hosting faq

 

 

what is hosting?

Crpyzilla has invested time and capital in designing a state-of-the-art mining farm based out of sunny Southern California where we host our own rigs along with those of our customers. When you buy a rig, you have the option of either having a rig shipped directly to your location or to have it hosted as part of our secured farm.


how much is hosting?

Pricing for hosting is $25/week for the first card and $20/week for each additional card.


why host?

Hosting allows you the unique opportunity to offload the entire process of setup, maintenance and power required to run mining rigs to experts who will ensure that your machines are always up and mining.


what sort of electrical setup do you have?

All rigs are protected at all times by failsafe Inform UPS.


where are my tokens on a hosted machine?

If you are mining an altcoin on the mainnet and not on our guardian or master nodes, tokens are distributed straight to your wallet by the mining software.

In the case of guardian/master node token, we transfer tokens mined by your rig directly to your designated wallet on a weekly basis. This is an automated process. Complete transparency on the public blockchain ledgers allows you to see the blocks mined under your designated username (established at setup).


can i host for some time and then have my rig shipped?

Of course! At the end of the day, it's your rig; we are simply hosting it physically. Anytime you wish to have it shipped to you, just let us know via email and we will have your rig shipped out to you within 24-48 hours anywhere in the world.


    what does the hosting fee include?

    • Power/Energy Cost
    • Storage Cost
    • Cooling
    • Machine Hardware Maintenance
    • Machine Software Maintenance (updates/patches)
    • 24/7 Power and Internet
    • 24/7 Security and Surveillance
    • Remote Access to Rig
    • Weekly Payouts for Mined (grand)Master Tokens to Designated Wallets
    • DDOS and Virus/Malware Protection
    • Rig Administration GUI (Coming Summer 2018)