Russian Bitcoin mining solutions provider BitCluster has announced the construction of a 120-megawatt (MW) data center in Ethiopia, potentially transforming the country into a global mining hub.Thank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!
The facility, situated in Addis Ababa at the Kilinto high-voltage substation, spans 30,000 square meters and is set to launch in January 2024.
Operating with 100% renewable energy from the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, the project ensures an uninterrupted power supply with an expected uptime of 99%.
BitCluster’s full-cycle service center approach aims to enhance mining efficiency by addressing device issues in-house. Co-founder Sergey Arestov anticipates Ethiopia, with its hydropower potential, becoming a key destination for global mining.