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The main task of the Findex24 platform is to provide everyone with the opportunity to earn on cloud mining and cryptocurrencies.


To top up your balance, use cryptocurrencies Bitcoin, Litecoin, or through the technical support of the platform. Also, replenishment is possible by bank transfer or transfer of funds from a bank card. The list of payment systems can be expanded and supplemented.

To withdraw funds, use the Withdrawal section in your personal account, specify the wallet or card number, as well as the payment system. The withdrawal period is 72 hours (in rare cases, it can take up to 5 working days), after submitting an application for withdrawal of funds.

Cloud mining

Findex24 is a cryptocurrency platform based on the efficiency of mining in physical mining. We provide a cloud mining platform developed by expert analysts in the field of blockchain to ensure the most profitable and affordable mining with daily payouts for both beginners and VIP users.

To get started, just register and buy a cloud mining contract. You do not need to buy and install special mining equipment, as well as download additional software. You can get acquainted with the full list of cloud mining contracts in your personal account.

Cryptocurrency is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange using cryptography to protect transactions and control the creation of additional units of currency. Cryptocurrencies are classified as a group of digital currencies, as well as a group of alternative currencies and virtual currencies.

Bitcoin is an open network for transferring value through electronic money.

  • Created by Satoshi Nakamoto
  • Whitepaper, published in 2008
  • The network and the asset have the same name
The Bitcoin network itself is a record of blockchain payments. These features were chosen so that Bitcoin could support the new financial system without intermediaries. A global network of thousands of computers, called nodes, participates in the use and security of the network by running Bitcoin software. Each node stores a copy of the network's transaction history, which is updated in real time to prevent fraud and check which bitcoins belong to which user. Satoshi Nakamoto, a cryptography developer under a pseudonym, created Bitcoin.
  • The whitepaper with their ideas was first published in October 2008.
  • The first Bitcoin block was mined on January 3, 2009.
Although many attempts to build similar projects preceded it, Bitcoin is the first successful cryptocurrency. The name Bitcoin refers to two separate parts of the system: the protocol and the asset. To differentiate them, standard practice now uses lowercase b and the BTC ticker for the asset. The protocol itself contains a capital letter B. All bitcoins can be divided into tiny fractions. The smallest subunit of bitcoin is called "satoshi". 1 BTC is the same as 100 million Satoshi. In other words, 1 satoshi is equal to 0.001 BTC.

Bitcoin mining is the process of recording transactions on the Bitcoin network. To do this, miners compete with each other to solve a complex puzzle that resets every 10 minutes. The winning miners are awarded a set number of bitcoins for their success after each interval.

Hashrate (sometimes called hash power) is an estimate of the total amount of computing activity that bitcoin miners spend on adding new blocks to the network. This task requires miners to encrypt the data into hashes and match them to a portion of the encrypted data in a new block called a nonce. Finding an encrypted match solves the blocking problem. Hashrate is measured using the base unit of hashes per second (h/s). The metric itself is extrapolated from the rate of adding new blocks to the blockchain, which can lead to variance in the hashrate number reported by various data providers.

Miners add transaction blocks to the blockchain, which is like entering entries into an accounting book that everyone can look at. These transactions have been verified by other network participants and are located in the holding's storage, called a memory pool. Miners take transactions from the pool and pack them into blocks. Mining is the process of adding these blocks to the chain. For this service, miners are paid a commission for each transaction and a set reward for creating the next block in the chain.

Bitcoin mining facilities - or farms - are large data centers built to power thousands of mining machines. These facilities have emerged as mining equipment has become more specialized and power requirements have increased with the transition from bitcoin processor mining to ASIC mining. Mining farms are usually located in large warehouses, and it is not uncommon for old factories to be repurposed for bitcoin mining farms. But the size and scale do not matter to designate an operation as a mining farm. The mining farm is equipped with large cooling and ventilation systems, rack structures for installing machine storage and adequate power supplies. ASIC miners generate an abundance of noise and heat, and large-scale operations require extensive and reliable amounts of electricity. The advent of portable mining operations allows mobile mining farms to move depending on the availability of cheap energy. As an alternative to building large mining farms in one place, mobile mining units can be located at power plants with excess capacity or natural gas sites.

Difficulty is a relative value, which represents the amount of effort required for miners to solve new blocks and receive their block rewards. Conceptually, this is similar to the evaluation of the Google search engine, which adjusts the search rating on a scale of 0-100 overtime according to internal indicators. The mining difficulty is periodically adjusted to adjust how quickly miners add new blocks. Higher difficulty levels mean that more effort is required. The lower complexity means that adding blocks is relatively easier. The difficulty is adjusted every 2016 blocks or approximately every two weeks. The goal of each adjustment is based on comparing the amount of time needed to solve the previous 2015 blocks with the two-week target time.

The difficulty drops if the solution of the last set of 2015 blocks took more than two weeks. The opposite happens if the process took less than two weeks. The time spent mining new blocks varies depending on changes in the bitcoin hashrate, estimates of how many miners compete to receive payment for adding new blocks to the network's transaction history. As more and more miners mine, the hashrate of bitcoin increases, which leads to faster block resolution and a subsequent increase in complexity. When fewer miners are mined, the hashrate drops, new blocks are added more slowly. Bitcoin's difficulty started at 1. Although it fluctuates up and down regularly, it can never drop below the entry level of 1. Because the difficulty is so high, miners have long abandoned mining bitcoin with processors and GPUs, instead building mining farms for ASICs designed for mining.

A mempool, an abbreviation for a memory pool, is a storage room for all unconfirmed transactions that a node can see on the Bitcoin network. How does it work? Bitcoin transactions are sent through a network of peer-to-peer connections called nodes. Each node has its own pool of unconfirmed transactions sent to it by other attached peers. Nodes verify or cancel transactions based on several criteria, including correct cryptographic signatures, if funds are spent twice or if the amount if the input data is greater than the number of outputs. Valid and invalid transactions are then broadcast to other nearby nodes. Valid transactions are picked up by mining nodes for packing into a block after a sufficient number of nodes distribute a valid transaction throughout the network. Nodes dump invalid transactions from their pools when their peers talk about it. Mempool can be measured in several ways, but it is usually done by paying per byte or satoshi per byte (sats/byte). As a market in a chain, mempool ebbs and flows with the demand for block space. How do miners use it? Miners support many peer-to-peer connections than a regular node. In other words, miners have larger pools than a regular node. Transactions with higher fees are usually selected from the pool by miners and packed into blocks faster than transactions with lower fees. The search for a new block occurs approximately every 10 minutes. Historically, this proved a fairly low threshold for nodes to propagate transactions across the network and update their pools before an active transaction is packaged into a block.

Your payments for cloud mining will be automatically credited to the Findex24 account balance every day.

The minimum purchase amounts vary for each contract, you can find it on our pricing page. If you want to purchase a contract for more than $ 100,000, then please contact the manager for [email protected] or in our Telegram chat.

Each contract has its own service fee, all commissions are indicated in the capacity calculator in our personal account.


Google Authenticator is an application for creating one–time two-step Authentication Codes (TOTP). The application is supported by Android, iPhone and BlackBerry phones, and can also work without an Internet connection. The user needs to install the application on the selected device, after which the process of generating random codes will begin. These codes must be entered in the appropriate field when changing the profile settings, withdrawal, account login. In addition to applications for mobile devices, there are also browser plugins (for example, an extension for Google Chrome).

To restore your password, you need to go to your personal account and click on the "Forgot password?". After filling out the e-mail, you will receive a link to reset your password.

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