General information about

The company’s website doesn’t contain any information about people that have launched AlienCloud.

Apparently, this company has Russian roots since one of its main languages is Russian, it has Rustam Kutuev, the founder of Cryptal Mining Farm and PrideGames, the Russian company that develops mobile games, listed as an adviser and has partnership relations with Finom and TabTrader, the companies founded by the Russian programmers Kirill and Denis Suslov. Review

For some reason, AlienCloud partnered with one of Russia’s regional TV channels (7th channels) that covers the occurrences in the Krasnoyarsk region. Apart from that, there is no available information about the location of mining farms or data centers (obviously, no photos of mining rigs or any other proofs of company’s existence), which immediately puts this company on the “suspicious” list.

The company has a rather weak social media presence with a few posts on Twitter and a Telegram chat with only 100+ members.

AlienCloud positions itself as a platform that features a cloud mining service, a cryptocurrency exchange, and a secure cryptowallet. The user who has enough computing capacity can also participate in the mining pool, which may be slightly more profitable than investing in the cloud mining.

AlienCloud also has something to do with TeoCoin, a system that positions itself as an anonymous and decentralized tool for producing cryptocurrency indexes which can be further traded on the exchange. The page features the profiles of the members of the development team, though it is not clear whether or not they are also involved with AlienCloud.

AlenCloud’s distinguishing feature is that this service allows its users to deposit, mine and exchange Bitcoin Gold, a promising cryptocurrency that currently holds the 20th position on coinmarketcap. Recently, they have also added NEO, which is a relatively stable cryptocurrency that displayed good resistance against numerous crypto market crashes. Review

Other projects, namely the company’s own desktop wallet, the mining pool, and the P2P cryptocurrency exchange are currently at the stage of development.

The website also has some mentions of the referral system but we didn’t manage to find any viable information regarding that feature.

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Coins and Algorithms:

For SHA256: Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash
For Ethash: Ethereum, Ethereum Classic
For Equihash: Zcash, Bitcoin Gold
For CryptoNote: Monero
For X11: Dash
For Scrypt: Litecoin

💱 Fees and Pricing Schedule

AlienCloud provides cloud mining services for 7 major cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Zcash, Monero, Dash, Litecoin, and Bitcoin Gold, using the following algorithms: SHA-256, Ethash, Equilhash, Cryptonight, X11.

All contracts have no time limits.

Here is the table that includes the contract prices and maintenance fees for each particular coin.

Bitcoin min. 100 GH/s $30.00 per 100 GH/s
Ethereum min. 1 MH/s $28.00 per 1 MH/s
Zcash min. 10 H/s $15.00 per 10 H/s
Monero min. 10 H/s $8.00 per 10 H/s
Dash min. 10 MH/s $1.35 per 10 MH/s
Litecoin min. 1 MH/s $8.00 per 1 MH/s
Bitcoin Cash min. 100 GH/s $30.00 per 100 GH/s
Ethereum Classic min. 1 MH/s $28.00 per 1 MH/s
Bitcoin Gold min. 10 H/s $15.00 per 10 H/s
All contracts have   no time   limits

Go to User Experience

Since AlienCloud is a very young company, we couldn’t find any extensive feedback on its mining output and adherence to their payout obligations.

The only feedback that we’ve managed to discover said that this service actually ‘pays’, but there is no guarantee that it wasn’t a “puff piece”.

The AlienCloud website has a user-friendly interface, though there is scarcity of vital information. Review

This service is still at the stage of development, so the user experience is mixed.

✔️ Advantages:

User-friendly interface;

Low prices;

No time limits contracts.

❌ Disadvantages:

Young company.

No credit card payment method.

Overall Conclusion

AlienCloud presents some interesting ideas, for instance, the crypto exchange where users can trade crypto indexes.

However, everything seems to be really raw and uncertain, especially when it comes to company’s identity and reliability.

All in all, we would recommend you to refrain from investing in AlienCloud until they resolve these issues.

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