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"Crypto is hyper volatile. That's the nature of it, but that's what creates the reward for people"

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- Tom Lee - Managing Partner Fundstrut

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Validating the network, one transaction at a time.

Leviathan is one of the largest cryptocurrency mining facilities in Norway. First built to exclusively mine Bitcoin, the facility is being continuously upgraded for mining state-of-the-art Blockchain technology. Leviathan computational performance is achieved with specifically designed mining rigs that efficiently mine hashing algorithms for various cryptocurrencies such as Zcash, Dash, Monero, Bitcoin and others. The Leviathan facility is powered by 100% Green energy via hydroelectricity.

Scroll down for more in-depth information on how Leviathan mines cryptocurrency!


Energy, (Norway & Hydroelectricity)

The results of cryptocurrency mining highly depends on infrastructure efficiency and electricity rates, which makes renewable energy sources - such as hydroelectricity - the go to solution for a cost effective and clean mining operation. Today over 99% of Norways energy is provided by renewables hydroelectricity. 

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