Helium Mining With iHub - A NEW Way to Mine Crypto

Getting Started Webinar @ 9PM EDT Tonight, Tuesday, September 7th – attend this free webinar to learn more about this passive income opportunity where you get a Helium Hotspot for free.

An opportunity like this doesn’t come around very often …

I only came across the Helium Network and its cryptocurrency token HNT a couple of months ago.

It provides an opportunity for ANYONE to earn some extra money, simply by plugging a device into a wall socket.

And you can get one of those devices for free, but more on that in a moment.

First, I need to explain that this is all based on building what’s called the Helium Network and earning the Helium cryptocurrency as a reward for having your device online.

So What Is The Helium Network?

It’s a global, distributed network of Hotspots that create public, long-range wireless coverage for LoRaWAN-enabled IoT devices.

Say what?

Can I have that in English please?

This short 5-minute video will give you a better understanding of what this is all about:

The Internet of Things (IoT)

Okay, first of all “IoT” is an abbreviation for “Internet of Things“.

The “things” are devices that are embedded with sensors, software, and other technologies that is used for the purpose of connecting and exchanging data with other devices and systems over the Internet.

Internet of Things

Like when your fridge contacts your grocery store to tell it to send you more milk (seriously).

What “LoRa” Means


Now, “LoRa” is a radio modulation technique that is essentially a way of manipulating radio waves to encode information.

LoRa as a term can also refer to the systems that support this modulation technique or the communication network that IoT applications use.

The main advantages of LoRa are its long-range capability and its affordability.

A typical use case for LoRa is in smart cities, where low-powered and inexpensive Internet of Things devices (typically sensors or monitors) that are spread across a large area send small packets of data sporadically to a central administrator.

What “WAN” Means

WAN is a term you might be familiar with already – it means Wide Area Network.

Putting it all together…

LoRaWAN is a low-power, wide area networking protocol built on top of the LoRa radio modulation technique.

It wirelessly connects Internet of Things devices to the internet and manages communication between end-node devices and network gateways.

Usage of LoRaWAN in industrial spaces and smart cities is growing because it is an affordable long-range, bi-directional communication protocol with very low power consumption — devices can run for ten years on a small battery.

It uses the unlicensed ISM (Industrial, Scientific, Medical) radio bands for network deployments.

So, in a nutshell, the Helium Network is a collection of devices that can talk to each other over a low-power radio network that’s internet enabled.

And that network of IoT devices is constantly growing.

What Does All This Have To Do With Crypto Mining?


The Helium blockchain is a new, open source, public blockchain created entirely to incentivize the creation of physical, decentralized wireless networks.

Today, the Helium blockchain, and its now well over 150,000 Hotspots, provide access to the largest LoRaWAN Network in the world.

And millions of Hotspots will be needed to bring the network to its full potential.

Hotspots produce and are compensated in HNT, the native cryptocurrency of the Helium blockchain.

At the time of writing, one HNT was worth $21.61 – you can check the current price here.

By deploying a simple device in your home or office, you can provide your city with miles of low-power network coverage for billions of devices and earn a new cryptocurrency, HNT.

Anyone Can Mine HNT!

Use of Hotspots is not limited to any specific country though different countries do use different frequencies on the radio spectrum, so you have to make sure to get the right type of Hotspot for where you live.

Mining HNT with Hotspots is done with a long-range (LoRa) radio technology, not expensive Mining equipment and energy-wasteful GPUs (video cards).

Own a Piece of the Network

Hotspots work together to form a NEW global wireless network and use ‘Proof-of-Coverage’ (PoC).

This verifies that Hotspots are located where they claim.

Put another way, PoC tries to verify, on an ongoing basis, that Hotspots are honestly representing their location and the wireless network coverage they are creating from that location.

Getting A Piece of The Action

A Piece of The Action

Interest in the Helium Network has exploded since the beginning of the year because the mining rewards (HNT) have been so substantial.

As more Helium Hotspots go online, the share of HNT available has to be spread out between more and more Hotspot owners, so rewards will decline with time.

At the start of August, Helium also went through a halving where the reward amount is halved from that point forward.

Where you are and how easily your Hotspot can see other Hotspots in your area will also determine the amount of rewards you receive.

