Cryptocurrency Mining Heat May Soon Be Recycled

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A self-proclaimed Canadian entrepreneur is seeking to recycle the heat generated from Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency mining. The entrepreneur is optimistic that he is doing the right thing to recycle the heat. For the past many months, the entrepreneur has been studying what is possible for the heat. He has so far realized that the heat can keep fish and some plants. Bruce Hardy, who is based in Manitoba is willing to try to recycle the heat from his rig. He said that he has confirmed the heat can sustain the life of certain crops as well as fish. According to Hardy, he owns 30 bitcoin mining gigs. These gigs are housed in a house with the area of 20, 000 square feet. 

This house is found in St. Francois Xavier Manitoba. He says that the heat from the building is redirected using a special way. The channel then directs to where the fish and edible crops are.
 Hardy raises approximately 800 Arctic Char. These types of edible fish are comfortable with the heat that comes out of the gigs. This entrepreneur has built a tank on the building’s first floor.  The water that comes from the fish has a high concentration of nitrates. These are the excellent nutrients that are responsible for edible cash crops.

Hardy only needs to press a button to water his crops. He says that it doesn’t cost him a thing. With the press of a button, he can water his cash crops that are on a floor that is above the tank. Among the crops, Hardy grows are sprouted fodder, basil, and lettuce. He can reach all these cash crops with the water from the tank. Speaking to the press, Hardy says that he enjoys doing what he loves. “It’s all connected, much like Earth,” he said.

Bruce is also the president of Myers Group. This is a company whose aim is to come up with innovative and sustainable food production systems. Before he started thinking how to utilize the heat, Hardy purchased a big air conditioner. But he soon realized that the heat could be redirected for meaningful purposes. 

He has been mining bitcoin for the last two years. He says the business is better than running a pay per head site. “When bitcoin came, they were an excellent proxy for what a server could do regarding emulating heat. Whether we could use that heat for agricultural purposes or not,” said Mr. Hardy.

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