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Made In The USA: WhatsMiner Will Produce Bitcoin Miners In American Soil

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Is WhatsMiner just claiming first-mover advantage? Is manufacturing company MicroBT going to conquer the Americas? If so, this is big news for the company, mining, and the Bitcoin network. It comes from the fact that there are no press releases on the service. And neither WhatsMiner nor his official MicroBT channel have confirmed this massive development. However, they retweet some cryptic tweets. And it seems that the product already exists.

That WhatsMiner M30S+ “Made In USA with Import Parts” exists. The man who tweeted the photo, miner Kevin Chan, said: recently attended “Whats Miner Hydro-cooling Show”. A recent press release about the event read, “MicroBT partners with HeatCore to offer integrated hydrocooling mining and heating system. WhatsMiner Hydrocooling Show at Titan Energy Park in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania It would be held.”

Did MicroBT announce US manufacturing capacity at that event?slide in First image in this tweet It says “Made In America” ​​and has the MicroBT logo on the bottom. “So happy to have had the opportunity to attend the WhatsMiner Hydro-cooling Show and witness their new product being released!” tweeted his Bitdeer of his Mining platform.

What else does the Internet know? Check it out!

WhatsMiner and its US partners

Main source of information is Chinese journalists Colin Wu tweeted:

“Whatsminer, the world’s second largest Bitcoin mining machine maker, recently announced the official production of Bitcoin mining machines in the United States. Our current production capacity is 10,000 units per month, but in the future we can expand to 30,000 units per month.”

He also clarified that “Products that Whatsminer produces in the United States can reduce taxes and shipping costs for consumers.” Traditionally, the manufacturing of Bitcoin mining machines has been a monopoly of Chinese companies. Both Antminer and Whatsminer are produced in Asia and exported worldwide from there. In the last few years, the American giant Intel has announced and quickly entered the market. Block-scale ASIC.

As the world’s second largest Bitcoin mining machine maker, MicroBT is slowly making its way into North America.of operated by the company We have 1 “WhatsMiner After-Sales Repair Center” in the US, 2 in Canada and 2 in Kazakhstan. These “repair labs” are primarily for machines still under warranty, which makes more sense now that MicroBT has announced production capacity in the US.

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What else do you know about US factories?

Quite a lot, actually. Kevin Zhang shared more details when asked, “Why not just say Assembled in USA?” Apparently, the project “covers everything from the chip level onwards” and “has been secretly underway for the last three years!” Not only that, but he shared this video showing the facility in action.

This is a small step towards decentralization, but a step nonetheless. There are still too few companies manufacturing ASICs, but at least production is no longer limited to one continent. Shipping from the US is cheaper and faster than shipping from Asia. This is a great day for Bitcoin mining and the Americas.

Featured Image: WhatsMiner, Made in USA from this tweet | Charts by TradingView

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