Are you interested in mining Bitcoin and other crypto coins but aren’t ready to spend your hard earned cash? Have you been thinking about getting into cloud mining but have no idea where to begin? Have you signed up to a bunch of so-called cloud mining websites in the past just to find out they were scams that didn’t even have any real mining equipment, and who ran off with your money? Brothers and Sisters, I feel your pain. I have been suckered in by some of those myself, and lost coins, but there is some relief at hand. In this post I will introduce to you a cloud mining platform that actually does have it’s own real crypto miners running 24/7. Its name is Eobot. I am a big fan, and here’s why…
When I first learned about Eobot a few months ago I had already had my fingers burned by a number of scam cloud mining sites. The kind that had glossy looking web pages with speed dials and all types of shiny crap that made them look amazing. Complete scams. However, when I found Eobot, I was surprised to see it has a relatively basic looking main page. It has micro wallets for a wide range of coins, and a pretty clean look. I have highlighted a few of the important areas of the site in the next picture…
Nevertheless, I had already lost money from fake cloud mining, so I was very skeptical. However, the site does have a coin faucet that lets you claim a tiny piece of coins once every 24 hours, and I do love faucets. Everyone loves faucets, right?
So I signed up for an account. It was very quick and easy to do. You just sign up with your email account and away you go.
Once I had my account opened I logged in and started making my daily faucet claims. I had it set on DOGE, because that is a coin that is not only dear to my heart but it is a real cheap coin, and I love cheap things, especially when I can’t afford the biggies such as bitcoin and ethereum.
I kept claiming for a few days until I had about 10 or so DOGE in my account, I was really digging it. I hadn’t put in a cent of my own money, and already had some coins in the wallet. Nice.
It was at that point that I realised I could actually exchange the DOGE coins for a little bit of hash power. Hash power is the stuff that actually does the mining. So I exchanged my DOGE for a little bit of hash power and now I was doing some real cloud mining for bitcoins or whatever coins I wanted to mine, and it still hadn’t cost me a cent. The link to the exchange is about halfway down the main page. I have highlighted it in the next picture…
At this point I was starting to freak out a bit, in a good way. What if I kept claiming from the faucet each day and using those coins to buy more hash power? It sounded like a decent plan, so I kept it up for another week or so. Built up more DOGE from the faucet each day, and then exchanged them for hash power. This was crazy! Fun as heck, and crazy!
So things were all good. I had found a way to earn coins from the daily faucet, and how to exchange them for mining juice. I loved it. But then I discovered something even more amazing. Now please keep in mind that I am a bit of a slow learner and fall into old routines a lot, so I don’t always discover every possibility right off the bat.
Anyway, one day as I was doing my faucet thing and fiddling around with settings on the site, I realised I had missed a crucial feature that changed my whole strategy. When you look at your Eobot main page, at the top left hand side of the page, just about the micro wallets, there is a dropdown box where you select which type of coin you want to allocate your hash power onto. All good, I had already been using that to switch my hash power from DOGE to bitcoin and a few others, no drama.
What I hadn’t realised up until that point in time, was that you can actually set your hash power to mine for more hashpower! It is a very slow process and only adds fractions of extra hash power in a 24 hour period, but it is still free, and like many of the little freebies available in the crypto world, those free little bits do add up over time.
Even better, I found that when you have your hash power mining for more hash power, the FAUCET then pays out in little bits of hash power as well. This was getting real good!
Now, I’m a person who does not have a lot of money, and the money I do have, I tend to spend very frugally. I wasn’t prepared to dump any money into my Eobot account, but I did want to get as much of their hash power mining cheap coins for me, so I came up with another plan. You may know about Minergate, a piece of software that allows you to mine coins on your own pc then withdraw to your own wallet. I like it and use it quite a lot. The only problem with it was that my computer was too slow to mine any of the big coins. However, it could mine about 100 Bytecoins in a day. (Bytecoins, not Bitcoins – big difference). Bytecoins are worth around the same value as DOGE – pretty cheap. But you can withdraw Bytecoins from Minergate once you have 100 of them. (If you need a link to Minergate here is my referral link) The next picture shows the Minergate website above and the actual mining software running on my pc below. Note that I am mining Monero with it as I’m writing this post 🙂 Monero is the shizzzz LOL but takes weeks to mine even one coin on my pc, which is why I usually mine Bytecoins.
My new plan was to mine Bytecoins on my pc for a day, then withdraw them from Minergate and send them directly into my Eobot account. That way, I could exchange them into more hash power, cranking up my cloud mining speed a lot faster than ever before. I have kept this up on a regular basis and now I have considerably more hash power than I did before. The key to it is to make sure you claim from the faucet every day while having your hash power set to “GHS 4.0” – that is the hash power code on the Eobot site.
I have since put about $20 of real bitcoin in order to buy more hashpower, and it seems to have been a good investment. When you buy hash power on Eobot, it is a 5 year contract, and who knows what the coins you mine might be worth in 5 years time. Damn, even DOGE might hit 10cents a coin someday, right?
These days I have it set on “Diversify”, which means it will mine any selection of coins you nominate, one at a time for ten minutes each, then switch to another coin in your selection and mine that for ten minutes. I like to have mine alternating between DOGE and hash power, so it’s always building up more speed but is also growing my coins. The withdrawal threshold is low too. You only need 100 DOGE or Bytecoins to be able to withdraw them, but I generally just leave them in there and exchange for more hash power, although I could be withdrawing them at least a couple of times a week. I just want to let it keep building power and keep claiming from the faucet. I know of a few Youtubers who are taking regular withdrawals from Eobot without any problem. It is not a high paying site but has been around quite a while and always seems to be online.
So there you have it – Eobot in a nutshell. There are a lot more features that I haven’t covered in this post but I’m sure you will work them out a lot faster than I did, I can only share my experience. What I will say is that you don’t need to put any of your own money into it to get started – you can just claim from the faucet for a few weeks and start exchanging those free coins for hash power, then steadily grow it over time. Daily perseverance is the key to these freebies in the crypto world, and Eobot is a fine example. I love it and I’m pretty sure you will too.
Click here to visit Eobot and get your own cloud mining account that earns free daily coins. It won’t earn as much as Genesis Mining or some of the other professional mining sites, but it is very cheap or even free to get started and has a lot of potential if you are on a tight budget or no budget at all. Highly recommended by me, Crypto Cracker.