Bitfury Group, a Bitcoin mining and crypto tech business, today revealed the launch of a brand-new 28MW digital possession mining information center in Sarnia, Ontario. The center has actually begun operations with an anticipated capability of 16MW by the end of February and an extra 12MW of capability to be finished by the end of May. The task has a growth capacity of approximately 200MW.
The Sarnia center is geared up with Bitfury’s exclusive blockchain software application and hardware services, including its specialized ASIC chips and other high-performance mining devices. The brand-new center expands Bitfury’s hosting capability and contributes to the business’s existing active digital possession mining websites in North America, Scandinavia, and Eastern Europe/Central Asia.
“We are pleased to continue to expand our operations with the launch of our state-of-the-art facility in Sarnia. The demand for exposure to digital assets is exceptionally high, and the combination of Bitfury’s best-in-class infrastructure and proven operational expertise uniquely positions us to serve as a partner of choice to customers and investors globally.”
– Brian Brooks, Chief Executive Officer of Bitfury