NEW YORK, October 25 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Bit Digital, Inc. (Nasdaq: BTBT) (“Bit Digital” or the “Company”), a sustainable digital infrastructure platform for digital assets and cloud computing services, headquartered in New York, is pleased to announce that it has finalized an agreement with Soluna Computing, Inc (“Soluna”) for 4.4 megawatts of incremental hosting capacity at Project Sophie in Kentucky to power its miners for an initial contract term of twelve months. The company will fill the capacity with existing miners from its fleet and expects the miners to be actively hashing by early-November 2023.
Sam Tabar, Bit Digital’s CEO, commented: “We are pleased to enter into this agreement and further diversify our hosting portfolio both geographically and across counterparties. We believe this contract is structured in such way to provide us with enhanced operational flexibility through the ‘halving’ scheduled for 2024.”
About Bit Digital
Bit Digital, Inc. is a sustainable digital infrastructure platform for digital assets and cloud computing services headquartered in New York City. Our bitcoin mining operations are located in the US, Canada, and Iceland. The Company has also established a business line, Bit Digital AI, that offers specialized cloud-infrastructure services for artificial intelligence applications. For additional information, please contact [email protected] or visit our website at www.bit-digital.com.
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