Let me break it down for you, Mmmkay? Have had a LOT of people messaging me saying “But I already buy Ethereum & Bitcoin.”

Alright. Great. Let me explain how #cryptomining gets you Ethereum at wholesale and how much better you can make out?

Its pretty cool!

Each contract has different “hashing rates” (or speed/rate of coin payouts) for different levels of contracts. The higher the contract amount (up to $5k increments, but as small as $500.)

To keep it simple I’ll use even numbers.

For example:

My $5000 mining contract will net me give or take 20 Ethereum coins in 1200 days. They are paid out about 5+ days a week in little Ethereum chunks into my Coinbase wallet. The “dollar value” varies like stock—it changes day to day. I can take it out and put it in my bank account and buy stuff, or I can leave it there. I have total control.

Lets say that Ethereum does NOTHING & stays around $800. Then I make around $16,000. ($800x 20) Not bad for a $5000 contract.

COMPARE THIS to if I were to take that same $5000, and go and buy Ethereum, and it does NOTHING , then 1200 days from now (the length of the mining contract) I still have $5000. Make sense?

What if Ethereum dips to HALF of what it is? I would have around $8000 ($400 x 20 coins) from my $5000, which is still not bad and better than just buying coins!!! If I had bought JUST coins my value would be $2500!

Are you starting to see the magic here?

What if Ethereum doubles? Triples? We can’t predict the market, just like we can’t predict stocks!

Past performance doesn’t guarantee future results!

But all indications point at Ethereum reaching $3-5K over the next few years.

What if it reaches $3000?

Then my $5000 coin purchase is now worth $60,000 (20 coins x $3,000).

If I had JUST BOUGHT coins the value in dollars would be around $16,000

Do you see the beauty of this?

This just makes sense for me… Start ethereum crypto mining today!

Who else likes to do more than stocks, bonds, or bank accounts?


I’m not a financial planner…. so you go do the math yourself.

Only put in what you could comfortably LOSE, just like buying stocks!

Talk soon,

Brett Hudson

PS: Check out my latest FB Live Webby (the audio gets better a few minutes in 🙂