Cryptocurrency mining services provider Argo Blockchain PLC (LON:ARGO) has launched two new coins on its platform, taking the total number of alt-currencies on its site to six.
Subscribers will be available to mine the new coins, called Komodo and Horizen, from October 1.
Both were added to the Argo platform following strong customer demand and were bench-tested for efficiency, the company said.
The two new additions follow the recent expansion of Argo’s mining platform with new hardware which delivers “significantly greater energy efficiency and capability to provide a wide choice of alt-currencies”.
President and co-founder Mike Edwards said: “The addition of these currencies is a further step in Argo's long-term goal to become a leading global provider of an easy-to-use and transparent crypto-mining service for the general public.
“Our growth strategy is customer-led and we look forward to offering even more choice as demand grows and we invest in our platform.”
Argo's customers are currently able to mine Bitcoin Gold, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic and Zcash through its monthly subscription, cloud-based mining-as-a-software service.