SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA – A trailblazing cryptocurrency mining company is poised to bring about a revolution in cryptocurrency accessibility and ownership. AWS Mining, the “technological enterprise focused on the World’s cryptocurrency demands”, that offers an exclusive mining contract to every size investor, is a singular example of a pioneering enterprise in a field that is still in its infancy: cloud-based remote mining services.
As the general public’s interest in cryptocurrency has peaked, and Bitcoin’s popularity is growing, an increasing number of investors are looking to funnel a significant capital in cryptocurrency asset acquisition. More specifically, Bitcoin’s value is expected to double by the end of 2018, while Ethereum’s price, which, at the time of writing, is at almost $1,000 per coin, is expected to rise significantly in the near future, too.
AWS Mining allows anyone the opportunity for secure, continuous, and sustainable mining services, with the option of choosing one or more of the various digital coins the company mines for. Participant’s gains are safe against “sporadic extrinsic failures”, which include, but are not limited to political sanctions, power loss, tax increases, and more.
The company currently manages a total of 19,300 cryptocurrency mining computers operating in datacenters which are located in China, Mongolia and Paraguay. Following the ingenious strategy of spreading out its farms across different countries, offers a smart contingency plan, which gives clients the opportunity to relocate their funds, should the need arise, without risking or compromising their profitability.
Mrs. Cynthia Petion, a Florida resident, notable entrepreneur and traditional networker, talked about her contentment with AWS Mining services, saying that “A year ago, I immersed myself in the world of cryptocurrency, and my success in crypto trading allowed me to quit my job within a mere six months. I was looking to expand my investment portfolio through outsourcing the mining process to a reputable mining service provider, which would offer a significant ROI. After extensive research, I found AWS Mining to be the most viable option. That decision has paid off tremendously, as my portfolio has grown significantly since the start of our collaboration.”
“During a recent visit the company’s mining farm in Paraguay, I was left in awe by as well its state-of-the-art equipment, as well as the high level of security present. After touring the premises, I felt even more confident in my investment, as I got to witness, first-hand, the company’s flawless operating scheme in action.”
It is worth noting that the overall blockchain-based cryptocurrency annual electricity consumption is on par with the amount of energy used by the entire country of Serbia or Iceland. In an attempt to combat waste and reduce its environmental impact, AWS Mining chose to locate its farms in regions with an abundance of hydroelectric power, which is a clean, low-cost energy option for powering digital currency mining farms.
After careful research, the company chose Itaipu, Paraguay, as the ideal site for one of its largest mining farms, as the city is quickly becoming the new farming capital of the world, next only to China, owing to it being the location of the largest hydroelectric supplier in the world.
“Our mission is to provide a simple, transparent method to crypto mining” said Mr. Daniel Beduschi, AWS Mining COO. “AWS mining farms are strategically located in countries with low-cost energy surplus and flexible tax policies. During the past six months, our company has acquired 10,000 new clients, while our services are attracting interest from thousands more potential investors. As a result, we are looking to expand our operations through creating new mining farms in other countries. We are passionate about environmental conservation, and we are always on the lookout for cost-effective countries that can supply clean energy for our cryptomining production.”
AWS Mining will release any future developments with regards to its expansion in further communications with the press.
To learn more about AWS Mining, please visit: www.awsmining.com
Company name: AWS MINING
Address: Australia – Level, 57, MLC Centre 19 – 29 Martin Place, Sydney NSW 2000
Email: [email protected]
Contact Person: Daniel Beduschi, COO