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The Best Zill Mining Pool: K1 Pool vs Crazy Pool

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Cryptocurrency mining is a popular way to earn passive income in the digital world. Zill mining, which involves mining the Zill main coin, has gained significant attention among miners. In this article, we will be comparing two popular Zill mining pools – K1 Pool and Crazy Pool – to determine which one is the best.

Why K1 Pool and Crazy Pool?

Before we dive into the comparison, it’s important to understand why we chose K1 Pool and Crazy Pool for this analysis. K1 Pool is known for its reduced fees on Zill mining when using their main coin. On the other hand, Crazy Pool has a range of mining equipment and offers a variety of coins to mine. By comparing these two pools, we can determine which one provides better results for Zill mining.

Testing Setup

For this test, we used the A6 miners from iPollo. These miners are specifically designed for mining ETC or ethash. However, it’s worth mentioning that there are better hardware options available for mining ethash, so we didn’t include our GPUs in this comparison.

K1 Pool Test

Let’s start with K1 Pool. In our testing, we found that K1 Pool offers a limited number of miners for Zill mining. We had two miners – the ETC Mini and the ETC Mini Plus. These miners are capable of mining only ETC and have a maximum dag size of 3.6, which means they are restricted to mining Ethereum Classic.

Moving on to the performance and rewards, in the K1 Pool, we obtained a daily average of slightly under 20 Zill. There were a few days where we exceeded 20 Zill, but most days were around 14-19 Zill. Considering the limitations of the hardware, these results were not surprising.

Crazy Pool Test

Now let’s shift our focus to Crazy Pool. Unlike K1 Pool, Crazy Pool offers a wider range of mining equipment. In our testing, we used three miners – the V1 Mini, V1 Mini SC, and V1 Mini SC Plus. These miners outperformed the ETC Miners on K1 Pool in terms of hash rate and overall equipment quality.

When comparing the rewards, Crazy Pool seemed to perform slightly better than K1 Pool. However, it’s important to note that the equipment used in Crazy Pool was significantly superior to the ones used in K1 Pool. Hence, the higher rewards on Crazy Pool were expected.


After comparing the performance and rewards of K1 Pool and Crazy Pool, it is clear that K1 Pool is the winner in terms of zill mining on iPollo miners. Despite having better equipment and higher hash rates on Crazy Pool, K1 Pool consistently outperformed it in terms of Zill rewards.

One factor that contributes to K1 Pool’s success is its reduced fees on Zill mining when using their main coin. While other pools often have higher fees, K1 Pool lowers its fees, resulting in higher Zill profits for miners.

Moving forward, we plan to test other Zill mining pools, including Easel, F2 Pool, and Shard Pool, to determine how well they perform compared to K1 Pool. By continuing our research, we aim to provide accurate and up-to-date information for miners looking to maximize their Zill mining profits.

If you are currently mining Zill or own an Apollo Miner, we would love to hear your thoughts and experiences. Feel free to share your thoughts and comments in the comment section below. Additionally, if you are interested in exploring ASIC miners, we have provided links in the description for you to check out.

Thank you for reading, and we look forward to the next part of our Zill mining pool test.

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