Probably already know what are Bitcoins and what they need «» on special farms. More than the farm, the more money she brings to their owners. That's just one of these buildings. At the moment it is the largest and most successful mining farm in Russia — every month it brings to its owners the millions of dollars in profits.
Only in this room there are 3000 devices that continually bottom the cryptocurrency for their owners.
A Huge farm consumes large amounts of electricity. Monthly farm pays the bills around 6.5 million rubles «».
The condition of the equipment clock watch four engineers constantly monitor the mining work devices and software. In the Arsenal of the employees there are cameras, monitors and everything that you may need in a variety of situations, including emergency.
Every month, the farm brings the owners of about 600 Bitcoins at the exchange rate at the time of writing this post is about nine million dollars.
So farm workers monitored the temperature of Asilah.
By the way, each ASIC is not so little money. Average this unit costs a couple thousand dollars, but like any other equipment, it can suddenly fail, so the engineers to strictly monitor the state of devices, immediately changing them in case a problem occurs.
Periodically, the capacity of the farm building, purchasing new equipment and increasing your monthly income. An upgrade requires a serious cash infusion, because, in addition to the equipment for mining, you need to follow the wiring, ventilation and cooling.
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