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February 22, 2017, 09:44:19 PM
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There are several large hosting providers in WA state and another large one in Montana. They all have minimums of around 100kw of gear but the all have been in business about three years and have great operations. The challenge is you have to be big enough to get in. I would guess the 100KW is probably for friends and family and 200KW for strangers.
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February 23, 2017, 04:14:43 AM
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We also have fully managed hosting service flat rate at $57/kw (Same Price for 1 unit - 1000 units)
You can control your mining pool and monitor status 24/7
Monthly Payment
Antminer products will receive free repair while in hosting.  (pointing to any rental service servers, multipool style, self operated proxy, or alt coin will void this free repair offer)

*String: hosting until mining revenue is less than the hosting price.  Early shipout available after 6 months, however, there will be $50 disconnect fee and shipping fee of about $75 per unit for shipping fee to USA address.

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October 24, 2017, 05:17:19 PM
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Ive seen talk of cheap places in the usa to host mining gear, eg: Washington state and/or Wyoming etc where electricity is very affordable (close proximity to hydro etc).

Can anyone recommend any datacenters or hosting locations that may be suitable for bitcoin mining gear ? and some example prices?

of course, im looking for reliable power and cooling, and affordable per KW rates, and racks with capability for dense power.

thanks

Greetings All,
We are currently reaching out to BitCoin Mining Hosting organizations like yourselves to present expansion opportunities, as well as to discuss your pricing and technical requirements for your colocation space(s). We are a Global Provider with a very large footprint, offering affordable network and power costs and would love to discuss your expansion goals.

If interested, please feel free to contact me directly.

Kind regards,
Chris
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