Bitmain offre de l'aide aux mineurs chinois lorsqu'ils déménagent à l'étranger
Bitmain continues to win over the mining community. The news came out yesterday that they will temporarily suspend sales of new devices so that people can sell their capacity as profitably as possible in the secondary market. Now, representatives of the company announced their readiness to help miners from China when moving abroad.
As part of a recent meeting with clients in the capital of Sichuan, Chengdu, Bitmain offered assistance in relocating and transporting miners' capacities abroad. At the meeting, representatives of the company talked about how enterprises are registered in other countries, the construction of data centers, the hiring of employees to service them, and also talked about the main aspect for the crypto industry compliance with local tax and legal regulations.
To provide more detailed advice, the company invited experts from Kazakhstan and the United States. It is assumed that they will be able to advise miners in case of questions about the move.
As an additional measure, Bitmain launched its service network that can help with the maintenance of devices, reducing their repair time from an estimated three weeks to just four days. In parallel with this, the company helps customers find quality energy sources, paying the lion's share of attention to ensuring that it is environmentally friendly.
Meanwhile, Colin Wu tweeted a new product from the former Bitmain cloud mining firm BitDeer - Antbox. This device will help to significantly reduce the process of building farms and make the migration of miners painless. According to Wu, the product was originally designed to protect miners when they move from the northwest region of China to the southwest region, provided the devices are exposed to temperature extremes.
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