Bitcoin mining requires a lot of investment in hardware and software to aid its fruition. UK crypto mining firm is, therefore, bringing ease and comfort into the process by offering bitcoin mining through its platform. This will be in addition to other cryptocurrencies available for mining on the platform.
Bitcoin Mining Added To Argo
Mining of bitcoin will be made available on the Argo crypto mining cloud as from November 1 as noted in a recent announcement of the firm.
The top-rated cryptocurrency by market cap and value, bitcoin will be added to other cryptocurrencies already minable on the platform, which are Ether, Bitcoin Gold, Zcash, Komodo, etc. The latest inclusion which offers mining services to the platform to provide mining services to aspiring crypto miners who are less tech-savvy takes the total number of cryptocurrency minable on the platform to seven.
The addition of the top value cryptocurrency to the platform was aided by popular demand. The co-founder and president, of Argo, Mike Edwards noted that the firm has seen very strong demand for bitcoin and the firm’s growth strategy is customer led. This has led the firm into offering more choices as demand grows and more investment is introduced.
Also, the promotional video posted on the Argo’s website stated that the firm would be able to make anyone mine bitcoin in less than 5 minutes. Further, the firm team is noted to comprise of experienced technology veterans dedicated to making cryptocurrency mining possible for a wider audience, which is vital to the success the firm has experienced over time.
Argo Mining Firm
Argo is a technology startup that is based in London, England. The firm is prominent with its cryptocurrency cloud mining services that it offers for a monthly subscription.
The technology startup aims at becoming the most trusted and transparent provider of mining services to those that lack the technical know-how or expensive hardware needed to provide computing power to a range of public blockchain.
Notably, the firm has seen massive growth and acceptance. It was listed on the London Stock Exchange in August and has also seen a tenfold increase in the number of subscription sold in its short existence. A sum of $32 million was raised during its initial public offering, and it serves 4,200 cloud miners around the world presently.
Also, the firm operates a broad state of the art data center from Quebec, Canada, making use of the abundance of electricity available for operation in the region.