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January 25, 2018

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Type Value
Node Efficiency
Fee For Node Use (1% node fee, 1% dev donation)
Node Hash Rate
Pool Hash Rate
Network Hash Rate* 18819.324 PH/s
Node Shares
Pool Node Peers /
Bitcoin Node Peers* 24
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Type Value
Bitcoin Block Height* 508,122
Next Difficulty @ Block* 510,047
Bitcoin Difficulty* 2,874,674,234,416
Avg. Time Between Last 10 Blocks* 14:48
Pool Time Between Blocks
Node Time Between Shares
Node Uptime
Sever Uptime* 12 days, 20:34
Bitcoin Address Hashrate DOA Hashrate DOA % Expected Payout
1 - 20 of 2,296 Blocks
AgeFoundBlock #Block Hash RewardMinersShareLuck
312d 10h 50m 47s2017-04-01 06:29:11459871 00000000000000000098b55c56986cdad017b94990f86abfb86faae316fca9a313.6424647414716fca9a3438.91%
313d 14h 55m 44s2017-03-31 02:24:14459710 000000000000000000d4447f8ec85e12655213ccc960eb06d87aeb1437be7e4813.9612696113637be7e488,152.30%
313d 16h 31m 9s2017-03-31 00:48:49459703 00000000000000000143346f9639dbbced70b8260d1f833b8aebe42d52f31f8c13.2102017913752f31f8c493.10%
314d 18h 56m 7s2017-03-29 22:23:51459521 00000000000000000108fe08f0ef842e41910634eb6ea2ec8e8fbcf3fde1aea112.63837757126fde1aea146.33%
336d 22h 19m 57s2017-03-07 19:00:01456194 000000000000000001e4c1a238a4ea9019af50d15865c4854cc7373a96e7367212.6561756613096e73672191.66%
344d 8h 14m 29s2017-02-28 09:05:29455107 0000000000000000008a1d74372202bd305804600621df8d9b6c3135602e4df613.72438236131602e4df6146.74%
347d 9h 38m 58s2017-02-25 07:41:00454611 0000000000000000026eb4b88a08815941e256c0295d28421be9182f8c527fd313.101421691178c527fd3298.22%
348d 9h 18m 32s2017-02-24 08:01:26454443 00000000000000000201d592fcfcf59af02bdfe822123154a4a724ec7ffa098212.500000001227ffa0982811.83%
349d 1h 1m 18s2017-02-23 16:18:40454331 00000000000000000066a8176c5357a552117224a80d9ee1ef1871d7a3f14eba13.08345811117a3f14eba42.62%
370d 9h 3m 40s2017-02-02 08:16:18451202 000000000000000001562ac6ccf9074520f406c1b9ab1dda9feafe14154299a713.14119166126154299a7106.03%
375d 17h 58m 20s2017-01-27 23:21:38450333 00000000000000000088f05e84cb3e59583d15661231e51733ce5c41986951ed13.34620200153986951ed52.28%
389d 18h 13m 42s2017-01-13 23:06:16448035 000000000000000001bb113f5acf1e595a60d13aad989c0b48d7782bb7e368b713.32470389163b7e368b74,849.95%
389d 19h 53m 28s2017-01-13 21:26:30448029 0000000000000000017e69ee969e3dc7c1c6f948554e2357086a006b6958754712.921021801626958754755.53%
399d 3h 37m 1s2017-01-04 13:42:57446585 000000000000000000408bd89ebd487482c10a37ae15a1f67aff93fcdc8fe61c12.83209283156dc8fe61c99.43%
402d 6h 47m 47s2017-01-01 10:32:11446103 0000000000000000024f24ac1bdbdab45e676d1e08e62c0d249897df73ef67bb12.6871261714973ef67bb54.32%
407d 1h 3m 13s2016-12-27 16:16:45445358 0000000000000000021878d2eeae82671dbc6ae003f7b600c1c07df6a1e2e91512.50000000167a1e2e915178.21%
409d 23h 12m 57s2016-12-24 18:07:01444907 000000000000000000eea0ea3aa6b06e1fc7ab4c87c5c258eb9affcbd7b0633512.86998716158d7b06335111.69%
414d 8h 40m 48s2016-12-20 08:39:10444248 00000000000000000340d7800089397c63442928d7059750f03ee37ef1ba8df312.68128463158f1ba8df3223.47%
416d 18h 28m 1s2016-12-17 22:51:57443907 0000000000000000000b1525c527236512af52a89a5fce586f2e4658c73350c012.74838265153c73350c0148.03%
420d 7h 8m 25s2016-12-14 10:11:33443424 000000000000000001d084cf01e6d81fa80cee30541033223e6a60fe562706fd13.32276082155562706fd369.48%

