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April 23, 2018, 10:34:25 AM
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Since this year January, we are working on a project in cooperation with the Moldovan government (Transnistrian Autonomous Region) to sell their excess electricity to large scale miners. As some of you guys know (https://eadaily.com/en/news/2018/02/02/transnistria-legalizes-cryptocurrency-and-waiting-for-investors), in Transnistria they passed a law at the end of January, which legalizes and supports blockchain related activities, including setting up exchanges or running mining facilities.

The law lists several incentives for companies in the cryptoindustry:

- tax-free mining operation
- zero import duty on mining-related hardware
- visa free stay for employees
- support to build the appropriate facilities, if needed
- rent-free use of existing buildings for mining operation


Our company, MS-DB Energy (http://wepowercrypto.io/) is a licensed company tasked to sell excess electricity to miners up to 15 GW.

Currently we are finalizing pricing, the legal documents including warranties for miners, the terms&conditions, and uploading power plant images+parameters, and available building images for hosting mining operation.

The project is near to kickstart and feel free to contact us if you are interested or you like to work with us. In the following weeks we plan to start promoting the project via press releases, display ads and present the project to the whole community and of course to the heavy hitters in the mining industry.

We have some docs uploaded, feel free to check it out: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/0bnl2d7sgy4jjnp/AABlwkGAIzg3pU3gIvJ3FUcaa?dl=0

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April 24, 2018, 06:49:45 AM
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That's very good news.

I just want to ask if Moldovan government is somehow related or cooperate with the Romanian government.

If so, maybe we are about to see Romanians take similar decisions about blockchain.

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April 25, 2018, 01:59:30 PM
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This is good news for Crypto Space, there is another Government who support blockchain and crypto space as a whole.

Our company, MS-DB Energy (http://wepowercrypto.io/) is a licensed company tasked to sell excess electricity to miners up to 15 GW.

Currently we are finalizing pricing, the legal documents including warranties for miners, the terms&conditions, and uploading power plant images+parameters, and available building images for hosting mining operation.

The project is near to kickstart and feel free to contact us if you are interested or you like to work with us. In the following weeks we plan to start promoting the project via press releases, display ads and present the project to the whole community and of course to the heavy hitters in the mining industry.
We have some docs uploaded, feel free to check it out: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/0bnl2d7sgy4jjnp/AABlwkGAIzg3pU3gIvJ3FUcaa?dl=0

You said that your company will sell excess electricity up to 15 GW, are you serious with this figure? I check your website, it can not be accessed.Network error then I can not see your further information, just to see document shared on your dropbox.
I need to know how many power plant built to provide excess power up to 15 GW, this is big figure as 1 nuclear power plant can generate 1-3 GW while coal power plant in average for lgib capacity around 1 GW.
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June 11, 2018, 10:42:40 PM
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That's very good news.

I just want to ask if Moldovan government is somehow related or cooperate with the Romanian government.

If so, maybe we are about to see Romanians take similar decisions about blockchain.

Hi Naida,

Currently we have no information about that, however we had a request from the local central bank too to present the project and talk about how they could use blockchain.
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June 11, 2018, 10:44:32 PM
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This is good news for Crypto Space, there is another Government who support blockchain and crypto space as a whole.

Our company, MS-DB Energy (http://wepowercrypto.io/) is a licensed company tasked to sell excess electricity to miners up to 15 GW.

Currently we are finalizing pricing, the legal documents including warranties for miners, the terms&conditions, and uploading power plant images+parameters, and available building images for hosting mining operation.

The project is near to kickstart and feel free to contact us if you are interested or you like to work with us. In the following weeks we plan to start promoting the project via press releases, display ads and present the project to the whole community and of course to the heavy hitters in the mining industry.
We have some docs uploaded, feel free to check it out: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/0bnl2d7sgy4jjnp/AABlwkGAIzg3pU3gIvJ3FUcaa?dl=0

You said that your company will sell excess electricity up to 15 GW, are you serious with this figure? I check your website, it can not be accessed.Network error then I can not see your further information, just to see document shared on your dropbox.
I need to know how many power plant built to provide excess power up to 15 GW, this is big figure as 1 nuclear power plant can generate 1-3 GW while coal power plant in average for lgib capacity around 1 GW.

