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The Size of the pool does matter. It Has to be big enough to take blocks. So long that it can take blocks at a relative frequency, No pool is going to pay out shares of blocks that they take no stake in if they cannot get a block to begin with. That being said, the smaller of the largest is the best. A block is a block, it pays a set amount, getting that ...


It means "solutions per second" and means the number of attempts per second made at generating a valid block. In Bitcoin, where 1 hash is equivalent to 1 attempt at a potential valid block, it's equivalent to "hashes per second".


Better Late than Never. I was asking myself the same question...I thought the hash rate of the network came from Full Nodes observation on Miners...I was wrong. I was looking for this answer on, but it's on Blockchain website: Look at the methodology at the bottom of the page. Formula is Hash rate = (...

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