BTCC, which currently represents one of the biggest Bitcoin mining pools, has just announced the launch of their international service, which aims to provide users with significantly faster connections from wherever in the seven continents they reside.
To put things better into perspective, by deploying a larger amount of servers, they manage to facilitate uninterrupted and fast connections to the BTCC pool. Thanks to this, the shares of miners’ work that is rejected due to unstable connections can be significantly mitigated.
According to BTCC’s CEO, Bobby Lee, “Our mining pool currently has customers from the United States, South America, Europe, China, and Africa. The servers that we launched today will provide our current and future customers with much faster connections to our mining pool, regardless of where they are located.”
The launch of the international servers has also been accompanied by the release of a newly designed, bilingual website for users of the pool. This way, BTCC can slowly move towards international markets, thus obtain a larger share of the network.
For those that do not know, the BTCC Pool was started up in October 2014, and is known for operating on something known as a per-per-share model, which aims to guarantee miners a return on their investments regardless of whether the pool manages to mine a block or not.
Based on everything that has been outlined so far, what do you personally think about BTCC’s two new features? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.
Source: BTCC blogpost
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