Hashrate Happy Hour Podcast
Hashrate Happy Hour Podcast
Ep. 33 Surgically Precise Demand Response with Foreman

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Hey everyone, welcome to this week’s release of the Hashrate Happy Hour Podcast. I had the pleasure of sitting down with Dan Lawrence the Founder and CEO of Foreman and Jeremy Ellis the Director of Power at Foreman.

Not only is was this conversation an absolute blast, but I am a huge advocate for their software. I personally use it and cant say enough good things about how easy it is to use and how easy it makes your life when managing a fleet.

Absolutely free up to 25 miners too so I highly recommend you go check them out and give it a try!

On the show today we talk about the really unique intersection that Foreman sits, which is the software tool that helps manage not only the miner fleet but also integrates into the utility companies curtailment programs.

The combo of Dan and Jeremy on this episode really helps pull out all the detail as to why miner software is so important for both managing the miner fleet but also how utility companies can start to plug into that software as well to have surgical precision in executing demand response programs.

You can find more about Foreman here: https://foreman.mn/

You can find Foreman on Twitter: @foremanmining

Today’s podcast is brought to you by our sponsor, the Texas Blockchain Council; a bitcoin-first nonprofit industry organization working to make Texas the jurisdiction of choice for bitcoin mining and blockchain innovation. They will be hosting North America’s premiere policy conference for the bitcoin and digital asset ecosystem on November 15-17 in Fort Worth Texas. For more information, please visit their website at texasblockchaincouncil.org.

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