Provider's Dashboard.

The dashboard is a centralized hub providing essential information and functionalities related to mining operations. It offers key statistics, revenue, and profit metrics for hosting providers to facilitate informed decision-making processes.

The hosting provider’s dashboard comprises the following elements:

Dropdown Filters

  • Algorithms: Most proof-of-work algorithms are supported (e.g., SHA-256, Equihash, X11, Scrypt). Default value - all.
  • Location: The desired location for displaying statistics. Default value - all.
  • Container: Specific container within a location (applicable only if containers were added before). Default value - all.


  • Power: Displays nominal and actual values for real-time energy consumption.
  • Hashrate: Shows nominal and actual values for real-time hashrate.
  • Uptime: Displays the workers’ uptime.
  • Customers’ Debt: Indicates the amount of USDT owed by customers for hosting payments (Only applicable if invoicing feature is enabled).


  • Models: Demonstrates all added models along with their count.
  • Status: Represents the status of all workers, which includes:
    • Working: The worker is operating normally.
    • Underperforming: The worker’s performance is below expected parameters.
    • Stopped: The worker has ceased operation.
    • Needs Repair/Broken: The worker is damaged or malfunctioning, requiring maintenance.
    • In Maintenance: The worker is currently undergoing repairs or maintenance.
  • Recent Notifications: Presents all recent notifications from workers like temperature variations, hashboards status, pool changes, worker status updates.


  • Power: Chart showing detailed energy consumption for the last 24 hours. Includes minimum, average, and maximum values.
  • Hashrate: Chart depicting the computational power for mining cryptocurrency over the past 24 hours. It includes minimum, average, and maximum hashrate values.
  • Temperature: Shows temperature variations over the last 24 hours, including minimum, average, and maximum values.

Krater Nodes

  • Node name: This is a user-input field for node identification.
  • Version: This reflects the software version for each node.
  • Status: Shows whether the node is online or offline.
  • Last Online: This timestamp records the most recent instance data was received from the node.