ViaBTC, the fifth-largest Bitcoin mining pool in the world announced that it has formed a strategic partnership with BitRiver to provide special terms to the users of BitRiver’s datacenter facilities.
According to the official press release shared with Finance Magnates, ViaBTC announced the installation of a new server in its pool located at the datacenter of BitRiver in the city of Bratsk. The company also mentioned that the installation will be completed before the start of 2021.
As per special terms offered by ViaBTC, crypto miners with devices hosted at different data center facilities of BitRiver can now accumulate more profits using ViaBTC’s mining pool. Both companies expect the upcoming server to be more reliable for the users and an important source of connectivity between their mining devices at BitRiver’s data center and the pool.
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Commenting on the partnership, Haipo Yang, CEO, and Founder at ViaBTC said: “Russia and CIS countries are an important part of our global expansion, and BitRiver is our preferred datacenter for those who host their devices in that region. With this partnership, we look forward to growing our strategic cooperation with BitRiver to better serve our customers and reach more customers globally.”
Finance Magnates exclusively reached out to Igor Runet, CEO at BitRiver, to get his comments about the collaboration. “This is a strategic partnership. For us and for ViaBTC, the collaboration is an opportunity to increase our presence in the market, to offer our services to a partner client base. It is also an opportunity for us to provide our customers with more alternatives and improve the service, the attractiveness of our data center. We don’t exclude joint marketing campaigns and the improvement of conditions for our clients in the future. We’ll look forward to the results,” Runet said.
BitRiver recently partnered with the largest independent hydropower generator in the world, En+ Group to jointly set up a bitcoin mining facility in Bratsk.