Mining has come about as a result of the ongoing complication of the mining process, which requires more technical, energy and financial resources. The world is in the middle of a second gold rush, but it is not gold that they are exploiting today. This is Bitcoin and other cryptographic currencies, zeros and zeros that are turned into pure profit. Around the world, they earn millions with machines, hitting with chips, printing money with printed circuit boards. Of course, these mines are not drilled in the ground, but rather in server rooms where shelves full of highly specialized computers with application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs) operate 24 hours a day to exploit bitcoin. Around the world, the miners have united and created factories and entire sheds, and thousands of GPU cards are assembled on giant farms with peta processing capabilities. Some companies are reusing old factories and investing millions of dollars in mining infrastructure construction. They do this by solving extremely difficult math problems and all this work tends to make them really hot. Of course, the solution is to provide a constant supply of cold air to prevent overheating. Bitcoin mines are therefore highly specialized environments with critical heating and cooling needs, specialized computers and very unusual environments. Today, the mining industry is an industry that spans 114 countries around the world and relentlessly operates the global Bitcoin network. Montreal is a natural destination for these Bitcoin mining farms. D-Central has an extensive network of partners based in Montreal to meet your hosting needs for ASIC and GPU. Contact us now for a customized solution tailored to your needs.