GAW Miners Hashlet Explained
The crypto-currency world is constantly changing and evolving with new mining hardware and ASICs constantly being developed. The problem with this constant change is that many miners find it difficult to realize any return on investment(ROI). GAW Miners claims to have found a solution to this problem with the release of the Hashlet.
GAW Miners has recently released the Hashlet, which claims to be the world’s first digital cloud miner. The concept was basically an evolution of a service that GAW Miners was previously offering to their customers where they would host customers’ miners after purchase instead of shipping them out. Since the prices of ASICs is constantly changing, and many customers choose to host their miners with GAW Miners for many months, the obvious question could be raised of why even ship the miners out at all?
Thus, GAW Miners introduced the Hashlet. With the Hashlet, instead of purchasing mining hardware, customers purchase a mining rate. This essentially circumvents many of the problems and complaints that crypto currency miners have had in the past.
The first benefit is you no longer have to spend hours/days/weeks/months of your life trying to figure out the esoteric details, including setup and configuration, of every new mining device you purchase. No more searching through various forums and blogs trying to find the optimal settings to the highest hashrate possible out of your hardware.
Along with the setup and configuration issues, you also don’t have to deal with the other management issues with owning and running a miner. Some of the complaints that newcomers experience are the additional heat, noise, and power usage that come associated with running crypto mining hardware.
Another benefit is there is no shipping. Your GAW Miners Hashlet is instantly activated and ready to go. No more waiting weeks for your shipments to be delivered, and no more pre-ordering miners hoping that the company you ordered from will not be hit with an unfortunate delay(either temporary or permanent).
So how does it all work?
Once you purchase your Hashlet you will receive login details for ZenCloud where you will be able to monitor/manage your Hashlet. Once you receive your confirmation email head over to ZenCloud to signup if you don’t already have an account.
Once you’re logged in, the ZenCloud dashboard gives you an overview of all the miners on your ZenCloud account.
If this is your first time on ZenCloud you will have to use the Zen Hardware code to activate your Hashlet.
Once you have activated your Hashlet, you will also have to select your pool by dragging the pool icon over from the right. That’s it! You should be good to go.
One thing worth mentioning is that GAW Miners claims that the pool fees are 0% since the pool fees are built into the price of the Hashlet itself. There is however a maintenance fee that can’t be found anywhere on their site. At the time of this writing, the maintenance fee is $0.08 USD per MH/s.