Eobot – A Crypto Exchange and Cost Effective Cloud Mining Solution

Eobot, is a long-time cloud mining operator and a favorite among cloud miners. Blokt takes a look at why this crypto exchange and cloud mining service has stood the test of time.


Mining Bitcoin and other Proof of Work (PoW) cryptocurrencies has traditionally required users to invest in expensive mining hardware, called ASICs, to mine new coins.

eobot featured ImageInstead, some operators are using cloud mining solutions, which require little to no hardware to maintain, produce no heat and require virtually zero electricity for the user – with the cloud mining operator providing the hardware hashing power.

One veteran cloud mining operator, Eobot, is a firm favorite among cloud miners, and in this article, we’ll take a look at why this cloud mining and exchange service has stood the test of time.

What is Eobot?

Eobot, is a cloud mining service and cryptocurrency exchange launched in 2013 in the USA. Eobot is browser-based, but also has apps available for both Android and iOS.

With over 2,2 million total users, and thousands of users online daily, Eobot both a real-time exchange allowing trading between multiple different digital assets and a sophisticated mining service for a huge range of digital assets.

The Eobot Exchange

Eobot doesn’t offer your usual trading experience. Instead, Eobot offers more savvy cryptocurrency users the chance to exchange any of Eobot’s supported assets between each other.

Eobot supports a wide range of cryptocurrency assets
Eobot supports a wide range of cryptocurrency assets

This is especially beneficial for cryptocurrency miners, who may switch the coins they are mining frequently to remain profitable. For example, users that were mining Ethereum could swap there ETH tokens via Eobot for BTC or any other supported crypto.

Users will notice that the exchange user interface is very simple. This is because Eobot is predominantly aimed towards mining pool operators, or users of Eobot’s cloud mining service, and not towards high volume trading.

The result is an easy to use and utilitarian exchange facility which makes trading between assets on Eobot quick and easy.

Eobot exchange asset support

Eobot users can trade a huge range of assets on the platform, including:

Eobot exchange asset support - Source: Shutterstock.com
Eobot exchange asset support – Source: Shutterstock.com
  • Bitcoin (BTC)
  • Ethereum (ETH)
  • Litecoin (LTC)
  • Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
  • Dogecoin (DOGE)
  • Ripple (XRP)
  • Dash (DASH)
  • Tron (TRX)
  • Cardano (ADA)
  • NEM
  • Monero (XMR)
  • Zcash (ZEC)
  • EOS
In addition to several other digital assets. Whilst Eobot’s exchange has limited asset support compared to say, Binance or Bittrex, the assets on offer reflect those available to Eobot’s cloud mining service, which we’ll explore later.

Eobot crypto faucet

Exchange users can also make use of Eobot’s faucet feature, which gives out a small amount of a random free cryptocurrency to users once per day, which is a novel feature to keep users coming back to Eobot daily.

Deposits and Withdrawals

Deposits in fiat currencies are currently not supported on Eobot, due to varying international laws surrounding cryptocurrencies. In particular, as Eobot is USA based, they must comply with MSB and FinCen regulations.

Users can instead make deposits in any supported digital asset which trades on Eobot. If you need to get started buying your first crypto to use Eobot, see our beginners guide on how to buy Bitcoin.

Withdrawal and deposit limits on Eobot.
Withdrawal and deposit limits on Eobot.

Withdrawals can be made in 20 of the supported cryptocurrencies on Eobot, covering most of the major assets. For those who wish to withdraw their balance of a different asset, they would first have to exchange their funds for another asset on Eobot which supports withdrawals.

There’s very low minimum limits on withdrawals, for example, 0.002 BTC, 0.05 ETH, and 0.1 LTC. Maximum withdrawals, like most exchanges, are dependent on individual users verification level, starting at a maximum of $2,000 per day as shown below.

To increase daily withdrawal limits, users must manually contact Eobot support.


There are no monthly fees or membership fees to use Eobot’s exchange service. However, every trade made on the exchange is charged a flat 5% fee. This may initially appear higher than some other exchanges, but Eobot’s major benefit is the ability to trade any of its supported assets between each other.

All exchanges made via the Eobot network will also incur miner’s fees, which will be highly dependent on the blockchain which the respective cryptocurrency being traded belongs to – so watch out for these fees.

