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Company Location:
Tallinn, Estonia

Working since:
2014

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  • P2P rigs can be rented from miners
  • Free pool selection
  • High fees
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Fraud Risk Low Supported Coins Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dash, Zcash, Monero, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, Auroracoin, Gridcoin, Blackcoin, Startcoin, Dogecoin, Peercoin, Namecoin, Vertcoin, NeosCoin, Blakecoin, Vivocoin, Trezarcoin, Desire, Innova, Myriad, Quarkcoin Company Location & Working Since

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New York, USA

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2014

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Fraud Risk Medium Supported Coins Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Steem, Dogecoin, Ripple, Dash, Reddcoin, Bitshares, Curecoin, Xem, Monero, Zcash, Factom, Bytecoin, Augur, Lisk, MaidSafe, Gridcoin, GoldCoin, Golem Company Location & Working Since

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Los Angeles

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2013

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Hong Kong

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2013

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2014

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  • Virtual mining, not bitcoin mining
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Chiang Mai, Thailand

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2014

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  • Only bitcoin cloud mining is available
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2014

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  • Complex product structure is technical, not for newbies
  • Only bitcoin payment option is available
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N/A

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2014

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  • Low cloud mining price and maintenance fee
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  • Only bitcoin and litecoin is accepted as payment methods
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China

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2014

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China

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Sudbury, Canada

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London

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2015

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  • Low maintenance fee
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  • Bitcoin is not available to mine in the cloud
  • No social media presence
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Varna, Bulgaria

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2013

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  • Bring your own device program
  • Credit card payment and wire transfer is available
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  • No co-hosting option
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Seattle, US

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2014

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Best Ripple Cloud Mining

What is Ripple? While Bitcoin is reaching its all time high this year in 2017, Ripple has been playing along and creating its own thing. Ripple or XRP hasn’t been able to reach the $1.00 mark but yet it has earned a seat in one of the popular altcoins today. As of July 6, 2017, the price of one XRP is only about $0.2494 per coin. The price and the current “Ripple” it is making in the market is what makes people interested in this crypto currency.

Let us go back to the question on what is Ripple? It is a digital currency that was designed to pay for the services of an online transaction. It is the second largest market cap coin and it works as a payment system, way of exchange, remittance for FIAT currencies, crypto currencies and of course commodities. Just like Bitcoin, Ripple shares a public ledger with a consensus process.

Two Main Purposes of Ripple

First, it serves as a currency to pay for services. It is an asset that works as a foreign exchange that can be liquid enough to work with any currency. For example, if you want to convert one currency to another, you will not only go through one intermediate currency but a lot! Not to mention the fees in between those exchanges. XRP shortens that exchange process as it works directly as an exchange for all currencies. And since it is a crypto currency, you completely own the XRP that you have in your wallet. Unlike the $500.00 you have in your bank in which a bank would tell you that they owe you $500.00.

Second, the Ripple ledger has transaction limits. One of the problems with other crypto currencies is that they have not charged you anything for the transactions that you would be making? What does this make of it? Well, a free online transaction is not always “free” as there would always be a price. It may not be in monetary form but in transaction speeds.

Ripple has eliminated this and made sure that every transaction involving their coin would always have a fee of XRP. This means that after billions of transactions involving Ripple the price would skyrocket and would easily be one of the top three coin values in the world.

Price of Ripple within 90 days timeframe.

Why Mine Ripple?

Can you directly mine Ripple? The answer is No. You are unable to mine Ripple directly as this coin cannot be mined and the only people that can generate Ripple would be the company that has created it. There are only 100 Billion Ripples created on its release and each transaction would eliminate the Ripple used. And once a Ripple is used this cannot be used for your next transaction. This also means that the more people using Ripple or the more transactions used through the Ripple system would slowly eliminate its own coins and of course raise its value.

So how do you mine Ripple? Since you are unable to mine Ripple directly, you need to look into websites that can mine Bitcoin and convert your Bitcoin to XRP. This way, you are able to get your hands directly on Ripple without paying for it directly. A lot of people are actually buying XRP today due to the nature of its system and eventually the rising price it would soon be getting.

Websites that can help you get Ripple

Here are the websites that do not mine Ripple directly but have exchanges that can change your mined coins into Ripple.

  • Eobot.com
  • Nicehash.com
  • Bitminer.eu