User management: Standard theme
Company transparency/support: Not Legit
Payment options: N/A
Reward type/share/pool: N/A
Cost electric power per TH/day (btc): N/A
Contract price per Th/month (btc): 0.0004 BTC for 1 TH/s per Month
Earning return: N/A
User Review( votes)
(classified as HYIP)
- Limited information about the company
- Not legit
- No pics or videos of mining farms
Disclaimer: This site is a category HYIP (high-yield investment program) and will pay only for a certain time. As for all HYIP websites, this can change any moment and we need to stress to you that deposit to such sites is not recommended unless you like to gamble with your money at your own risk.
Hashrange.com is gaining popularity, though quite slowly, in the world of HYIPs. It is basically a crypto cloud mining platform where users can purchase plans and avail fixed computing space in return. Any amount of Bitcoins mined with their rented computed space will be sent to the user.
Address: Hashrange, Old Nuuk, Nuuk, Greenland
The information about the mining plans of Hashrange.com is not available upfront like it is available on other websites. You can mine Bitcoin by opting for Hashrange’s cloud mining plans.
Hashrange’s pricing varies depending on the duration of the plan. You will have to pay 0.004 BTC if you opt for a plan offering 10 TH/s of computing power for a month. On the other hand, if you will sign up for their 2-year plan then you will have to pay 0.098 BTC.
The pricing of Hashrange’s plans seems way off the mark. It doesn’t seem right that its pricing can be so low. They don’t seem to have any special hardware and neither do they own a power plant of their own.
We also checked if they have any shares in companies manufacturing mining equipment – Guess What? There’s no such information. On top of that, the company has not provided enough information about their ownership and nor have they disclosed any information about their team. Plus we also found a few complaints about them. Their website, too, is basic at best – the same website design that many other scammy-looking HYIP websites use.
They have not even provided the building’s name where their office is located. Instead, they have created some mumbled-jumbled address and pasted it on their website. Overall, Hashrange.com is a scam and we suggest you stay away from it. We rate Hashrange.com 0.5 out of 5.0.