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Binance Partners With UltimusPool to Enhance  Pool Services

Binance Pool, the Binance’s all-encompassing cryptocurrency mining pool, has announced a cooperation with UltimusPool.  In accordance with the terms of the agreement, UltimusPool will make available to miners an appealing and user-friendly platform for pool servicing. Among other things, u sers will be able to get daily payouts and fair mining rewards. UltimusPool is a full-featured mining pool solution. It aims to give global professional cryptocurrency miners with easy-to-use, dependable, environmentally friendly, and compliance services.

How UltimusPool works towards its mission

While other companies in the market are all about competing for attention, the UltimusPool team is more interested in working together to create a superior product. Users can construct their own external wallets, create subaccounts and main accounts. Also, they can easily alter pool fees, all of which are unique to Ultimus Pool’s functionality. In addition to BTC mining, it promises to release pools for ETH, LTC, ETC and other cryptocurrencies in the future.

Denny Wu, Director of Binance Pool, said, “UltimusPool team consists of industry experts with deep understanding and experience in the pool industry. Rather than competing with the players in the industry, the UltimusPool team focuses on building a better product and we are excited to collaborate with the industry’s future leader.”

Users can expect a streamlined mining experience thanks to UltimusPool because of its long-term focus on making mining accessible to all users. As a result, it plans to continue growing its tech staff in order to better serve the company’s customers. In addition, it aims to bring the “greener” Bitcoin future to the world’s attention. UltimusPool has formed strategic alliances with CCA and the Energy Web Blockchain. This is part of its continued commitment to lessening the negative effects of the mining pool sector on the environment.