Giga Watt Aims At Remote Customers and Presents Giga Pods

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    One of North America’s largest miners is going to redevelop itself and present new products amid the slowing crypto-economy. Giga Watt announced Giga Pods

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One of North America’s largest miners is going to redevelop itself and present new products amid the slowing crypto-economy.

Giga Watt announced Giga Pods, a mining solution designed for large miners rather than people only entering the industry. The prefabricated wood-frame structures are about 12 by 48 feet in size, equipped with hundreds of high-speed servers, collectively drawing 1.67 megawatts of power. Each pod has the potential to produce approximately 14 Bitcoins per month.

“Giga Pods offer not just a chance to attract a more corporate type of a customer to our Washington state series of locations, with Giga Pod kits we can reach customers in remote locations that want to build their own sites with a proven solution,” said Dave Carlson, Giga Watt co-founder.

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