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The Bitcoin Cloud Hashing service CEX.IO is currently down for an hour for a scheduled maintenance (3PM-4PM GMT). This downtime includes only the CEX cloud mining services that should be restored and the miners with cloud hashrate should be compensated with brief higher hashrate than they actually have purchased as the CEX does normally when there is downtime. The maintenance mode should continue for an hour and after that everything should be back to normal. The Ghash.io mining pool is fully operational and you can use it with dedicated miners if you have any during the maintenance period.
Update: Everything is back to normal now and you should’ve received slight boost for a bit in your hashrate to be compensated for the downtime.
The Bitcoin Cloud Hashing service CEX.IO is currently down for an hour for maintenance. This downtime includes only the CEX front-end and the uk1.ghash.io pool, the us1.ghash.io pool and the ghash.io pool frontend are working just fine (you can switch to the US pool). The maintenance mode should continue for an hour and after that everything should be back to normal. During the downtime your cloud mining hashrate should continue mining for you and it should already be about double than normal in order to compensate you for the yesterday’s downtime.
Update: The services are fully restored now and everything should be back to normal.
The Bitcoin Cloud Hashing service CEX.IO is currently experiencing some technical issues, but the support team says it should be shortly back up and all the time lost during the downtime will be compensated to the miners that have purchased GHS, so do not worry. As soon as the service is back and operational your hashrate should be temporary much higher than normal until you are compensated for the downtime and then the hashrate should return back to its normal value.
Update: It seems that things are starting to get back to normal, the ghash.io cloud mining workers are starting to get back on and you should see your hashrate getting restored back to normal…