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December 07, 2014, 01:21:06 AM
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UPDATE 12/29/2015

The owner of the data center as shown in the pictures below was unable to cool the space in an efficient or timely manner and we therefore were forced to move.
Our new facility is in Quincy, WA.

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Hey guys, I thought I'd give y'all a sneak peak of the Bitcoin mine we're building.
I'm excited for when we'll open our doors for hosting your miners January.

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UPDATE 12/16/2015:


We have moved from the location seen in the above pictures. We moved because the owner of the facility as seen in the above pictures was not able to cooling for sufficient for good operation of mining equipment in a timely manner as he was contractually obligated to do.

We now currently are 50 miles away at a 1MW mine in Quincy, WA.

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December 07, 2014, 01:39:48 AM
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Hey guys, I thought I'd give y'all a sneak peak of the Bitcoin mine we're building.
I'm excited for when we'll open our doors January.

If you have any questions about the build let me know!

Looks good. How certain are you on the opening date? What if you are delayed?

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December 07, 2014, 01:45:45 AM
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Hey guys, I thought I'd give y'all a sneak peak of the Bitcoin mine we're building.
I'm excited for when we'll open our doors January.

If you have any questions about the build let me know!

Looks good. How certain are you on the opening date? What if you are delayed?

We've been consistently ahead of schedule the entire build and are pushing hard.
Since it's winter there's less work for contractors so they're swarming to finish our site instead.
The last thing we have scheduled is inspection on the 29th of December.

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December 07, 2014, 02:29:34 AM
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 Will you offer hosting?
 Where are you located? general a state or if not US what country not an exact address.
If you how what will you charge?
If you mine just for yourself what machines?

I mine alt coins with https://simplemining.net...
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December 07, 2014, 02:54:19 AM
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Will you offer hosting?
 Where are you located? general a state or if not US what country not an exact address.
If you how what will you charge?
If you mine just for yourself what machines?

They have a website:
asicspace.com
price $80-95/kw/month with more undisclosed discount for >30kw customers.

Not as a criticism, but I don't get it why all WA hosting has the same price: roughly $85-100/kw/mo when their cost in electricity (2c/kwh) is just 16-20% of cost of electricity in US on average (12c/kwh). Their electricity cost is just $15-20/kw/mo vs $88 average in US.
Do they have some kind of a union there that prevents going lower?
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December 07, 2014, 03:19:17 AM
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Will you offer hosting?
 Where are you located? general a state or if not US what country not an exact address.
If you how what will you charge?
If you mine just for yourself what machines?

They have a website:
asicspace.com
price $80-95/kw/month with more undisclosed discount for >30kw customers.

Not as a criticism, but I don't get it why all WA hosting has the same price: roughly $85-100/kw/mo when their cost in electricity (2c/kwh) is just 16-20% of cost of electricity in US on average (12c/kwh). Their electricity cost is just $15-20/kw/mo vs $88 average in US.
Do they have some kind of a union there that prevents going lower?

It's the same reason you want your miner to be making more than it costs in electricity: you need that margin to cover the initial capital expense. In your case, it's the miner, in our case, it's an expensive data center meeting the needs of a speculative market.

Also, hosting in WA less than a year ago cost $200/kw/mo, then Hashplex came along and offered $100. I'm sure it's still headed downwards.

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December 07, 2014, 04:12:47 AM
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Will you offer hosting?
 Where are you located? general a state or if not US what country not an exact address.
If you how what will you charge?
If you mine just for yourself what machines?

They have a website:
asicspace.com
price $80-95/kw/month with more undisclosed discount for >30kw customers.

Not as a criticism, but I don't get it why all WA hosting has the same price: roughly $85-100/kw/mo when their cost in electricity (2c/kwh) is just 16-20% of cost of electricity in US on average (12c/kwh). Their electricity cost is just $15-20/kw/mo vs $88 average in US.
Do they have some kind of a union there that prevents going lower?

It's the same reason you want your miner to be making more than it costs in electricity: you need that margin to cover the initial capital expense. In your case, it's the miner, in our case, it's an expensive data center meeting the needs of a speculative market.

Also, hosting in WA less than a year ago cost $200/kw/mo, then Hashplex came along and offered $100. I'm sure it's still headed downwards.

Fair enough.
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December 07, 2014, 04:23:46 AM
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 Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked wooow
a pleasure see this pic mate!!!

Im here for a quite only but im trying to find someone trustable to invest some bitcoins

Let me know if there have space for investors.


You build the datacenter under tier 2 certification?


if no tell wich is the strategy for prevent fire, dust etc etc.

about energy nothing to say 2c.... i london 14c nothing to do here


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December 07, 2014, 04:45:31 AM
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 Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked wooow
a pleasure see this pic mate!!!

Im here for a quite only but im trying to find someone trustable to invest some bitcoins

Let me know if there have space for investors.


