Traditional large scale mining and High Performance Computing operations get their power from the grid - based on a traditional energy mix. The 21MM team, will reduce both methane emissions and electrical costs with our integrated and flexible system. Our model utilizes pipeline quality gas and the abundant renewable energy from the West Texas grid.
We believe that next generation energy grids need to be an intelligent, dynamic system connecting legacy power stations with networks of distributed producers and consumers of energy. Such a system relies on advanced metering infrastructure with smart meters as energy managers and intelligent machines as agents that buy and sell energy via smart contracts, using urban micro-power stations and batteries as storage. The formerly uninvolved consumer of the 20th century becomes an active player in a breathing and flexible energy organism, which is managed by smart contracts and paid in cryptocurrency.
The analysis of energy prices is key for efficient mining and data center operations. We are laying the foundations for the software infrastructure necessary to manage digital mining operation and maximize the potential and flexibility of Containerized Mining Pods in order to become a leading player in the emerging world of blockchain-based energy transactions.
We designed our processes with this issue in mind, resulting in an all-around highly scalable integrated concept. We provide access to intrastate pipelines for firm delivery of pipeline quality natural gas.
The 21 MM team has developed the core technology ranging from circuit boards to middleware to application software layers for the Containerized Mining Pod based upon a clear set of development principles and guidelines: Mobility, Modularity, Cost-efficiency, Maintainability, Plug‘n‘play, Plug‘n‘mine, Scalability, Cooling optimization.
The automated, decentralized management of Containerized Mining Pod is carried out by the Universal Mining Hub (UMH). The UMH is an application running in the cloud which aggregates all the information from UPCs. Frontends connected to the UMH like web- based applications or mobile apps can watch, supervise and configure CMPs and their components.