CoinTerra Enters Cloud Mining Realm: Now Offering Mining Contracts

CoinTerra Enters Cloud Mining Realm: Now Offering Mining Contracts

Austin, Texas-based CoinTerra has announced on Monday mining contracts, in a move that will see the popular mining hardware producer enter the cloud mining realm. The company, who says they've delivered over 10 petahash of bitcoin mining hardware to customers (which powers 15 percent of the bitcoin network), announced plans ranging from 200 GH/s to above 1 PH/s. The company says they're able to offer these plans below industry averages. "Many prospective Bitcoin miners don't have the space or power requirements to operate their own Bitcoin mining hardware, especially at scale. In addition,....


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