Hashrate Happy Hour Podcast
Hashrate Happy Hour Podcast
Ep. 42 BONUS Build a Bitcoin Mining Facility 101 with Great Oaks Round 2
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Hey everyone, welcome to this week’s release of the Hashrate Happy Hour Podcast, powered by Giga Energy.

This Monday’s release is the round 2 of my discussion with Tony Clark, the President & Founder of Great Oaks.

We pick the conversation up where we left off by going deeper on how utility companies are looking for new business, or not, and a full walk through of building out an imaginary 5MW site in an attempt to explain some of the jargon that you can expect to hear in both industries.

I hope that you guys enjoy these back to back bonus episodes with Tony Clark!

You can find more about Great Oaks at: https://www.greatoaksco.com/

You can find more about Great Oaks on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/great-oaks-engineered-solutions/

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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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