Blockchain Power Corp. (BPC) is at the forefront of the blockchain revolution by unlocking the value of abundant and reliable West Virginia energy for BTC mining at unprecedented power rates.
BPC is building a scalable BTC mining and data hosting infrastructure, deploying state-of-the-art mobile data centers in strategic locations for rapid and cost-effective hash power expansion.
BPC complements its BTC mining fleet with selected institutional and strategic hosting contracts to accelerate growth of free cash.
During its first year of operation, BPC constructed and activated 2 BTC mining sites in West Virginia. These operational BPC sites provide 15 MW of data hosting services for 4 activated BTC mining clients.
BPC became a cashflow / EBITA positive enterprise during Q4 of 2022. BPC’s blended monthly revenue at 15 MW is $820,000 and $9,840,000 annualized. Gross monthly profit net of energy cost is $400,000 and $4,800,000 annualized.
Environmentally conscious BPC will convert a blend of energy resources into hash power for efficient, low-cost and sustainable Bitcoin mining.
BPC will be a catalyst for development of renewable power in the Appalachian region.
BPC is building scalable infrastructure for a decentralized network of state-of-the-art data centers. Each data center location will be supported by 10 MW to 100 MW of decentralized power.
BPC intends to achieve hash power production and Bitcoin mining capacity of 20 MW by year end 2022 and 150 MW by year end 2023.
By the end of 2023, our self-mining data centers will support 25,000 ASIC computers for Bitcoin mining at an average of 100TH each.
Abundant energy supply available in Appalachia for sustainable production of hash power for low cost BTC mining.
Scalable decentralized data center development near substations or at the natural gas wellhead allows for rapid and cost-effective hash power expansion.
Dynamic management of BTC mining assets and Bitcoin reserves to maximize shareholder value.
BPC will benefit from Appalachia’s vast energy resources and highly skilled workforce, as well as underutilized manufacturing facilities for mobile data center production.