The rejection rate of Antminer S19 mining pools is described in this guide.
- When a mining machine sends data to a mining pool, the rejection rate of the mining pool is the proportion of data rejected by the mining pool to all data sent.
- This parameter doesn’t need to be considered if the miner’s hashrate is unaffected.
- The miner sends data to the mining pool every few seconds to ten seconds depending on the hashrate and various algorithms. Specific conditions apply to this data. The mining pool will reject data if it is abnormal or does not comply with its specifications, which will result in a higher rate of miners being rejected.
- Network instability is the main cause of mining pools’ high rejection rates.
- The local network, the operator network, and the mining pool server are the three nodes that make up the mining pool server, which receives the data from the mining machines. The rate at which mining pools reject requests will rise as a result of the common exceptions listed below.
- Local network: generally interference, network cable virtual connection and other problems
- Operator network: generally the network node is unstable
- Mining pool server: server exception
Note: In general, mining pools can work with the test; for more information, get in touch with the customer service of the mining pool.
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