Cryptobloc Technologies Vancouver to Acquire 5,000 Bitcoin Miners
Announced today, Vancouver-based blockchain and cryptocurrency services company Cryptobloc Technologies intends to purchase a minimum of 5,000 digital currency mining machines.
A letter of intent to acquire the machines from Hong Kong-based Milson Investment Holdings Ltd has been issued and forms a phase of operations, allowing Cryptobloc to further capitalize on the growth of the digital currency economy.
A foundation for future growth for Cryptobloc Technologies
Cryptobloc develops blockchain, distributed ledger, closed loop, and cryptocurrency services for government and commercial partners.
“These 5000 machines represent the foundation for our future growth and will provide a solid asset base which we can leverage for our forthcoming projects,” said Cryptobloc CEO Neil Stevenson-Moore. “The large majority of the 5000 machines will be state-of-the-art Bitcoin Miners.”
Cryptobloc will also be considering digital currency miners that produce other coins that demonstrate strong growth, practical application, and investor confidence.
“The growth we continue to witness across the Crypto landscape made the acquisition and deployment of a successful mining operation an obvious decision as a means to underpin our future plans,” continued Stevenson-Moore.
The Canadian company – publicly listed in Canada, the U.S, and Germany – is planning further announcements concerning new partnerships in coming weeks.
Cryptobloc Technologies became the trading name for Global Remote Technologies Ltd, following the companies annual general meeting on March 21st, 2018. On the same date, Cryptobloc announced the completion of the acquisition of Know Your Customer (KYC) and blockchain authentication software company 1Linx.
Unknown location for mining machines, but Canada could be a contender
With offices in Canada, Mexico, Oman, and the U.S, Cryptobloc has yet to announce where the 5,000 machines will be based. However, there is a strong possibility the firm will look to take advantage of low energy prices and available infrastructure in Canada.
The diversification for Cryptobloc is another example of the number of blockchain and non-blockchain companies in Canada moving into the digital currency mining sector.
The news also marks a further significant investment for a Canadian company in the digital currency and blockchain space.
Image credit: Cryptobloc logo
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