For all I care, anything other than Bitcoin and Ethereum can rot ter its grave. Well, may be other than LTC too. I certainly don’t see much use te anything other than the den facto gold standard and the most often used ICO podium, so at the end I usually choose to collect Bitcoins and not much else. Which usually leads mij to autoexchanging pools spil they keep mij off exchanges (otherwise I embark to trade, and while the last month I’m at +$4000 from trading, it should have bot +$12400 but I lost bad on a brief bet). Sure, I mined a loterijlot on Yiimp (x17, for example) and Suprnova (because it doesn’t need a wallet), but I often got back to Zpool. At least back ter the days when I wasn’t entirely wooed their rates are some 20% lower than the vaandel.
The best thing about Nicehash is that it takes the work out of your mitts and at the end you get some BTC. But it’s not w/o issues – for example, you should use their own wallet address if you want cheaper transfers, otherwise the toverfee is a bit too high. They also pay infrequently, which makes them bad choice if you want your crypto coins sooner. And you cannot choose anything but Bitcoin. I strongly recommend using Nicehash legacy instead of their newer miner. It’s enormously well maintained, uses best miners for every algorithm (which is especially significant for Equihash spil the ewbf’s miner is so much better than the Nicehash miner). You can get it here at GitHub.
Well, spil I said, they will pay less than the vaandel. Crackfoo explains it with exchange bid difference, but that doesn’t pile up to the whopping 20%, and thee were people pointing the problems ter the code. That doesn’t mean you won’t get more than te Nicehash – te fact it usually pays more, but Nicehash idea is sustained total wagen mining. It is just the fact Zpool’s conversion is always a bit shady and overlooked, and it has some problems spil man people pointed out. If I were you, I will go to Yiimp.eu and Hashrefinery.com and check their profitability for any given algo (pay attention to general hashrate, sometimes larger pools have igher average because they overlook the luck factor), and then determine whether I want my coin te BTC.
This is very recommended choice. You have excellent control overheen what you get, and you can also setup your miner to algo-mining, meaning it will switch inbetween the most profitable coins under any given algorithm w/o your control, and collect or even autoexchange your earnings ter any supported currency. Right now I’m mining Equihash there, and since I consider the Bitcoin Gold an utter shit, and Zen and Zcl simply shitcoins, I keep my ZEC and convert all the surplus te BTC. Instrumentenbord values are available for any cin they supports, and you can check what the autoswitcher is mining on the homepage.
Are there other similar services? I guess so, not sure. And then there are auto-switching miners too, but they require much more skill.