If you have ever tried to mine cryptocurrencies you probably know by now that – it’s really not accessible to everyone, takes a lot of effort to get everything right and it’s really not that effective/profitable most of the times.
[Note: This is a press release.]
There’s a lot of reasons for this and not a lot of alternatives on the market that solve any of these problems.
CryptoSoft came up with a solution for this problem – we created a complete mining ecosystem, easy to use and interact with and more profitable than regular mining.
If you’re a miner and looking to make revenue exclusively from mining – we definitely got you covered: our miner is dumb-proof, and our platform is insanely minimalistic and once you follow the simple steps you are set-up to make revenue.
If you don’t have/don’t want to “hardware-mine” we implemented a concept called StakeMining. In short, you are able to predict if a certain currency (for now only Ethereum) will increase or decrease in a specific time interval. It’s more profitable than investing in the respective coins, it’s faster and it’s really time-effective compared to actually buying and selling the actual coins.
Here’s a link to our Crowdsale page https://cryptosoft.org/
And here’s a link to our platform that’s already functional and users are already mining on it: https://cryptosoft.org/
Sign up for an account and give it a try.
Initially, we launched the project with an ICO. After the successful end of the coin offering we started working on the platform and miners and right now we’re in early beta stages of the concepts.
What’s left to implement are the StakeBidding platform and the Exchange section, both of them will be released shortly after the Crowdsale50 ends.
If you’re looking to invest in an already working project or be a part of a great ICO, we’re going live on 1 November and you have the chance to be a part of our concept.
Don’t miss the opportunity https://cryptosoft.org/
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