Hoosat Network coins to mine

Pool Coins
Pool coin ID Algorithm Miners Pool Hashrate Fee Network Hashrate Network Difficulty
What is HTN pool?

HTN Pool is a premier mining launchpad for Kaspa-related forks. Whether you're planning to initiate a new cryptocurrency project based on Kaspa, HTN Pool is here to support you. We are fully prepared to list your coin, providing it with the visibility it needs to thrive. Additionally, we offer a wealth of resources and expert guidance to assist you every step of the way. Our dedicated team is committed to helping you navigate the complexities of the cryptocurrency landscape, ensuring your project's success from inception to launch. Join us at HTN Pool and embark on your cryptocurrency journey with confidence and support.

Hoosat Network, Kaspa fork cryptocurrency, aims to leverage HTN for real-world applications. During the development of HTN, there has been considerable discussion about token burning due to HTN's unique tokenomics. Designed for slow deflation with a high total supply, HTN's tokenomics result in early miners accumulating a significant amount of the coin.

This accumulation by early miners has lead to the creation of Hoosat pool as launchpad for Kaspa forks as mining pool and for allowing cryptocurrencies to be mined while portion of the mined coins are burned. This burning strategy helps to willingly manage the supply and value of the mined coins while, still allowing miners to earn steady stream of mining profits. This innovative approach promotes sustainability and stability in the cryptocurrencies markets.

You can contact @tonto_hoosat at Discord or Telegram for inquiries about listing. We are also actively following new coins that popup to list them at HTN pool.

Pool ID?

In HTN pool id's you can see for example 1F1B and it means that it's 1% fee, 1% burn.

  • Number before letter is the percentage.
  • F = Fee
  • B = Burn
  • G = Giveaway

If you have inquiries about our burn addresses are created. They are generated programmatically without private key.

Terms of Operation

Welcome to the Hoosat Pool. These Terms of Operation govern your participation in our mining pool. By joining and participating, you agree to comply with and be bound by the following terms:

Mining Operations

1. Members agree to contribute their computing power to the pool. The pool operates continuously, and contributions are measured and rewarded based on predefined algorithms.

2. Hoosat Pool utilizes various mining protocols. Members should ensure their mining hardware and software are compatible with pool requirements.

Rewards and Payouts

3. Mining rewards are distributed based on each member's contribution to the pool's total hashrate. The reward distribution model may vary (PPLNS, SOLO, PROP, PPLNSF).

4. Payouts are made periodically, and minimum payout thresholds may apply. Members are responsible for providing accurate wallet addresses for payouts.

Security and Conduct

5. Members must ensure their mining activities do not harm the pool's operations or other members. Malicious activities, such as DDoS attacks or submitting invalid shares, are strictly prohibited.

6. The pool implements security measures to protect against unauthorized access and attacks. Members should also follow best practices to secure their mining setups.


7. The pool may charge fees for its services. These fees are typically deducted from mining rewards. The fee structure will be clearly communicated to all members. We take right to change fee's at anytime.


8. Hoosat Pool is not liable for any losses or damages arising from participation in the pool, including but not limited to hardware failures, network issues, or changes in cryptocurrency value.

9. Members are responsible for their mining equipment and associated costs, such as electricity and maintenance.

10. Members have up to three months from the date of mining rewards being credited to their account to collect their rewards. After this period, unclaimed rewards may be forfeited at the discretion of the pool management.

11. Members have must have more than minimum payment credited to their account to collect their reward. This is requirement in any possible scenario.

Maintenance and Downtime

12. The pool may undergo maintenance or experience downtime. Efforts will be made to minimize disruptions, and members will be notified in advance whenever possible.

Privacy and Data Protection

13. The pool collects minimal data necessary for operations, such as IP addresses and mining performance metrics. This data is used solely for managing and optimizing the pool.


14. Hoosat Pool reserves the right to amend these terms at any time. Members will be notified of any significant changes.

By using Hoosat Pool, you acknowledge and agree to these terms of operation. For any questions or further information, please contact our support team.