- Final contracted ASIC Bitcoin Miner Shipment from Canaan received, Mawson now assessing attractive spot market for future ASIC Bitcoin Miner purchases
- Mawson now has approximately 40,000 ASIC Bitcoin Miners deployed at its facilities across its Self-Mining and Hosting Co-location businesses
- Mawson Self-Mining and Hosting Co-location operating at approximately 3.1 Exahash as at end May, expected to be at approximately 3.35 Exahash by end June
- Mawson’s 100% renewable energy Bitcoin Mining facility in Australia expected to be fully operational in June at approximately 0.4 Exahash
- Mawson has sold approximately 1975 ASIC Bitcoin miners in exchange for 33% of the equity in Tasmania Data Centers Pty Ltd (TDI), a 100% renewable energy Bitcoin Miner located in Australia
Sydney, Australia and New York City, USA — June 9th, 2022 — Mawson Infrastructure Group Inc. (NASDAQ:MIGI) (“Mawson”), a digital infrastructure provider, is pleased to provide an ASIC Bitcoin Miner shipment, deployment and operational update.
Mawson has now received the final shipment of A1246 ASIC Bitcoin Miners from Canaan, with the final batch of orders placed in 2021 being deployed across the company’s operations in the coming months.
Current Bitcoin and broader market movements has seen ASIC Bitcoin Miner pricing fall significantly, placing Mawson in a strong position to acquire new ASIC Bitcoin Miners at attractive prices at the appropriate time.
Mawson now has approximately 40,000 ASIC Bitcoin Miners deployed across its Self-Mining and Hosting Co-location business, operating at a combined total of approximately 3.1 Exahash across all operations.
Mawson’s Hosting Co-location business continues to scale up, with over 56 megawatts rapidly deployed over the last 3 months, providing an additional revenue stream for the company over and above Mawson’s Bitcoin Self-Mining operations.
Mawson’s Australian operations are expected to be fully operational by the end of June, with approximately 5,376 ASIC Bitcoin Miners in place at site, currently operating at 0.2 Exahash, expected to rise to 0.4 Exahash by June 30, producing approximately 1.7 Bitcoin per day from this facility alone based on current network difficulty.
Mawson also this month announced it is to become a 33% shareholder of Tasmania Data Infrastructure Pty Ltd (“TDI”), where Mawson has sold approximately 1975 ASIC Bitcoin Miners and will provide a license for TDI to utilize Mawson’s Modular Data Center and associated technology in exchange for 33% of the equity in TDI. TDI is developing a large scale, 100% renewable energy Bitcoin Mining Facility in Tasmania, Australia. Site works are expected to begin in Q3 2022.
James Manning, CEO and Founder of Mawson, said, “Having now received the final shipment of A1246 ASIC Bitcoin Miners from Canaan, we are now in a position to acquire new Bitcoin Miners at low prices at the appropriate time. This flexibility puts us in a solid position to take advantage of market conditions as they unfold. Our Hosting Co-location has been the focus of the current quarter, we now shift that focus to growing our Self-Mining operations sensibly.”
About Mawson Infrastructure
Mawson Infrastructure Group (NASDAQ: MIGI) is a digital infrastructure provider, with multiple operations throughout the USA and Australia. Mawson’s vertically integrated model is based on a long-term strategy to promote the global transition to the new digital economy. Mawson matches sustainable energy infrastructure with next-generation mobile data centre (MDC) solutions, enabling low-cost Bitcoin production and on-demand deployment of infrastructure assets. With a strong focus on shareholder returns and an aligned board and management, Mawson Infrastructure Group is emerging as a global leader in ESG focused Bitcoin mining and digital infrastructure.
For more information, visit: www.mawsoninc.com
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