Zenminer Cloud Mining Disabled - Indefinitely Put On Hold

Zenminer Cloud Mining Disabled - Indefinitely Put On Hold

GAW & Zenminer Cloud mining operations have been 'indefinitely put on hold' [sic]. That is the message that greets the Zenminer cloud users while logging into their portal. Zenminer cloud informs the logged in users that this is a move to protect the user's value and to reduce risk. The reasons given are these two, as shown in the image on the right: Continued mining places customer's value at risk. Customers mining efforts at risk. Thanks to all of the factors mentioned below: Bitcoin Roller Coaster Price fluctuations. Unstable Market Conditions. Diminishing Bitcoin Value. Unbalanced Cost....


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