Hello Pal Set to Resume Litecoin, Dogecoin Mining In Australia 

Hello Pal, a worldwide chat and live streaming platform, revealed the inception of its crypto mining operations in Victoria, Australia. The company revealed that it is mining Litecoin (LTC) and Dogecoin (Doge).

In a concealed area in Victoria, Australia, the mining farm reportedly has 100 Bitmain Antminer L7 Mining Rigs. 75 of these rigs are owned by Hello pal’s backup branch, Cpal Technology Limited, while the other 25 belong to the “wholly-owned subsidiary Hello Pal Asia Limited.”

Hello Pal made an announcement on the arrival of the considerably more stronger and efficient L7 Miners to Australia a few days ago just as the company sold out the L7 miners it initially used in its operations in China.

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“We are excited for our mining operations to resume again and pleased that we have been able to diversify the location of our rigs with this Australian mining facility,” according to KL Wong, Founder, and Chairman of the Company. 

“We look forward to the remaining 300 mining rigs in North America commencing operations soon.”

Whilst mining operations have commenced in Australia, Hello pal is expected to start operations in North America soon. Following an announcement made earlier by the company, all 400 L7 miners obtained are going to be located in the United States. The company decided that 100 should be established in Australia, which has been installed and is now functioning as a full operation. The other remaining 300 are put up in New York state and Ohio mining factories and will soon start operating.

In Australia, the data center has a capacity of up to 20,000 mining rigs, which shows that Hello pal can successfully increase its operations in the center if everything works out fine.

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