Ormeus Coin(ORME), is it a good buy?

Ormeus Coin is a coin based on industrial Cryptocurrency mining. They use much of the money gained from mining to buy more hardware to increase their hashing power and they have a good roadmap of cards, wallets, and other services they want to provide but their main product is tied to cryptocurrency mining. They are a fully audited operation and are built on the ERC20 platform. They’ve achieved 60 pentahash and are looking to go as high as 250 pentahash by the end of this year. This currently produces over 8 million dollars in revenue per month and they are targeting over $500 million in revenue per month by Q1 of 2019.
Right now the price has recently increased by over 100% and is slowly coming back down so I would not buy it until it comes down a little further towards its center line of $1.20 but it could shoot way up if the price of Bitcoin rises. Since the profits generated from this mining operation is tied to Bitcoin, Dash, and Litecoin, it will go up and down with the price of those coins. This, however, brings up the issue that as you get further along in the Blockchain, those coins are going to become harder and harder to mine and will require more hashing power and energy costs. The value of your company is also tied directly to the value of other Cryptocurrencies and not your own operations so there is danger involved. Also, many popular new coins are becoming proof of stake and not proof of work which cuts mining largely out of the equation. These facts make mining operations questionable investments beyond the 1.5 year timeframe.
I do think, however, that at least through the rest of this year and early next year, it will be a profitable venture and would be a good investment in that time frame but beyond 2019, I am not sure about the Crypto mining industry so if I was looking to cash in on this coin, I would look to the next 1 to 1.5 years as the timeframe.

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