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December 14, 2016, 10:00:53 AM
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As I assume most people would avoid as soon as they see "cloud", I welcome you to read this topic.

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Story:
I have recently been approved to become an authorized reseller of ViaBTC's cloud mining contract services. I don't expect to convert every one of you to join me into this pitch, neither can I change certain advocates' minds.

Terms
All terms and information are available on the official website so if you are interested, you would be going through those here:
https://www.viabtc.com/contract/s9/

Highlights
- ViaBTC is one of few pools that share transaction fees in their PPS scheme
- ViaBTC claims to pay residue value of your share upon contract termination. what number will that be? no one knows but I would personally stand positive on this.
- Power fee at CNY0.35 (yuan)
- Maintenance fee 6% (THIS INARGUABLY SUCKS) but if you count the transaction fee, it may even out a bit.

About me
I have mixed experiences with quite a few cloud mining companies in the past, some were legit and good, some were legit but sucked, some simply were shxt. I am still in cloud mining today, including ViaBTC.

Asking price: 0.20BTC/T (I am not allowed to sell lower than official rate. BUT BUT BUT, ask me for rebates after you purchase from me)

What additional plus can I offer?
- I am thinking of offering sell-back-to-me options if you do decide to exit for whatever reason after a while. I haven't ironed out the exact details yet so feel free to follow up with me.
- Like I said, I own some of these cloud mining contracts too. Even after a while your purchase may turn sour, feel free to blame me but keep in mind that I sell the same shxt to you and myself, rather than leaving you eat this shxt alone  Grin
- I accept escrow for your purchase but fee on you. Only publicly reputable and trusted members.

PM me if you are interested or leave constructive and relevant questions below if you believe they are valuable to other members.

Thanks.

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December 14, 2016, 11:45:10 AM
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Compare that with SinoHash's RMB 0.30 per kWh and 0 maintenance fee.
Conclusion:
Greedy bastards!
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December 14, 2016, 04:15:46 PM
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Eric, not everyone wants to buy a full miner and host in a colocation center. I keep tabs on the cloud mining providers, own 1 TH at most of them and ViaBTC pays out more per day than HaoBTC 150W Hash-Ex or Hashnest S9. Even though you can get a higher payout with ViaBTC you can't sell the hash like you can with the other providers. That is a downside. I also see no reason to go through a distributor when you can buy direct.

For someone wanting to invest $150 ViaBTC is fine. They only charge $0.05 for power at 100 W per TH/s with a 6% management fee on top of that. I don't consider that greedy like Genesis Mining that charges $0.35 per TH/s in fees. Total fees from ViaBTC average $0.16 per day per TH/s.

If I was to buy a miner and host it I would choose your service sinohash.com but I also would buy the most power efficient miner and that is S9. Many can not justify $1600 for an S9. Avalon 721 costs less but is much less power efficient than S9. After the halving it only makes sense to mine with the most power efficient miner you can buy.

Why don't you take some of the S9s you own and sell hosted S9 mining at 1 TH increments yourself? If you can set the fees so you are rewarded for your time and still have a daily payout higher than ViaBTC you would have a winner. ViaBTC daily payouts averaged .00067450 btc per TH/s over last seven days.

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December 16, 2016, 01:02:04 AM
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Edited: Price modified to BTC0.20/T to match official site.

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December 08, 2017, 01:33:45 AM
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Edited: Price modified to BTC0.20/T to match official site.

Do you still have TH for sale?

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