GAW Miners Introducing Hashlet, The First Digital Cloud Miner

16 Aug
2014

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The last few days the guys at GAW Miners have been teasing us with something new and big coming, and there were already some interesting news like the purchase of the domain name BTC.com and the acquisition of a controlling stake in cloud mining provider ZenMiner. The big news that we were waiting for however is the introduction of the Hashlet, or as they call it the world’s first digital cloud miner – a new project that is apparently designed to help miners to actually make profit mining crypto currencies. The idea of the Hashlet is that you purchase a digital miner, no need to pre-order, and it is instantly activated and starts mining for you. There will be no shipping costs or waiting time for some hardware to arrive, it will be activated instantly and controlled online though the web interface of ZenCloud and you should be able to easily upgrade it or even sell it.

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Hashlets, the world’s first Digital Cloud Miners (DCM), will be hosted in a reliable datacenter with 99.9% uptime guaranteed. So you will not have to deal with all of the issues associated with managing of hardware miners such as noise, heat or power issues or worry what will you do with an ASIC miner hardware once it gets obsolete and cannot generate enough to even pay for the electricity it uses. Hashlets are supposed to be constantly upgraded and remain state of the art in order to keep them profitable as long as possible with the maintenance cost decreasing over time and not increasing. Purchasing a Hashlet will also get you exclusive access to the ZenPool, a new multipool designed especially for the Hashlet with the best possible profitability and zero mining fees. It also seems that you will be able to also trade your Hashlets in a dedicated marketplace, so if you decide you no longer need the miner you should be able to easily sell it to someone else that is interested.

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The idea of the Hashlets seems really good as it should bring all the best parts of hardware miners forward, and leave behind all their limitations, so a great choice especially for new miners. It is what cloud mining should be for miners that want to move from actual hardware miners to the cloud mining, making things easier to use and manage and above all to actually make profit mining now. Let somebody else manage the hardware for you and save you all the trouble and focus on the mining and making profit, something that has become quite hard lately with the BTC ASIC miners and even with the currently available LTC ASCIs as well. One thing is for sure, you can place your trust in GAW Miners and their Hashlet digital cloud miners and know that they will not disappear like many new cloud mining services that have appeared lately and have turned out to be scams. That is why we are already waiting with a lot of interest for the specifications and prices to be announced for the new Hashlets, something that should happen later today, and also to try them out and report our own experience. So stay tuned for more information as it becomes available and meanwhile you can take a look at the details that have already been revealed.

Update: The Hashlet is now out in the wild and you can already purchase some. It seems that the initial interest was so big that the users brought down the whole Shopify network briefly. And now for the prices, each MHS is available for $15.99 USD and you can scale it up to 100 MHS and then buy multiple Hashlets of up to 100 MHS as well. These prices of the Hashlets are already cheaper than anything you can currently purchase in terms of the price per MHS you get from a Scrypt ASIC miner. Also the current maintenance fee is $0.08 USD per MHS.

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8 Responses to GAW Miners Introducing Hashlet, The First Digital Cloud Miner

admin

August 16th, 2014 at 05:07

There is already a long discussion and a lot of comments after the announcement of the Hashlet at the Hashtalk forum, you can check it out here: https://hashtalk.org/t/mining-has-finally-evolved/6125

mathematics

August 17th, 2014 at 00:15

Sorry Im completly new in the bitcoin business and I dont understand the price of the Hashlet by gawminers. 1 MH/s for 15.99$
Compared with e.g. cloudhashing.com 60 GH/s for 299$ means I pay here for 60000 MH/s – 299$ -> 1 MH/s for 0,0049833$ ??? sure you have a fee, but for me this looks strange.
Maybe I totaly missunderstand this offer. Can you help me out?

RavenX

August 17th, 2014 at 07:16

@mathematics

Cloud hashing sells SHA-256 mining, GAW sells Scrypt mining, two different thing with different prices, costs and profit.

Swat

August 17th, 2014 at 12:07

Just be careful with cloud mining.
I don’t say anything about GAW, but i lost alot @ lunamine.com. sins they run with all my btc.

Newbie

August 17th, 2014 at 15:59

Couldn’t find it anywhere, the presented prices are for ??? 1 month? 1 year? 1 day? Where do we see maintenance fees?

admin

August 17th, 2014 at 16:15

The price is for purchasing the digital miner, it is yours just like you purchase mining hardware… the purchased hashrate mines for you with a current daily fee of $0.08 per 1 MHS for Maintenance. Obviously if the profit falls under the maintenance fee there will be no point in running the miner, however the guys at GAW promise that the fees will get lower as better mining hardware becomes available – higher hashtare and lower power usage. In the end there is actual ASIC hardware miners located in a data center that provide the hashrate that you purchase in the form of a Hashlet.

Daniel lee

August 19th, 2014 at 04:54

The GAW Mining Haslet is a JOKE, and a waste of Money, I got 15 MHs of scrypt thinking I would mine some odd coins and Speculate on some potcoins and such, there are only a few pools to pick from and they all convert to scrypt mining to bitcoin, its the last time I will buy stuff from them, I got 6 th/s of bitcoin mining its just a Bad joke, I really did expect more from them.

Daniel Lee

CecPacShakur

August 24th, 2014 at 12:30

The hashlet might take a lot of fun and freedom out of mining with the current lack of options on the ZenPool, but if you are considering operating in this space to make money this is a very viable option. I recommend testing a hashlet out, I just bought 15 mh/s, but I also recommend having some miners at home so you have unlimited freedom to mine whatever alt you choose and you can learn much more compared to utilizing a a cloud service. I have 4 fury’s at home and a 44 mh machine on its way. When it comes to scale its difficult to host 100+ mh at your home. On the cloud there are no problems.

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