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cloud mining facility (#46)

you can add feature which provide the platform for cloud mining so that the pool will become the crypto exchange and the people will have an opportunity to start mining specially for those who are new to bitcoin. The time of contract may varry and there will be no middle man so both pool owner and the miner will get the profit with small amount of investment.

— sajalsaraswat, 11 December 2014, 19:12

Comments & Updates

  • how do I buy hashrate
    — abideen, 12 March 2018, 15:03
  • Proposal merged with #935
    07 February 2018, 19:02
  • Proposal merged with #934
    07 February 2018, 16:02
  • Proposal merged with #925
    07 February 2018, 16:02
  • I like the idea
    — odicahyo, 01 October 2017, 05:10
  • Lets make it happen
    — myburt, 16 July 2017, 20:07
  • That would be good
    — magodoamor, 30 June 2017, 10:06
  • That would be good
    — Andrapalmer86, 18 June 2016, 04:06
  • That would be good
    — Andrapalmer86, 18 June 2016, 04:06
  • this i think is a great idea
    — ClassicToxin, 13 March 2016, 14:03
  • I myself would maintain your miners for you for just 2 % fee and would not charge any fee for electric. That would make mining at slush's pool 4% but you would not have an electric bill. But that would make a person have to ship me their device. I am trained in setting up of most of all asic devices. I have been an honest miner for going on three years in this pool. I am not out to rip anyone off. I just believe in Bitcoin. And would be willing to help others with my free electric. But I ask for free for keeping miners stable. If I had alot of miners to take care of. I will need some pay for it. But 2% isn't much if you have alot of hash power. Look how much you could save in electric.
    — bwstacker1, 16 October 2015, 22:10
  • i support this to
    — bwstacker1, 16 October 2015, 22:10
  • I have been looking for a syndicate type of investiture to find local physical space and acquire higher-rate equipment I can manage to be serious about mining. My specific problem is the space at home (and work office obviously is not optional). I am interested in serious proposals for longer-term investment and deal only with like-minded and fair folks.
    — kampf_88, 04 September 2015, 21:09
  • If anyone is still interested in this and has some space to store miners, please contact me at dorkrepublic@gmail.com I saw that hashminebtc has some space, if you are still here please contact me.
    — cmcoleco, 12 August 2015, 00:08
  • This would be great! I have such a low hash rate
    — sskittylove, 10 March 2015, 18:03
  • I would support this
    — Scyntech, 04 February 2015, 06:02
  • i totally agree with you hashminebtc but there are some people how are not getting hardware like me and there only hope is this cloud mining so that they can collect some btc and purchase one hardware with them.
    — sajalsaraswat, 04 January 2015, 04:01
  • I would be willing to host & maintain any mining equipment as I live in an area where electricity costs are significantly cheaper than 90% of miners that I know, it's actually almost free and I have just over 1,200 square feet of space remaining [an entire floor] that is climate controlled and dedicated to running mining equipment at a low temperature to ensure that each device is well below normal operating temperatures, which would allow overclocking. I don't like ANY cloud miner's actual payout rates or terms of service. They all indicate that they have the right to terminate your service before the contract is up and not have to make any additional payouts for any reason that they see fit. I woulld ask for a fee eitber one time up front for 12 months, or month-to-month based on the current price & difficulty as I would be incurring some costs for power and maintaining the units. This would actually be a win win for anyone who is currently mining with hardware that is less than 500 - 100GHs as would be able to make a small profit since my electricity rates are so low and could host on monthly-basis and have a set percentage as a fee instead of payng the rediculous prices of cloud mining which only lose value each month especially considering the current value ol BTC.
    — hashminebtc, 22 December 2014, 05:12
  • Proposal state changed: Draft Approved
    11 December 2014, 19:12

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