We’re fellow citizens of the world experiencing the same energy, environmental, and economic challenges that you are. Soaring rate increases from centralized power companies. Increasing natural disasters related to climate change. Growing uncertainty surrounding macroeconomic conditions. We are leading during this era of momentous change with our bitcoin mining operations and energy systems.
A bitcoin miner uses specialized computers to verify transactions on the bitcoin blockchain. Bitcoin is the reward miners earn for performing this service. Bitcoin mining makes the promise of decentralized currencies, like bitcoin, possible. Without mining, there would be no bitcoin. But mining is very energy intensive, so maintaining this increasingly important component of our digital infrastructure—the bitcoin blockchain—comes at a price. At CleanSpark, we mine bitcoin in a responsible way. Since mining our very first bitcoin, we’ve used a sustainable energy mix that includes nuclear, hydroelectric, solar, and wind. We purchase carbon offsets to make up any difference in changing regional energy mixes to achieve our goal of 100% net carbon-neutrality.
Generating and storing energy on your own property, whether that is your home or business, has never been easier. Our energy concierge works with you to determine critical items in your home that need to be backed up during a power outage. CleanSpark’s home energy system, mVoult, allows you to operate independently of the power grid. The mVoult app helps you monitor your energy, ensuring the power is on when you need it most. We also support commercial clients with our cutting-edge technologies.
*co-located at Coinmint
January 20, 2022
Focused on sustainability, CleanSpark has long held that bitcoin mining is a boon to renewable energy infrastructure.Read More
January 13, 2022
CleanSpark Executive Chairman Matt Schultz speaks with CoinDesk about the downside of 100% HODLing mined bitcoin.Read More
January 12, 2022
We've planted new roots in Henderson’s Green Valley community.Read More