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March 26, 2018, 02:13:13 AM
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I'm looking for a hosting service which supports followings:

- ASIC and GPU rig
- VPN access
- No import duty
- Less than 0.15 $/kWh
- Run by a legit registered company

If possible, I want to ship my miners, about 15kW total, by the end of April. Thanks.
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March 26, 2018, 02:33:56 AM
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If anyone is interested in hosting in the US, we have a facility upstate NY (Syracuse).
Our facility is equipped to handle 60+MW. Because of our electrical classification (SC3A), our long term contract with the electrical company and commodity supplier, our electric rates are not subject to increase. Prices range between $73-$79 (No tax except for NYS residents) with an extra 5% off and free VPN if you prepay for one year. Offer valid until April 1st.

Contracts to begin May 1st and we are now scheduling facility tours for June. Contact us today to reserve your spot.

sales@ibitmine.co

www.iBitMine.co

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March 26, 2018, 02:47:20 AM
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I'm looking for a hosting service which supports followings:

- ASIC and GPU rig
- VPN access
- No import duty
- Less than 0.15 $/kWh
- Run by a legit registered company

If possible, I want to ship my miners, about 15kW total, by the end of April. Thanks.


We would love to accommodate. We are a lawfully registered company in New York, US. Our facility is located in Syracuse, NY

Our cost is 10.9¢/kWh.Please take a look at our website and drop us a note if you think this would be a good fit.

Contracts begin May 1st.

www.iBitMine.co
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March 27, 2018, 04:59:25 PM
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We would love to accommodate. We are a lawfully registered company in New York, US. Our facility is located in Syracuse, NY

Our cost is 10.9¢/kWh.Please take a look at our website and drop us a note if you think this would be a good fit.

Contracts begin May 1st.

www.iBitMine.co

Good to hear you are a lawfully registered company. I did request and receive a quote from you in a timely mannner!

A few quick questions. 

How many current customers do you have?
Do you have references you can supply? 
What about insurance & bonding?
How confident are you about the May 1 start date?

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March 29, 2018, 12:29:41 PM
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We would love to accommodate. We are a lawfully registered company in New York, US. Our facility is located in Syracuse, NY

Our cost is 10.9¢/kWh.Please take a look at our website and drop us a note if you think this would be a good fit.

Contracts begin May 1st.

www.iBitMine.co

Good to hear you are a lawfully registered company. I did request and receive a quote from you in a timely mannner!

A few quick questions. 

How many current customers do you have?
Do you have references you can supply? 
What about insurance & bonding?
How confident are you about the May 1 start date?


Thank you for the feedback and questions. I am happy to know that your request was answered in a timely manner.

We sold 1+ MW in the last week.
In terms of industrial size hosting we are just getting started (May 1st), so we do not have any relevant references as of now.
All miners hosted with us will benefit from insurance (theft, fire and acts of God)
Our project manager has offered assurance that we are on track for April 17th completion.So we are confident that we will be able to start May 1st.

We look forward to having you onboard.If you have any other questions please feel free to ask them here or e-mail us sales@iBitMine.co

Alex



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March 29, 2018, 12:44:50 PM
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If anyone is interested in hosting in the US, we have a facility upstate NY (Syracuse).
Our facility is equipped to handle 60+MW. Because of our electrical classification (SC3A), our long term contract with the electrical company and commodity supplier, our electric rates are not subject to increase. Prices range between $73-$79 (No tax except for NYS residents) with an extra 5% off and free VPN if you prepay for one year. Offer valid until April 1st.

Contracts to begin May 1st and we are now scheduling facility tours for June. Contact us today to reserve your spot.

sales@ibitmine.co

www.iBitMine.co

https://imgur.com/a/2Rnep





charging $100/unit for setup? Do you really have to charge for that? In my opinion, it would be better idea to waive setup fee if you would like to run your business in long term...
There are many reputable colo spaces with excellent service who do not charge setup fee... like  jeffcolo & minerytech.


