BitNile Holdings, Inc, a Bitcoin mining firm based in Las Vegas, has published a report on its Bitcoin production and miner installation. During the month of January 2022, BitNile stated that it mined 27.19 Bitcoin. To date, the firm revealed that it has mined a total of 74.98 Bitcoin. Based on the report, the number of mining machines and production capacity metrics are from S19j Pro Antminers at BitNile’s Michigan data center.

Besides that, BitNile stated that in January it bought 2,185 S19j Pro Antminers to support its current 1,860 active miners to help generate a combined processing power of about 189 petahashes per second, the computational power being used to mine Bitcoin. As planned in the past, BitNile said that it completed the sale of the 1,600 S9 Antminers at its Indiana location.

Apart from that, BitNile disclosed that it has entered into purchase agreements with Bitmain, a manufacturer of Bitcoin mining hardware, to buy additional 20,600 Bitcoin miners and 4,600 environmentally friendly S19 XP Antminers. Once all 20,600 miners are completely deployed and operational, BitNile expects to achieve mining production capacity of around 2.24 exahashes per second.

Additionally, BitNile disclosed that its Bitcoin mining production is currently operating at an estimated annualized run rate of 327.26 Bitcoin-based on current market conditions, including a mining difficulty of 26.6 trillion.

Todd Ault Milton, the Founder and Executive Chairman of BitNile, mentioned: “We are pleased that the team has been creatively working through supply chain delays and Bitcoin price fluctuations to keep our operations on track and mining profitably. We anticipate that in the month of February, we will achieve an average of at least one Bitcoin per day in mining activity, based on expected miner installations and current difficulty levels, which will contribute nicely to our overall top-line revenue.”

Still Big Profits in Cryptocurrency Mining?

The announcement by BitNile comes at a time when the profitability of Bitcoin mining has significantly increased. As of October, last year, many publicly-listed Bitcoin mining companies in North America have collectively amassed more than 20,000 BTC, worth over $1.1 billion at prices during that time. Mining firms such as HIVE, Argo, Greenidge, Hut8, Bitfarms, Marathon and Riot mined a total of 6,463 BTC in Q3 last year, which accounted for around 7.5% of the total BTC block rewards during that period. The Q3 bitcoin mining production of these companies was much higher than their Q2 results, thanks to the expansion of their equipment and the weakening competition from Chinese miners after the nation’s recent crackdown.

BitNile Holdings, Inc, a Bitcoin mining firm based in Las Vegas, has published a report on its Bitcoin production and miner installation. During the month of January 2022, BitNile stated that it mined 27.19 Bitcoin. To date, the firm revealed that it has mined a total of 74.98 Bitcoin. Based on the report, the number of mining machines and production capacity metrics are from S19j Pro Antminers at BitNile’s Michigan data center.

Besides that, BitNile stated that in January it bought 2,185 S19j Pro Antminers to support its current 1,860 active miners to help generate a combined processing power of about 189 petahashes per second, the computational power being used to mine Bitcoin. As planned in the past, BitNile said that it completed the sale of the 1,600 S9 Antminers at its Indiana location.

Apart from that, BitNile disclosed that it has entered into purchase agreements with Bitmain, a manufacturer of Bitcoin mining hardware, to buy additional 20,600 Bitcoin miners and 4,600 environmentally friendly S19 XP Antminers. Once all 20,600 miners are completely deployed and operational, BitNile expects to achieve mining production capacity of around 2.24 exahashes per second.

Additionally, BitNile disclosed that its Bitcoin mining production is currently operating at an estimated annualized run rate of 327.26 Bitcoin-based on current market conditions, including a mining difficulty of 26.6 trillion.

Todd Ault Milton, the Founder and Executive Chairman of BitNile, mentioned: “We are pleased that the team has been creatively working through supply chain delays and Bitcoin price fluctuations to keep our operations on track and mining profitably. We anticipate that in the month of February, we will achieve an average of at least one Bitcoin per day in mining activity, based on expected miner installations and current difficulty levels, which will contribute nicely to our overall top-line revenue.”

Still Big Profits in Cryptocurrency Mining?

The announcement by BitNile comes at a time when the profitability of Bitcoin mining has significantly increased. As of October, last year, many publicly-listed Bitcoin mining companies in North America have collectively amassed more than 20,000 BTC, worth over $1.1 billion at prices during that time. Mining firms such as HIVE, Argo, Greenidge, Hut8, Bitfarms, Marathon and Riot mined a total of 6,463 BTC in Q3 last year, which accounted for around 7.5% of the total BTC block rewards during that period. The Q3 bitcoin mining production of these companies was much higher than their Q2 results, thanks to the expansion of their equipment and the weakening competition from Chinese miners after the nation’s recent crackdown.