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AVERTISSEMENTThe vast majority of Cloud mining sites are only vulgar ponzi scheme scams
Start Mining From 0.1 Th/s which costs 40 USD For Lifetime Mining
AWS has also Data centers available.
Check out homepage by following the link and select your investment plan and sign up an account.
Fully transparency from first day on - upon transfer of payment completed your mining account starts to mine for you.
IMPORTANT: This is not a free BTC faucet - YOU NEED TO INVEST MONEY TO EARN MONEY.
Only signing an account without investment is worthless as you are not getting rewards by just signing an account.
The good thing is - investment starts with as little as 40 US$ and you see your earnings on a daily base calculator. Be aware that payment (withdrawal) has a minimum amount of 30US$)
There is also a TELEGRAM Group in place as well as a Facebook account where you can see real mining equipment (f.e. in Paraguay and China) - very interesting announcement from founder and CEO on Facebook and very active community and support to answer any questions you might have.
The Exchange MYCOINDEAL is without fees - not many cloud mining companies have that - and works well once you understood how it works. Support is there to help you at the beginning if you encounter difficulties.
Summarizing: AWS is a young cloud mining company who is working hard to please customer - has fully transparency in place for daily earnings (monitor) and easy to handle. Top Management is very sympathetic and responsive and answers all questions you might have.
Earnings during the last couple of month were very good compared to others - there are many payment proof available in Internet on different social medias - just check out for yourself.
Start your mining today - you are going to appreciate any BTC or SATOSHI mined until end of year when BTC price rises as foreseen by Analytics and Experts of the Crypto market.
HAPPY MINING to all of you
support very responsive and customer oriented
social medias in place
new plant installed (refer to FB videos)
Actual rating of AWS Mining
Reason : Closed website
At the same time some users began to get impatient with the blocking of their accounts, supposedly the time of validation following the KYC (Know Your Customer) measures taken by the company.
On April 25th, users received an e-mail informing them of the cessation of operations in accordance with the conditions of use since the fees would be greater than the gains for 60 days and the price of the bitcoin was too low (whereas the bitcoin had just passed 130 days at a low level, so much more than those 60 days but it went back for 1 month). And in this email, no mention of the fire ...
AWS, however, spoke of the risks inherent in cryptocurrency mining and that the return on investment could not be guaranteed ... contrary to what they promised for months, namely a 200% guaranteed ROI!
The truth is simple: the rise in prices accelerated the inevitable collapse of the pyramid. But do not worry, AWS offers you a way to get your money back thanks to their brand new website: AWS CAPITAL GROUP. A cloud mining site, on which they boast their mining farms located in China and Paraguay (seems that fire wasn't this serious). Disgusting !!
Reason : Not paying : scam : Do not pay anymore since April 25, 2019
The recent introduction of KYC has held withdrawals and all you get is a repurchase of plans which I don?t want to when am not able to withdraw what is still held. Please sort out KYC which takes very long for approval at the expense of those who want to have there cash out.
[ MOD : comment edited by final31 | 08/11/2018 at 18h24 | ]hi guys the company is legit, we have been to their farms as well. don't be doubtful let's mine....here is the link: https://awsmining.com/
How can a Review Site give a doubtful opinion while seating in front of his/her computer. Try to fly to Hebei province and visit the facilities of AWS Mining. We are real mining!!! And we offer Crypto Mining Power!!!
AWS Mining has the affiliate program because you can not run ads on many ad networks like Google and Facebook when you are associated with cryptocurrencies. People in such industries must find another way to market themselves. Instead of spending thousands even hundreds of thousands to millions on that they can turn to affiliate marketing. AWS Mining seems to have given that expense to their users as an incentive to take the risk of investing time and money into promoting the company for them. Saying that makes AWS Mining a possible scam is like saying your job is a scam because you make $50,000 a year and invest nothing but your time and efforts. You don't have to invest a penny and most jobs pay out for years if not a lifetime with retirement.
I believe many people are just unaware of how much money there is to share in a successful business as the 1% tends to be greedy with payouts. AWS Mining appears to simply be treating and paying their affiliates as actual partners and perhaps giving them the lions share for being the cause of the income. I am not saying I know this is the case but it makes sense. Sure they are paying out better than a bank but that is because there is more risk and something is actually being made besides debt. At AWS Mining people are actually making money in a new industry with no guarantees.
A bank merely juggles money around and is sort of a well structured Ponzi that gets a government bailout when the Ponzi is about to fail. Banks are a scam.
AWS Mining beats the bank's payouts due to the fact that they MAKE money. It is easier to give money to people when you MAKE it like AWS Mining claims to do and really your not guaranteed to double a thing with their contracts. 200% ROI is simply one condition that can cause a contract to end. If your contract goes unprofitable for a spell it ends and you have what you have.
The payouts are reasonable and believable amounts at a rate you would hope for and there is nothing wrong with that. I would have done better investing in Dogecoin though.
The affiliate commisions are comparable to Airbnb, Uber, Lyft and other share business. Is Amazon a scam for having one of the best Affiliate programs in retail sales??? Well, they have been around a while and paid out millions..... let's just call them doubtful because who the heck pays the people that make their business work?? Doubtful that would be a good strategy for a business to follow. It is to Mary Kay and Scentsy to work, I'll drink a cup of coffee to that, oh those yes they are nice I got them from Kerby and those oh Cutco. There are actually tons of business that people seem to at times think are scams but that is just when they couldn't get it to work for them. They work well when they work. People earn good livings with them. Affiliate marketing can look rather top down but they have an end. The structure stops at a point and regrows in a sustainable manner. It is a real business model that people misidentify all the time. They work though. I can't get AWS Minings Affiliate program to work for me. It is not a guarantee. You have to have some luck with efforts. Sometimes despite your efforts thing do not work out. I referred 375+ people and just one invested the $40. I have been plenty successful with other things my Cointiply has over 200 active referrals. Same with my Cryptotab.
