Bitcoin miner, Iris Vitality, introduced plans to extend the corporate’s self-mining capability, from 2 exahash per second (EH/s) to roughly 5.5 EH/s, after it receives 4.4 EH/s of latest Antminer S19j Professional miners from Bitmain.
Iris Vitality Leverages $67 Million in Bitmain Prepayments for Newest Mining Growth
Bitcoin mining firm, Iris Vitality, introduced plans to extend its self-mining capability to five.5 exahash per second (EH/s) from 2 EH/s. The corporate lately unplugged 3.6 EH/s of mining rigs in November 2022 after receiving a default discover from a lender. To acquire 4.4 EH/s value of machines, the corporate is using roughly $67 million in Bitmain credit.
The newly acquired S19j Professional mining rigs shall be distributed amongst Iris Vitality’s information facilities in British Columbia and Texas. If the corporate finds it has an extra of machines, it’ll promote them to spend money on company functions and development initiatives. Daniel Roberts, co-founder and co-CEO of Iris Vitality, described the most recent transfer as a necessary juncture for the bitcoin mining agency.
“It is a vital milestone for Iris Vitality. We’re delighted to have been in a position to make the most of our remaining Bitmain prepayments to amass new miners with none more money outlay,” Roberts stated in a press release. “In doing so, [it] not solely improve[s] our self-mining capability to five.5 EH/s, all powered by 100% renewable power information middle infrastructure, but additionally totally resolve[s] our obligations below our contract with Bitmain,” Roberts added.
In 2022, bitcoin mining operations confronted challenges as a result of a major depreciation of BTC costs. Some operations went bankrupt in the course of the crypto winter. Nonetheless, 2023 has seen an enchancment in crypto costs, though U.S. regulators have elevated enforcement, which has quickly paused the current rise. As of Monday, February 13, 2023, BTC’s value is steady and hovering round its worth previous to the FTX collapse.
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