Hashflare is a service for cryptocurrency cloud mining, where users can buy a share of any amount of energy and get passive benefits in proportion to the leased computer power. A minimal share that can be leased costs $0.8. The Hashflare service was created in 2015 by HashCoins specialists. In 2016, the company became independent. During a short period, Hashflare has become one of the largest providers of computer power for mining Bitcoin, Litecoin, etc., and currently has its own data centers in Estonia and Iceland. The company is aimed to provide simple and convenient services both for experts and newbies. Hashflare mining tariffs are available on the official website Hashflare.io. Hashflare’s reviews are rather positive, due to the advantages of the service.
A major cloud mining service terminates Bitcoin contracts, stripping users of yearly fees.
HashFlare’s Exit and the Future of Cloud Mining
Hashflare is pleased to announce up to 42% discount off all orders of Bitcoin, Ethereum, DASH, Zcash, and Litecoin cloud mining contracts for the next week.
42% Discount off Cloud Mining Bitcoin, Ethereum, Zcash, DASH, and Litecoin with HashFlare
Hashflare joins in offering Zcash mining contracts even as caution is emphasized.
Blockchain Experts: Mine ZCash But Be Cautious
Mining company Hashflare highlights three positive trends that are going on right now in the Bitcoin world.
Cloud Miner On Trends Making Bitcoin Attractive Now: Japan, Litecoin, Dwindling Fiat
Hashflare wants to start Dash cloud mining and calls for a pre-order of the limited amount hashrate before it is finished.
Hashflare to Start Dash Cloud Mining, Calls for Hashrate Pre-order
Hashflare mining software company is reducing energy costs for Bitcoin and Ethereum mining again.
Hashflare Claims Further Reduction in Energy Cost
Mining software companies try to reduce costs of Bitcoin mining meeting the challenge brought about by the cutting in half of the block rewards.
Energy Costs Slashed for Cloud Miners To Make Up For Bitcoin Reward Halving