Bitmain to Debut World Digital Mining Map (WDMM) Platform for Connecting Farms and Miners
Gigantic Chinese-based crypto mining hardware Bitmain has announced that it will roll on a platform that will link crypto miners and farm owners next year. According to the announcement, this will be the first such platform in the globe that aims to link farms and miners.
The platform will be known as World Digital Mining Map (WDMM) is set to be rolled on at the World Digital Mining Summit (WDMS) that will be held in Frankfurt from Oct.8 to Oct. 10, the company said in a blog post.
As per the blog post, the WDMM the platform will be a worldwide network that will link owners of mining hardware as well as mining farms that will offer their available power resources and accommodate them free of charge. Consequently, members of the network will be allowed to access various individualized services from Bitmain that will comprise of support with the design of the mining farm, linkage to international clients to host, assistance with operations as well as construction.
Cointelegraph states those that wish to be enlisted on the platform, the mining farm owners are required to offer data about their current mining facilities as well as show they have the capacity to accommodate miners. The blog post notes that mining farm owners will have a chance to apply for listing on the platform at the WDMS event.
The director of mining farm at Bitmain, Matthew Wang, said that the WDMM platform is set to enhance crypto mining and make it more sustainable in the long term. Wang explained that the new platform will offer a fresh way for linking mining farms to the hardware owners. Wang explained that Bitmain is set to continue to support miners using their hardware and enhance the overall growth in the industry.
In addition to the launch, Bitmain said it will name the top 10 mining farms in the world at the WDMS event. As per the blog post by the company, the winners will be awarded official certificates as well as VIP tickets for the WDMS event. At the time of publication, voting for the best mining farms is still ongoing.