Digital currency cloud mining is still in a pickle, which has only gotten worse after Bitcoin prices dropped below US$220 once again yesterday evening. As a result of that, cloud mining service operators are either forced to shut down (temporarily), come up with new mining contracts, or try something entirely different. Needless to say, a lot of companies are facing scrutiny right now, as every move is being looked at from multiple angles. Cointellect, a relatively new player in the cloud mining world, is facing the biggest amount of scrutiny to date.
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