Aurora Mine

  • May 26th, 2018
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Aurora Mine Cloudmining

Review Aurora Mining

We know probably Genisis and similar cloudmining offers, usually with longterm contracts. How is that with Aurora mining? Aurora mining is a relatively newcomer and there are not many reviews yet. Let's dive into it a bit and see what it offers.

Interesting part is that you don't have to invest anything if you don't want. You get 100 GH/s for free. That means that Aurora mining's hardware mines Bitcoin with a 100 GigaHash per second. When I want to buy 100 GH/s right now, I have to pay approximately $1.50. So that is what they gave me when I signed up. I signed up 4 October 2010 and didn't invest yet, and didn't invite anyone to join (refer). This is what my dashboard says at the moment:

Dashboard in Auroramining

Part of the Dashboard in Aurora Mining

It is now October 21 and that $1.50 is now $2.41. Ofcourse everything is fluctuating and hard to give exact numbers. Interesting thing is that the daily-, weekly and monthly-earnings increase. Below an example:

10 percent per day

10 percent per day on the last balance. Iteration.

The above picture only presents the idea of iteration; 10% on the previous balance. (not the initial investment). You see here on day three, the balance is not USD 1.20 but USB 1.21. My montly income is now USD 4.30 and only goes up. (No referals yet). This is reason enough to sign up. What I am going to do is get some referrals and put some Bitcoin in my wallet. At the moment my Bitcoins are in an exchange, not realy doing anything else than the price of Bitcoin is going up. Why not giving it the extra?

As I said, there are not many reviews yet, and Aurora mining is relatively new. If you want to comment on this, you're welcome. You can also use your Wordpress-, Twitter-, Facebook-, of Google+ account for that.

Update on the comments

In a comment below that the website is closed and withdrawals are not possible, seems to be false alarm. Right after the comment I tried to withdraw but it seems that with the freebie you can't withdraw. For that you to have some amount invested. (I remember it's a low amount that showed up in a pop-up quickly). After some research I can confirm that the website is open and that you can withdraw. Here some screenshots:

Withdrawal from Aurora Mine per 21 October 2017

withdrawal from Aurora Mine per 21 October 2017

And here the wallet where it is received:

Received from Aurora Mine

Received from Aurora Mine

User friendly interface?

6

Documentation ?

6

Free from adds?

10

Earning without investment ?

9

Will you get rich ?

7.4

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  1. Giorkos left a comment on October 21, 2017 at 4:42 pm

    lol how stupid you are. the website is closed – no more withdrawls.

    • Hasher_Admin left a comment on October 21, 2017 at 5:14 pm

      Hi Giorkos. Thanks for your reply and I will investigate this. Once confirmed I will change the info in the blog post. It will take a day or so.

      Update: I updated this post that there was false alarm. Website is fully functional and withdrawals are working.

    • Hasher_Admin left a comment on October 23, 2017 at 4:45 pm

      It seems you were right. Small amout were still withdrawable per 21 October as you see in the update of the post. Now the website is down, we read elsewhere that bigger amount were not withdrawable.

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