I have never devoted too much attention to mining before, because it seemed too complicated and less profitable, as I am mainly involved in crypto trading. But lately, I began putting more and more effort into studying this activity, in search of ways to diversify my investment capabilities. So now, I pay close attention to mining startups that have a comprehensive business plan and sufficient marketing attractiveness. I reckon that Padoscoin fits that profile perfectly - they are my primary investment option.
Niki474 October 13, 2020 Reply
From a technological point of view, Padoscoin doesn’t bring anything new to the table, but instead, it offers a handsome business deal since they intend to mine on cheap electricity and the quality equipment bought at a reasonable price. I am not into mining myself, but I have a few friends who might be interested in Padoscoin. The only downside is that they are going to mine only three cryptocurrencies.
Adam December 18, 2019 Reply
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