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It is located in a barren landscape in South Dakota, and they initially regard the assignment as punishment.
As they go about their assignments to retrieve missing artifacts and investigate reports of new ones, they come to understand the importance of what they are doing.
Then there’s this option, which Jacob Smith recently came across in rural China.
Smith is the editor of cryptocurrency blog The Coinsman.
It’s a massive mining operation run by just three guys.
For an idea of just how big an operation it is, the power bill alone is in excess of $US60,000 per month.
The maths is extremely rubbery, as returns are based on many variables including the cost of power, but in Australia, that would generate at least ,500 a week.
They have “a couple of bitcoin” each for their efforts (Smith says they’re “heroes that keep our precious bitcoin network safe”).The mining is done by Avalon machines, which quickly date and as such, are unprofitable to run, Smith said.Here’s the result: All up, there’s 2500 machines functioning at any one time, churning out 230 billion calculations per second, per unit.He’s based in Beijing and dedicates his site to “the ones who believe that Bitcoin is a revolutionary technology 40 years in the making that’s going to disrupt finance and government as we know it”.He graciously let Business Insider grab a piece of his amazing pictorial of his trip.
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