php-proxy-stratum - ReactPHP stratum+tcp proxy between miners and pools with database and frontend.

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ReactPHP stratum+tcp proxy between miners and pools with database and minimal web interface.Used to demostrate how pools steal your hash by renaming worker names and redirecting the hashrate.

https://github.com/ctubio/php-proxy-stratum

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