BTC and LTC Cloud Mining Services Current Price Comparison

12 Aug
2014

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It has been over a month since we’ve published a price comparison of the Bitcoin and Litecoin cloud mining services that we are using, testing or seem like a good option, as well as some that are probably not going to ever ROI for the term of their contract with the current difficulty and price, so that you can compare the different options better. Also it seems that there are still not that many easy to use Scrypt cloud mining services available and with the exchange rate of LTC going down it is getting interesting as it seems that most Scrypt ASIC hardware manufacturers are already moving to start providing cloud mining services as well.

Bitcoin cloud mining services:
Bitcoin Cloud Services – 0.0028 BTC per GHS, 5 years, no pool fee, no maintenance fee
PBMining – 0.0029 BTC per GHS, 5 years, no pool fee, no maintenance fee
CEX.io – 0.0036 BTC per GHS, indefinite, no pool fee, has maintenance fee
Hashop.io – 0.0069 BTC per GHS, 2 years, no pool fee, maintenance electricity fee
Cloud Hashing – 0.00875 BTC per GHS, 1 year contract, pool and maintenance fees
Cointerra Mining – 0.00876 BTC per GHS, 1 year contract, pool and maintenance fees

Litecoin cloud mining services:
Scrypt.cc – 0.11199 BTC per MHS, indefinite, no pool fee, no maintenance fee
Genesis Mining – 0.138 BTC per MHS (5% off with promo code CryptoMiningBlog5), 1 year, no pool fee, no maintenance fee

And a word of advice about Lunamine, it seems that the service has the lowest price per GHS, however in the last few days withdraw requests have not yet been processed and since this is still a very new service you should be careful should you decide to invest there! Also note that lately CEX has reached a lower and more attractive price with lowered maintenance fees and the other advantage is the exchange where you can trade your hashrate, ScryptCC also has an exchange where you cans ell your purchased hashrate, unlike with the other services. Cointerra and Cloud Hashing are still keeping higher prices that do not get updated with the increase of the BTC network difficulty, so they still do not seem that attractive with their expensive 1 year contracts compared to other services, even though with them you should not worry about possible scams.



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3 Responses to BTC and LTC Cloud Mining Services Current Price Comparison

gminer

August 13th, 2014 at 13:58

You should also mention NiceHash.com cloud mining service – even if they don’t offer long term contracts they offer very attractive pricing for on-demand cloud mining (weather you like to mine SHA256, Scrypt, X11 or some other coins). Of course this kind of service is primary intended for altcoins mining, not straight BTC or LTC.

C. Smith

August 14th, 2014 at 20:49

Lunamine is down – all DNS records for lunamine.com are gone, as is the SOA for the DNS zone. Have they closed shop? I was just looking at their site the other day and thinking of getting some hashing there – but i guess I am lucky that I held off…

Mac

August 15th, 2014 at 06:09

Guess i just lost 1BTC. :(

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