Collect your free Bitcoin. Ukrainian startup Hotmine offers miners-heaters

Collect your free Bitcoin. Ukrainian startup Hotmine offers miners-heaters
Collect your free Bitcoin. Ukrainian startup Hotmine offers miners-heaters Ukrainian startup Hotmine offers a radical new solution to mine and effectively use the two most useful functions of ASIC miners: the Bitcoin generation and high heat dissipation, which heat the air, water, and other fluids. The idea is to combine miner and heater popular for a long time, however, a complete solution of industrial-level first appeared. Hotmine announced the release of a series of miners-heaters “Smart heat”, including a series of three models. Externally miner-heater from Hotmine like a big black box stuffed with a bunch of wires and tubes. Inside the device are the most Patriotic mining BitFury chips production. In the process, the chips heat the water. After the water is heated to a certain temperature, the device can be used to heat the apartment or house. Thus, the dual functionality of the device allows to use it even when it is used as mining hardware becomes no longer interesting. Even if production efficiency drops below the level of profitability, the heater continues to function at least partially compensates for the energy costs. On the company’s official website presents three models of the device, wherein the performance mining and almost identical in other parameters, except the price. The more powerful model of the boiler, the greater the reward the user receives. The first two models currently closer to pure heaters, as miners have become obsolete. However, the top and expensive model, first of all, it is a Bitcoin miner. Below is an official description of the most powerful “block-heater”: HOTMINE TOPPower consumption 3. 3 kW – up to 50 sq. m. heating (when using the heater) The power of the mining – 28 TX/sec. it Uses the latest generation Bitfury chips on 16 nm. The water temperature at the outlet – 70 Application: Underfloor heating, DHW, reheating. Release date – September 2016, available to pre-order – 6400$ Thus, we can conclude that this device is suitable for heating of industrial premises or large private houses, but not intended for the mass market. In a normal living room in a high-rise building such a device most suitable for the construction of saunas. The cost of the humble room heater$ 2,000, obviously, more than affordable for an average Ukrainian consumer. Currently miners-water heaters yet available, they are available for pre-order. The first generation with the 55 nm chips will be available in April, and the latest device – only in September. The appliance may order any inhabitant of Ukraine, and also citizens of some other countries who are ready to buy your home heater for the price of a used car. Depending on the model chosen, prices range from Junior for$ 2000 Top up for 6400 dollars. Can you trust the company? It’s no secret that many hardware manufacturers for bitcoin mining was a notorious fact that often didn’t keep their promises. Therefore, the cryptocurrency community is skeptical about the reports of the production of equipment of any new company. However, the founders Hotmine well-known Ukrainian and Russian-speaking community in General as longtime activists and promoters of cryptocurrency. This is not who other, as the Oles Slobodenyuk – owner of the first Ukrainian shop selling bitcoins for food, and Alexander Momot – shop owner “Stoves and fireplaces”. They assure that it is not going to disappear and is always ready to answer customer questions. The first working model of the miner-the heater is exposed in owned by Momot store in Kiev, on the street Malevich, 8. Everyone is welcome to visit the store and test the device. On the project’s website stated:”Using such the heater, you reduce Ukraine’s dependence on imported energy, and (thanks to the efforts of the Ukrainian engineers) you get an extra profit! “. Residents of other countries can be difficult to understand how you can save energy if instead of direct heating of water with gas to spend the electricity, produced in the same way, but with lots of collateral damage. However, the Ukrainian logic of such questions is obviously not set. Device manufacturers are trying to attract Ukrainian clients, with the emphasis on saving gas due to the multiple increase of power consumption. Perhaps for residents of Ukraine, the possession of such a device and in fact can significantly reduce heating costs by bringing additional income in the form of bitcoin mining. Source: Bits. media