What is cloud mining

Let's first watch a short a video to understand what mining is:

Cloud mining allows users to form groups (pools), where their joint efforts are rewarded with greater income, compared to individual mining with their own equipment. All Bitcoin mining is done in the cloud, without any offline hassle, such as massive electricity consumption, constant connectivity or hosting issues, the need to provide cooling and space, annoying noise, other hardware maintaining issues and troubles.
Thus, everybody can earn extra revenue with little to no risk and frequent payouts.

New players in this industry are coming up everyday, so it's good to the test them for sometime before investing small or big money.

Hashie.Co is a new Bitcoin cloud mining provider with very competitive pricing of $4.51 per 10 gH/s. Volume discounts begin at orders over $250. There's no preorders or activation times. Your miner will be instantly hashing the moment you purchase it. Payouts are made daily. Currently offers a free 10 gH/s miner to each new user.

Hashprofit is offering a similar service, and it's offering for 7 days a free 200 Kh/s miner for testing the service! This is a limited time offer, join now.

Another alternative to start mining, is LeaseRig, an interesting service that allows you to rent mining rigs for a limited time period that will mine for you in your preferred pool and your preferred crypto currency for the duration of the lease. There are mining rigs available for Scrypt, SHA-256, Scrypt-Jane, Keccak (SHA-3), Scrypt-A-nFactor and DRKMix (Darkxoin mining). These rigs are provided by users and the service LeaseRig only connects you to the mining rig providers, processing payments and acts as control and monitoring panel. Everything seems very quick and easy to start using the service if you want to rent mining rigs and there are already quite a few available. You could actually be also interested in becoming one of the mining rig providers and earn some cash for leasing your mining rig equipment, because this actually seems more profitable than to be renting rigs.

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