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October 23, 2015, 02:34:36 PM
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Testing the water to see if a serious buyer is out there.

We have a 2 MW facility with the cheapest power in the continental US.  Currently running at 1.6 PH/s, split between Spondoolies SPxx, Bitmain S4+ and S5+. 

The 1.6 PH/s installed consumes approximately 800 kW, leaving 1.2 MW available for expansion.  When I say expansion, I mean literally put the machine on the rack and plug it in.  Everything is in place.....no more build-out is necessary. 

This is a turnkey solution for a individual or business to become a serious player overnight. 

Obviously the price tag is well north of $1,000,000, so please, SERIOUS responses and inquiries only. 


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October 23, 2015, 03:07:48 PM
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Testing the water to see if a serious buyer is out there.

We have a 2 MW facility with the cheapest power in the continental US.  Currently running at 1.6 PH/s, split between Spondoolies SPxx, Bitmain S4+ and S5+. 

The 1.6 PH/s installed consumes approximately 800 kW, leaving 1.2 MW available for expansion.  When I say expansion, I mean literally put the machine on the rack and plug it in.  Everything is in place.....no more build-out is necessary. 

This is a turnkey solution for a individual or business to become a serious player overnight. 

Obviously the price tag is well north of $1,000,000, so please, SERIOUS responses and inquiries only. 



What state is this located? What is the efficiency on the gear?

Also since you say you have the cheapest power, if my power is cheaper do you provide a discount on the facility?  Grin

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October 23, 2015, 03:12:58 PM
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Testing the water to see if a serious buyer is out there.

We have a 2 MW facility with the cheapest power in the continental US.  Currently running at 1.6 PH/s, split between Spondoolies SPxx, Bitmain S4+ and S5+. 

The 1.6 PH/s installed consumes approximately 800 kW, leaving 1.2 MW available for expansion.  When I say expansion, I mean literally put the machine on the rack and plug it in.  Everything is in place.....no more build-out is necessary. 

This is a turnkey solution for a individual or business to become a serious player overnight. 

Obviously the price tag is well north of $1,000,000, so please, SERIOUS responses and inquiries only. 



What state is this located? What is the efficiency on the gear?

Also since you say you have the cheapest power, if my power is cheaper do you provide a discount on the facility?  Grin

We are in the Northwest. 

The efficiency of the gear is public record......just look up the specs on the listed equipment.  We average approximately .5w/GH

If you have cheaper power than us, I would be stunned!  you can PM me with a number if you like, and I can let you know. 

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October 23, 2015, 08:21:34 PM
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Testing the water to see if a serious buyer is out there.

We have a 2 MW facility with the cheapest power in the continental US.  Currently running at 1.6 PH/s, split between Spondoolies SPxx, Bitmain S4+ and S5+. 

The 1.6 PH/s installed consumes approximately 800 kW, leaving 1.2 MW available for expansion.  When I say expansion, I mean literally put the machine on the rack and plug it in.  Everything is in place.....no more build-out is necessary. 

This is a turnkey solution for a individual or business to become a serious player overnight. 

Obviously the price tag is well north of $1,000,000, so please, SERIOUS responses and inquiries only. 



What state is this located? What is the efficiency on the gear?

Also since you say you have the cheapest power, if my power is cheaper do you provide a discount on the facility?  Grin

We are in the Northwest. 

The efficiency of the gear is public record......just look up the specs on the listed equipment.  We average approximately .5w/GH

If you have cheaper power than us, I would be stunned!  you can PM me with a number if you like, and I can let you know. 

I am going to talk to a few people on my side, and see if we may want to go make an offer.

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MC

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