All About BTC, LTC, ETH mining as well as other alternative crypto currencies
The Bitcoin cloud mining service MiningSweden is now almost one year old now, though we have started testing and using the service back in May last year. The interesting thing about the company is that it offers two types of the so called mining shares that get you Bitcoin cloud mining hashrate – standard and VIP shares. The slightly more expensive VIP shares are supposed to provide users with extra profit based on the number of shares owned and the total profit of the company behind the project, besides the standard cloud mining hashrate that brings you mining profits. The extra payment that the VIP shares will bring their owners is supposed to be paid after the end of March when the company will close the business year and its profits will be calculated. So payments will be sent to VIP share owners in April most likely and we are going to finally see how the extra investment for VIP shares will pay out over the standard mined coins we got from the cloud mining hashrate.
Meanwhile there are still more VIP shares available (over forty thousand) from the total of 100K that were supposed to be available and sold to users, so you can buy not only standard mining shares with 20 GHS cloud mining hashrate per share for $9.69 USD at the moment, but also VIP shares in promotional multiple packs. You can currently get 1 VIP share along with 10 GHS cloud mining hashrate for $6.90 USD, pack of 10 VIP shares with 100 GHS for $68.25 USD, pack of 50 VIP shares with 500 GHS for $325 USD or 100 VIP shares with 1000 GHS for $614 USD. So far our experience using the service has been one of the most problem free and pleasant ones among all cloud mining services that we have tried, so we would recommend to check out the service if you have not done so. The only thing that we have found somewhat lacking is the lack of more regular information and updates with news, something that is somewhat of a general problem for many such services.