As crypto mining becomes increasingly difficult to do, cloud mining service providers are giving regular investors an opportunity to earn from it without having to face the hassles and hurdles. Investors in cloud mining only have to pay for mining contracts while the company does the actual mining and pays them their profits at specific intervals.
Nhash is one of the top providers of this service in the industry today and also one of the highest paying and trusted cloud mining sites. It has adopted a mining technology that removes the need for pool fees, thus reducing cost and no maintenance fees for investors.
Services include Ethereum cloud mining, Bitcoin cloud mining and Bitcoin cloud mining, which make it possible for customers to earn passive income in crypto.
As part of its plans to reward users, the company recently launched a 2% referral commission for its customers that refer new users to the platform. Henceforth, customers can use their referral links to invite new users and earn based on their investment.
Nhash’s investment is designed to accommodate all kinds of investors from new and small investors to those who have more to invest. Investors can start with as little as $5 and continue to roll over their investments to higher amounts or they can start with the higher amounts right away. The maximum amount of investment is $12,000.
Sign up and start earning
Earning with Nhash is as easy as registering and selecting a suitable investment plan. After the simple registration with an email address and password, investors can pay for their mining contract of choice using either BTC, ETH or LTC depending on the plan, and start earning in 24 hours as payments are made daily.
The company also gives a $5 bonus to new users upon signing up. This is in addition to a $30 coupon which they also get when they register on the platform. Contracts include daily, weekly, bi-weekly, monthly and even 3-monthly that investors can choose from and start earning passive income online.
Carolyn Coley is a blockchain reporter. She joined Smartereum after graduating from UC Berkeley in 2018.