Bitcoin Press Release:Hashflare announces new, lower prices for Scrypt contracts including Litecoin with $4.20 per 1 MH/s. On top of the already low prices, HashFlare customers can receive a 5% discount off the price of their first cloud mining contract purchased using discount code HF18WQOD22J5 until March 6th.
February 27th, 2018 Tallin, Estonia – Starting from 13th of February, miners can purchase Scrypt contracts for $4.20 per 1 MH/s on Hashflare, as the latest trends in crypto market allowed them to decrease the price 40%.
HashFlare is also pleased to announce a special offer by giving a 5% discount on SHA-256, SCRYPT, ETH and EQUIHASH contracts. Discounts can be activated simply by using promo code HF18WQOD22J5 until March 6th. The special code can only be used once per account, and there are only 900 uses available total.
HashFlare has been operating for over three years, offering SHA 256, Ethereum, Scrypt, and ZCASH cloud mining contracts. Some of the additional features provided by the platform include proof of hash rate, mining pool selection, and instant payouts. These features allow customers to not only monitor the subscribed hash rate live, but also choose the most profitable mining pool to put their hashing power to work.
More information about the company is available in a HashFlarereview on a popular cloud mining review site.
The cloud mining contracts on the platform are available to everyone across the world, offering an opportunity for customers to be part of one of the vital operations in the network.
To sign up for a free account, get a discount and learn more about one-year SHA-256 and Scrypt contracts, as well as Zcash, and Ethereum cloud mining contracts with NO maintenance fees, which represents the best value on the market, please go to: https://hashflare.io
HashFlare is the source of this content. Virtual currency is not legal tender, is not backed by the government, and accounts and value balances are not subject to consumer protections. This press release is for informational purposes only. The information does not constitute investment advice or an offer to invest.
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