If you need assistance or you find an issue with the pool post queries here: http://cybernexus.proboards.com/board/30/marscoin
Network Upgrade
posted 16/04/2018 16:59:06 by phoenixx

Pool has been offline a few days while we installed a faster connection.  Services should return to normal once DNS's update.

Scheduled network upgrade
posted 27/03/2018 20:36:22 by phoenixx

Pool was offline for about an hour or so while the network equipment was upgraded. 

Unscheduled reboot
posted 02/03/2018 19:38:13 by phoenixx

pool down briefly during odd reboot..

Power Outage
posted 08/01/2018 10:59:03 by phoenixx

The hot weather caused an interruption to the power supply due to the closure of hazelwood power station and the failure of two generating units at Loy Yang resulting in inadequate power being available briefly. This caused the pool to go offline.

Marscoin forum created
posted 31/07/2016 22:30:23 by phoenixx

Due to an issue with the contact form on this pool not working - I have created a forum here:

If you have any issues or simply questions.  Post on there, and I should eventually get to it.


Active Marscoin Exchanges
posted 31/07/2016 13:37:02 by phoenixx

Cryptopia Still trades marscoin


However since poloniex delisted the price has been hosed.

Marscoin Delisted from Polonex
posted 05/06/2016 21:48:23 by phoenixx

Since Marscoin is not particularly active at the moment, (most Mars missions are not scheduled until 2017 to 2020) and there is not a lot of urgency in its trading, Poloniex has removed the marscoin market.  They have stated that once it becomes popular again, we are welcome to request that they list it again.

Geezup was the staff member who proposed its removal. Thanks for your patience Poloniex.

The Other Marscoin pool
posted 03/09/2015 13:35:26 by phoenixx


Hi All,

This is an Australian test pool, other pools are also available.

See below for more information.


Official website: www.marscoin.org

 Announce/Launch thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=721263.0



  1.  Official Pool: http://pool.marscoin.org

  2.  Russian pool: http://mars.pooler.cc/
  3.  BNL Pool: https://pool.bejjan.net/pool/MARS (stratum+tcp://stratum.bejjan.net:3066)
  4.  P2P pool: http://p2pool.neocities.org/coinmrs.html
  5.  This Pool: http://mars.our-game.net
  6.  Prohashing: http://prohashing.com
  7. Scryptpool: https://www.scryptpool.com/pool/MARS


Block Explorers:

  1. http://explore.marscoin.org/address/

  2. https://prohashing.com/explorer/Marscoin/


Want to integrate Marscoin on your website to buy and sell?

  1. https://cointopay.com/integration.jsp
  2. https://github.com/Limecoin/LimeCart/wiki/Installation


Want to buy/sell/trade Marscoin?

  1. https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange/?market=MARS_BTC
  2. https://poloniex.com/exchange#btcmrs
  3. https://wallet.marscoin.org/wallet/dashboard/buy

Why use Marscoin?

Is this coin a scam?
No they are registered under corporate law in Florida as a not-for-profit. It would be a criminal code violation to do anything illegal.

A summary of their corporate record is available here:

  • http://www.corporationwiki.com/p/2fcw4i/the-marscoin-foundation-inc

  • http://www.bizapedia.com/fl/THE-MARSCOIN-FOUNDATION-INC.html

 Marscoin's purpose is to facilitate a functional economic and research credit system for the coming Mars colony and research missions. Of which there are several!
For example, to allow universities to lease rovers on Mars, to reward research performed on Mars, and to allow Mars Colonists to sell/purchase/trade items on Earth.


Any sort of legitimate space type article to give it credibility?
Heaps actually, eg. http://www.spacebulletin.co.uk/2014/08/marscoin-help-finance-mars-one-for-free.html

It has also been mentioned in interviews of Mars One finalists.

Working Faucet?
Links removed due to my suspicion they are fake faucets.


  • Abbreviation: MRS
  • Algorithm: SCRYPT
  • Date Founded: 27/1//2014
  • Total Coins: 33 Million (this figure may be wrong some sites record 48 million by 2024)
  • Confirm Per Transaction: 4 (estimated)
  • Re-Target Time: 24 hours 39 Minutes (1 Mars day)
  • Block Time: 2 Mars Minutes (123 seconds)
  • Block Reward: 50 Coins (this may have halved by the time you read this)
  • Block reward halves every Mars year (668 Mars days)
  • Diff Adjustment: DGW3 (Dark Gravity Wave)
  • Premine: 300k donation premined for non-profit MarsOne (First Million coins were donated to Mars society (500k) and Mars one (500k))
  • Typical global hashrates on network: 40MH to 500MH, average around 100MH