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Today the Bitcoin cloud mining service PB Mining has updated their website, something that they have previously announced. Earlier today there was a message about the update pointing to the new IP address of the website, though some of you might still see that message until the DNS cache is refreshed. The new website is not a complete makeover, but more like adding new features and improvements to the interface of the service. We are happy to see that some of the things that we did not like about it initially are now fixed, such as the ability to update your Bitcoin payment wallet address. There is now more clearly structured and detailed information about your cloud hashrate and when your cloud mining contract expires and so on. There could be a few more issues n the next days that need to be worked on, but hopefully things will be back to normal and the support of the service is working to bring everything back to normal after the update.
We’ve been testing the service for a month already and though we had some concerns when we first started, now we can say that most of them are gone. The service has been running stable and problem free and we were getting our mined coins each week on time. We are still not ready to invest a lot of coins in the service as we are still testing it, but we are gradually adding more hashrate pretty much each week or when the difficulty has increased. The reason or that is the decrease in price per GHS that the service has with each difficulty adjustment to the already most attractive price they have for cloud mining.
At the moment they have 78 THS worth of hashrate and the option to buy a contract at 0.0075 BTC per GHS currently says that it has all been sold out. This however can be a result of temporary disabling the option to purchase new hashrate until everything is operating normally after the move, the same can also be true about new registrations. If you are already using the service and are having some issues try contacting the support or post in the dedicated thread about the service on Bitcointalk linked below.