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Different payout address per Worker (#11)

Different payout address per Worker

— bobsmoke, 13 November 2014, 11:11

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  • Like it
    — crowbar1979, 20 April 2018, 06:04
  • Please make this available, we are 4 partners in our mining facility unfortunately we can't use our S9s on slushpool because we can't set each worker separate address. since we want to be transparent to each other we only use one account and one username password. so we distribute earnings automatically and evenly to each partner using different payout address BUT because of this reason, we can't use sluchpool, we are forced to use antpool, antpool allows you to setup subaccount with different payout address and sub miners under this sub accounts.. so we are happy.. but we would switch to sluch overnight if they offer the same feature. can't believe they don't allow us!
    — turkishguy, 14 January 2018, 13:01
  • This would be fantastic! We currently have a small mining pool with some coworkers. We each have miners of different TH and it would be nice to not have to do math manually. We like to have them all under the same ID so we can monitor together. Makes things much easier.
    — MTmining, 08 December 2017, 08:12
  • How can i send my bitcoin for some one
    — KimBang, 08 March 2017, 00:03
  • is this approved development have been produced ? if yes where can I found to separate each workers payout address ?
    — goodminers, 26 February 2017, 10:02
  • Why? Can you describe a situation where this would be handy? Thanks
    — MinieHinie, 18 November 2016, 20:11
  • or in simpler terms, different address per payout
    — kkurtmann, 18 November 2014, 06:11
  • XPUBKEY baby! all the way or nuthin!
    — kkurtmann, 18 November 2014, 06:11
  • Proposal state changed: Draft Approved
    13 November 2014, 11:11

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