Eco Mining is all set to provide Bitcoin mining rental services to the traders who want to save time and are not aware of the technical aspects. The Company is providing a more hash rate with less energy consumption.
Doral, Nov 7, 2020 (Issuewire.com) - Eco Mining, a Florida-based Bitcoin mining rental service provider is working on mining since 2015 end. The business is entirely built on the 'crypto-financial' infrastructure and supports mining to increase cryptocurrency security for the traders.
The traders can believe in Eco Mining's team, as they have advanced cooling and power infrastructure with 24x7 on-site security to keep the equipment safe. The traders get access to individual miners, mining pools, and monitoring the miner's performance.
According to Mark Steward, General Director Eco Mining, "We have an experienced miner's team to render Bitcoin cloud mining rental services by using powerful and modern equipment. Our devices consist of ASIC microchips to be used for Bitcoin mining calculations. You can rent a miner, as we provide GPU services (4U and open rigs) miners and Antminers. We also have a provision to let the traders place their mining containers at our colocation. After approval, you can even access your mining containers but under the supervision of our technicians only."
At Eco Mining, the users get affordable mining hosting packages available under 12 months and 5-years contracts. This is for hiring the hash power from Eco Mining. The traders can opt for these hosting packages according to their Bitcoin mining requirements. However, traders looking forward to long-term investments and maximum optimization must go for a 5-years contract.
About Eco Mining
Eco Mining is into Bitcoin mining and developing crypto-financial infrastructure since 2015. They have imported miners with quality material, and they make use of green electricity. The real-time metering and monitoring are their outstanding features. For more details, visit https://eco-mining.biz/
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