Hashrate Happy Hour Podcast
Hashrate Happy Hour Podcast
Ep. 35 The Home Miner Journey with The Hobbyist Miner

Hey everyone, welcome to this week’s release of the Hashrate Happy Hour Podcast, powered by Giga Energy.

I had the pleasure of sitting down with The Hobbyist Miner and man did we have an awesome conversation! This was especially fun for me because The Hobbyist and I had very similar starts and are in a very similar situation currently where we are exploring how to scale our operations.

This was a much needed episode where we explore how home mining is severely impacted by utility company rates and how there is no one sticking up for us in comparison to the scale of these large operators.

You are really going to want to stick around to the end because we kick around what a rate structure could look like for the home miner and how that could actually get rolled out and be a benefit for a power company.

You can find more about The Hobbyist Miner here: https://thehobbyistminer.io/

You can connect with The Hobbyist Miner via email: TheHobbyistMiner@gmail.com

You can find The Hobbyist Miner on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/thehobbyistminer

You can find The Hobbyist Miner on Twitter: https://twitter.com/HobbyistMiner

You can find The Hobbyist Miner on Discord: https://discord.com/invite/bRqFMBxTrv

This show is powered by Giga Energy.

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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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