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Bitmain brings 56K Bitcoin miners to the Georgia

The $62 million deal is anticipated to come up with $10 million in monthly revenue for ISW Holdings.
Chinese mining hardware big Bitmain is going to transfer 56,000 of its latest Antminers to the southeastern U.S. state of Georgia.

The flow of mining rigs is a component of a tripartite deal between Nevada-based technical school firm ISW Holdings, crypto mining datacenter Bit5ive, and Bitmain. The overall value of the hardware readying is going to be around $62 million per ISW and is anticipated to come up with monthly revenue of $10 million once running at full capability.

ISW Holdings has already committed $6 million towards the acquisition which will see Bitmain’s Antminer S19J mining rigs deployed underneath its new BlockQuarry complete mistreatment of Bit5ive’s infrastructure. Bitmain reportedly suspended orders of recent miners in June amid a booming secondhand market.

When absolutely operational in Oct 2022, the new miners can consume up to 200 megawatts of electricity at a BlockQuarry facility referred to as “POD-CITY” in Georgia. Initially, ISW expects the primary 20 MW of power to be running by Oct next month per the announcement.

Alonzo Pierce, president and chairman of ISW Holdings, same that the character of the business has modified since it partnered with Bit5ive last year and commenced coming up with “state-of-the-art mining pods,” adding:

“Looking ahead, our hosting service revenues are going to be stable and substantial, and capable of robust growth. And our mining revenues can fluctuate with costs within the cryptocurrency space.”
Bit5ive can manufacture “BLOQPODS” which can be sorted into “BLOQPARKS” operated by BlockQuarry. every pod includes 280 Bitmain Antminers to supply a hash rate of 28,000 terahashes per second (TH/s).

ISW Holdings already operates 700 miners comprising Bitmain Antminer S17s, S19s, and Canaan Avalons at a Bit5ive managed website in Pennsylvania.

Bitcoin’s hash rate has recovered to 133 EH/s from its late June month slump to 68 EH/s following the nice jack migration from China. On-chain analytics supplier, Glassnode, reported on Sept. 6 that miners had started taking profits, adding:

“The increase in hash-rate is probably going a mix of antecedently obsolete hardware finding a second lease on life, and miners in China with success relocating, re-establishing or re-homing their hardware and operations,”