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April 22, 2013, 08:20:38 AM
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Hi all,

At the end of this week I will finish the building out of a commercial data center specifically for mining rigs and ASICs. I'm already hosting 8 Avalons and 3400 watts of LTC miners that will be at this location. I have invested in a 36,000 BTU 240v portable A/C to cool down the server room, and have fitted it with 7 240v 30a circuits for mining rigs/ASICs. I am getting a security system with 24/7 monitoring for the safety of all equipment.

This service could be used by a bunch of different types of people... people that don't know much about mining (I can do all the technical stuff for you), people too lazy to set up a bunch of rigs  Wink, people that have no space their house, people who have overloaded their circuits at home with mining rigs, cn't stand the sound of all the fans, etc.

- I am offering to host any ASIC or GPU mining rig (ALT coin or BTC) for a no strings attached 7% fee of profits. This fee would come out after the cost of power has been subtracted and any pool fee has been accounted for (you can specify which pool.)

- You pay shipping both ways- to get any mining hardware here to me and then back to you whenever you'd like to cancel the hosting (to avoid people sending and then wanting me to send their equipment back the next day.)

- I can build rigs for you if you can provide the capital and then host them in the data center if you are looking to go that route, or can you ship me your existing mining hardware.

Let me know if you have any questions or would be interested in making a hosting arrangement.



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April 22, 2013, 12:00:40 PM
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Pics? General location? Give an example for a 5 GH/s or 8 GH/s machine, and maybe another example for those with Avalons 60 GH/s.

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April 22, 2013, 10:46:33 PM
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Pics? General location? Give an example for a 5 GH/s or 8 GH/s machine, and maybe another example for those with Avalons 60 GH/s.

Hi,

I can provide pictures soon when I'm done moving into the commercial space, I am not done setting everything up yet.

I am located in Texas (USA) with an average electricity rate of .10-.12 per Kw

The fee (no matter what mining device the hosting plan is for) will be %7 of profits after electricity costs are taken out.

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February 07, 2014, 10:51:22 PM
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Sorry to bump such an old thread, but I'm looking to rent some GPU hosting and was wondering if any progress was made.

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