SCAM ALERT! OnMiners “Endothermic Mining Rigs”
You may have come across an article earlier this week that has something to do with “Endothermic Mining Rigs”, powered by OnMiners.
OnMiners “released” three mining rigs named On2U, On4U, and OnTower. The rigs are supposedly pre-configured to mine; Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, Monero, Dash, and Zcash. There’s also no set up, just plug it in and you’re all set.
According to the post
“The most noteworthy feature of these mining rigs is their endothermic nature. Unlike any other similar product in the market, these miners absorb heat energy from the surroundings instead of releasing it. This ensures incomparably low energy consumption for the units.”
The hash rate offered for the products are as followed:
On2U: 140 TH/s for Bitcoin, 38 GH/s for Litecoin, 5 GH/s for Ethereum, 230 KH/s for Monero, 1.3 TH/s for Dash, and 1.1 MH/s for Z-Cash.
On4U: 270 TH/s for Bitcoin, 75 GH/s for Litecoin, 9 GH/s for Ethereum, 450 KH/s for Monero, 2.5 TH/s for Dash, and 2.1 MH/s for Z-Cash.
OnTower: 1620 TH/s for Bitcoin, 450 GH/s for Litecoin, 54 GH/s for Ethereum, 2700 KH/s for Monero, 15 TH/s for Dash, and 12.6 MH/s for Z-Cash.
So what does that all mean?
Well, OnMiners promised Bitcoin hashing power of 140, 270 and 1020 terahashes per second respectively for its three mining rig models. The prices for these rigs range from $4500 to $30,000 each.
As a miner, if this sounds fantastic to you (minus the price), then you are correct it is because no other company has managed to get past 50 terahashes per second. Let me say that again, NO company has EVER gotten past 50 TERAHASHES!
This means that some company that came out of nowhere has managed to surpass the greatest technology companies of all time such as but not limited to; IBM, MIT, MiningCave, Genesis, Gekko Science, Bitmain, and so many others…. Yeah right.
So if you haven’t figured it out by now, it’s a scam.
Yes, it’s true; the mining rig from Heaven isn’t real. Heart-breaking, I know. Just in case you’re still skeptical, if you google the supposed CMO “Megan Powell, her team picture on OnMiner’s website is a stock photo that is already used on websites about mistakes made by female entrepreneurs and even fertility trends. The same goes for the rest of the “team members”.
If you’re looking for a new rig, make sure to go with a reliable company and if it sounds too go to be true, do some research
Until then, Happy Mining!