Altcoin Mining Contracts

GAW Miners (Defunct) – These guys started out manufacturing ASIC Scrypt mining equipment that was shipped to your door. They’ve now added mining contracts (called “Hashlets”) to their inventory which allows anyone to get aboard the Bitcoin wagon. Hashlets start at $15.95 for Scrypt miners, and $9.95 for Bitcoin miners. A daily maintenance fee of US$0.08 per 1 Mh/s is levied. Contracts are for life.

Genesis Mining – Only offer mining contracts but there are contracts for Bitcoin, Ethereum and Monero mining. Prices start at $30 for Bitcoin and Ethereum mining and $50 for Monero mining. Daily maintenance fee is charged on Bitcoin contracts. Bitcoin contracts last until fees overtake earnings. Ethereum and Monero contracts are for 2 years.

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ZoomHash – Another company that’s been selling Scrypt miner hardware.

Mining Equipment Suppliers

There’s a Bitcoin Miner Hardware Comparison chart here that should help is you’re looking to t’s outdated now).

BitMain – manufactures Bitcoin and Litecoin miners.

GAW Miners (defunct) – These guys manufacture ASIC Scrypt miners (boxes that you plug into your wall). Prices range from $35 to $3,500 depending on the power of the miner.

ZoomHash – Still supply ASIC mining equipment, both for Bitcoin and Scrypt coins (like Litecoin, etc).

RockMiner (Defunct) – Hard to tell but I think this company only sells Bitcoin miners. Payment is in Bitcoin only.

Amazon.com – Amazon USA have a selection of Bitcoin and Altcoin mining equipment.

Bitcoin & Altcoin Affiliate Programs

GAW Miners Affiliate Program (Defunct) – GAW are one of the most respected suppliers of Bitcoin and Altcoin mining equipment and have recently opened affordable online mining contracts.

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