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December 03, 2017, 04:35:09 PM
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Hello

I am interested to invest and buy miner and to host it in USA ( I am not from USA ) ( or maybe in Europe )
Do you know any places or farms that there is an option to host?
I am looking for the best place to host the miners. ( Electricity price ) I understand that from state to state it have different prices

And i tough maybe to rent a factory for the miners Maybe you know a Good  places?
I am looking for host my miners
Thank you for your help!   

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December 03, 2017, 05:02:20 PM
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i have question maybe like your question is how can me mining with my server hostinger its possible or not possible i think its possible and if you know scripte or software to start mining on my hosting

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December 08, 2017, 06:58:13 AM
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I will answer in some way like this that Bitcoin miners use special software to solve complex math problems and are given a certain number of Bitcoins in exchange. The software code behind Bitcoin has a built-in brake pedal, cutting the creation of Bitcoin in half every four years, and would ultimately limit the total number of Bitcoin to 21 million by 2140.
I don’t want you to see Bitcoin as a speculative bubble or a fad which celebrities have taken to, but an idea which democratises the creation and use of money, and eliminates banks and other third parties.
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