The FASTEST Way to Make Money with Bitcoin
This is an update to the bitcoin mining blog that I posted a few days ago.
First, since I posted the info, they increased the price from $150 to $220/TH (terrahash). TOLD YOU guys that if you snooze, you lose. Of course it's still profitable, but a bit less than before. And the Chinese MANUFACTURER of mining bitcoin rigs ALSO increased prices by about 100%. So now 14TH contract will cost you $3020 so instead of having your investment returned in 2 months, it'll take a bit over three months, after which your risk is eliminated and it's all profit from then on. But you don't have to buy 14TH, you can get just a 1TH contract for $220.
Below is a video interview with their business development rep.
I've researched bitcoin mining a bit more and found that the mining difficulty changes over time. Generaly it increases as the bitcoin price increases. For example in 2016 the mining difficulty increased 3 times, and the price also increased about 3 times.
So if you were mining back then, then at the end of the 12mo. mining contract you'd be getting 3 times LESS bitcoins, but those bitcoins would be worth 3 times MORE, so that would cancel out.
I.e. if you were making $1000 the first month (January), then the last (12th) month you'd be making about the same amount ($1000). HOWEVER, since the price rised 3 times from jan. to dec., then the $1000 worth of bitcoin that you earned in January, would be worth $3000 in December.
So even though you were making about $1000 worth of bitcoin each of those 12 months, you wouldn't make $12000 over that year, but something like $20-$25 thousand.
Now in 2017 things changed a bit. The mining difficulty increased 5 times (from Jan. to Dec.), so at the end of your 12-month contract you'd be getting 5 times LESS bitcoin than in january, but that amount of bitcoin would be worth 4 times MORE. Why? Because in 2017, the price of bitcoin increased 20 TIMES. (From $900 in january to $18000 today).
So if your 14TH contract for which you paid $2100 was making you a $1000 worth of bitcoin in january, then in december (now) you'd be making $4000/month. I.e. 5 times less bitcoin but at 20 times higher price = 4 times more dollars.
On top of that, just like in 2016, the $1000 worth of bitcoin that you made in January 2017 would be worth $20,000 today (december) , because of the 20 times price increase. So if you counted your BTC earnings today, your dollar earnings would be like $20k in january, $18k in feb, $16k in March.............and $4k in december.
It seems like a hell of a lot of money to make on a $2100 bitcoin mining investment, wouldn't you say? Of course 2018 might not be such a wild year for bitcoin. Or it might be even wilder. So as you can see, mining bitcoin can be quite profitable even if the price doesn't increase much. And when it increases a lot, then you can make quite a few coins. Now the only two risks that I see in this is a possibility that bitcoin price will severely drop and won't recover, which is highly unlikely in my opinion, or that the mining company would go out of business. Here's a video with their rep and the guy seems to know what he's talking about, and their company was in business for several years now and still is expanding, so I'm less worried about them running away with the money:
Here's a link to sign up with the mining company:
After signing up, in order to buy a bitcoin mining contract just click on "Buy Hashrate" and then move the slider to the amount you want. Pay with bitcoin or credit card. And here's a link to the original bitcoin mining blog I posted a few days ago. It has detailed steps for registering and buying an online mining contract:
ALSO, when using Coinbase to send HashFlare a payment, you may have a problem, since Coinbase processes transactions really slow, and HashFlare has a 2 hour window to receive payment.
So if that doesn't work, best thing would be to sign up at https://blockchain.info/wallet/#/signup and send some BTC to their wallet. The Blockchain wallet automatically adjusts bitcoin fees to match the current bitcoin network fees, so your bitcoin payments get PROCESSED and confirmed FAST, especially if you choose the PRIORITY option.
And since you can expect to make around $1000 a month from a 14TH contract which costs $2100, you recoup your investment in about TWO MONTHS. So if nothing bad happens in the first two months, then you're RISK FREE from that point on, since you got your money back, and now you just rake in the profits.
Now, like I said before, this is NOT an investment advice, just an FYI. Do your own research to decide if you put some money into it or not. Also, if in the next year the mining profitability increases 4 times like it did this year, then you could expect any new mining contracts ALSO increase in price accordingly. I mean, those miners aren't stupid. I.e. any new contract at the end of 2018 would likely cost $600/TH (terrahash), instead of the current $150/TH.
Here are some links.
This is a bitcoin mining calculator which is preset for 1TH. So if you get a 14TH contract, just change that to 14000GH/s or multiply the result by 14:
And this is more info about mining difficulty:
Here's an earnings update. I've bought a $51 contract just to test it out, which gave me a 0.34TH. First day results are here, although they're only for 22 hours since I made payment 22 hours before I found these results on my dashboard.
So my 0.34TH gave me 0.00005041 BTC payout, out of which my account was credited 0.00004314 BTC. And that's 71 cents at btc price of $16500. That'd make it $21.30 earning per month and $255 per year. So my $51 investment is ON TRACK towards earning $255/year. Probably closer to $300 since the first day was only 22 hours.
Here's a pic: