User management: Web
Company transparency/support: Legit
Payment options: BTC, ETH, LTH, XRP
Reward type/share/pool: N/A
Cost electric power per TH/day (btc): 0.03 USD
Contract price per Th/year (btc): $19.69 USD per TH/s for 1-year
Earning return: 144% on Yearly Basis
User Review( votes)
(classified as cloud-mining)
If they had honest intentions, why did they keep the names of their founders under wrap?
- Accepts bank cards
- Low cost plans
- No images or videos of mining data centers
- Unrealistically low prices
- Not a user-friendly website
Scryptcube is a UK-based company and has presence on multiple social media platforms. There is no information about who owns the company on their website as well as in the public domain. The following information is available on their website:
“ScryptCube has been selling computing power (Hash Rate) since 2016. Until now, the main focus of our work has been cooperation with large B2B clients, but in 2020 we decided to enter the wide user market.
ScryptCube allows you to engage in cryptocurrency mining from anywhere in the world, and our main goal is to make cryptocurrency mining accessible to everyone, regardless of the size of the initial contribution, experience, or technical knowledge of the user. We provide an opportunity to mine cryptocurrency (Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Beam) using equipment located in our data centers, as well as in the computing centers of our partners.”
Address: ScryptCube Mining LP, Company number SL026501, 8 Church Street, Suite 16, Inverness, Scotland, IV1 1EA, United Kingdom
Their website doesn’t have any features that help Scryptcube stand out. The website theme also looks like the one that is common across many HYIP websites claiming to be a cloud mining company. They have only two plans for users to choose from and the only cryptocurrency that they have for mining is Bitcoin.
- Hash Rate: 100 GH/s
- Duration: 1 Year
- Price: $1.9 per 100 GH/s
- Hash Rate: 100 GH/s
- Duration: 2 Year
- Price: $3.5 per 100 GH/s
Scryptcube is a recent addition to the long list of so-called cloud mining companies. They did not even add images and videos of their mining data centers, which is the norm in the cloud mining industry. There is nothing special about them.
During our research for Scryptcube.com review, we did not find any evidence pointing to their authenticity. The Trustpilot profit of Scryptcube.com has only a couple of reviews and below average score. On top of that, the company hasn’t provided any information about their owners or key personnel and they use a UK registration with a dummy address.
If they had honest intentions, why did they keep the names of their founders under wrap? There are way too many red flags here and thus, we cannot trust them and neither should you.