ASUS has announced that it has started it’s strategic partnership with Quantumcloud, a startup that allows gamers to use their idle graphics cards to mine cryptocurrency and receive digital cash payout through PayPal or WeChat.
Quantumcloud stands apart from other mining apps by keeping customer data safe and being extremely easy to use. As part of its pledge to protect user data, Quantumcloud launched with GDPR compliance in place and does not require customers to create a unique login. Instead, customers use their existing PayPal or WeChat account to log in and collect their earnings. To simplify the user experience, digital wallet management, cryptocurrency mining mix, currency conversions, and fiat transfers are all integrated into the back-end of the Quantumcloud software.
For more information about Quantumcloud, head here or contact your local ASUS representative.
Here’s the catch:
Quantum Cloud International Pte. Ltd. (Quantumcloud) does not guarantee that users of its software will make any earnings or profit, nor does Quatumcloud guarantee any particular financial outcome for users. Users must consider their own usage costs, such as electricity, and make their own judgements about how to use Quantumcloud software. Earning rates may change based on the performance of the cryptocurrency market and cannot be guaranteed or influenced in any way by Quantumcloud. Quantumcloud, its parent company, investors, employees, and “affiliated” partners hold no responsibility for users’ profits or losses. User rights and responsibilities with respect to the use of Quantumcloud are subject to Terms and Conditions, which will be agreed upon before Quantum cloud is used.