Kuwait and Argentina are the future? We discussed the new world’s crypto capitals with The Mining Future
The crypto mining market is one of the most
unstable in the world today. The localization is migrating from one
country to another, bitcoin price is going high and low like on a
rollercoaster, legalization issues arise more often, new equipment
especially with different inbuilt cooling is joining the market
each day. How would the mining geography look like
We talked with The Mining Future that is providing crypto mining hosting and consulting. Gilbert Corbella who is Co-Founder and Chairman at The Mining Future FZCO (Free Zone Company) told us about the mining map in 2023 and the near future.
Below is our recent interview with Gilbert Corbella, Co-Founder & Chairman at The Mining Future:
Q: Could you provide our readers with a brief introduction to your company?
A: The Mining Future is leading the Bitcoin mining democratisation on Main Street. Despite being one of the leading-edge investments, Bitcoin mining has not yet achieved the good reputation it deserves among the masses. Our mission is to take part in the paradigm shift and destigmatise Bitcoin mining to the uninitiated, making it accessible to everybody in a sustainable, transparent, and reliable way so a better future for our societies can be built. We aim to break all physical or technical barriers for our customers, so that anybody can benefit of accessing sustainable Bitcoin Mining from the comfort of their home. We offer as well a range of products and services to wholesale customers and we help them to find renewable and profitable locations to start their mining operations.
GRNBi and its subsidiary GRN Energy, a leading full-service solution provider to the global digital mining industry, and The Mining Future, a trusted partner in democratising Bitcoin mining to the masses.
The partnership brings together the leading minds in global digital mining and energy to offer a full suite of products and services. GRNBi and The Mining Future will work together to identify and source low-cost power project sites for digital mining purposes. These sites will be located in Georgia using hydroelectric power only.