TL;DR: If your hashrate is above 50 Kh/s on a 10m average, contact us. If you do not, you risk your IP being blocked.
At minernode, we want to provide a safe and, most of all, rewarding experience for all of our miners. Therefore, we have implemented a few measures to prevent abuse of our pool.
If you are mining with a high hashrate, which we define as any hashrate over 50 Kh/s per address, you must contact us first via email@example.com. If you do not, our system will automatically ban your ip after a few minutes.
If you are mining with a high hashrate, you are also asked to use a proxy. We recommend using xmrig-proxy as it is easy to set up and has a lot of features. It is also fully compatible with XMRig and minernode.
This measure will take effect on Friday, 10.02.2023 at 19:00 UTC. If you have any questions, please contact us.
TL;DR: The pool router will be down for maintenance on 06.03.2023 between 22:00 and 24:00 UTC. It should function normally.
Our hoster will be performing maintenance on the router server on 06.03.2023 between 22:00 and 24:00 UTC. This will very likely not cause any differences for you, however it means that the pool cannot switch to the backup P2Pool instance if required. Therefore, we recommend configuring a backup pool for your miner.
Welcome to Minernode, worlds first Monero mining pool running on decentralized hashrate from P2Pool. By using our services, you agree to the following terms and conditions.
We do not permanently save any user data on our systems, except for balances and addresses, as well as withdrawal timestamps. We take privacy seriously and, after all, Monero is a privacy coin, so we will not sell or share your data with third parties. We do not utilize an analytics platform on our website. However, please note that your statistics can be accessed using only your Monero wallet address by anyone. We therefore recommend using a subaddress.
We want to provide a safe and trustful mining environment for old and new miners, which is why we want to be as transparent as possible. In our Discord server, you will find a history of all payments done to users and a changelog. On the website, you can find the 5 most recent withdrawals, a link to our P2Pool Observer Page, a link to our uptime page, a link to our discord, and a link to our API. We also provide a chart of the last 24 hours of mining activity, updated every 15 minutes.
Before placing them, we check the content of Hyperlinks. We are not responsible for the content of external websites. We reserve the right to remove any link at any time.
Cheating the pool with invalid hashrate or other methods with the goal of illegally obtaining rewards will not be tolerated. Any user found cheating
will have their IP and address permanently banned from our pool. There is no way to appeal this decision. We reserve the right to take legal
action if necessary. Make sure your miner is correctly set up and does not send invalid results back (especially
All information about current statistics provided on our website may be outdated or incorrect. While we make every effort to provide accurate information, we cannot guarantee its correctness, especially since many values change every second.
Activity is defined as a miner with your address submitting at least 1 valid share.
We want to combat the issue of XMR laying dormant on pool wallets. Therefore, after 2 years (730 days) of inactivity, your accumulated XMR will be donated. ⅓ will go to our donation wallet, ⅓ will go to SChernykh (P2Pool Dev), and ⅓ will go to the Monero General Fund.
Changes to Terms of Service
We reserve the right to change these terms of service at any time without prior notice. It is your responsibility to check the terms regularly to ensure that you are aware of any changes. Last update: 15.03.2023
If you have any questions or concerns about our terms of service, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
✅ Frequent Payouts
⚒️ 15m Hashrate 24.4 KH/s
⚒️ Effort current 84% avg 106%
🖥️ Workers 10
➗ Fee 0%
🏦 Payouts 136
💸 Total paid 0.818399 XMR (116.66€)
💵 Last Reward 22 hours ago
Solo crypto mining isn't always profitable or possible. When you join a pool like Minernode
you mine in a team with other people, which can increase your potential profits.
The best practice would be to join P2Pool. However, as a small miner, you cannot get rewards often. Also you need to have the blockchain on your computer, and run other programs to be able to participate.
With Minernode, you can enjoy the perks of a regular pool while your hashrate is used on P2Pool, supporting Monero decentralization.
Edit the following lines in XMRigs
address is your Monero Address (starting with 4 or 8)
Or use these CLI args:
xmrig -o "xmr.minerno.de:4444" -p "x" -u "address"
There is no need to specify an algorithm or a coin.
Default difficulty is the same as P2Pool Mini. You may want to specify a difficulty. For that, take your 15 minute average hashrate, multiply it by 30 and append it to your address as so:
2000 H/s * 30 = 60000 =>
|Fees||0%||0%||Most >= 1%|
|Min. Payout||0.0002 XMR||0.0003 XMR||Most 0.01 XMR|
|46c...5s2||2.77 mXMR (0.39€)||Complete|
|44c...9ed||0.62 mXMR (0.09€)||Complete|
|89G...93F||10.29 mXMR (1.47€)||Complete|
|49Y...tb1||0.33 mXMR (0.05€)||Complete|
|4A6...7N4||0.21 mXMR (0.03€)||Complete|
#payoutsin our Discord to see the full history. mXMR refers to micro XMR (0.001 XMR)
Fees: 0% (you pay tx fees; usually < 0.00005 XMR)
Minimum Payout: 0.0002 XMR
Payout frequency: On demand
P2Pool Version: 3.1 (current)
Node Version: 0.18.2.0 (current)
Public since: 07.06.2022 (289 days)
Last balance refresh: 22.03.2023 20:34
uservalue of your config.json to
address+difficulty, for instance
48----in+60000. The formula for difficulty is
15 min hashrate * 30.