From what I perceive, in todays setting, ASIC miners solely resolve the maths to permit for the assembled block to be added to the chain. It’s the pool (not the pool of hashers however the devs of the pool itself) that really assemble a block. These ‘swimming pools’ solely assemble however don’t hash. It’s the miners within the pool that really do the hashing. Is that this appropriate?

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