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GLBSE is down, and so is PureMining, which used to give deterministic hash rate yields.

What are the alternatives? If someone wants to invest in Bitcoin mining, but doesn't want to own & operate a mining rig, what is a good way for him to do this?

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You could use https://btct.co/ which is a virtual stock exchange similar to GLBSE.

  • Are there good mining bonds? Anything deterministic and reputable? – ripper234 Apr 1 '13 at 8:28
  • I hold Cognitive bonds. Up until now I got payed regularly. Whether this is the best investment I don't know. (I'm not affiliated with Cognitive). – torusJKL Apr 1 '13 at 13:47

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