Such a farm will be opened by Hadouken Pty Ltd, a company that has received a license to mine a crypto currency from the Southern Australian Development Assessment Commission. The facility is scheduled to be commissioned in late 2018.
Such a farm will be opened by Hadouken Pty Ltd, a company licensed to mine the cryptocurrency of the SDAP (Southern Australia Development Assessment Commission). The farm is promised to be built in operation at the end of this year, the facility will be located 250 km from the capital Petra.
The total area of the farm will be more than 8 hectares of land, which will be installed 10 containers with solar panels – such equipment will more than provide the whole facility with electricity. It should be noted that only three employees will work at the enterprise.
The head of Hadouken Pty Ltd, Ben Tan, says that not only bitcoins but also other crypto-currencies will be mined in the mining farm.
The local administration is very supportive of this perspective, believing that the new enterprise can increase the number of renewable energy sources, at the moment the “lion’s share” of electricity is generated by two local coal stations.
In case of success of the enterprise, Hadouken Pty Ltd can become an example for other farming ministries, which will also be able to transfer their activities to the territory of Australia, where most of the territories are desert.