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1  Bitcoin / Mining speculation / Sourcing lowest electric prices on: March 19, 2018, 12:43:04 AM
Anyone know how to look up where has the lowest prices for electric? I've found a few sites, but nothing that seemed concrete. Looking to set up a bigger farm nearby, and want to suss out the best locations.

Cheers.
2  Bitcoin / Mining speculation / How did you make the jump to the next level? on: March 16, 2018, 03:04:02 AM
How did you progress your mining to a sizable level? 20+ miners


Going from one to two to three miners at home is a fairly simple process. The next step seems to be the hardest part though. Balancing overhead of rent, electric, isp, and misc costs at a level that allows you to continue growth (amount of miners) seems quite difficult.

Talked about this at length today with someone in a similar space. We’re not both idiots, so how did you guys do it?

At the moment quite maths leads me to believe you must possess somewhere around 10+ miners to make it worth it to not host somewhere else. That’s not an insignicant investment!

Any tips on making the next leap would be masssively appreciated.

Cheers.
3  Economy / Service Discussion / Source for data centers in Pennsylvania on: February 20, 2018, 05:13:46 AM
If anyone can point me in the right direction for hosting facilities that handle s9's please let me know. So far it's been like throwing a dart at a map for figuring out who does what at x pricing.

Not interesting in hosting privately; looking for large professional(secure and accountable) facilities that are up for s9 hosting as well.

If this is the wrong place to ask, I apologize. Thanks
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