I have received a very interesting email from ZeusMiner earlier today. As you are aware, ZeusMiner is a company which creates and sells Scrypt ASIC miners. But they are also branching out into cloud mining, both for Scrypt and Bitcoin, through their ZeusHash platform.
Even though the ZeusHash platform is not officially launched yet, there will be a private beta to which I will most likely have access. This closed beta is starting on September 27th, and limited spots are still available.
In order to be eligible for participating in the ZeusHash beta test , follow these instructions :
“Check out and share our post on Facebook @Zeusminer, @Zeushash and Twitter @ZeusMiner and you’ll get a chance to be the first batch users of ZeusHash!”
But that is not all I wanted to talk to our readers about. I do find it particularly interesting how more and more of the “Scrypt Cloud Mining” companies are also offering Bitcoin Cloud Mining now. Not like that’s a bad thing, at all, because I really do like more competition as it usually leads to lower prices for the customer.
And this is the interesting part : ZeusMiner promises to be the cheapest price plan for Cloud Hashing, with maximized profits and guaranteeing the most time-efficient ROI. The ZeusMiner team is still looking into ways of bringing down their overall costs , which will lead to a higher yield of return for customers in the future.
All of the mining will take place through a dedicated ZeusHash mining pool, which is under 24/7 monitoring and support. This pool is also proof of ZeusMiner actually mining with user’s Cloud Mining contracts and not running a ponzi scheme.
All of this wouldn’t be possible without some solid partnerships of course. ZeusMiner has partnered with several companies, including RockMiner, a well-established Bitcoin ASIC mining manufacturer. An article about RockMiner will be available on this website by the end of the week by the way.
ZeusHash is able to provide no less than 10% of the total Litecoin hashing power and 5% of the total Bitcoin hashing power. Quite staggering numbers if you ask me. ZeusHash nodes span across America, Asia and Europe , which should keep the mining pool latency very low for all customers.
We will provide our readers with an update if we manage to get in for the private beta testing of ZeusHash.