Monthly Archive: September 2014

PoolAxe could be the answer to your mining software woes!

Configuring your mining array can be fiddly and frustrating. I’ve personally used cgminer, bfg miner and UI’s such as macminer and Asteroid with varying degrees of success.

Fall over pools sometimes don’t kick in or overclocking can be difficult to set up. To solve these endless configuration headaches Cryptaxe have come up with an all-in-one miner monitoring, configuration and control suite.

The exciting part is that the software is available (in beta form) for LINUX, OSX and WINDOWS.

You can also monitor your configuration and miners with the accompanying Android app.
Join in with the beta at

x11 Coin Cloud Mining at Crypto Coins Trade

Trade all your coins
One cloud mining operation sneeking under the radar is Crypto Coins Trade.

We are well down the road with the larger cloud mining services such as, and zencloud. With a turbulent market it is important to buy and sell at the right time and x11 coins could be something to explore as an alternative to SHA256 and Scrypt.

The site enables you to try before you buy with 5khs of free mining power for 10 days and allows mining of SHA256, Scrypt and interestingly X11 coins. You can buy mining power with paypal and (like other sites) trade your mining power with other users once purchased.

The site looks to be well run and we’ll report back on ROI in a future update. Find out more here.

Latest Bitcoin Scam Alerts

Nothing annoys us more than Bitcoin scams. They use popular anonymous ad networks like btcclicks to hoodwink users into thinking they can double, treble or 10x their money overnight.

If it looks too good to be true it probably is! Also, it’s about time the Ad networks developed some accountability. It would be easy for them to identify the fraudulent sites and simply not run the ads but instead they take the money from anyone and blindly run anything.

You can get an up to date list of the scam sites at

Sites to avoid currently advertising heavily are – more info at and more here

If you surf ads for Bitcoin at we’ve also noticed a flaw in their system.
We recently heard of a user that went to withdraw their earnings. They changed the BTC address for withdrawal and were instantly banned for ‘multiple accounts’ with no comebacks and the money earned confiscated by BTCClicks. This smacks of being unethical, so beware if you have an account there.