How to get started on Eobot.com for FREEDate: January 19, 2017 Posted by: Blake Hutchison
Love them or hate them, when it comes to Bitcoin cloud mining, Eobot is one of the leaders of the pack. Some in the past have tried to question their legitimacy, or the legitimacy of cloud mining in general. During the summer of 2016, people were even posting in Bitcoin forums trashing Genesis Mining and Eobot, saying that a site called HashOcean was the only "legit" cloud mining site.
Well, as it turned out, the people behind HashOcean (and HashPit, and many other names out there) were running a billion dollar scam. Meanwhile, Eobot, like it has been since 2013, is still running, and still paying.
They advertise on their site that you can get started in Bitcoin cloud mining with as little as $10, but actually, if you just want to see how it works first, you can get started for free. You will need a Bitcoin wallet. If you don't already have one I highly recommend Coinbase.
If you have a Bitcoin wallet already, or got a new one at Coinbase anyway, you will need to sign up for an Eobot account if you haven't already done so. If you would be so kind, be sure to use my referral link when you sign up. https://www.eobot.com/new.aspx?referid=425675
Step 2: Once you have signed up, log into your Eobot account. Toward the upper left of the screen, where it says "Mining:" beside a pull-down menu, click on the pull-down menu and select the currently available GHS or MHS option (as of the date of this article, you would select GHS4.)
Step 3: Now mouse over to where it says "Products," and when the drop-down menu shows an option that says "Faucet," click that.
Step 4: You will be prompted to complete a ReCaptcha. Follow the instructions for completing the ReCaptcha.
Step 5: Wait at least 24 hours, and repeat all steps above from Step 1. Currently, you will get about 0.02 GHS4 contract for free every time you do this, if you are set to mine GHS4 (or whatever the GHS option is when you read this). It's a lot slower to get started with zero upfront cost (think of it like giving yourself a $0.01 USD per year raise once a day)