GAW Miners Changes and Updates for the Hashlet Miners

16 Oct
2014

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The Hashlet Genesis (10 GHS Bitcoin cloud mining hashrate) is now priced at $7.95 USD and the Hashlet Prime is no longer available for sale. Among the newly introduced features are things like SHA-256 mode for Hashlet Primes that would allow you to mine at BTC pools with the Hashlet Prime with 40 GHS per 1 MHS rate, HashPoints bonus points are now worth 1 cent each, Genesis Hashlets are also now supported on the Marketplace where you can trade them. This is all a part of the move from the current ZenCloud platform to the new upcoming HashBase platform that is supposed to offer new interesting features for the miners when it gets released later this month.

On a side note, if you were one of the first to purchase hashrate in the form of a Hashlet when they were first introduced about 2 months ago, then you might’ve already reached a full ROI. In our case, we’ve stared testing the Hashlet just after it was announced and a bit short of two months we have earned back what we have invested. This however was possible if you were among the first to purchase a Hashlet at a price of $15.99 USD per MHS before the introduction of the Hashlet Prime. For users that have purchased Hashlets later on it will most likely take some more time for them to get a return of their investment.

For more information about the currently available Hashlet variants and prices…



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7 Responses to GAW Miners Changes and Updates for the Hashlet Miners

CrackHeadMath

October 16th, 2014 at 21:33

> if you were one of the first to purchase hashrate in the form of a Hashlet when they were first introduced about 2 months ago, then you might’ve already reached a full ROI.

According to what sort of crackhead math?

bathrobehero

October 16th, 2014 at 23:33

^ I’ll ROI on my Primes sometime next week. Bought them on August 18.

Josh

October 17th, 2014 at 02:32

You might want to read this first

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=720844.2760

John

October 17th, 2014 at 11:55

Just got out with a nice profit after doing a test investment following one of you’re posts. Thanks
:-)
Did sell up though.

Fix

October 18th, 2014 at 23:50

I actually purchased 3.25 TH from them the other day with the new lower prices and they actually charged me to mine with them. From my calculations with the current bitcoin prices and the fees they have in place, you should still be able to earn some fractions of bitcoins daily.

I recommend people stay away from sha256 mining with them for now

I will update once I get clarification about the fees on my trouble ticket.

No point in mining if you actually get charged for it,lol

admin

October 19th, 2014 at 11:11

All Hashlets have a maintenance fees – for each 1 MH Hashlet the fee is $0.08 per day, for Hashlet Genesis for each 5 GH the fee is $0.01 per day. At the moment cloud mining for Scrypt coins should result in faster ROI than mining for Bitcoin. Most other cloud mining services do charge maintenance fees as well.

Fix

October 19th, 2014 at 21:05

I noticed they had a patch to fix payment issues today and everything seems to be as it should. I was well aware of the fees, they just didn’t add up the first day for me. The first day issue hasn’t been resolved for me, but I am cool with that as long as long as the numbers continue to add up.

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