Eobot’s Cloud Mining Pool

Eobot’s main focus, which it’s exchange function operates as a feature of, is cloud mining services.

Cloud mining allows users to mine cryptocurrencies using a remote datacenter, through a third party Cloud Mining service. Although fees are typically high for cloud mining, with the mining service receiving a large portion of mined funds, it allows users to mine cryptocurrency without buying expensive hardware.

Eobot’s Cloud Mining Pool - Source: Shutterstock.com
Eobot’s Cloud Mining Pool – Source: Shutterstock.com

Eobot runs a highly popular and cost-effective cloud mining service, which mines and hashes proof of work (PoW) cryptocurrency with initial start-up costs starting at $10. Likewise, users of Eobot’s cloud mining service can mine cryptocurrencies which are based on SHA-256 or Scrypt algorithms.

Eobot’s cloud mining service can be rented on a 10 year down to a 24 hour time period, with immediate results and mining updates every 60 seconds.

Cloud mining supported assets

Eobot supports a wide range of assets via its cloud mining service, including:

In addition to 14 other assets, all of which are available to swap via Eobot’s exchange service.

Cloud mining fees

Eobot charge fees for its cloud mining services, to cover both electricity and maintenance costs incurred by them.

In short, these fees are equivalent to around 50% of a users earnings, however, the actual sum is a little more complicated than that, based around how many gigahashes per second (GH/s) users require, and what model of Antminer hardware (a type of ASIC) mining runs on.

Cloud mining fees - Source: Shutterstock.com
Cloud mining fees – Source: Shutterstock.com

Here’s a table detailing some of the costs of Eobot’s mining service:

GHS Antminer Model (ASIC) Fee (%)
2.0 S5 100%
3.0 S7 100%
4.0 S9 100%
5.0 S15 50%
6.0 S17 34%
Note that a few of the fees above have reached 100% – as the difficulty of mining increases, and the Antminer models progress, some methods of mining will become economically impossible to sustain, and Eobot will effectively cancel that contract.

However, Eobot still provides information on past cloud mining contracts, as it’s interesting to see how mining has progressed over time.

Eobot Security

Eobot has an impeccable security record, and according to its F.A.Q, they have never been compromised during a hack. Despite being operational since May 2013, Eobot has never suffered a critical attack on its site.

Eobot Security - Source: Shutterstock.com
Eobot Security – Source: Shutterstock.com

For account safety, Eobot enables email 2FA as standard, though users can also opt to enable Google 2FA or Authy. It also has a number of other safety features.

Bug Bounty

Eobot provides transparency to its users by displaying all the ‘hot wallet’ funds which are on the site at any given time, which it calls the ‘Public Audit’. This list is refreshed every 60 seconds. This allows users to see how much crypto capital is ‘at risk’ at any given time on Eobot.

Likewise, Eobot runs a bug bounty program through Hackerone. So far, no bugs have been identified in Eobot’s code.

Hack Wallet

In the unlikely event that Eobot is hacked, its ‘Hacker policy’ takes effect. In this scenario, Eobot has a 17 BTC emergency fund held in cold storage, around $100,000 at the time of writing.

The cold wallet is completely isolated from Eobot’s codebase and acts as an option of last resort to reimburse affected users in an exchange hack. The hack wallet is separate from Eobot’s main wallet, which is also held in cold storage, of 165 BTC.

Our Verdict

Overall, for its primary user base, which is mining pool operators and cloud mining pool users, Eobot provides an easy to use and complete suite of tools for mining, transacting and exchanging cryptocurrencies via cloud-based services.

Its user interface is simple, but as it’s aimed predominantly towards tech-savvy blockchain enthusiasts, this doesn’t detract from the user experience and feels comparable to sites such as Bitcointalk, which has likewise been a firm favorite of avid Bitcoin users.

Our Verdict - Source: Shutterstock.com
Our Verdict – Source: Shutterstock.com

In terms of fund security, Eobot’s track record speaks for itself, with no critical hacks ever having occurred on the site. Whilst this might make some operators complacent, Eobot is aware that code flaws may happen, and have an insurance fund ready to reimburse users in that eventuality.

In conclusion, for those looking to mine cryptocurrencies as a side project or to generate income without buying expensive hardware and incurring serious electricity costs, Eobot is a perfect choice with a large range of supported assets, easy deposits, and withdrawals, and an easy to use exchange function.


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