$12M Blockchain Project gets Green Lit in Canada

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$12M Blockchain Project gets Green Lit in Canada

LIAN Group announce joint venture with BitFury which will generate 3,500 Bitcoins.

Private equity firm LIAN Group has further demonstrated its commitment to developing and investing in disruptive technologies by announcing a $12m (USD) injection to upgrade a blockchain datacenter in Canada.

The deal, which was concluded this week, is a joint investment venture with Bitfury to jointly invest in the upgrade of one of their major datacenters located in Three Hills, Canada.

With a capacity of 16MW producing more than 400 PH/S, the datacenter is expected to generate more than 3,500 Bitcoin across its lifetime. Added to this, it will consist a new generation of efficient machines from miner maker, MicroBT.

This announcement follows the successful MAAS upgrade of a datacenter in Norway which again was a masterplan brokered by Luxembourg based LIAN Group and Bitfury.

The upgrade in Canada exemplifies a significant scale up in operations for LIAN:

“We at the LIAN Group are again delighted to work with Bitfury on a project which will generate thousands of Bitcoin and further attract investors in this space, strategically bringing institutional investors into the blockchain infrastructure business” stated Fiorenzo Manganiello, co-founder of LIAN Group.

“We are seeing more investors interested in mining operations in North America,” highlighted Nessim-Sariel Gaon, co-founder at LIAN GROUP.

“Mining profitability has risen over the last 12 months and most miners are using mining pools in Asia, particularly in China. We see north America, and particularly Canada, which also has more regulatory compliance, as a much more profitable alternative,” added Gaon.

The $12m upgrade to the datacenter begins immediately, with operations expected to be concluded by April this year.

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