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Mining Crypto

Mine cryptocurrency without the hassle of storing, operating, and maintaining hardware. For 100% passive income, we can even manage your mining returns.

Trading Crypto

We’ve developed a back-tested trading software that exchanges crypto through an automated arbitrage method. We increase the value of our crypto holdings.

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Being tied up in a single cryptocurrency is risky. Diversify your crypto into a mining farm, hardware, and multi-coin
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Want to start your own crypto mining operation? We have the knowledge and network to ensure
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Latest Mining News

The Escobars Believe They’ve Found the Real Satoshi

A new theory regarding the true identity of anonymous Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto has emerged from an extremely unlikely source. Enter the Escobar family and their story about Yasutaka Nakamoto. The story goes like this: Yasutaka Nakamoto was a high-ranking engineer for Pacific West Airlines who worked for Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar, smuggling drugs into the US from South America. Yasutaka disappeared completely from public view in 1992 after surviving an assassination attempt by his former employer. He then resurfaced years later to create and launch Bitcoin. He is also supposedly the brother of Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto. At least

Bloomberg: “Bitcoin will approach record high of about $20,000 this year”

The latest report from Bloomberg reveals that the company expects Bitcoin (BTC) to retest the record highs from 2017, and may even go as high as $28,000. COVID-19 and institutions helping Bitcoin The report suggests that COVID-19 has accelerated Bitcoin’s maturation as an asset, showing its strength amid declining equities. In addition, it points to the ever-increasing appetite from institutional investors, and Grayscale, or GBTC, in particular, which has been consuming about 25% of the the new supply: “So far this year, its increasing AUM has consumed about 25% of new Bitcoin-mined coins vs. less than 10% in 2019. Our graphic depicts the rapidly rising 30-day

Bitcoin Code Reveals Satoshi Nakamoto Used a Russian Proxy

Satoshi Nakamoto may have relied on a Russian proxy as early as January 2009, when Bitcoin v0.1.0 was first released. Telltale signs appear in the file “irc.cpp” on line 212, though this seems to be obfuscated with a simple cipher. Bitcoin v0.1.0 irc.cpp File Released January 9 2020. Source: Satoshi Nakamoto Institute. Spy games This cipher seems to work by removing all the zeros and then converting the numbers from hexadecimal notation to decimal. That produces what looks like an IP address: 87.251.146. At the time, the proxy was provided by Anders Telecom. It has apparently been defunct since 2016. Experts disagree on the validity of such interpretation. Javier Estrella, chief

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Bill Gates

Co-founder of Microsoft

“Bitcoin is a technological tour de force. Bitcoin is better than currency in that you don’t have to be physically in the same place. For large transactions, currency can get pretty inconvenient. “

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Peter Thiel

Co-Founder of PayPal

“PayPal had these goals of creating a new currency. We failed at that, and we just created a new payment system. I think Bitcoin has succeeded on the level of a new currency.”

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Eric Schmidt

Former CEO of Google

“Bitcoin is a remarkable cryptographic achievement. The ability to create something which is not duplicable in the digital world has enormous value. Lot’s of people will build businesses on top of that.”