Coshocton’s Standard Power Center runs blockchain mining for Ohio – Coshocton Tribune | Jewelry Dukan

  • Standard Power had a band average and a grand open at Coshocton on Monday. The blockchain and data center is one of the largest in Ohio.
  • The facility has about 20 employees and 50 mg of data mining power. By the end of 2023, there are expected to be more than 100 employees and an additional 700 MW of power from a facility in Conesville.
  • Speakers at the ribbon cutting included Lt. gov. Jon Husted and Andrew Burchill of the Ohio Blockchain Council, who touted the importance of blockchain to Ohio’s future economy.
  • Standard Power’s CEO said the welcoming community and support from local officials is one of the reasons Standard Power came to Coshocton.

COSHOCTON — A cutting-edge technology company in a burgeoning industry opened a new facility in Coshocton on Monday. It is one of the largest of its kind in Ohio.

Standard Power held a tape average at its blockchain and data center at 500 N. Fourth St. on the site of the former WestRock paper mill, which closed in 2015. Standard Power bought the property in October 2018, and former Mayor Steve Mercer first endorsed the company in his January 2019 State of the City speech coming to town.

The event included exhibits and demonstrations related to immersion cooling, miner maintenance and management, and the benefits of a Bitcoin mining data center in Ohio. Official comments were made by local and state officials, including Lt. gov. Jon Husted.

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