ConnectBTC, the Bitcoin network’s newest mining pool announced today its launch to the public. New Bitcoin mining pool ConnectBTC was fully developed by Bitmaintech in Israel, independently of any other pool. Operating under a robust infrastructure and employing the latest cutting-edge technologies to ensure members can maximize their profit and minimize the work required of them, ConnectBTC aims to be the new home for miners.
ConnectBTC pool is developed and operated by Bitmaintech Israel, Bitmain’s first R&D center outside of China, working to innovate pooled mining services, and deliver advanced capabilities to bitcoin mining operations of all sizes.
Being the newest product out of Bitmaintech Israel’s lab, the ConnectBTC pool puts the latest in pooled mining services directly in the hands of miners. ConnectBTC’s pool provides highly detailed real-time information and analytics to miners, and gives mining operators a better understanding of their performance, without having to develop custom internal monitoring tools.
ConnectBTC’s Manager Mr. Gadi Glikberg noted:
“Our role as pools is to provide miners with liquidity and stability. We provide miners with real-time data in an easy to use UI, while keeping payment plans simple and stable. In recent years, pools have come up with imaginative new payout methods that confuse customers and displace risks back to the miners. High subsidies on regular PPS plans allow miners to benefit from the increase in transaction fees while avoiding any risks.”
Miners who wish to join the new pool can register at connectbtc.com and start mining immediately. There’s no configuration or setup required. ConnectBTC automatically sets-up workers, liberating mining operators from having to maintain two sets of configuration both locally and at the pool.
Founded in 2013, Bitmain Technologies, described as the world’s most valuable bitcoin company, was established to develop and sell the world’s leading bitcoin miners using Bitmain’s ASIC chip technology.
The company is headquartered in Beijing, with offices in Amsterdam, Hong Kong, Tel Aviv, Qingdao, Chengdu, and Shenzhen.