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August 10, 2018, 11:34:53 PM
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Just another 16 year old kid pretending to be a CEO... lol

I actually gave my info, you can look me up on linked or facebook.

I've been running a farm for 2 years, started from my basement with 1 rig and a dream and I now manage more than 3.5 millions in rigs/asics.

If you want to talk shit then come dm me instead of being a keyboard warrior on the thread itself.

The only reason I posted on here was to see if there is anybody on these forums that are either not running their asics because of their energy cost, running them at a lost or running them at a worse price. If you're not interested in any way, you can just keep your comments to yourself.

I didn't know this forum had worse trolls than facebook.

you have to show a contracted, price in USD/kwh or USD/Mwh of your local electricity suppliers, additionally a climate diagram of the location (summer high) should be shown,

better would be to also add information around the condition of the local network infrastructure.

if you have no idea what you are talking about you could be indeed a 16 year old child, that left school without degree.

you declined to deliver clear information here in this forum although we asked for them multiple times.

Why would I show all that information on a btctalk forum? I'm happy to answer them in private over the phone or in person if possible to anyone that really wants to know. The deal is quite simple; 125CAD$/unit. If you're interested, I'll give you all the info you need, if not, I will not leave it hanging on a forum thread nor take the time to do it, I have more productive things to do than put all my information on a public forum.

Now if you're simply here to comment what I did wrong, please just stop posting. My post is clear, I've posted a price, if you're fine with it or want to negotiate, just post back or dm me and I'll reach out with all the information. If you're not, then just leave and get on with your day as if you never read my OP.


what unit are you talking about? then canadian dollar, you are the guy that does the offering you have to give data roughly in usd when you are adressing potential international investors here.

i am telling you what international investors need. they dont have necessarily your type of rigs, so they want to know the electricity price in kwh or mwh, and want to know about climate, electricity network infrastructure, safty of property (crime)



what are you capacities, you have to show publicly all that information not privately.

The calcultated price is 70.38USD$/1000W for one month. I posted earlier it was 125 CAD$/1350W per month.

thats still not usd per kwh you have to deliver usd per kwh not force us to calculate that for you. you! are doing the offering here

month has 720 hours so you demand 0.09775 usd/kwh this is not a competitive price for big and professional investors they opperate between 4 and 6 cts/kwh in rare cases they are at 2 cts/kwh when the installation has been designed very efficiently.

this discussion would have been over when you would have said right at the beginning of this topic that our price is 9.8 usd cts/kwh but your candian communist behavior made this topic be so long

you have not a competitive electricity price at your location



We are charging a fix rate for hosting. At that price you don't only pay for the electricity. You pay for the hosting service, your part of the insurance, the price for renting the space and you also pay for the security. As I said earlier, our prices are negotiable. If you can find cheaper elsewhere, be my guest, but I don't know why you're on a crusade to polute my thread with your useless comments. The point of the thread is pretty simple, you're making it complicated and you are being a waste of my time. As if I would only charge you for electricity at the rate I'm paying for it. You're clearly not a miner, since most of the people I'm in business with in the united states have a FIX RATE PER MONTH depending on the asic, and they're able to make to conversion to USD when I talk about CAD. And anyway, why are you still posting? What are you trying to achieve? Get out mate.


electricity costs are usually 90-95% of mining costs, not just 50%, i dont polute your thread, i simply asked you to deliver a price in usd per kwh so people can have an understanding of your offering, if you dont want to deliver, that you better should scan your suppliers prices and tell those, maybe you find then someone that wants to work with you,

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August 10, 2018, 11:40:13 PM
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Just another 16 year old kid pretending to be a CEO... lol

I actually gave my info, you can look me up on linked or facebook.

I've been running a farm for 2 years, started from my basement with 1 rig and a dream and I now manage more than 3.5 millions in rigs/asics.

If you want to talk shit then come dm me instead of being a keyboard warrior on the thread itself.

The only reason I posted on here was to see if there is anybody on these forums that are either not running their asics because of their energy cost, running them at a lost or running them at a worse price. If you're not interested in any way, you can just keep your comments to yourself.

I didn't know this forum had worse trolls than facebook.

you have to show a contracted, price in USD/kwh or USD/Mwh of your local electricity suppliers, additionally a climate diagram of the location (summer high) should be shown,

better would be to also add information around the condition of the local network infrastructure.

if you have no idea what you are talking about you could be indeed a 16 year old child, that left school without degree.

you declined to deliver clear information here in this forum although we asked for them multiple times.

Why would I show all that information on a btctalk forum? I'm happy to answer them in private over the phone or in person if possible to anyone that really wants to know. The deal is quite simple; 125CAD$/unit. If you're interested, I'll give you all the info you need, if not, I will not leave it hanging on a forum thread nor take the time to do it, I have more productive things to do than put all my information on a public forum.

Now if you're simply here to comment what I did wrong, please just stop posting. My post is clear, I've posted a price, if you're fine with it or want to negotiate, just post back or dm me and I'll reach out with all the information. If you're not, then just leave and get on with your day as if you never read my OP.


what unit are you talking about? then canadian dollar, you are the guy that does the offering you have to give data roughly in usd when you are adressing potential international investors here.

i am telling you what international investors need. they dont have necessarily your type of rigs, so they want to know the electricity price in kwh or mwh, and want to know about climate, electricity network infrastructure, safty of property (crime)



what are you capacities, you have to show publicly all that information not privately.

The calcultated price is 70.38USD$/1000W for one month. I posted earlier it was 125 CAD$/1350W per month.

thats still not usd per kwh you have to deliver usd per kwh not force us to calculate that for you. you! are doing the offering here

month has 720 hours so you demand 0.09775 usd/kwh this is not a competitive price for big and professional investors they opperate between 4 and 6 cts/kwh in rare cases they are at 2 cts/kwh when the installation has been designed very efficiently.

this discussion would have been over when you would have said right at the beginning of this topic that our price is 9.8 usd cts/kwh but your candian communist behavior made this topic be so long

you have not a competitive electricity price at your location



We are charging a fix rate for hosting. At that price you don't only pay for the electricity. You pay for the hosting service, your part of the insurance, the price for renting the space and you also pay for the security. As I said earlier, our prices are negotiable. If you can find cheaper elsewhere, be my guest, but I don't know why you're on a crusade to polute my thread with your useless comments. The point of the thread is pretty simple, you're making it complicated and you are being a waste of my time. As if I would only charge you for electricity at the rate I'm paying for it. You're clearly not a miner, since most of the people I'm in business with in the united states have a FIX RATE PER MONTH depending on the asic, and they're able to make to conversion to USD when I talk about CAD. And anyway, why are you still posting? What are you trying to achieve? Get out mate.


electricity costs are usually 90-95% of mining costs, not just 50%, i dont polute your thread, i simply asked you to deliver a price in usd per kwh so people can have an understanding of your offering, if you dont want to deliver, that you better should scan your suppliers prices and tell those, maybe you find then someone that wants to work with you,

What are you on about? Do you know how much a building with 10 mW that can go up to 30 mW actually costs? Do you know how much the security for a year costs? Do you know the cost for insurance on a building and equipment that is worth more than 10 million dollars? Electricity costs is not 90-95% of mining costs you're on crack. You ARE polluting my thread and you ARE wasting my time.
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August 10, 2018, 11:48:25 PM
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