June 25, 2014. Monarch Bay, California. Microelectronics Technology Corporation (OTCPK: MELY), the Company previously announced it had ordered one hundred, 1TH/s BTC mining servers. The Company is pleased to announce, it has received all one hundred servers and is currently in the process of deploying a portion of them to the data center in the Vancouver, Canada area.
The company has also been building out its own data center in Washington State which is anticipated to be operational July 11, 2014 or earlier.
This facility, once completed and operational, will allow for the company to expand up to five hundred (500) BTC Mining Servers in one facility.
Once this facility is operational the company will then apply all 100 TH/s BTC Mining to the company’s BTCpoolparty mining pool. https://www.btcpoolparty.com/index.php
The company will be installing and testing all 100-1TH/s BTC Servers during this time period to determine power consumption and hash rate consistency. These 100 servers are reported by the manufacturer to be 25% more power efficient than the previous servers the company has currently online.
The company expects significant results from the BTC Pool Party mining pool once the 100TH/s have been installed and are operational.
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Microelectronics Technology Co.
Mr. Brett Everett
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