Mid Manitoba Facility

Cryptohost Canada is at work creating a Cryptocurrency Mining facility at an the town of Birtle in Prairieview municipality in mid-latitude Manitoba.

Why are you located in Manitoba?

The power-intensive process of digital currency mining uses approximately 200 to 250 kilowatt hours of power (as of 2017!!) for each transaction. In addition to the substantial use of power, the computers used for mining generate an intense amount of heat and must be continuously cooled. Manitoba is an ideal destination for cryptocurrency related businesses since it offers:

Low-Cost Utility Rates – In Canada, electricity rates are regulated by the provinces. Manitoba has some of the cheapest commercial hydroelectricity rates in Canada. The average electricity costs in 2017 for a large-power customer in Winnipeg, Manitoba was 5.01 cents per kilowatt-hour. See the chart below illustrating how this rate compares to other regions.

Winnipeg, Manitoba Edmonton, Alberta Ottawa, Ontario United Kingdom Sweden Estonia
$0.0501/kWh $0.0768/kWh $0.1246/kWh $0.1270/kWh $0.0650/kWh $0.0870/kWh
The Electricity rate this year is even lower with $0.0455/kwh.
 Long Cold Winters  – Manitoba has average temperatures of 17.9 °C (64.2 °F) in July and −18.3 °C (−0.9°F) in January.
Land and building have been acquired and a commitment for 12MW interconnection to the grid (300 meters) has been agreed. The new facility will be built to the tenant’s specifications.
Facility Location
One Megawatt can power about 650 residential homes thus our 12MW could power 7,800 residential homes. This emphasizes how Cryptocurrency consumes a lot of power, and that power is largely dissipated in the end as heat that must be exhaled from the mining facility.

“CrytpoHost Canada’s flexible plans provide industry-leading value. Our continuously monitored facility is equipped to set you up quickly and begin mining. We maximize your uptime, provide real-time reports, and tech staff are available 24/7.”

Now Booking for Occupancy Mid 2021

Location: Birtle, Manitoba