RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to a press release by Canada-based mining farm operator Bitfarms, the signing of an agreement with power providers in Paraguay would result in the deployment of the equipment in the country.
The contract will run for 5 years, renewable annually, and will give Bitfarms access to 10 MW of hydroelectric power at a price of US$0.036 per kilowatt per hour (kw/h).
The 3,000 circuits would total 150 Petahash per second (ph/s) of power or capacity to mine Bitcoin, the company states in its release.
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