Hashflare Offers 10% Discount on Dash Cloud Mining Contracts
Cloud mining service provider Hashflare has announced at 10 percent discount on Dash contracts. The discount started on October 7 and will last until October 15.
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Hashflare Offers 10% Discount Code for Dash Mining
Customers can take advantage of this discount by using discount code HF16SMILE10 at checkout when purchasing a one-year Dash cloud mining contract.
According to Hashflare, the company has “the best value Dash, ETH, BTC and LTC cloud mining to be found,” offering lifetime Scrypt and bitcoin cloud mining contracts, and one year contracts for ETH and Dash.
Founded in 2013 by parent company HashCoins, Hashflare boasts an “ultimate” cloud mining experience for people looking to mine the currencies supported by the platform. With a variety of tools on the user dashboard, including live hashrate monitoring, the company says that they are “running a real cloud mining operation,” where people can “find the most profitable mining pool for their hashing power.
Earlier this year, the company became one of the first cloud mining service providers to offer Ethereum mining contracts following the big ETH price rally.
In its announcement, the company said its ETH contracts were the cheapest on the market, allowing customers to purchase one-year contracts for what they called “the best value” with no maintenance fees.
“Our goal is to make mining accessible to all users regardless of age, location,m investment, technical nouse or experience,” the company says on its website. “We want to give our customers an opportunity to try out cryptocurrency mining and earn Bitcoin as a reward.”
At press time, the Dash price sits at $11.64 USD, as reported by CoinMarketCap.
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