If you’re looking for a full list of Ethereum mining pools, you’ve come to the right place. We can’t personally vouch for each and every one of these pools, but they’re all fairly popular in the community and likely to be trustworthy. That said, we take no responsibility if one of them takes your money and runs.
Personally, we’ve used Ethermine and Nanopool, both of which we’d highly recommend and both of which we’ve successfully received a full and fair payout at least once. Others on this list are known to be trustworthy in the community, include f2pool and Ethfans.
Here’s the full list of pools:
There are surely plenty of other Ethereum pools that we’re not aware of, but these are a pretty good collection of the most popular ones. If you run a pool or are a member of a pool that’s not on this list, be sure to leave a comment below. You can find the full and latest statistics of the most popular Ethereum mining pools over at Etherchain.
For a variety of reasons, it’s a good idea to support pools that aren’t the 2 or 3 most popular ones. With the production of Ether and the hashrate falling into the control and consolidated to only a few people who administer those pools, the chances of the network being compromised are slightly increased.
Ethereum is best mined using a GPU rig, and you can learn how to build one of those using our tutorial.
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