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ASIC Hosting Starting At $33/kW

By utilizing our 5+ years of mining experience and 30+ combined years of IT management, MiningStore provides you with top-class hosting services for your ASIC mining hardware.

MiningStore has developed advanced infrastructure to ensure the cooling, monitoring, and security of your miners are at optimal levels.

Feel certain that your mining investment will be managed with the utmost care and efficiency in order to maximize your returns and extend your machines lifespan.

Why Host With Us?

Unmatched Hosting Rates

We’ve spent years learning how to utilize alternative power sources and obtain the lowest cost power rates in the world for our customers.

Efficient Installation

Our team of IT professionals will ensure that your machines are efficiently installed for no cost, and mining at our facility as quickly as possible.

24/7 Monitoring and Security

MiningStore provides our customers with 24/7 monitoring and an advanced production support ticketing system to track all requests, changes, and incidents for your mining hardware.

On-Site Technicians

MiningStore has on-site technicians to provide any necessary maintenance to ensure your mining hardware maintains the highest possible uptime.


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Remote Monitoring Software

MiningStore customers have remote access via your MiningStore portal to view the live performance and overall health status of your machines.


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ASIC Overclocking

MiningStore overclocks our customer’s mining hardware to produce superior hash rates and returns for your mining investment.


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What is an ASIC Miner?

An ASIC cryptocurrency mining rig, otherwise known as an Application-Specific Integrated Circuit, is a device that has been specifically designed for one purpose, cryptocurrency mining. The high level of specialization offered by ASIC units allows miners to solve cryptocurrency blocks faster with less electricity compared to any other method of cryptocurrency mining.

Think of them literally as “Cryptocurrency generating machines”. 

Bitcoin mining was initially done on CPUs and then transitioned to the use of GPUs, but because that hardware can be used for a variety of purposes, like computer gaming, they require more electricity and offer less computer power for the specific task. GPUs have mainly been repurposed for speculative mining.

Nowadays all serious cryptocurrency mining is done with dedicated cryptocurrency mining hardware ASICs, usually in mining containers or data-centers with low-cost electricity.

What is an ASIC Miner actually doing?

ASIC Bitcoin mining is the act of solving complex “proof of work” algorithms to verify when someone sends Bitcoin to another person; how much, to whom, and ensuring sure the portion of Bitcoin changing hands hasn’t already been sent somewhere else. In exchange for lending their computing power to the network, Bitcoin miners are rewarded via transaction fees, and when new blocks of information are created. 

All the information about every Bitcoin transaction is recorded into what’s known as a blockchain. Put simply, a blockchain is a chain of data blocks. When a transaction is put forth, an encrypted packet of data is created, called a hash, and Bitcoin miners work to decrypt the information and find the 64 digit solution to the mathematical problem.

When a hash is solved, the Bitcoin miners pass the information into a block on the public ledger. When a block fills up, a small bit of information about the previous block is also included before the ledger starts recording to a new block, in order to ensure the integrity of all future blocks.

Are ASIC Bitcoin Miners still profitable?

Yes, Bitcoin mining is still profitable and will continue to be if you have the correct setup. While profitably mining in your basement may be behind us, there are thousands of people who have partnered with the right people that provide access to the two key factors in making it profitable.

These two key factors that determine if ASIC Bitcoin mining is profitable or not is the price of Bitcoin’s and your electricity rate.

Bitcoin mining is still very profitable if you can partner with a hosting provider or you yourself have access to power below $.06/kWh.

When Bitcoin was at its highest of almost 20k, Bitcoin mining was extremely profitable at rates as high as $.12/kWh.

Why right now is the best time to start mining Bitcoin at scale?

The bear market has provided an amazing opportunity to start mining Bitcoin extremely profitable with a large-scale mining operation.

There have never been lower hardware prices or power rates accessible to capitalize on. Along with this, the low price of Bitcoin provides miners with a low difficulty rate and the ability to accumulate a large volume of tokens at a low price. 

What we recommend for anyone looking to make the most with Bitcoin mining in 2021, is investing in reputably sourced used Bitmain S19s due to their high efficiency and placing them in a MiningStore Mining Pod to access our incredibly low power costs.

What we recommend for anyone looking to make the most with Bitcoin mining in 2019 is investing in reputably sourced due to their extremely low cost and placing them in a MiningStore BitCave to access our incredibly low power costs. 

How to calculate profitability?

To help miners calculate if they can be profitable with their current infrastructure there are dozens of websites that provide profitability calculators.  You can input parameters such as equipment cost, hash rate, power consumption, and the current bitcoin price, to see how long it will take to pay back your investment.

How to find profitable ASIC miners?

Below are a few important factors when choosing your Bitcoin mining hardware that will affect whether it is a profitable investment. 

Hash Rate – The number of calculations that your hardware can perform every second as it tries to crack the mathematical problem. The higher the machine’s hash rate is the more likely it is to solve the block and earn the reward.

Energy Consumption – How much power your machines requires to run. The more power it requires the more it will cost to operate every month. Finding a machine that creates more Bitcoin than what it costs you to run is crucial in your Bitcoin mining success. 

Hashing speed / power consumption = mining efficiency

Price – You’ll want to invest in hardware that provides the best efficiency for the price. We’ve seen Bitmain’s S19 Antminer be the best value with maximum efficiency.

Can you buy used ASIC miners?

Absolutely as used Bitcoin mining hardware has a massive resale market and can provide you with cheap alternatives to profitably enter the mining space. 

Just make sure that you are sourcing hardware from a reputable supplier that can prove the functionality of the machine and can make you feel certain they were operated in the best environment to extend the hardware’s lifespan.

We recommend looking into used Bitmain 13.5 Th/s S9s since they have been the best value miners for the price we’ve seen. 

What is ASIC miner overclocking?

Overclocking is essentially the process to optimize a Bitcoin miner. Overclocking is using custom software to increase the internal clock rate used by a computer chip in order to make it run faster.