Thank you for your input.I will definitely forward your comments/feedback to appropriate channels. Before I do please allow me to to explain where the setup fee comes from. As a miner (or crypto enthusiast), I am sure you can agree that there is more to setting up the unit than just plugging it in.When setting up a miner, amongst other things, we have to account for the real cost (which includes: rack, cooling, cables, insurance, security and more).
I can not speak about other colocation places, their locations, extra fees or business model, but what I can tell you with certitude is that we offer one of the lowest price/kW,(so long term there are savings for miners), we have a high level of security, no hidden fees, 24/7 customer service, 60+MW, free restars and much more.
Please let us know if you have any other questions or concerns here, or e-mail sales@iBitMine.co

www.iBitMine.co

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March 30, 2018, 10:11:16 AM
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Any one has experience with hash-core.com ? they are a UK company but mining facility is based in Romania. Prices looks not bad as they seem to charge electricity only at a rate of  15c/KWh and no other fee but VAT may be to consider.

Things looks interesting on paper but I would need to read about users experiences before going further
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March 30, 2018, 11:54:38 AM
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Any one has experience with hash-core.com ? they are a UK company but mining facility is based in Romania. Prices looks not bad as they seem to charge electricity only at a rate of  15c/KWh and no other fee but VAT may be to consider.

Things looks interesting on paper but I would need to read about users experiences before going further

Offer our service: kikospace.com
If you need reference, let me know your email address.
We are legit company based in Sweden.
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March 30, 2018, 07:49:29 PM
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Hi All,

Just wanted to share my experiences of hosting with KPM (kpmhosting.com), since they are quite active on here and I see some people considering them.

On the good side, they are fairly responsive to emails and questions/concerns with your miners.  They tend to communicate very well with their users and let you know of any upcoming work that they are planning.  

Now for the not-so-good:  Man, my miners sure have been going up and down quite a bit.  Some of it is bad luck, they had a problem with their power lines and had to get the utility company to come out and repair.  While other times it's for their benefit, they are doing some maintenance to expand their capacity at the moment, but they are doing it at our expense...i.e. taking our miners offline while they upgrade their equipment/lines.   I am currently hosting with KPM and with Valuehash, and the miners I have on Valuehash have been up consistently for the past few months, while the miners I have with KPM have gone down at around 10-12 times during this same time.  Sometimes, after bringing the miners down, they do not come back up cleanly when they bring them back up, which can be up to 4 hours later.  I have to continuously check to see if my KPM miners are online to be sure they came back up and connected to the pool correctly.  They do not have a VPN solution so you have to email them, which in their defense they are fairly quick to resolve.  

Now, all of this would not have been a problem normally.  After all, I assume/hope it's only a temporary thing.  However, what did rub me the wrong way is that even after all this downtime that they have been experiencing due to their datacenter upgrade (at our expense I remind you), they actually sent us out a notice saying that they are going to start billing us for taxes separately (i.e. increase our fees).  Angry



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April 01, 2018, 11:20:51 AM
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Hi All,

Just wanted to share my experiences of hosting with KPM (kpmhosting.com), since they are quite active on here and I see some people considering them.

On the good side, they are fairly responsive to emails and questions/concerns with your miners.  They tend to communicate very well with their users and let you know of any upcoming work that they are planning.  

Now for the not-so-good:  Man, my miners sure have been going up and down quite a bit.  Some of it is bad luck, they had a problem with their power lines and had to get the utility company to come out and repair.  While other times it's for their benefit, they are doing some maintenance to expand their capacity at the moment, but they are doing it at our expense...i.e. taking our miners offline while they upgrade their equipment/lines.   I am currently hosting with KPM and with Valuehash, and the miners I have on Valuehash have been up consistently for the past few months, while the miners I have with KPM have gone down at around 10-12 times during this same time.  Sometimes, after bringing the miners down, they do not come back up cleanly when they bring them back up, which can be up to 4 hours later.  I have to continuously check to see if my KPM miners are online to be sure they came back up and connected to the pool correctly.  They do not have a VPN solution so you have to email them, which in their defense they are fairly quick to resolve.  

Now, all of this would not have been a problem normally.  After all, I assume/hope it's only a temporary thing.  However, what did rub me the wrong way is that even after all this downtime that they have been experiencing due to their datacenter upgrade (at our expense I remind you), they actually sent us out a notice saying that they are going to start billing us for taxes separately (i.e. increase our fees).  Angry






Thanks for all your comments.
True we are in the middle of the upgrade. So, there are downtimes. We do not provide VPN. This was clear from the first day.

