ASUS Wants Gamers To Mine Cryptocurrency Even Though They Don’t Play Game

The Taiwanese manufacturer is now encouraging gamers to mine cryptocurrency when they’re not playing games.

One of the latest technology ASUS, to hop on the cryptocurrency mining bandwagon. The gamers will be able to use their idle graphics cards to mine cryptocurrency. Through this, they can convert their earnings through PayPal or WeChat. Quantumcloud developed the software.

The details about which cryptocurrencies will be able to mine are not yet disclosed. As per ASUS, the whole operation is GDPR-compliant. This means that Quantum doesn’t store any sensitive customer information.

Also, the gamers earnings are unfolding. And whether ASUS or Quantumcloud will keep any cut from their mining profits is not clear. It is also foreseen that the gamers shouldn’t dream of creating a fortune from this activity. Quantumcloud further elaborates saying

You won’t get rich quick, but you can earn some easy money with your idle GPUs.

A disclaimer in a press release shared with Hard Fork notes that ASUS and Quantumcloud do not “guarantee that users of its software will make any earnings or profit,” warning that users are responsible for “considering their own usage costs.”

As of now, ASUS is the only manufacturer looking forward to profiting from the cryptocurrency hype. Recently, rival AMD launched a dedicated blockchain explainer page. But the fact is, the whole thing was an elaborate marketing stunt to get people to buy its mining hardware.

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Elena R

Elena is an expert in technical analysis and risk management in cryptocurrency market. She has 10+year experience in writing - accordingly she is avid journalists with a passion towards researching new insights coming into crypto erena.

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