You build the datacenter under tier 2 certification?


if no tell wich is the strategy for prevent fire, dust etc etc.

about energy nothing to say 2c.... i london 14c nothing to do here


It's easy to prevent dust with filters.
We have CCTVs with fire detectors, as well as temperature and pressure sensors. Most importantly, everything is being done professionally and 100% to code.

In fact, we put on our blog our engineer's critique of the design of that mine in Thailand that burned down. Check it out here: http://www.asicspace.com/blog/thai-bitcoin-mine-analysis

We're not Tier 2 because we don't have a UPS/Generator. We do have two ISPs with dual redundancy built into every aspect of the networking. Our power grid is very stable as it's hydroelectric, and power outages are very rare in our area.

We do have a backup transformer in storage in case anything happens to our current transformer.

If you're interested in being a customer or investor, PM me.

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December 07, 2014, 01:10:49 PM
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Hey!

Nice to see people are still investing big in the bitcoin world.

Just out of curiosity what miners would you be using to mine...?

Thanks Smiley
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December 07, 2014, 05:09:23 PM
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is this underground?
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December 07, 2014, 06:59:46 PM
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is this underground?

No. Lots of concrete in this building, very good for heat dissipation.

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December 07, 2014, 10:44:27 PM
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No raised flooring? cold air from above?  

Do vents all line the exterior walls?  Just judging from the garage door, is the cold air entering from ~15-20 ft.?

are you doing hot aisle/cold aisle?

Was this building custom built?

or re-purposed with warehouse racks?

The high ceiling are nice, assuming the cooling intake is all the way up on the ceiling.
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December 08, 2014, 12:48:58 AM
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No raised flooring? cold air from above?  

Do vents all line the exterior walls?  Just judging from the garage door, is the cold air entering from ~15-20 ft.?

are you doing hot aisle/cold aisle?

Was this building custom built?

or re-purposed with warehouse racks?

The high ceiling are nice, assuming the cooling intake is all the way up on the ceiling.

We are doing hot/cold aisle. Our engineers assure us the high ceilings and concrete will do a lot of the work dissapating the heat for us.

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December 08, 2014, 12:56:33 AM
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Wow I guess your right about large, any idea if this is going to be the largest one in operation at the time of open?

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December 08, 2014, 01:02:53 AM
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Build Looks good!  I like all the concrete walls, no need for raised floors, whats your utility power coming in? 480v 3 phase 1200 amp? for instance?..

The Price seems fair too..

My Equipment is hosted in Chicago here (ultra low latency makes for great Hashing with my pool)

@ $84 per KW mo: http://coin-mining.mystarpoint.com/

Keep posting pictures.. Great seeing people invest, and I don't think we have to worry that much from the difficulty going up from one facility.. I like seeing people get
behind this.. !!!!
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December 08, 2014, 01:19:13 AM
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Build Looks good!  I like all the concrete walls, no need for raised floors, whats your utility power coming in? 480v 3 phase 1200 amp? for instance?..

The Price seems fair too..

My Equipment is hosted in Chicago here (ultra low latency makes for great Hashing with my pool)

@ $84 per KW mo: http://coin-mining.mystarpoint.com/

Keep posting pictures.. Great seeing people invest, and I don't think we have to worry that much from the difficulty going up from one facility.. I like seeing people get
behind this.. !!!!

Thank!

We have power coming in at 480V 3 phase which we wire to 20A 208V outlets after the power passes through our transformer and panels.

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December 08, 2014, 01:36:24 AM
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Build Looks good!  I like all the concrete walls, no need for raised floors, whats your utility power coming in? 480v 3 phase 1200 amp? for instance?..

The Price seems fair too..

My Equipment is hosted in Chicago here (ultra low latency makes for great Hashing with my pool)

@ $84 per KW mo: http://coin-mining.mystarpoint.com/

Keep posting pictures.. Great seeing people invest, and I don't think we have to worry that much from the difficulty going up from one facility.. I like seeing people get
behind this.. !!!!

Thank!

We have power coming in at 480V 3 phase which we wire to 20A 208V outlets after the power passes through our transformer and panels.

Sounds great, but how many amps of 480VAC ?  Again build looks exciting.. Look forward to seeing it done.. what mining gear will you be running in house?
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December 08, 2014, 01:44:16 AM
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Build Looks good!  I like all the concrete walls, no need for raised floors, whats your utility power coming in? 480v 3 phase 1200 amp? for instance?..

The Price seems fair too..

My Equipment is hosted in Chicago here (ultra low latency makes for great Hashing with my pool)

@ $84 per KW mo: http://coin-mining.mystarpoint.com/

Keep posting pictures.. Great seeing people invest, and I don't think we have to worry that much from the difficulty going up from one facility.. I like seeing people get
behind this.. !!!!

Thank!

We have power coming in at 480V 3 phase which we wire to 20A 208V outlets after the power passes through our transformer and panels.

Sounds great, but how many amps of 480VAC ?  Again build looks exciting.. Look forward to seeing it done.. what mining gear will you be running in house?

We have 5k amps of primary switchgear. Clearly we aren't fully using it right now.

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