What is easyMINE?

Easymine is a complete, self-contained software platform for cryptocurrency mining. It is designed to make the entire process of setting up and managing your own mine as intuitive and straightforward as possible. Whether you’re a complete cryptocoin newbie or a seasoned blockchain veteran, you will appreciate the ease of use, control, and convenience easyMINE offers.

What is the amount of the ico?

27,000,000 EMT tokens will be offered to the public through a crowdsale. The sale will continue until one of the following conditions is met:

  • 21,300 ETH is collected
  • 27,000,000 EMT tokens are sold
  • 200,000 blocks are added to the ETH blockchain (i.e. approx. 48 days have elapsed)

What is the team of easymine?

What is the roadmap of the easymine?

What will easymine provide?

Automatic setup of your mining equipment

  • hardware configuration (including BIOS selectionand flashing, and timings adjustment)
  • operating system configuration
  • mining software configuration

Comprehensive mine management solution

  • detailed hardware monitoring (for both entire machines and individual cards)
  • complete operating history and performance analysis
  • automated emergency response:
  • automatic modification of operating parameters
  • malfunction notifications
  • profitability control and report generation

Continuous performance optimization

  • dynamic adjustment of hardware and software configuration
  • automatic selection of currencies to mine
  • automatic selection of mining pools to join
  • automatic wallet management
  • automatic cryptocurrency exchange and depositing

How does it work?

On Conclusion

Tokens will be distributed at the conclusion of the crowdsale. Tokens allocated to the development team, project advisors, and easyMINE Corporation will have a 180-day vesting period, after which they will be released to holders at the rate of 0.5% a day. EMT tokens will be listed on exchanges in the fourth quarter of 2017.


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