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July 01, 2017, 07:46:36 AM
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I have one S9, currently, and an incoming L3+ that I would like to send to a host.  

This has worked well in the past and the individual I use for my other units is full.  

Does anybody have a lead or know somebody reputable or have negative experiences to share?

The ideal situation would be:
  • month-to-month
  • pay in BTC or PayPal
  • VPN access
  • positive reputation

I appreciate hearing your thoughts on the subject and potentially introducing me to someone.  I can't have these in the house.  

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September 01, 2017, 07:33:02 PM
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I am looking around too. If you have found a service please let me know.
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September 21, 2017, 08:06:06 PM
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September 24, 2017, 02:11:09 PM
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It looks like all of the facilities are full, unless you want to add 100+ miners to their racks.  GigaWatt is opening more space in January.  

I'm going to rent a warehouse and put about 20 to 40 miners in it.  I may consider hosting to pay the rent on the building, but we'll see what I find.
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September 24, 2017, 02:20:06 PM
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It looks like all of the facilities are full, unless you want to add 100+ miners to their racks.  GigaWatt is opening more space in January. 

I'm going to rent a warehouse and put about 20 to 40 miners in it. 

If you're renting and setting up your own hardware, you could host 3 miners for me perhaps?
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September 24, 2017, 02:22:51 PM
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If you're renting and setting up your own hardware, you could host 3 miners for me perhaps?

I'll have to see what the numbers look like - mostly electricity and extra switches.  It's something I'd be open to considering, but probably not for a few months at best.
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I found these guys that do it. Smiley You have to call or fill out the contact form but I have 10 bitminers in their datacenter.
www.datacomspecialists.com
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September 26, 2017, 07:01:01 PM
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Does the country matters for you? Btw in this country Bitfury built great datacenter. Well, I know one man who has some free space in Bitfury's zone, he is mining and is seriously in this job. If you want ask him if he accepts your proposal. And the country I am talking about is Georgia. Here is the profile link of that man: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=71831

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October 12, 2017, 03:57:39 PM
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Newbie question:

I have a 10x10 cage and two 42U cabinets in a NYC datacenter for an existing business. We are quickly migrating most of our applications to AWS, so there is a lot of empty space in the colo facility. Would it be worth it for me to get some mining hardware in there to offset the cost of the unused space? Also, would the existing power (multiple 110v power strips per cabinet) be sufficient?
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October 18, 2017, 05:50:46 PM
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Does the country matters for you? Btw in this country Bitfury built great datacenter. Well, I know one man who has some free space in Bitfury's zone, he is mining and is seriously in this job. If you want ask him if he accepts your proposal. And the country I am talking about is Georgia. Here is the profile link of that man: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=71831

I would prefer to keep them in North America.  I think Georgia has came out favorably to crypto.  I'll check out his profile and may get back to you.

GigaWatt has a couple of openings in January, but they're are doing some weird ICO thing where they want you to pay in their tokens.  I don't really understand that I have four D3s coming next month.  I'm thinking about building out a place in the basement for about 10.  I don't want to wait until January w/ the consistent jumps in difficulty.

Do you have any miners with the individual in Georgia?
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October 18, 2017, 05:51:31 PM
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Newbie question:

I have a 10x10 cage and two 42U cabinets in a NYC datacenter for an existing business. We are quickly migrating most of our applications to AWS, so there is a lot of empty space in the colo facility. Would it be worth it for me to get some mining hardware in there to offset the cost of the unused space? Also, would the existing power (multiple 110v power strips per cabinet) be sufficient?

If you run 110, you'll need to get an ATX power supply.  The ASIC PSUs are designed for 220.

I've looked into rented space in a data center and I've found it wouldn't be cost-effective, but if you already have the space ... it could work out.  The biggest additional expense would be the electricity.
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December 20, 2017, 08:39:57 AM
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Hi

We have 1 Megawatt capacity (around 700 machines) in the largest Tier 3 Data center in Iceland which is very secure and safe.

If any of you wants to have space to host their miners, get in touch with me in Whatsapp +44 7452718805 or ajay at sweans.com

Because of high demand, this will be sold out soon. For questions contact me asap. For VAT and import and hosting things.

Ajay
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December 20, 2017, 09:22:05 PM
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Hey man,


We currently running a colocation facility out of Utah, US. We have plenty of room and power. You can go ahead and check out our site for more information https://coingeeks.io/


You can email us with any questions at sales@coingeeks.com


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January 22, 2018, 08:59:00 PM
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We open data center in Serbia we have extra 2MWatts transformer and around 2700 sqmetar of space ,,,Security 24/7( armed), technical support  24/7 ( one man on 100 units), geothermal cooling system, 3-in 1 redundant internet full packet, all of this for 85 Euro per installed Kw ,,,this will be for one S9 117 Euro per month please welcome. My email is goranenergy47@gmail.com
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January 28, 2018, 02:19:23 AM
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I'm going to rent a warehouse.  I may have some extra space to colocate a few miners. I'm looking for a place now and will need to build it out. The goal is to have it up and running by the end of April/May.  Let me know if anybody is interested.  If I do end up hosting, it'd be 8.3c KW/h and $50 per month.  This would help cover the extra upfront costs and additional insurance. 

I'll post more information as it develops.
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January 28, 2018, 06:22:46 AM
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Sr.Urbanist, please message me. I can't message you since I'm a newbie. Smiley
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January 28, 2018, 03:43:23 PM
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Sr.Urbanist, please message me. I can't message you since I'm a newbie. Smiley

It doesn't work for me to send, either ...

Do you have a miner you're interested in having hosted?
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February 09, 2018, 01:11:59 AM
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I am using this one. Finnaly something that I can pay

http://minernow.us/
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March 12, 2018, 10:24:00 PM
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Hey there. Would love to schedule a call to let you know how we can help you out. Learn more about our colocation services here, http://www.miningdx.com.

What are your hosting and electricity prices?
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March 13, 2018, 01:50:30 AM
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Anyone out there that is co-hosting at a location mind sharing the prices they are paying?  and current state they are in?

I've looked at a few links on here and prices seem pretty high in compared to what you would mine (service charge of $100 plus, not counting power/etc). 

Thanks

Hey there. Would love to schedule a call to let you know how we can help you out. Learn more about our colocation services here, http://www.miningdx.com.

What are your hosting and electricity prices?
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