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September 04, 2018, 03:27:41 PM
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Hello Miners,

I am European living in middle Asia ( country ends with ...stan). Moved here couple weeks ago to get the idea of crypto mining here. It seems that I will be able to get the licensing sorted out this month, and would be able to benefit from a really cheap electricity rate here.

I will be able to host S9 for around 55$/month including everything. However, nothing is certain yet and will be known in next week or two.

I am looking for a medium-sized farm (1-3 MW) that would be willing to relocate. Unfortunately, the country doesn't have enough electricity to support big mines, and the maximum I should be able to get is up to 10 MW of power. The internet and electricity are stable.

This is not a scam offer, please PM me and we can discuss everything with real identities. Or leave your phone number and I will give you a call.
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September 06, 2018, 09:04:39 AM
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Hello there, first of all I would like to congrate you for following your dream and move to middle Asia. Being European myself I know it could be easy to stay put, as it is more comfortable option  Wink

I am new to mining, so have lot to learn but have few questions (they might be a bit primitive  Grin ):

Is that hosting miner per person or is performance split between users?
Will it be ok to use it with nicehash?
Also, why would you not use nicehash yourself and save yourself the trouble of finding customers and managing everything? Plus you get more out a month...

Thanks and good luck

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September 08, 2018, 08:05:31 AM
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Hello there, first of all I would like to congrate you for following your dream and move to middle Asia. Being European myself I know it could be easy to stay put, as it is more comfortable option  Wink

I am new to mining, so have lot to learn but have few questions (they might be a bit primitive  Grin ):

Is that hosting miner per person or is performance split between users?
Will it be ok to use it with nicehash?
Also, why would you not use nicehash yourself and save yourself the trouble of finding customers and managing everything? Plus you get more out a month...

Thanks and good luck



That is the specific price for S9 per month per unit. Each miner uses a different amount of electricity and hosting is priced differently. Alternatively, I could price per KW of power per month.

Yes, its okay to use nicehash. Well besides changing the algorithm, there are other challenges for bigger mines, for example, hardware failures. I am not offering a pool service here but maintenance of physical devices.

I am not sure if I answered your questions, we might be talking about different things.
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