A new smaller scale European mining operation started earlier this year, offering Scrypt (LTC) and SHA-256 (BTC) cloud mining hashrate, though currently only Bitcoin cloud mining hashrate is available. So far the service has sold 100 THS worth of Bitcoin mining hashrate and 5 GHS worth of Scrypt mining hashrate and is offering their second batch of 50 THS hashrate for mining Bitcoin. Currently on sale there are over 20 thousand Gigahashes available for and you can purchase 1 GHS at a price of 0.00150000 BTC or $0.35 USD. The cloud mining contracts are with lifetime duration with a daily fee of $0.00117 USD per GHS you own.


The payment methods supported include Bitcoin, multiple altcoins that are converted to BTC or with PayPal, so you have multiple options available. The service does seem to work well, comes with nice simple and useful interface with all the required information and features for the user. There is a graphical display with the daily dividends that you are earning from the hashrate you purchase. So you can easily track your daily earnings as well as how things are changing over time. In short GigaHash is a good option for Bitcoin cloud mining for people that do not want to invest much, but still can get into cloud mining easily and affordably.

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HashFlare is a new Bitcoin cloud mining services operated by the HashCoins ASIC miner manufacturer. The main goal of the project is to make crypto currency mining accessible to all users regardless of age, location, investment, technical knowledge or experience. The service wants to offer a good opportunity to try out crypto currency mining and earn Bitcoin as a reward with a simple and easy way to get started and providing you with a good looking and user friendly interface that offers all the needed functionality and not requiring much technical knowledge or experience like if you use physical ASIC miner hardware.


The service offers Scrypt Cloud Mining at $9.95 per 1 MHS with a daily maintenance fee of $0.01 USD per megahash. The Bitcoin cloud mining hashrate prices are $4.45 USD per 10 GHS with a daily maintenance fee of $0.01 USD per 10 GHS. There are also apparently plans to introduce Scrypt-N cloud mining in the near future, but for the moment the only useable hashrate that you can purchase from HashFlare is SHA-256 for mining Bitcoins (BTC) or Scrypt for mining Litecoins (LTC). If you want to try the HashFlare service you might want to use the following promotional code HF1504D15AA giving you 15% discount to get a head start and ensure faster ROI time.

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Bet on Twitter (Betwitter) is being described as a game of words, mass psychology and probability that allows you to win Bitcoins by betting on games directly related to tweets on Twitter. What Betwitter is doing is to count the number of tweets, tweeters, followers etc. for specific words and bet on the outcome – there are different types of games and game targets.

Types of games available:
– Statement: True or false outcome
– Selection: Multiple winning choices possible
– Estimate: Players estimate a number, coins are rearranged based on proximity
– Sorter: Players bet on the word order


Here is an example: Imagine that for example the word ‘King’ is used more often than ‘Queen’ most of the time. If you simply submit a game with these two words competing against each other, most people will bet on ‘King’ seeing the statistics and they will win. You read in the news that the queen of England is about to visit Australia in a few days and it will likely cause people to tweet about it. By having this information, you have gained advantage and you are likely to win big, because you bet on the outcome with lower odds.

To check the website Bet on Twitter and try your luck or skill in some games…