Leading cryptocurrency mining hardware manufacturer Bitmain has announced it’s set to soon launch a cryptocurrency miner and mining farm matchmaking service.

The service, called World Digital Mining Map (WDMM) is set to be announced during the World Digital Mining Summit, which will take place in Frankfurt on October 8-10. It’ll allow cryptocurrency miners looking for locations to power their hardware with mining farms with available resources to host them for a fee.

Matthew Wang, Bitmain’s Director of Mining Farm, was quoted as saying in the press release:

The WDMM will help make cryptocurrency mining more sustainable in the long-run by connecting mining farms and hardware owners in a whole new way. It is part of our commitment to provide miners with on-going support throughout their hardware’s lifetime and to support the sector’s overall growth.

During the event mining farm owners will be able to apply to be listed on the WDMM. To be listed they’ll need to provide details on their mining farm, including how much capacity they’ve got.

In return, Bitmain will provide them with personalized services, which include “assistance with mining farm design, connections to foreign customers to host, and support with operations, purchasing, and construction.”

Bitmain has been enjoying some success with the cryptocurrency market’s recovery. Earlier this month the first batch of its Antminer S17e and T17e instantly sold out as miners have been buying up hardware. So much so Bitcoin’s hashrate has been hitting new all-time highs.

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