Bitcoin Mining Pools are a way for Bitcoin miners to pool their resources and share their hash power while sharing the reward evenly based on the number of actions they helped resolve a deadlock. A portion is allocated to members of the Bitcoin mining pool who present a valid proof of the work that their Bitcoin miner has solved. The extraction of bitcoins from swimming pools began when the difficulty of mining became so great that it took years for slower miners to produce a block. The solution to this problem was for the miners to pool their resources to generate blocks faster and thus receive a portion of the Bitcoin block reward on a consistent basis, rather than randomly once in a few years. If you operate mine alone, which means that you do not operate with a Bitcoin mining pool, you will need to make sure that you agree with the Bitcoin network. If you participate in a Bitcoin Juvenile Pool, you will need to make sure that they are acting in accordance with your Bitcoin philosophy. For example, some dishonest developers have threatened to publish software that could interfere with the network, which would result in considerable financial damage. Therefore, it is your responsibility to ensure that any Bitcoin extraction power that you direct to an extraction pool does not attempt to enforce network consensus rules that you do not agree with. There are many good Bitcoin mining pools to choose from. While it is tempting to choose the most popular one, it is better for the health of the network to exploit smaller pools to avoid a potentially damaging concentration of hash power. The hash rate distribution is best distributed among multiple Bitcoin exploitation pools.