In a good area, with a good setup, you could earn 1-2 HNT per day per Hotspot.

That’s about $40 per day in free money or about $1,200 per month.

Like I say, not everyone will earn that.

Some will earn more, some less.

But it’s a great return on a device you set and forget and that only uses a few Watts when running.

So it’s not going to drive up your electricity bill.

With the mad stampede from crypto enthusiasts to get a Hotspot, they’re sold out everywhere at the moment.

And while you can pre-order Hotspots from accredited manufacturers, delivery takes 3 to 6 months.

iHub is one of the newest companies to provide Hotspots and you can reserve a free unit here.

To help people better understand the Helium Network, mining HNT and making a passive income from owning and running a Hotspot, iHub have a number of upcoming Live Webinars on Zoom.

Seats are limited – 1,000 max. can attend the webinars and, as far as I know, there will be no replays.

If that changes, I’ll update this post to reflect that.

Here’s the upcoming webinar schedule (the webinars are repeated weekly):

1. Getting Started Live Webinars (45 mins)

Wednesdays @ 9PM EDT / Thursdays @ 2AM BST
(Reserve your seat at the above link to get the direct webinar link)

There are 1,000 seats in this Zoom room –
come early – doors open 8:45 PM EDT / 1:45 AM BST

2. Opportunity Overview Live Webinars (45 mins)

Tuesdays @ 9 PM EDT / Wednesdays @2AM BST
Wednesdays @ 5 PM EDT / Wednesdays @10PM BST
(Reserve your seat at the above link to get the direct webinar link)

There are 1,000 seats in this Zoom room
-come early – doors open 4:45 PM EDT / 10 PM BST

3. Deep Dive Training Live Webinars (45 mins)

Thursdays @9 PM EDT / Fridays @ 2 AM BST
(Reserve your seat at the above link to get the direct webinar link)

There are 1,000 seats in this Zoom room
-come early – doors open 8:45 PM EDT / 1:45 AM BST

The Affiliate Program

In addition to allowing members to earn HNT cryptocurrency from their free Helium Hotspots, iHub also run an affiliate program.

As I mentioned, Helium Hotspots are currently in short supply and if you were to buy one yourself, there’s a delivery time of 3 to 6 months, depending on the company you buy from.

Some companies have hit major supply problems and deliveries for orders made earlier in the year have been pushed out to November or beyond.

iHub source Hotspots from all the major manufacturers and buy in bulk.

That’s probably one reason why individual Hotspots are hard to come by, but the global computer chip shortage has no small role to play in this as well.

So, while you can reserve a free hotspot with iHub, you won’t know which model you’ll get until it arrives.

And, given their resources, you’ll likely get a Hotspot from them faster than ordering one directly yourself from a manufacturer.

Plus, you get your Hotspot for free from iHub (but you do have to cover shipping fees).

So the obvious question this brings up is: How can I make money if I don’t actually have a Hotspot?

That’s where the affiliate program comes in.

All you have to is share your affiliate link (which you’ll get as soon as you create a free iHub account) with other people.

When they sign up, they go into your network.

And, whenever they get their own Hotspot from iHub and plug it in, you’ll earn a percentage of the Helium tokens that that Hotspot generates.

The more people you refer, the more commissions you earn.

And you earn them whether or not you have a Hotspot yourself.

Here’s the breakdown of the rewards you can receive:

iHub Affiliate Program

If you want more information on how the rewards are divvied out, I recommend that you attend one of the Opportunity Overview webinars above.

If you buy a Hotspot yourself, then you earn 100% of the Helium (HNT) tokens in creates.

But that’s all you earn.

If you get a Hotspot from iHub, you’ll earn up to 25% of the Helium generated by that Hotspot plus commissions from what your referrals make from their Hotspots and then the commissions from their own referrals.

As J. Paul Getty said:


The rest of what your Hotspot produces goes to pay commissions to affiliates and to cover the costs of iHub buying the Hotspots that they then give out for free, as well as earning a percentage of the profit from your Hotspot as well.

Everybody wins.

The world is changing.

Do you really want to miss the boat again?

Reserve your free Helium Hotspot here.

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