Hi - sorry for the delay.

The site is up and running and yes the figures are correct. If you pm me I can send you more details.
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June 12, 2018, 03:06:55 AM
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this is great, however not within my vicinity - best of luck though!

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June 12, 2018, 09:25:49 AM
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this is great, however not within my vicinity - best of luck though!

Yes indeed, it is a bit off the grid, but that is what we are planning to change.
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June 12, 2018, 09:26:39 AM
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Two weeks ago we had our first delegation from China and they are moving in ->

https://novostipmr.com/ru/news/18-05-28/dolgosrochnoe-vzaimovygodnoe-sotrudnichestvo
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June 12, 2018, 12:19:53 PM
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Our company, MS-DB Energy (http://wepowercrypto.io/) is a licensed company tasked to sell excess electricity to miners up to 15 GW.
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I found it hard to believe a country with 3.5 million inhabitants has that much excess electricty, so I did some digging.
Indexmundi shows Moldova has an installed electricity generating capacity of about 0.5 GW. You're claiming to sell an excess capacity 30 times higher than the entire country's power production.

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June 13, 2018, 12:06:12 AM
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Our company, MS-DB Energy (http://wepowercrypto.io/) is a licensed company tasked to sell excess electricity to miners up to 15 GW.
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I found it hard to believe a country with 3.5 million inhabitants has that much excess electricty, so I did some digging.
Indexmundi shows Moldova has an installed electricity generating capacity of about 0.5 GW. You're claiming to sell an excess capacity 30 times higher than the entire country's power production.

The stat excludes Transnistria. We deal with Transnistria. A little hint: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kuchurgan_power_station and there are several hydro power stations + the blocks phased out after the collapse of USSR.
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June 13, 2018, 05:34:28 AM
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The stat excludes Transnistria.
I saw that, but it's not enough to cover 15 GW excess power.

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We deal with Transnistria. A little hint: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kuchurgan_power_station and there are several hydro power stations + the blocks phased out after the collapse of USSR.
From your link: it produces 2,520 MW, and covers 83%  of Moldova's electricity. The 2.5 GW being 83% adds up to the 0.5 GW of the rest of the country. I still see no evidence of 15 GW excess power.

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June 13, 2018, 07:05:16 AM
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The stat excludes Transnistria.
I saw that, but it's not enough to cover 15 GW excess power.

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We deal with Transnistria. A little hint: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kuchurgan_power_station and there are several hydro power stations + the blocks phased out after the collapse of USSR.
From your link: it produces 2,520 MW, and covers 83%  of Moldova's electricity. The 2.5 GW being 83% adds up to the 0.5 GW of the rest of the country. I still see no evidence of 15 GW excess power.

Hello,

I can dig up for you more data from the official sources, approved by officials if you prefer, well, of course only if they approve to share it. I do not have intention to talk BS here or mislead anyone. By the way, we ask everyone who is seriously interested to come and check things out personally.
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June 13, 2018, 07:33:25 AM
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I can dig up for you more data from the official sources, approved by officials if you prefer, well, of course only if they approve to share it. I do not have intention to talk BS here or mislead anyone. By the way, we ask everyone who is seriously interested to come and check things out personally.
It's just that 15 GW is an extraordinary claim, and extraordinary claims require a very convincing story.
I don't think it's possible for the average person to "come and check" an available 15 GW. Most people have no idea how much power that is, and what kind of facilities you need to produce it.
I do have quite an idea, which is why I find it very hard to believe a small country has 15 GW excess power.

To be clear: I'm not doubting (or confirming) any other part of your business, just the 15 GW.

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