Genesis Mining is Back With Bitcoin Cloud Mining Offers

19 Jun

One of the world’s largest crypto cloud mining provider is offering Bitcoin cloud mining contracts again after a few months without the option to buy BTC cloud mining contracts. The new contracts do not seem to be that attractive price wise, even though they are for 5 years duration and will not get cancelled even if they become unable to pay for the maintanance fees for the duration of the contract. The most interesting thing here according to the company is the reduction of the maintenance fee to as low as $0.14 USD per THS per day for all new mining capacities as well as the ability to also mine natively Bitcoin Cash (BCH) with any purchased hashrate. You can easily check if this is a good deal or not for you if you run the numbers in a mining calculator. Unfortunately at the moment no other type of cloud mining hashrate is being offered such as DASH, Ethereum, Litecoin, Monero or Zcash. Do note however that current cloud mining offers are temporarily not available for US customers due.

If you are interested in checking out the current Bitcoin cloud mining offers of Genesis Mining…

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5 Responses to Genesis Mining is Back With Bitcoin Cloud Mining Offers


June 19th, 2018 at 17:02

thanks for information!


June 19th, 2018 at 20:59

= waste of $$$


June 19th, 2018 at 22:51

yes =)


June 20th, 2018 at 11:38

Don’t touch this stuff with a bargepole .. CMB very disappointing you are shilling these guys


June 22nd, 2018 at 03:46

I agree. They have a long record of nothing but lies, excuses, and thieves. My personal experience. They screwed me back before BTC became BIG and they are still up to their old games.

There is a reason that they only allow you 240 words or so in their ‘support’ area when creating a ticket. All you ever get back from them (if they respond at all) is canned messages and lies.

Marco Streng may be very wealthy these days but he got that way from screwing folks out of every dime that he could. All will catch up to him and his group eventually. It always does.

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