We have exciting news for what’s going to happen in the next couple of months, but first our review of what happened this month. This is our April Dev Log!
We’ve been uploading the public API so that our users can monitor their data more easily. Everything you need is available at https://api.cruxpool.com.
The whole thing is well packaged and is pretty clear, however, should you have any questions we’re here to help.
What I like about tools such as heatmaps is that it helps us understanding if our miners find it easy to use our website or not. That’s why we’ve been upgrading the UX by adjusting some parameters. We removed a few buttons, made some redirections and voilà!
The dashboard explorer is far better organized and you shouldn’t have any trouble with it. If you still feel navigation is not optimized please do not hesitate to contact us and we’ll be glad to help you.
If you are not part of the Discord community, you should definitely go there first: https://discord.gg/PeT6eVN
We re-organized the subchannels to be more community-oriented instead of only focusing on support. Don’t worry though, support is obviously still there! Come and join the Cruxpool community we’re trying to build and be more active on Ethereum mining.
We have released a part of our roadmap, the next few months are going to be so exciting! We are thrilled to announce that from now on, we will add a new coin every month! We’ll start with ETC – Ethereum Classic in May!
Also, we have a brand-new website coming up, as we want our platform to reflect our ambition to become leaders in the mining pool market.
Last but not least we are currently working on a family of bots to enhance the miners’ experience. With Telegram, Discord or Facebook we aim at providing more tools and notification bots so that our users will be fully in control of their mining experience. Stay Tuned!
Update 08.08/19 : Work in progress has changed quite a lot as we put RavenCoin and Grin on hold and will finally release them later due to another project that seemed more important to us
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