Canadian Bitcoin mining firm Bitfarms is planning to construct its first knowledge heart in the US following the acquisition of a land plot in Washington State.

In a Nov. 11 announcement, Bitfarms said it aimed to determine mining operations within the U.S. able to 620 petahashes per second utilizing 6,200 Bitmain rigs totally powered by hydroelectric power. The agency has already bought a 24 megawatt hydro energy farm in Washington for $26 million, however plans to increase to 99 MW by creating extra farms within the space.


Bitfarms CEO Emiliano Grodzki mentioned the agency had chosen Washington for its “cost-effective electrical energy” and manufacturing charges. With the addition of the 24 MW knowledge heart, the corporate at the moment has a complete mining capability of 106 MW, however estimates the finished services will be capable of produce 3.7 Bitcoin (BTC) each day at a price of roughly $4,000 per BTC — on the present BTC worth of $65,000, this might imply roughly $183,000 in revenue each day.

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At a time when many are citing the potential environmental impact of crypto mining, Bitfarms claims its services in Canada are powered virtually completely by hydroelectric power. Cointelegraph beforehand reported that Bitfarms had doubled its monthly crypto mining productivity between January and July, mining 199 BTC and 400 BTC, respectively, doubtlessly on account of the crackdown on miners in China.

Based on the mining agency, it at the moment has 10 farms in operation or beneath growth in international locations together with the US, Argentina, and Canada. On the time of publication, Bitfarms claims a mining capability of 82 MW at 1.8 exahashes per second.