All About BTC, LTC, ETH mining as well as other alternative crypto currencies
GAW Miners have recently announced some really interesting big plans about the evolution of their mining platform, but here we want to focus on something that is already available – their new prices of the various Hashlet Digital miners. The Hashlet Prime is no longer available for sale directly from GAW, however you can still get your hands on some Primes through the Hash Market at the ZenCloud service at $36.64 USD per MHS as the lowest price at the moment. Now, paying so much for 1 MHS worth of Scrypt mining hashrate does not seem very reasonable at the moment, however with the Haslet Primes you get some interesting options to engage you allow you to mine more than 1 MHS normal hashrate can generate for you per day. The other Scrypt mining Hashlets that pay out in BTC as well as the Hashlet Genesis that mines directly for Bitcoin have new prices and we are going to take a look at how much they cost and what profitability you can expect to get should you decide to invest in them.
As you can see from the chart above with the current low BTC and LTC prices, the maintenance fees do take away quite a lot of the coins you should have mined resulting in a low actual profit. Using the latest data for the mined coins by the different Hashlets for the previous day we can see that the Hashlet Genesis and the Multi Hashlet seems to be the most profitable Hashlets at the moment. It seems the Waffle Hashlet actually caused a loss for the miner for the last day based on the performance results it shows. Of course the daily earning numbers do vary and the results can be different each day, and the Hash Market where users sell their Hashlets can also provide some interesting deals in terms of lower price than the official ones.