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Austrian Bitcoin Miner Seeks An IPO On The London Stock Exchange

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Jan/22/2018

Technology is on its way to the 2018 London Stock Exchange. Above all, this is after an Austrian cryptocurrency miner requests for it. If you are wondering what this might look like, it is time to learn. The Aussie calls this venture, the green energy cryptocurrency. If things work in the miner’s favor, then soon you will find something to invest in. Also, this is far much different from pay per head business. 

But there are those who believe the two are related. Nonetheless, everybody is waiting to see what this venture is likely to be like. The bitcoin miner says that his move to request for an initial public offering is not about the blockchain mania. He says that it is something far much better than that. But if it works as he believes, it will change everything.

According to GmbH, a registered company, the miner, uses, the 2018 IPO will help a lot. The first thing the miner sees is the taking of his business out of Austria.  In November 2017, the company stated that it had raised $2.8 million. This money was meant for initial coin offering. But the miner says that if he is lucky to list his shares, it will be safe. Yes, it will be comfortable and safe to raise funds for his business.

“I want investors to be able to invest in a company they trust. A firm that is genuinely risky. But on the other hand, operates within a framework which is secure,” said Hydrominer CFO Davies Guttmann.
The bitcoin miner, who is based in Vienna want to raise double-digit million for his business. His CFO says that the listing will be able to assist them to do many things. “We will not be able to raise nearly enough money than we could use,” the CFO added. PremierPerHead.com offers a free 2 week trial when you click over here

The CFO also said that a leading financial auditor had been sent to review the firm. The evaluation aims to see if the business is profitable. The Chief Financial Officer considers this to be the best move. He is optimistic that his company will finally sail through to LSE. 

The Austrian miner has invested in over 2, 000 small hydroelectric power stations. These are his source of power. Without them, he will not be able to mine any coin at all. Bitcoin mining consumes a lot of energy and is time-consuming.  The company operates its cryptocurrency mining rigs within modular shipping containers. These containers are placed near the Alps.

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