Blockchains LLC Reveals New Nevada Office: 25,000 Sq Ft on 67,000 Acres

Blockchain Company Unveils New Offices in Nevada After Acquiring 67,000 Acres

The company Blockchains LLC, unveiled its new 25,000 square foot corporate headquarters that are located in Sparks, Nevada, at the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center (TRIC). The information has been revealed to a group of reporters on June the 27th after acquiring in January a 67,125 acres of land.

Blockchains LLC New Headquarters

The industrial park hosts Tesla, Google and Switch. And indeed, it is almost sold out after the massive purchase of land by Blockchains LLC.

Lance Gilman, principal and director of the Industrial Park said to Reno Gazette Journal:

“I believe they’re going to showcase to the world everything that the blockchain technology is capable of. Now will they do all the work themselves or work with other developers to house other users? Only time will tell.”

With this deal, there are only 250 acres of the 104,000 available in the industrial park. At the same time, Blockchains LLC is the biggest developer and landowner at Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center. In general, developers buy land to build and suit others, while users buy large blocks of land to build their own facilities.

The company’s Director of public relations was able to speak with the Nevada Independent and explained that it took four months to construct the building, additionally, more than 15 local subcontractors participated.

On the industrial park Tesla has built the ‘Tesla Gigafactory 1,’ which is labeled as the largest self-resilient factory in the world for Li-ion car batteries, powerwalls, and power-pac mass production.

Another important company, Switch opened the ‘TAHOE RENO 1’ back in february 2017. In this way, it became the first data center in the industrial park. The facility of 1.2 million square foot is the largest data center in the world. But this is not all, in the future, the company may be ready to create seven more similar buildings at TRIC.

What Is Blockchains LLC?

The company Blockchains LLC has been under the radar since it first established in 2017. It is important to mention that the company is the owner of a recognized news outlet that covers Ethereum news known as ETHnews.

The founders of the company are Jeffrey and David Berns, wo brothers that graduated from the Whittier Law School. Blockchains LLC wants to incubate blockchain innovations and businesses.

On its website the company wrote that the current projects that is handling are focused on financial services, trusted identity solutions, and software development of distributed applications on the Ethereum blockchain.

In addition to it, David Berns said that the primary focus of the company is ensuring that distributed ledger technology (DLT) is used in a way ‘in which the rights of consumers are properly safeguarded,’

Some rumours around he company hinted that it could start mining virtual currencies in the new plant built. Instead, Jeffrey Berns commented that they will not be mining Ethereum because it will soon be Proof of Stake (PoS).

The company may be hiring over 1,000 employees by 2021 and is listing 15 different job openings related to blockchain, backend, full-stack, and other kind of developers.

It is worth mentioning that on June the 29th, Blockchain LLC officially Hired MyEtherWallet founder, Kosala Hemachandra, as Chief Blockchains Officer of the company. It is not clear which are his responsibilities neither in which projects he is working on.

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