I tested for about a month all the pools displayed on the cryptocurrency WebDollar site. Test period: September 6, 2019 – October 14, 2019.
I used the same wallet, the same amount of WebDollar cryptocurrencies, the same device and the same browser (Chrome).
I took each pool in turn and tested it several days in a row, without interruption.
The tests were for PoS (Proof of Stake) mining.
Pools should have approximately the same code, and fees are zero or maximum 5%, so they should not influence the results too much. But it matters a lot how many users are in the respective pools and especially how large the wallets with which they enter the pool. Because the pool with the largest wallet has the highest chance of catching the next block.
I made a table with results.
In the table you have the annual average profit for each pool.
1st place – CoffeePool (Balanel & Miaunel) 30%
2nd place – CanadianStakePool 25%
3rd place – WebDollarPoolMine (Roxana) 17%
4th place – WMP 14%
5th place – EuroPool 10%
6th place – ImperiumStake 9%
There are option results at a time and they are indicative results.
I would like to have a balance of participation in each pool so that the results are evenly distributed. Let us not forget that there are also solo miners who have very large wallets.
In addition to the results, I also surprised the graphs for that month with the situation of total mining, PoS (Proof of Stake) mining and PoW (Proof of Work) mining.
WebDollar currently has 66.66% PoS and developers are working on implementing 90% PoS.
Webdollar offers the simplest mining method and the most economical mining method.
For PoS mining you must have at least 100WEBD in your wallet, the wallet must not have a password. Compared with a very large wallet that mines solo I noticed that in a pool you have a higher profit.
As a general and most important conclusion is that WebDollar cryptocurrency offers the best annual profit of 30%, while a classic bank gives you maximum 0.05% profit.