Aussies dig deep for first global bitcoin mining cloud service

The Australian technology sector has a new global bitcoin mining operator, BitCoinCloudMining.com, an Australian owned and operated cloud based mining platform.

Driven by a vision to expand the scope of both the bitcoin and digital currencies globally, the platform has been designed to reduce complexity for investors and offer the easy creation of a passive bitcoin income without incurring the cost of mining hardware and operations.

“Bitcoins are changing the way we live, transact and do business,” says Domenic Carosa, founder and chairman, Bitcoin.

“The digital economy has removed the traditional restraints of geographic boundaries with the rise of bitcoin currency facilitating the evolution and growth potential of both private and commercial transactions in ways that the market has not yet conceived.”

BitcoinCloudMining.com is a key business in the operations of the Bitcoin Corporation (BTC Corporation), founded by Australian digital media pioneer and entrepreneur Carosa.

The specialist bitcoin investment group also includes BuyaBitcoin.com.au, where Australian users can buy the currency with further bitcoin based products and services in development for the online interactive gaming industry.

BTC Corporation CEO, Simon Oliver adds; “We are committed to bringing the highest grade Bitcoin cloud mining service to the Australian sector and allowing local and international clients an easily accessible entry point into this dynamic digital currency growth area.

“The Bitcoin mining market continues to shift rapidly from isolated operators to more evolved, entrepreneurial ventures creating the opportunity for individuals to get involved without onerous investment in fast equipment and utility costs.

“As an early adopter of the bitcoin technology, the Australian market also provides an accommodating regulatory ecosystem. The recent launch of Australia’s first bitcoin ATM’s is a promising sign that the market is seriously embracing this new digital currency,”Oliver adds.

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