Electricity hater from Russia launched crypto exchange

Religious billioner from Russia, gay-, electricity- and scientist-hater launches a "real-world" cryptocurrency exchange
26 August 2017   1091

German Sterlingov, well-known Russian businessman, electricity and scientist hater, announced the launch of his cryptocurrency exchange.

Exchange will be called "Alisa". There will not be any fees, but the entrance isn't free.

In the early 1990s, there was the exchange" Alisa ". Something was similar - as the legislation on a number of questions as now on cryptocurrency has not been settled too. There are nostalgic parallels. We decided to call again "Alisa" and even opened on Leninsky Prospekt.

German Sterling

Alisa, Founder

Also, some interesting information can be found in the "manifesto".

I inform everyone that while all the Crypto currency is nothing more than a vulgar pyramid and it will collapse. The point is to use bitcoins, as a gentleman uses a prostitute.
So, the purpose of creating the 1st Moscow CryptoExchange:

  • money doesn't go away from Russia;
  • Russians get money abroad as much as they want;
  • Bitcoins irresistibly flow into Russia and then return back from where they came;
  • Crypto-Berge eventually becomes governmental.
  • People stop participating in financial pyramids - they just sometimes use them, if necessary, for "five minutes" (see above about the gentleman)

German Sterling

Alisa, Founder

Also, main "feature" of the exchange that is not digital - it is a real world exchange in a building in Moscow. 

German hates electricity and scientists, which he calls "wizards". He published Life after Electricity novel and runs own website where he publish his thoughts and views.

Additionally, German runs a store chain of natural eco products,where gays are banned.

Giant Mining Solar Powered Farm to Created in California

Plouton Mining will allocate solar panels on 49 acres and it's planned they should generate about 10-13 megawatts per day, working for an average of 12 hours
26 June 2019   56

Plouton Mining, a subsidiary of Plouton Group Holding, intends to open the largest Bitcoin farm in North America for mining, whose operations will be provided by solar energy. To this end, the firm chose a territory in the western part of the Mojave Desert, California.

Plouton Mining will place solar panels on 49 acres: they should generate about 10-13 megawatts per day, working for an average of 12 hours. The company stressed that Western Mojave receives sunlight for 70% of the year.

The company will also sign the necessary contracts with local electricity suppliers in order to operate the farm in the absence of solar radiation.

Meanwhile, the bitcoin hashrate has again updated the historical maximum at 66.666 EX / s.