BTC Mining Deep Dive with JP Baric, the Founder & CEO of Miningstore
🔈 JP Baric is the founder and CEO of Miningstore, a US mining company which designs, builds and operates large-scale cryptocurrency mining data centers. Since starting a robotics camp at only 15 years old, JP has created three businesses and has led the development of ten cryptocurrency mining sites.
We talk with JP about his crypto mining and entrepreneurial beginnings, founding Miningstore, his insights on the current state of crypto, mining and energy markets, the ins and outs of BTC mining and infrastructure, energy economics, “the energy grid” and renewables, energy source limitations, BTC mining environmental concerns, asset amortization in parallel with energy use for mining, geothermal energy for BTC mining, infrastructure challenges, the regulatory outlook, Choke Point 2.0 effects, decentralization in BTC mining, PoW vs. PoS, overall challenges JP endures and his short-term vs. long-term goals.🔈
🔈We talk with JP about his crypto mining and entrepreneurial beginnings, founding Miningstore, his insights on the current state of crypto, mining and energy markets.
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