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Just use geth if you don't want to join a pool. This is called "solo mining". It's done this way: One master server is running geth: geth --rpc --rpcaddr "IP ADDRESS" --rpcport PORT Other computers (miners) are only running ethminer: ethminer.exe -G -F http://[IP ADDRESS:PORT]


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There were some ideas on reddit regarding p2pool for Ethereum. If one follows the same principle as P2Pool for Bitcoin, which is an alternative blockchain with shorter block times, it can be seen that such model would hardly work on Ethereum, because the block times are already pretty short. Another idea is to organise a pool as a contract. This however, is ...


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| OSI Layer | Ethereum Protocols | ------------------------------------- | Application | Kademlia, RPC, IPC | | Presentation | AES, ECDSA | | Session | | | Transport | | | Network | | | Data Link | | | Physical | | Please note ...


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You're hitting an errUnknownPeer error. From the code in downloader.go: // Retrieve the origin peer and initiate the downloading process p := d.peers.Peer(id) if p == nil { return errUnknownPeer } Here we're trying to use a previously known peer with an id of id, but which no longer appears in the list of known peers. (So our look-up in the current ...


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There is currently no p2pool available for Ethereum due to various reasons, e.g. very short block times or the inability to create transactions with multiple outputs. There are approaches to decentralize at least the mining effort back to the clients nodes. This is possible because you can specify the etherebase in your client to match the pools etherbase. ...


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