How does install Mining Pool in Multichain?

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I want to mine through to using Mining Pool
But does not support getblocktemplate
So is there any Mining Pool which is Multichain supported?

If you do not have a Mining Pool that supports Multichain, can't you use an API called getblocktemplate?
asked Sep 8, 2017 by Hyun
have you got your pool working yet?
i am facing the similar problem as you of "getblocktemplate". although one thing i noticed is multichain's "getblock" function is quite similar to it. i tried to modify some RPC calls in NOMP, but i am facing this error : error: { code: -1, message: 'value is type obj, expected str' } although devs have asked to report any code -1 errors but i am not sure if this error is caused by something i did.

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MultiChain is not a single blockchain but rather a platform for creating blockchains. So are you looking to set up a mining pool for a specific MultiChain blockchain/network, or hoping that some existing mining pool will support your particular network? (which seems unlikely unless they have said otherwise)
answered Sep 9, 2017 by MultiChain
I want to use 'Bitcoin Mining Pool' to Mining it.
However, because the getblocktemplate API is not supported, you can not use the Mining Pool.
So I want to know if there is a 'Mining Pool' that 'Multichain' can use.
Or I want to know if I can use 'Getblocktemplate'.
I would like to know what to do if I am available.
I have asked the team about this issue and will revert.
Any new update?
We still do not support this unfortunately. Is this related to a particular public blockchain that is running on MultiChain?
Yes. There is our own blockchain.
And wanted to do open mining for new permissioned identities.
If your miners are permissioned, you generally don't need proof-of-work style mining as well, since the security comes from the consensus algorithm between the permissioned entities. Am I missing something?