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How To Use Solar Power To Get Digital Currency
Quickly and easily convert your extra solar energy to Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and more!

Let's Get Started!
Step 1
Discover Extra Power

Take a look at your power bill.
How much power are your solar panels producing?
Do you have excess power?

It’s fairly common to have your residential solar panel system produce more energy than you can consume. A process known as net metering allows consumers to take the solar energy that they don’t use and sell it back to utility companies, which helps to reduce electric bills.

This is great - but let's take it one step further. It's time to discover an investment that will covert your solar panel system to digital currency.

AVERAGE SOLAR ENERGY PRODUCTION

Solar Panel Location
Monthly Power Usage
Daily Cost
Residential Home
~ 900 kWh
$2.59
Office Space
~ Unlimited
Free
Step 2
Determine Your Space

Let's start to determine the best location as we determine the best quantity of rigs for you!

Where are you going to place your mining rig device(s)?
  • Stacked in your office space?
  • In your garage?
  • In a bedroom or closet?
For residential customers, it's important to consider the amount of energy used by multiple devices.

For commercial customers, it's important to consider how much monthly power your office space is allowed to use. Unlimited? Perfect.


MINING RIG TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS BY DAY

Mining Rig
Power Usage
Daily Cost
Eve
~ 600W
$1.73
Titan
~ 1000W
$2.88
Step 3 Choose Your Device and Quantity

We have created one of the easiest plug-and-play mining rigs ever produced from the ground up. We proudly serve individuals and business enterprises. From one mining device to hundreds, we deliver cutting-edge tech infrastructure and the best cost efficiency.


A Customer Case Study

Ross lives in Memphis, TN. He buys an Eve 60 mh/s Mining Device and sets it up and home in his bedroom. He pays no setup charges, no hosting, and no maintenance fees. His only expense is electricity, which is powered by his solar panel system. He plugs in the device and pushes the power button to start mining. That's it!

Hash Rate
108 h/s
Power Consumption
~ 600W
Electricity Rate
~ $0.12 per kWh
Price of Device
$3,500
Over the next few months, Ross will mine Ethereum for $200 (market value as of 7/25/17).

Ross' Eve Mining Device will pay for itself in less than a year.
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