I am happy with the mining service I bought though, and that was what originally attracted me to AWS Mining. The Multi-crypto mining with one contract that had a ROI based termination as opoosed to time based. I thought hey here is a Cloudmining site that has the customer in mind as more then a way to pay for the equipment they plan to mine with. The structure of them hit me as friendly and smart. Someone looking at things from a customer standpoint, so I bought some CMP to try it out. I still would.
Cloud mining is for sure a risky sector to invest in. That being said NetBusinessRating needs to be careful what they allow people to say about successful companies without proof. It is irresponsible, damaging, and based on opinions that are easily provable as false. That is a slippery slope. Speech is not so free when it is false and cost someone else a bunch of money. I would be sure to research a little, speak from not getting paid or suffering a personal experience of loss to be sure I am stating facts if they hurt a business. People are not as free to have opinions as you may like to think. You are not allowed to use things that are not true to publicly hurt the image of a company or person. It really can be viewed as slander. It most likely would not but the disgruntled company could hold someone liable to that.
Ratings need to have some backing besides a paper written by a person that sounds to be irritated the affiliate program did not work for them or are perhaps trying to use the popularity of the site to shine the light on themselves a bit. You could profit from that while appearing to be a "good guy". If you know a thing about affiliate marketing you would understand that. The generated traffic and publicity would not hurt a thing. I wonder what they do promote. I mean if they are the head of a bitcoin group no doubt they promote something and could benefit from some free eyes. When people want to say hey look at them, then look at them too. Try to see what the benefit is to them to point someone out as bad and what they are up too. It may make you pause and say hey wait a second.... ewwww. That was gross of them. Let me read that again. Yup, that was not written for us he wrote that for him.
I would also like to state when I say AWS mining is or does a certain thing, I mean to state that these are the claims made by the company. I do not know. I honestly think there could be a mix of things going on. But raising capital in a sustainable way to grow their mining operations is one I think may be going on. I think they do mine for sure, setting them apart from many cloud mining sites. Could it be an outright fraud... yes. If it is they did a good job structuring it to last and payout a lot of investors. I think whatever they are doing there are some good intentions behind it. I still think there is a good chance there is a large amount of crypto mining going on or they at least have friends that mine a whole lot. Or they found a way to make equipment look like it is working when it is not. They for sure did not just take everyone's money and run right away. If it is a scam and it may be then they fooled at least 51% of me. So far I will admit cloud mining has paid me out a negative few bits. I was like geez am I dumb when I saw SunMining when I invested in it. Really I found a button that paid a bit much when you quintuple clicked it. I was like hmmm with no records to check then tried again... and for sure hmmm. That is a whole lot. I emailed them and got banned for it they took it all, thousands invested and reinvested. $50 a day about. I screamed pretty loud and the next day the Sun did not make it out to play. It was not slander because it was all true. The only thing fake was that I reported it. I did not. lol. That was all hot air. It scared them though cuz poof they were gone. Proof. Oh well, we did not really get along in the end anyway. All I did was click their button and it paid really well. No records to backcheck... I took that as a bad sign too. That button paid well though. Just had to click super fast...poorly designed by scammers I guessed. But for sure cloud mining scam, it should be if you said that about them all you would get an A+ but there are a few that are real..... I think. But I agree, they often stink. AWS Mining seems to be legit(cross my fingers (wink) at least I hope so cuz I won $1350 at Freebitco.in and invested $1200 of it in them). Check out my Top-page! LOL. | Edit. : 04/10/2018 17:44:54 | Edit. : 04/10/2018 17:46:22 | Edit. : 04/10/2018 17:52:02
To begin, I'm sorry, I tried twice to register with the link you give but it's impossible if I do not enter the name of a sponsor. Can you do it? And when I wrote that the first time, do you think I did it without checking? I really look that stupid? 😉
It does not make sense to use the "job is a scam" argument. In your work you are paid for what you build or the service you give. The added value is obvious (most of the time ...). As for the banks ... I personally think that the world financial system is rotten, but it does not have much to do with the subject that interests us.
When developing your network and promoting AWS becomes more important than the core business, it's not healthy. That some users earn a majority of their income through sponsorship is normal but AWS puts so much ahead of the possibilities of the affiliate program and the tools to convince new users, I find it fishy. Businesses in which promotion erases the product always end badly. It is not seen by just visiting the site but once you are registered it's really the impression that I have.
And that's where we meet. I really enjoyed your last paragraph where you express your doubts sincerely. Investing in cloud mining is risky, the vast majority of sites are scams. Some obvious, others less easily identifiable. In these cases we can only rely on our impressions, our knowledge of the crypto ecosystem and our experiences. My doubts about AWS are based on these criteria and are only my opinion. I could be wrong and I often wonder if this is not the case when I post my opinions, whether on AWS or any other business.
I think I showed my good will by increasing the rating of the site that was classified as a scam. I have accepted to consider the Nigerian guy's article (and the article on which it is based) as not being strong enough evidence when it asks interesting questions and the only argument against it is that he has his own business to defend (a bit easy as justification, no?).
I thank you again for taking the time to write such a detailed and constructed opinion. I would like everyone to do the same rather than launching free accusations of bribery... | Edit. : 04/10/2018 23:00:52 | Edit. : 04/10/2018 23:01:33 | Edit. : 04/10/2018 23:11:05