• PEGA Pool is a UK-based Bitcoin mining pool that enables clients to offset their carbon footprint and incentivize them to use renewable energy.
• It is one of the world’s top 10 largest Bitcoin mining pools according to BTC.com, offering an aggressive payout structure with a competitive Full-Pay-Per-Share (FPPS) model.
• The platform uses a portion of pool fees for miners using non-renewable sources to plant trees and partially offset their carbon footprint, having already planted over 148,000 trees.
PEGA Pool: Eco-friendly Bitcoin Mining Pool
PEGA Pool, a UK-based Bitcoin mining pool, has announced its official launch to enable clients to offset their carbon footprint and incentivize them to use renewable energy.
One of The World’s Largest Mining Pools
PEGA Pool is one of the world’s top 10 largest Bitcoin mining pools according to BTC.com. With the growing adoption of Bitcoin, the Proof-of-Work mining operations have received criticism from individuals, corporations and governments due to its fossil fuel consumption.
Incentivizing Renewable Energy Sources
The platform offers an aggressive payout structure with a competitive Full-Pay-Per-Share (FPPS) model that incentivizes miners to switch to renewable energy sources. It rewards miners making a positive impact on the environment by providing them with 50% lower pool fees.
Offset Carbon Footprint
For those mining with fossil fuel sources, PEGA Pool uses a portion of their pool fees to plant trees in order to partially offset their carbon footprint. So far they have planted over 148,000 trees resulting in yearly offsets of 3,967 tons of CO2.