Surviving crypto winter with MiningOptimizer – the difference between shutting down or keeping going

The past year has been quite the roller coaster ride for crypto enthusiasts. We have seen crypto rise to unparalleled highs and then plummet again to an ongoing period of what has been referred to as the Crypto Winter, with far reaching consequences.

Mining farms closing down during bear market

Mining farm owners for instance, have seen their profits dwindle to below power costs, making the whole operation unprofitable. Thus many mining farms have gone into hibernation, with operations on hold until further notice.

How some mining farms kept their operations running

However, a few farms have kept their doors open and their business running profitably. This brings up the question of how they did it. And the answer is quite simple. Namely by turning to a software solution named MiningOptimizer. MiningOptimizer is an easy-to-install software which automatically mines the most profitable coin. Let’s have a closer look at some figures.

Unoptimized Revenue

MonthUnoptimized RevenueProfit/ Loss assuming expensive hosting including power (120 $)Profit/
Loss assuming cheap hosting including power (75 $)
February104 $- 16 $29 $
April116 $ - 4 $41 $
March120 $ 0 $45 $

Optimized Revenue

MonthOptimized RevenueProfit/ Loss assuming expensive hosting including power (120 $)Profit/
Loss assuming cheap hosting including power (75 $)
February145 $25 $ 70 $
April187 $67 $112 $
March175 $55 $100 $

Making all the difference

The figures really speak for themselves, namely that MiningOptimizer can make all the difference between your mining farm being in the red or actually making a profit during a difficult mining season.

Try us for free

However MiningOptimizer is not only good for a difficult mining season but for enhancing your profit at any time up to 50%.

If you want to try us one month for free please click here https://www.miningoptimizer.net/ui/registration

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