Default Node Front-end

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Setting up a working P2Pool mostly consists of:

  • Running a Bitcoin node (Bitcoin-Qt or bitcoind).
  • Running P2Pool on the same machine (will fetch blocks data from bitcoind).
  • Running Bitcoin miners (will fetch work from P2Pool).

1. Setup Bitcoin-Qt or bitcoind

Download and install Bitcoin-Qt or bitcoind. Initial synchronization will likely take more than a day to complete. For this reason, it is generally a good idea to complete this step in advance.

Insert the following text into bitcoin.conf and restart Bitcoin-Qt or bitcoind:

rpcpassword=(random data)

bitcoin.conf can be found in the following folder: %AppData%\Bitcoin

bitcoin.conf can be found in the following folder: ~/.bitcoin

2. Run P2Pool

Download P2Pool and execute run_p2pool.exe (Windows) or 'python' (Linux/OS X/source).

P2Pool will start downloading the sharechain, displaying sections like this occasionally:

2014-01-09 17:15:45.075550 P2Pool: 0 shares in chain (0 verified/3133 total) Peers: 5 (0 incoming)
2014-01-09 17:15:45.075662 Local: 0H/s in last 0.0 seconds Local dead on arrival: ??? Expected time to share: ???

Within a few minutes, it should start showing sections like this (notice the pool hashrate - Pool: 115TH/s - is now shown), indicating that the sharechain has finished downloading. As you can see from the timestamps, here it took about one and a half minutes. It will vary depending on your CPU speed and Internet bandwidth.

2014-01-09 17:16:49.525335 P2Pool: 8698 shares in chain (57 verified/8698 total) Peers: 5 (0 incoming)
2014-01-09 17:16:49.525422 Local: 0H/s in last 0.0 seconds Local dead on arrival: ??? Expected time to share: ???
2014-01-09 17:16:49.525476 Shares: 0 (0 orphan, 0 dead) Stale rate: ??? Efficiency: ??? Current payout: 0.0000 BTC
2014-01-09 17:16:49.525510 Pool: 115TH/s Stale rate: 12.4% Expected time to block: 14.7 hours

3. Run miners

Just point miners to http://HOST:9332/ with HOST being the IP address of the computer running P2Pool. The username can be your payout Bitcoin address or anything that describes the miner if you prefer to mine into your Bitcoin-Qt/bitcoind wallet. Use any password; it is ignored by P2Pool. When mining on the same machine, you can use as the P2Pool host.

Easyminer can be downloaded here.

Downloading and building bfgminer from the terminal:

sudo apt-get install git build-essential autoconf automake libtool pkg-config libcurl4-gnutls-dev libjansson-dev uthash-dev libncursesw5-dev libudev-dev libusb-1.0-0-dev libevent-dev libmicrohttpd-dev
git clone git://
cd bfgminer

Running bfgminer from the terminal:

./bfgminer -o -u user -p password

Binaries for Windows (32bit and 64bit) can be downloaded here.

You can run bfgminer from the command line:

bfgminer.exe -o -u user -p password

Or you can create a preconfigured shortcut on the desktop:

cgminer --url --userpass cgminer:password

See the last question of this FAQ.

4. Watch

Unless your miners have Bitcoin addresses as usernames, payouts will go to Bitcoin-Qt/bitcoind's wallet. You can look at P2Pool's web interface, which has statistics and graphs, by going to http://YOUR_P2POOL_HOST:9332/ in a browser - if you're looking at this tutorial on the same host that P2Pool is running.

Once your P2Pool setup is working, make sure to subscribe to the P2Pool notifications mailing list to receive urgent pool status updates.

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P2pool installer - P2pool + Bitcoin full node

From Bitcoin Wiki

Any computer that connects to the Bitcoin network is called a node. Nodes that fully enforce all of the rules of Bitcoin are called full nodes. Most nodes on the network are lightweight nodes instead of full nodes, but full nodes form the backbone of the network. The latest version of bitcoin full node software can be found on the site.

