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Lower payout threshold without additional fees for Segwit (#895)

Lower the payout threshold to 0.001 BTC without additional fees only for Segwit addresses to incentivize the switch to Segwit address formats.

— BNBMC, 06 November 2017, 13:11

Comments & Updates

  • tks for all
    — windyshine, 07 December 2018, 15:12
  • Thresholds should be lowered without additional charges
    — Ashifat2013, 25 October 2018, 22:10
  • Similar to development #995 payout thresholds could be lowered if the transaction fees were done inhouse either by the pool as a whole or by the worker requesting the 0.001 payout. (divert a portion of your hashrate to carry out the work)
    — TWalsh, 31 March 2018, 20:03
  • The savings would be really negligible in our case. We usually have payout transactions with one input and hundreds of outputs. By using Segwit we would save only about 50 bytes on that one input, that's it. Feel free to set your wallet address to Segwit, that's great, however it doesn't make the payout transactions any smaller (cheaper). -- Roman, Slush Pool Team
    — RoBman79, 08 February 2018, 23:02
  • Slush should definitely adopt SegWit to minimize the transaction fees.
    — Avrelius, 13 January 2018, 16:01
  • Vrey
    — Pankaj97, 22 November 2017, 15:11
  • Slush supports SegWit so much, but doesn't use it on his own pool. It seems entirely backwards to me. Slush needs to implement SegWit so that the minimum withdrawal amount and fee are both significantly lower. I mean come on, if SegWit is so good why in the world does he refuse to put his money where his mouth is and actually help out those that mine here on SlushPool.
    — Raginglikeaboss, 11 November 2017, 09:11
  • Proposal state changed: Draft Approved
    Since we have considered it as a good proposal we are now release it for public voting. If you wish to gain more support for it we recommend to promote it on mining forums with its direct URL.
    06 November 2017, 13:11

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