverage the XAYA technology to issue their own game currency that can be traded for ‘CHI’ or other XAYA game coins and assets. Additionally, players can expect 100% uptime and have provably fair gameplay with true ownership of their in-game items. XAYA targets on both developers and gamers. As a result, the value of the XAYA economy will grow as more developers and gamers adopt and use the platform. The XAYA team The XAYA team are the creators of blockchain gaming back in 2013 with the Huntercoin experiment.… Read More ›

GRIN Hard Fork Upgrade

Dear miners, The GRIN network will undergo a planned hard-fork at block 524,160 at approximately 2020-01-16 04:00 (UTC). From this hard-fork upgrade, the Cuckarood29 algorithm will update to the Cuckaroom29 algorithm. After this time, old versions of GRIN mining software are no longer supported. Miners need to update their mining software to the latest version. (Please refer to the GRIN Mining Tutorial) Miners using full node wallets need to upgrade their wallets to the version 3.0.0. Miners using an exchange (such as Coinbase, Kraken, or Binance), a web wallet service (such as Metamask, MyCrypto, or MyEtherWallet), a mobile wallet service (such as Coinbase Wallet, Status.im, or Trust Wallet), or a hardware wallet (such as Ledger, Trezor, or KeepKey) do not need to… Read More ›

Ethereum Classic (ETC) Hard Fork is Cominig

Dear miners, The Ethereum Classic (ETC) network will be undergoing a planned hard-fork at block 9,573,000 mil at approximately 2020-01-12 19:30 UTC. This Agharta hard fork will be a change to the underlying Ethereum Classic protocol, creating new rules to improve the system. Please note: To ensure a successful fork, please upgrade to a fork-compatible version. The specification proposed for the hard fork is being implemented as below: Classic-Geth, version 6.1.2 or later. Multi-Geth, version 1.9.6 or later. Parity, version 2.6.8-beta & 2.5.13-stable Hyperledger Besu, version 1.3.7 or later. Classic Geth will reach END OF LIFE on January 12th, 2020. The Agharta hard-fork will be the last hard-fork supported by Classic Geth. If you are a Classic Geth user, then migrate… Read More ›

Closure of VBK Pool

Dear Miner, Due to instability of the VBK, F2Pool has decided to shut down the VBK pool as of 2020-01-03 16:00 UTC. In order to maximize mining revenue, please switch to mine other cryptocurrencies as soon as possible. If your VBK balance is less than the minimum payout threshold, please submit a request through Zendesk  or contact our customer support team to apply for a manual withdrawal. Please make sure your request mentions your VBK wallet address.   The F2Pool team 2020-01-03 Read More ›

Ethereum Muir Glacier Upgrade

Dear F2Pool miners: Ethereum Muir Glacier Upgrade will occur at 2020-01-02 08:00 UTC. This upgrade is a supplement to the previous Istanbul upgrade. The mining difficulty is expected to be reduced by about 20%. Correspondingly, the mining revenue will increase by about 20% after the Muir Glacier upgrade. Miners using full node wallets need to upgrade their wallets to the latest version. For details, please refer to: https://blog.ethereum.org/2019/12/23/ethereum-muir-glacier-upgrade-announcement/ Miners use an exchange (such as Coinbase, Kraken, or Binance), a web wallet service (such as Metamask, MyCrypto, or MyEtherWallet), a mobile wallet service (such as Coinbase Wallet, Status.im, or Trust Wallet), or a hardware wallet (such as Ledger, Trezor, or KeepKey) you do not need to do anything unless you are… Read More ›

F2Pool will shut down the GRV Pool

According to the statistics of the past three months, the mining revenue of GRV is much lower than other crypto-currencies of similar mining machines. At the same time, the number of GRV rigs connected to F2Pool is extremely small. So F2Pool decided to shut down the GRV Pool at 06:00 on December 29, 2019, UTC. If the GRV balance is insufficient, you can edit  “GRV+ wallet address”, and submit the information through Zendesk or contact customer service to apply for  withdrawal. F2Pool will continue to provide miners with more and better quality crypto-currency mining services, thanks for your support. Read More ›