What makes a full node?

Full nodes download every block and transaction and check them against Bitcoin's core consensus rules. Here are examples of consensus rules, though there are many more:

  • Blocks may only create a certain number of bitcoins. (Currently 12.5 BTC per block.)
  • Transactions must have correct signatures for the bitcoins being spent.
  • Transactions/blocks must be in the correct data format.
  • Within a single block chain, a transaction output cannot be double-spent.

If a transaction or block violates the consensus rules, then it is absolutely rejected, even if every other node on the network thinks that it is valid. This is one of the most important characteristics of full nodes: they do what's right no matter what. For full nodes, miners actually have fairly limited power: they can only reorder or remove transactions, and only by expending a lot of computing power. A powerful miner is able to execute some serious attacks, but because full nodes rely on miners only for a few things, miners could not completely change or destroy Bitcoin.

Nodes that have different consensus rules are actually using two different networks/currencies. Changing any of the consensus rules requires a hard fork, which can be thought of as creating a new currency and having everyone move to it. Consensus rules are different from policy rules, which specify how a node or miner prioritizes or discourages certain things. Policy rules can be changed freely, and different nodes can have different policy rules. Because all full nodes must use exactly the same consensus rules in order to remain compatible with each other, even duplicating bugs and oddities in the original consensus rules, creating a full node from scratch is extremely difficult and dangerous. It is therefore recommended that everyone who wishes to run a full node use software based on the reference client, which is the only client guaranteed to behave correctly.

At minimum, a full node must download every transaction that has ever taken place, all new transactions, and all block headers. Additionally, full nodes must store information about every unspent transaction output until it is spent. By default full nodes are inefficient in that they download each new transaction at least twice, and they store the entire block chain (>60 GB) forever, even though only the unspent transaction outputs (<2 GB) are required. Performance can improved by enabling -blocksonly mode and enabling pruning.

Archival Nodes

A subset of full nodes also accept incoming connections and upload old blocks to other peers on the network. This happens if the software is run with -listen=1 as is default. Contrary to some popular misconceptions, being an archival node is not necessary to being a full node. If a user's bandwidth is constrained then they can use -listen=0, if their disk space is constrained they can use pruning, all the while still being a fully-validating node that enforces bitcoin's consensus rules and contributing to bitcoin's overall security.

Why should you run a full node


Running a full node is the only way you can use Bitcoin in a trustless way. You will know for sure that all the rules of Bitcoin are being followed, for example that no bitcoins are spent not belonging to the owner, that no coins were spent twice, that no inflation happens outside of the schedule and that all the rules needed to make the system work (e.g. difficulty) are followed. Full nodes are currently the most private way to use Bitcoin, with nobody else learning which bitcoin addresses belong to you. Full nodes are the most secure way to use Bitcoin, they do not suffer from many attacks that affect lightweight wallets.

Economic strength

This is by far the most important reason for running a full node, though it is a little difficult to understand.

As explained previously, full nodes enforce the consensus rules no matter what. However, lightweight nodes do not do this. Lightweight nodes do whatever the majority of mining power says. Therefore, if most of the miners got together to increase their block reward, for example, lightweight nodes would blindly go along with it. If this ever happened, the network would split such that lightweight nodes and full nodes would end up on separate networks, using separate currencies. People using lightweight nodes would be unable to transact with people using full nodes. If all businesses and many users are using full nodes, then this network split is not a critical problem because users of lightweight clients will quickly notice that they can't send or receive bitcoins to/from most of the people who they usually do business with, and so they'll stop using Bitcoin until the evil miners are overcome, which is the appropriate response. However, if almost everyone on the network is using lightweight nodes in this situation, then everyone would continue being able to transact with each other, and so Bitcoin could very well end up "hijacked" by evil miners.

In practice, miners are unlikely to attempt anything like the above scenario as long as full nodes are prevalent because the miners would lose a lot of money. But the incentives completely change if everyone uses lightweight nodes. In that case, miners definitely do have an incentive to change Bitcoin's rules in their favor. It is only reasonably secure to use a lightweight node because most of the Bitcoin economy uses full nodes.

