Website Review : SCAM or LEGIT? Review SCAM or Legit?

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User management: Web
Company transparency/support: Doubtful
Payment options: Bitcoin & Bank cards
Reward type/share/pool: N/A
Cost electric power per TH/day (btc): $ 0.06961 / THS / Day
Contract price per Th/year (btc): N/A
Earning return: N/A

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  • Daily payouts available


  • Offers only one mining plan currently
  • Limited number of cryptocurrencies available for mining
  • No Affiliate Program
  • Does not provide information about contract duration
  • High Maintenance Fee (5% of daily revenue)


The company behind is legally known as Suanlitou Hong Kong Limited. Their head office is in Hong Kong. They have their own data centers in China, Canada, and the United States. They claim to serve customers from 20+ countries. 


There’s nothing special about Suanlitou’s website. It a design that is pretty common among the cloud mining companies from East Asian countries like China and Japan. Basically, the website’s design looks like a copy-pasted version of many other cloud mining companies in China and Japan. It also offers a below-average user experience. doesn’t offer any coin other than Bitcoin for mining. On top of that, they only have one plan at the moment. Hence, users won’t have many options to choose from in terms of mining plans or cryptocurrencies available for mining. 

The only plan available at is known as “BTC191031—S17” and it is priced at $49. This plan offers a hash power rate of 1 TH/s. However, it is to be noted that the company does not explicitly mention about the duration of the plan, which looks fishy to us. A Electricity fee is also charged under this plan and the amount charged on daily basis is $ 0.06961 / TH/s. 

There is an additional fee of 5% on this plan and it is termed as “management fee.” As per their website, this plan offers a daily profit of 0.00002334, which is around $0.21 per day. 


There’s very limited information about the company in the public. It also has a very limited social media presence. They have also not provided much information about themselves on their “About Us” section or Business pages. There’s very limited information about them in public to say if they are credible or not. However, there are enough red flags about them which indicate that there is a very high chance for being a scam. 

Until they come out with more information about their ownership and also start being active on social media, we will keep them as waiting for status. Our verdict is that cannot be trusted as of now.

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