The prices were reduced when we moved from Tax Inclusive to Tax Exclusive prices. We are providing hosting at 69.99 USD + Taxes per month, instead of 80 USD per month.

Reliable Miner Hosting Service in Canada - https://kpmhosting.com

We install the miners within 1 business day !
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April 03, 2018, 04:28:44 AM
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We are operational now.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3246582
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April 03, 2018, 08:10:42 PM
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Any hosting cheaper than 140$ for S9 per month? I have only one to host  Grin

If you're still looking pm me I can setup 1 miner for a lower cost for you.
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April 04, 2018, 02:50:02 AM
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$135 for S9?  These guys are living in lala land. I find them under $100. And even $100 is high.
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April 04, 2018, 02:53:40 AM
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$135 for S9?  These guys are living in lala land. I find them under $100. And even $100 is high.

Where is the under $100 for s9?
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April 04, 2018, 06:27:37 AM
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$135 for S9?  These guys are living in lala land. I find them under $100. And even $100 is high.

Where is the under $100 for s9?

We still have availability for May and our rates are as low as $73/kW.  So for an S9 that would be $102.2/S9/Month and as high as 110.6/S9/Month

www.iBitMine.co
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April 04, 2018, 02:00:22 PM
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$135 for S9?  These guys are living in lala land. I find them under $100. And even $100 is high.

Where is the under $100 for s9?

We still have availability for May and our rates are as low as $73/kW.  So for an S9 that would be $102.2/S9/Month and as high as 110.6/S9/Month

www.iBitMine.co


As of this morning, we only have 1 MW left for May/June installation.

www.iBitMine.co


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April 04, 2018, 03:40:28 PM
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$135 for S9?  These guys are living in lala land. I find them under $100. And even $100 is high.

Where is the under $100 for s9?

We still have availability for May and our rates are as low as $73/kW.  So for an S9 that would be $102.2/S9/Month and as high as 110.6/S9/Month

www.iBitMine.co


As of this morning, we only have 1 MW left for May/June installation.

www.iBitMine.co




How can you be down to 1MW left when you have 60MW available?
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April 04, 2018, 05:19:31 PM
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$135 for S9?  These guys are living in lala land. I find them under $100. And even $100 is high.

Where is the under $100 for s9?

We still have availability for May and our rates are as low as $73/kW.  So for an S9 that would be $102.2/S9/Month and as high as 110.6/S9/Month

www.iBitMine.co


As of this morning, we only have 1 MW left for May/June installation.

www.iBitMine.co




How can you be down to 1MW left when you have 60MW available?



The facility has 60 MW available overall.As of today we have 1 MW left for May/June setup/installation.

www.iBitMine.co
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April 04, 2018, 09:26:00 PM
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$135 for S9?  These guys are living in lala land. I find them under $100. And even $100 is high.

I don't really know any place under $100.

For our month to month we charge higher, we do not have any other fee's like setup,reboots, etc other than shipping your miner out. If the rate so far out of market we will adjust it but right now that's what we are starting at and once we see how it goes we may lower it. If someone wants a personalized quote for a little bit better rate just message me. Depending on volume and such we can see what we can do for you.

-Adam
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April 05, 2018, 11:50:58 PM
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We have availability at InfinityWatt in our North Nevada facility.
We can provide you with Antminer hosting services only.
We have designed unique and extremely efficient cooling systems.

SPECIAL PROMOTION IN APRIL - NO SET UP FEE

Three Tiers are available as of April 5th:
Tier 1
ANTMINER L3+ LTC miner
$120/month

Tier 2
ANTMINER S9 Bitcoin Miner14TH/s
$160/month

Tier 3
Outlet – NEMA outlet L6-30R (5kw full outlet load)
$600/month
A load does not go above 5 kW for outlet

Four Options for Antminers per outlet:
A) 6 L3 = 4800W
B) 1 s9 + 4 L3 = 4500W
C) 2 s9 + 3 L3 = 5000W
D) 3 s9 + 1 L3 = 4700W

Please visit us more more info at http://infinitywatt.com/
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