Therefore, it is critical for Bitcoin's survival that the great majority of the Bitcoin economy be backed by full nodes, not lightweight nodes. This is especially important for Bitcoin businesses, which have more economic weight. To contribute to Bitcoin's economic strength, you must actually use a full node for your real transactions (or use a lightweight node connected to a full node that you personally control). Just running a full node on a server somewhere does not contribute to Bitcoin's economic strength.

More details


Having the blockchain stored on your hard drive is the most private way to have a wallet. All other lightweight solutions leak information about which addresses are yours because they must query third-party servers. The Electrum servers will know which addresses belong to you and can link them together. Despite bloom filtering, SPV nodes based on BitcoinJ do not provide much privacy against nodes who connected directly to the wallet [1].

For many use cases, such privacy may not be required. But an important reason to run a full node and use it as a wallet is to get the full privacy benefits.


Lightweight nodes are sometimes able to be temporarily tricked into accepting transactions or blocks that are not actually valid. This could cause serious financial damage, especially for websites that automatically process Bitcoin transactions. Full nodes provide the maximum security possible, and so they should be used by all businesses, and also by regular users whenever doing so is convenient.

Network services

Full nodes may provide various services to other network participants (if the software is run with -listen=1 as is default). This is especially important for lightweight nodes.

These services include:

  • Filtering transactions and blocks on behalf of lightweight nodes so that lightweight nodes do not need to download every transaction ever made on the network in order to find their own transactions.
  • Serving historical full blocks to nodes that have been offline for a while.
  • Transmitting new transactions from users to miners.
  • Broadcasting new blocks from miners to other nodes.

For the most part, these services are only usefully performed by full nodes that are listening on port 8333. The more full nodes that accept incoming connections there are, the more users the Bitcoin network can support. Although if there is ever a shortage, lots of archival nodes can be easily created by cheaply renting VPS or AWS space.

Some are incentivizing it

Bitnodes ran a program to incentivize full node operators until the end of 2015.[2]

How to run a full node

If you run the Bitcoin Core/bitcoind wallet, you are running a full node. If you open port 8333, you will contribute to the network's capacity. If you actually use the wallet feature, or if you use a lightweight client like MultiBit but configure it to connect exclusively to your full node, then you will contribute to the network's economic strength and receive protection from some possible attacks against lightweight nodes.

There are a few alternate full node implementations, but they are not recommended for serious use because it is currently difficult to determine whether they implement the consensus rules with 100% accuracy. Even very slight inaccuracies could cause serious problems for the users of these alternate clients. Example of implementations Bitcore, libbitcoin, btcd.

Tips and tricks for running a node

  • To store the blockchain files on an external hard drive use `-datadir`. e.g. `-datadir=/path/to/your/bitcoin/directory`

See Also: Running Bitcoin

See Also

  • Clearing Up Misconceptions About Full Nodes
  • Why Your Business Should Use a Full Node to Accept Bitcoin
  • Bitcoin is not ruled by miners


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P2POOL - Bitmain

Start mining with no registration. Pick your cryptocurrency and point your miner at the address provided for that currency. Use your payment address and anything as a password. Make yourself some passive income with your computer - depending on the coin.  The EASY way to mine, p2pool provides more coins over time than traditional pools and helps prevent 51% attacks.

USERNAME: YOUR Public Bitcoin address
POOL URL: stratum+tcp://
USERNAME: YOUR Public Litecoin address

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P2Pool Benefits: better rewards, decentralized networks, lower costs, instant payments, no registration, plus mining fees go to you.

Please note that P2Pool payouts ramp up over time and to see maximum benefit it takes up to 30 days to average out variance.

For Bitcoin, we mine 1 MB blocks to improve everyone's confirmation times.



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Litecoin P2Pool - Lets Eat Some Blocks

You need a decent amount of hashing power to use a P2Pool, because it is an instant payout per block with no share system, so you won't accumulate and receive dust payouts if your hash speed is too low. PPLNS reward system note: You will receive payout value (shown on stats) each time the block is found by the whole p2pool network. At least it needs 24 hours to get max payouts in queue.

  • Host —
  • Port — 9332
  • Login — your Bitcoin address
  • Any password will work
  • Decentralized bitcoin mining
  • Payouts do not depend on pool operator and no delayed payout.
  • Zero pool fees because it's less work/risk for pool managers.
  • Payouts in virgin unspent coins with no transaction history.
  • No user account required, just connect with your payout address.

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