Bitdeer Group has introduced its Mining Datacentre, which makes use of its aggregate mining capacity to provide reliable, trustworthy digital asset mining services to clients. By placing an emphasis on clean energy and taking advantage of proprietary innovations, Mining Datacentre represents a game-changer in the field of cryptocurrency generation and cements the company’s position as an undisputed industry leader. The company is committed to providing the world’s most reliable digital asset mining service. Mining Datacentre is one of the group’s three verticals, the others being the all-in-one mining platform Bitdeer and a smart mining service Minerplus.
The first facility of the Mining Datacentre began construction in 2013 and became fully operational in January 2016. Since then, the company has quickly expanded its footprint across North America, Europe, and other countries and regions. It also runs one of the largest mining operations in North America. It is responsible for around 5 per cent of the entire Bitcoin blockchain’s hash rate and is expected to reach approximately 3,000 megawatts in aggregate global capacity by 2023, which is now the world’s superior provider in terms of aggregate mining capacity.
The company offers services such as site selection, facility design, construction, maintenance, and general one-stop technical support. The team comprises former members of Bitmain’s mining department and has broad technical expertise in power markets, operations, and electrical infrastructure.
Bitdeer Group is committed to clean, efficient energy use in mining operations and has implemented sophisticated technologies set to become next-generation industry standards. With the benefit of proprietary innovations, the Mining Datacentre can operate at optimal levels under various climate conditions and link up with a range of power supplies. Mining Datacentre is leading an industry-wide transition to green energy, which will prove more cost-effective in the long run to both clients and service providers. For example, one of the company’s facilities in the US depend on 100 per cent hydroelectric energy, two in Norway depend on 95 per cent hydroelectric energy, two other US mining operations rely on a mix of wind, solar, nuclear, and/or hydroelectric energy on top of traditional fuel sources, carbon-free energy sources make up around 50 per cent and 60 per cent of the power supply of those sites respectively.
One of the Mining Datacentre’s breakthrough patents is its modular, energy-efficient structure for housing racks of equipment tailored to mine cryptocurrency. Other innovations include its optimised load-bearing layout, W-shape water-cooling system, as well as cutting-edge airflow and ventilation designs. These features decrease electricity consumption while increasing the power supply’s stability, resulting in better budget management.