A Shenzhen-listed information and communications technology (ICT) company ZJBC has plans to invest in the bitcoin mining sector according to a recent announcement. ZJBC says that it aims to spend up to $155 million on Microbt manufactured ASIC mining rigs.
Chinese ICT Firm ZJBC to Invest $155 Million Into Microbt Hardware
A well known firm listed in Shenzhen (SZSE) with $900 million in market capitalization, Zhongjia Bochuang (ZJBC) has partnered with Microbt, according to the company announcement published on March 9th, 2021. ZJBC is an ICT firm and it plans to spend $155 million with Microbt on specialized ASIC mining hardware. Microbt’s Whatsminer bitcoin mining equipment has seen a lot of demand in recent times, and the company’s Whatsminer M30S++ (112TH/s) is the top-performing ASIC on the market today.
Regional reporter Priyeshu Garg says that the firm won’t invest the $155 million all at once. A translation of the announcement says: “The scale for the first year will be no less than 20,000 units with the first batch to be delivered by May 2021 with no less than 2,000 units.” Moreover, Microbt and ZJBC will also dedicate resources to things like artificial intelligence (AI), and edge computing as well. Garg also details that ZJBC’s chairman, Wu Ying, “was one of the main investors in Microbt” back in 2019. Zhongjia Bochuang declared this information with the Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE) on October 28, 2019.

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