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ZeusHash hasn’t been doing that well in term of their cloud mining offers on their way moving from a Scrypt ASIC manufacturer to a cloud mining service provider. They stopped offering LTC mining contracts with the downtrend of Litecoin and because of their use of aging and not so efficient in terms of performance and hashrate hardware (especially after cancelling their Volcano project) leaving some unhappy customers that might have invested in LTC cloud mining contracts. The service moved to offering only BTC cloud mining, but there they also had some issues with their initial mining hardware, apparently due to it also not being the most efficient resulting in smaller profits from mining due to high maintenance costs. Then some mining farm facility issues and moving between new “Batches” of mining hashrate with different not so attractive prices and slightly better maintenance fees.
Today ZeusHash has announced that they have partnered with HalleyChina, apparently one of the big players in the industry who owns a TOP 3 mining farm in China (and you probably have not heard about them), and as a result they are offering a new Bitcoin mining contract called Halley GHS. The prices for the new contract seem much more reasonable than their previously available Batch III hashrate priced at $0.889 USD per GHS and the maintenance fee is now further down, making the new Halley GHS finally an interesting offer from ZeusHash. For orders below 1 THS you can purchase at a price of $0.339 USD per GHS (around 0.00155 BTC per GHS with the current exchange rate) and if you purchase 1 THS or more you can get a price of $0.299 USD per GHS or around 0.00135 BTC per GHS or prices that are among the best for cloud mining hashrate at the moment. The maintenance fee is currently set at $0.0016 USD per GHS for the Halley GHS cloud mining contracts. What we hope however is that this partnership will not end up being bad for the users like some other Chinese cloud mining partnerships ended in the last few months.