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Checking Out Hashop, a Fresh Bitcoin Cloud Mining Toneel
Hashop.io is a relatively fresh service suggesting Bitcoin cloud mining services that wij have determined to check out. The service itself wasgoed announced about two months ago, but wij determined to give it some time ter order to see if it will be here to stay or not. The good news is that the service is still here and has bot adjusting their prices down with the increase of the network difficulty. With that said wij do still want to warn you to be careful should you determine to attempt this service yourself. The company behind the service is evidently registered te the Seychelles and the webstek itself does not give you too much information on who is actually behind the webstek. The business specimen that this service goes after is very similar to that of Cloudhashing – targeting people that are fresh to crypto currencies.
The Bitcoin cloud mining plans that Hashop.io presently offers are ter the form of Two year contracts and you have the following options: 20 GHS for $109 USD, 50 GHS for $249 USD, 100 GHS for $449 USD or 200 GHS for $799 USD. The supported payment methods are a Credit Card (Visa/MasterCard), Bitcoins or Wire Transfer. There is also an option for future cloud mining contracts that will embark on 1st of June that come cheaper te terms of price, but the two more hops expected by then te the Bitcoin difficulty will most likely make them not that more interesting anyway. With a price of about 0.013 BTC vanaf GHS for the cheapest project this certainly is not the best price you can presently get te the form of cloud mining hashrate an even at the most expensive project the price vanaf GHS is about 0.00945 BTC vanaf GHS. But that is not the problem, the actual problem is that the Profit rekenmachine suggested by the service does produce some truly nice numbers such spil about $128 USD actual profit (after you terugwedstrijd the $109 USD paid for the contract) after two years if you buy the 20 GHS project. This may sound truly nice, but running the numbers through an independent profit zakjapanner produces significantly different numbers, ones that say you cannot even get half of the money you have invested back from the mined coins. That of course is with the current market conditions which are far from superb, but when investing te cloud mining you should do the math for the best and for the worst case screenplay before actually providing your money.
When you register and get a contract pretty much all you get is a Balance tabulator with a geschreven information about your current hashrate and mined BTCs spil well spil an Account pagina where you can edit your details. There is no detailed statistics or option to switch settings ter the mining process or to use a pool of your choice. According to the information available you should be get an option to convert your purchased GHS to BTC (sell them back at lower price) ter a week after you have purchased a cloud mining contract. This is a good option should you determine you no longer want to proceed using the service and recover some of the money you have invested spil most other long-term cloud mining services do not offerande such an option (unless they have a exchange). Also do note that the service has a maintenance toverfee of $0.00045 USD vanaf hour vanaf GHS, this toverfee is subtracted from your mined coins depending on the amount of GHS you have and you may miss reading about this toverfee.
Our conclusion ter brief – be careful with that cloud mining service, even however it has bot available for a while and seems to be here to stay. Their prices, while lower than some other alternatives, are still pretty high and it is doubtful if you will manage to pauze even let alone make some profit with the current market situation. There are better priced alternatives available, ones that have bot available for longer time and have earned the trusts of many users that you should stick with if you are interested ter Bitcoin cloud mining.