Actual Daily Profit from HashFlare and GigaHash Cloud Mining Services

4 May
2015

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Time to report the actual profit we are getting after a few days of using the two new additions to the list of cloud mining services that we are using. The first one, HashFlare powered by HashCoins mining hardware is giving higher profit, but from the logs we are seeing it could be due to some mistake with the maintenance fee calculation (could be a bug in the service) as the fees do seem to be much lower than expected. Below you can see the daily actual profit (the mined coins minus the maintenance fee) we got for 100 GHS cloud mining hashrate purchased at the service:

27.04.15 – 0.00104485 BTC
28.04.15 – 0.00102340 BTC
29.04.15 – 0.00103423 BTC
30.04.15 – 0.00103791 BTC
01.05.15 – 0.00102066 BTC
02.05.15 – 0.00105168 BTC
03.05.15 – 0.00104769 BTC

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The second cloud mining service, GigaHash apparently using Technobit miners, a smaller mining operation, has lower actual profit, but here the results seems more realistic. Do note that the actual profit you get from cloud mining services can vary depending on the BTC exchange rate as the maintenance fees usually covering electricity and such are fixed in USD, so with higher exchange rate the costs are getting smaller and the profit per GHS higher. Below you can see the daily actual profit (the mined coins minus the maintenance fee) we got for 100 GHS cloud mining hashrate purchased at the service:

30.04.15 – 0.00046600 BTC
01.05.15 – 0.00063100 BTC
02.05.15 – 0.00060000 BTC
03.05.15 – 0.00058000 BTC

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