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Mining Ethereum

No matter which package you choose, you are renting the latest technology, which guarantees profitability for as long as possible. Also, the rigs you rent consume very cheap electricity and are cooled efficiently, thanks to the optimal locations of our farms. To top this, there is no waiting for delivery and no downtime, which means you are not wasting even a second of mining.

Time is valuable, but it is more valuable on the ethereum market! See more at the Pricing section.

First of all when you decide for a contract with us you can forget about the complicated set up and maintenance of a mining rig. Secondly, you are mining online, without having loud rigs in your home that need a lot of space and intense cooling.

As the cherry on top, we have a beautiful and simple to handle user Interface, praised by all our clients and the reviews that were written about us

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The Crypto-fuel for the Ehtereum Network

Ether is a necessary element -- a fuel -- for operating the distributed application platform Ethereum. It is a form of payment made by the clients of the platform to the machines executing the requested operations. To put it another way, ether is the incentive ensuring that developers write quality applications (wasteful code costs more), and that the network remains healthy (people are compensated for their contributed resources).
If you just want to test the technology, you probably don't need real ether. Download the latest Wallet app and switch to the Test Network.

The total supply of ether and its rate of issuance was decided by the donations gathered on the 2014 presale. The results were roughly:
  • 60 million ether created to contributors of the presale
  • 12 Million (20% of the above) were created to the development fund, most of it going to early contributors and developers and the remaining to the Ethereum Foundation
  • 5 ethers are created every block (roughly 15-17 seconds) to the miner of the block
  • 2-3 ethers are sometimes sent to another miner if they were also able to find a solution but his block wasn't included (called uncle/aunt reward)

No. According to the terms agreed by all parties on the 2014 presale, issuance of ether is capped at 18 million ether per year (this number equals 25% of the initial supply). This means that while the absolute issuance is fixed, the relative inflation is decreased every year. In theory if this issuance was kept indefinitely then at some point the rate of new tokens created every year would reach the average amount lost yearly (by misuse, accidental key lost, death of holders etc) and there would reach an equilibrium.
But the rate is not expected to be kept: sometime in 2017 Ethereum will be switched from Proof of Work to a new consensus algorithm under development, called Casper that is expected to be more efficient and require less mining subsidy. The exact method of issuance and which function it will serve is an area of active research, but what can be guaranteed now is that (1) the current maximum is considered a ceiling and the new issuance under casper will not exceed it (and is expected to be much less) and (2) whatever method is ultimately picked to issue, it will be a decentralized smart contract that will not give preferential treatment to any particular group of people and whose purpose is to benefit the overall health and security of the network.

Developers who intend to build apps that will use the ethereum blockchain. Users who want to access and interact with smart contracts on the ethereum blockchain.