DMM Launches Minning Farm and Showroom

Entertainment giant from Japan DMM has launched its “large-scale Japan-quality” mining farm, with a plan to open showroom in March
12 February 2018   87

DMM is also launching a showroom, allowing the public to tour its mining farm, as well as a mining pool. This is reported by Coindesk.

The first DMM mining enterprise, on which both ASIC and GPU are installed, is located in the Ishikawa Prefecture in Japan, famous for its cold climate. The farm will mine several crypto-currencies, including bitcoin, ether and lightcoin. There is also a showroom where visitors can watch the work of 1000 mining rigs.

DMM Mining Farm
DMM Mining Farm

DMM operates large-scale ‘Japan-quality’ mining farms that are unparalleled in scale compared to other domestic operators…By establishing a mining farm in the cold district, we realize low price electricity procurement and maximize mining revenue.
 

DMM Team

The showroom will be opened for the public in March.

By starting domestically, DMM’s engineering team is directly involved in the operation to secure quality and win the trust of domestic users.
 

Fuji Television Network

Additionally, DMM has also recently launched its own cryptocurrency exchange, supporting 7 different cryptocurrencies and 14 trading pairs. 

FCC Demanded a Miner to Turn Off his Mining Hardware

The FCC concluded that the mining rig was generating spurious emissions and causing harmful interference on T-Mobile’s broadband network
21 February 2018   70

According to the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) notification, it has received a complaint from T-Mobile with regards to “interference to its 700 MHz LTE network in Brooklyn, New York” during last year. The commission’s agents confirmed that the “radio emissions in the 700 MHz band were emanating from…an antminer s5 bitcoin miner.”

In the notification, the FCC states that ‘the device was generating spurious emissions on frequencies assigned to T-Mobile’s broadband network and causing harmful interference”.

The commission issued a warning to the owner of the mining hardware Victor Rosario. He was not allowed to continue the operation of the device because it caused harmful interference. A violation of the Federal laws cited above and could subject the operator to severe penalties, including, but not limited to, substantial monetary fines, in rem arrest action to seize the offending radio equipment, and criminal sanctions including imprisonment.

According to the FCC, it has not made a determination as to whether or not other Antminer S5s produce disruptive emissions in the 700 MHz band. It also emphasizes that it does not wish to suggest that all Antminer S5 devices are noncompliant but it aware that devices can be modified in a manner that creates harmful interference.