Crypto Miner EZ Blockchain Expands Mining Rigs to 16 MWs in Georgia State
Crypto mining company EZ Blockchain plans to expand its mining rigs to 16 megawatts by using Georgia's underutilized power resources.
The new project focuses on four EZ blockchain mobile data centres launched in December 2021 in partnership with the City of West Point.
The company invested more than $1 million to fully utilize emission-free power capacity while adding an additional $500,000 to create additional local revenue and high-paying jobs.
To achieve environment-friendly objectives, more than 60% of the electricity at the EZ Blockchain Data Center Campus in West Point, Georgia comes from emission-free sources, primarily use nuclear power.
EZ Blockchain has been committed to solving the global waste energy problem and using sustainable energy to connect the blockchain ecosystem.
In April, EZ Blockchain created an Immersive Liquid-Cooled Data Center, Simultaneously Unveils Newest Product for Cooling Crypto Mining Containers, SmartBox 1500i.
The impact of cryptocurrency mining on the energy environment still remains concern. In order to solve the problem of global waste of resources, many companies have turned their goals to some resources that can be reused.
Stronghold Digital Mining, based in western Pennsylvania, has found a new, environmentally friendly way to mine cryptocurrency,
Stronghold Digital Mining said it would harvest the byproducts of decades-old coal-fired power plants to power hundreds of supercomputers used to mine bitcoin.
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