@PingOfd3ath Yes, all the Ninja style pools other than burst.ninja were generated from a clone of burst.ninja.
Please people, stop getting paranoid - this is a botminer that's trying to earn off various pools. I've been expecting this for the last three years. It seems the recent price rises made someone think it was cost effective to go after our coin. This is not a pool operators action - pools have been hurt by it; it a widely distributed malware - which is bad news for our software. There are discussions going on how to nullify this threat, but for now - don't panic, don't stress - we're working on it. And stop slinging unsubstantiated claims.
dividend was paid out, we got hosed the past 3 days or so on mining because of the DDoS campaign SOMEONE is running against the mining pools. We are currently mining with 67 TB total. Once all outstanding shares of this share block have been sold more HHDs will be added, so the more shares you all buy, the faster and larger we can expand
@aventurar Once you understand the process and get past the roadblocks, you'll wonder what your problem was to start with. I started with 4TB, and harrassing @crowetic about his pool, I now have over 500TB and am aiming for at least 1PB
@Smorath Bare, bare minimum? Single core 1990's Celeron, a 500MB PATA Disk.
There is really no minimum, I mine with my phone and 120GB of storage. If you want to mine a lot of disk, you'll need to make sure you system is effective, but anything can mine - there are people mining on Raspberry PI's.
If you want to go to the other extreme, my current build has 4 x 8 core/16 thread Xeon CPUs, 128GB RAM and 192TB of storage.
It's all about matching your system to your capacity.