WePayBTC - highest profits for our miners

Revolutionary new algorithm-switching multipool. Flat rate daily payouts in Bitcoin.

Our current payout is set to be 0.00017 BTC per day for AMD R9 290 (our reference card with its speed taken as 100% value).

Our pool pays constant amount of BTC based on your mining speed. This speed is displayed in percent in your btc-sgminer application (blue┬árectangle on the screenshot below). That’s your mining speed compared to our reference videocard Sapphire R9 290 Tri-X OC. This is required, because each of supported algorithms has very different hashrate and thus your hashrate would jump when algorithm is switched.

Out mining software shows your projected daily profit in the top right corner of the btc-sgminer window (green rectange on the screenshot below). It is calculated by multiplying your speed by the BTC payout per 100%. Please note that the exact payout will be slightly different, as the pool does not know your exact speed. It evaluates it based on the speed at which your are sending solved shares to the pool. That is also the reason why your speed jumps a bit up and down when you look at your statistics. This is normal.

Amount of BTC to be paid for 24 hours of constant mining on our pool with reference videocard (100% speed) is published on twitter. Please subscribe to out twitter to get updates. We are setting this price to give you the maximum profits while at the same time keeping the payouts stable: one day the pool earns more BTC than we pay out, the other day it’s less.

When comparing our payouts to other pools, please make sure to take this into account. Other pools may have higher payouts one day, but much lower another day. Look at average payouts for fair comparison. For example, you can check statistics on the popular poolpicker.eu website.

Notice: if you are serious about mining, please check your wattmeter to see how much electricity your rig is consuming. We are mining energy efficient algorithms like X11, X13, X15. But our miner is different from the widely known X11-mod, so your results may vary. Our measurements show approximately 2.1Watt per 1%, so R9 290 (which is treated as 100%) uses 210 watt.