Just wondering what everyone thought of Ice Rock Mining in here, they are planing on doing an AMA and want to see how much of a demand there is across the Subreddits. What do you guys think?
Havent heard of it? Here is their Main Promo : http://ivpages.net/show/2399/
Ice Rock Mining is a Bitcoin Mining Operation, that is set in a Retired but Technologically sound Military Soviet Bunker that was built into a Cold Mountain. The CEO of Ice Rock, Malik Murzashev, was a Bitcoin Mining hobbyist who saw the potential in the Cold Mountain as well as the Cheap Energy they source for .03 cents per KWH to keep costs down. Huge savings that make it a unique and energy efficient Mining Operation.
Every Month, depending on how much of the Rock2 (Second ICO) Token you hold in your wallet, you will receive your share of the profits in Ethereum deposited on the same day like Clockwork. Ice Rock also plans to scale the business constantly by using 20% of all mining profits every month to buy NEW MINERS so as to increase the total amount mined every month. This translates to an ever growing Ethereum income that the investors get to enjoy watching grow every month when they are paid.
They also want to do an AMA! There are many people across the Crypto Subreddits, who have found their Return claims to be so strong that it invites skepticism. As the Investors know already though, if Due Diligence is done than the fear of investing is easily stripped away. That is why they want to do a Q and A with whoever is interested.
Leave a message if you feel you would like to hear more from this company, up close and personal. Investing in Bitcoin mining seems more attractive and stable now more than ever. Get involved!
Here are some Multiple high ratings from different ICO ratings websites, and a few other videos to get familiar with the Project:
Found ICO rating 8.3 /10 – https://foundico.com/ru/ico/ice-rock-mining.html
ICO Marks 8.1 /10 Rating – https://icomarks.com/ico/ice-rock-mining
Track ICO 4.4 /5 – https://www.trackico.io/ico/ice-rock-mining/
Here are some interviews with the team: