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It seems that with the waking up of the crypto market after the long “crypto winter” the companies that survived are getting back on track and so is Genesis Mining. After recently starting with new DASH (X11) Cloud Mining Offers, they are now also opening up new contracts for Bitcoin (BTC) cloud mining as well. Now, cloud mining can be a tricky and risky business and over the years we’ve had a fair share of bad luck and bad decisions, so you should always be extra careful and do your math and set reasonable expectations. Genesis Mining is one of the largest could mining companies that we have worked with for a long time and unlike most others it managed to survive and adapt to the market changes over the years.

The company is currently offering two plans for Bitcoun could mining: Bitcoin Radiant Classic and Bitcoin Radiant Zero. The Classic one is with 1 year (12 Months) of guaranteed runtime even in cases where your daily mining reward falls below the Maintenance Fees and a fixed maintenance fee is deducted from all 1 year contracts for their full runtime with the current maintenance fees set at $0.099 USD per TH/s per day. The Zero plan is also with 1 year (12 Months) of guaranteed runtime, however there is no Maintenance Fee involved, you pay for everything upfront and thus the price is higher.

The Radiant Classic Gold plan is available for $65.99 for 2.5 THS, Radiant Classic Platinum offers 25 THS for $629.99 USD and the Radiant Classic Diamond plan is for 200 THS at a price of $4799 USD. The Radiant Zero Gold plan is for 1.5 THS at $94.99 USD, the Radiant Zero Platinum plan is for 20 THS at $1259.99 USD and the Radiant Zero Diamond plan i for 75 THS at $4724.99 USD. There is also an option for custom plan with different hashrate for each of the two variants for Bitcoin (SHA-256) cloud mining that the company offers. You can also use our special discount code CryptoMiningBlog5 to get some extra discount and get even better price should you decide to give their services a try.

Fore more details about the current Bitcoin (SHA256) Cloud mining offers from Genesis Mining…

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Hashflare is the second cloud mining service provider to start offering Ethereum. After a long period of pre-orders being accepted this Monday (March 21st) the first batch of Ethereum cloud mining hashrate went online and now the company is now taking pre-orders for the second batch that is expected to start mining sometime between April 4th and 11th, so if you purchase now you will have to wait some time before you start earning anything. Unlike the SHA-256 and SCrypt cloud mining hashrate that the service offers where it pays in Bitcoin only, with Ethereum cloud mining you are getting payments in Ethereum coins

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The minimum you can purchase is 100 KHS with a regular price of $4.25 USD per 100 KHS or $42.50 USD for 1 MHS hashrate. The mining contracts are with 1 year duration and everything is included in the price of the hashrate, so there are no extra fees that you need to pay. It is not very clear however what will happen if Ethereum switches to POS phase before the end of your 1 year contract. There is a promotional code available that can help you get 25% discount from the regular price for purchases of 10 MHS or more, just enter the following discount code when checking out HF16ETHASH25M. If you don’t want to pre-order cloud mining hashrate and wait for the mining to start, then you can always go to Genesis Mining that has been offering users ETH hashrate for quite some time and after you purchase it will start mining for you right now.

To check out the new HashFlare Ethereum (ETH) cloud mining hashrate available for pre-order…

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The cloud mining service provider Hashflare has officially announced their plans to start offering Ethereum cloud mining hashrate with pre-orders already active and mining expected to start on March 21st. The contracts are with 1 year term with everything included in the price of the hashrate, so no extra expenses for the user. The price is set at $4.25 USD per 100 KHS (0.1 MHS) or with other words $42.25 USD per Megahash worth of Ethereum mining hashrate. There is currently a promotional offer for pre-orders that will allow you to purchase hashrate at a discounted price of $3.74 USD per 100 KHS or $37.4 USD per MHS (12% discount for the pre-orders) if you use the following promotional code when checking out HF16ETHER12.

The service is already offering Bitcoin and Litecoin cloud mining hashrate contracts, though both are being paid to users in BTC. Their new Ethereum cloud mining offer is apparently based on what Genesis Mining is already offering, though Hashflare apparently wants to attract customers with a lower price. The problem is that they have announced their plans about 1 month prior to actually starting to mine Ethereum and for that 1 month a lot can change – much higher mining difficulty or significant drop in price etc. that makes this investment riskier. There is also no information what will happen with the purchased hashrate in case Ethereum switches to PoS before the end of the 1 year term of the contract. So be careful when weighting in the pros and cons of this offer.

To check out the new HashFlare Ethereum (ETH) cloud mining hashrate available for pre-order…


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