Braiins, the developers of Slush Pool, has come out from behind the curtain to announce its very own mining-focused operating system for cryptocurrency devices.
Braiins was established in 2011 and has been operating Slush Pool — one of the oldest and most popular mining pools — since 2013. Throughout the years, Braiins has turned itself into a large-scale operation which serves tens of thousands of cryptocurrency miners.
Now, the company is taking another step forward to provide more openness to cryptocurrency mining.
The operating system will initially launch for mining devices but will be open to other devices in the future.
According to the company, Braiins OS monitors hardware and working conditions, resolves errors, and provides the expected performance data. In the future, additional features will apparently be added — including performance improvements to maximize mining profitability.
In its current stage, Braiins OS is only in its alpha stage. Therefore, there are likely still some bugs that need to be squashed and some unexpected issues that will need to be resolved.
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