XScrypt Cloud Mining Provider Shows True Ponzi Colors?

XScrypt Cloud Mining Provider Shows True Ponzi Colors?

Cloud mining service providers have been facing hard times ever since the Bitcoin price dropped below $320. Whereas major Bitcoin cloud mining service providers had to shut down operations for an undisclosed amount of time, new companies started appearing all over the internet. XScrypt is one of those cloud mining companies, but it looks like the “company” has gone bust after multiple issues with payouts. Running a cloud mining company is not as easy as it may sound. Not only does a cloud mining operator need access to mining hardware — either self-hosted or remote — but there are tons of....


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