Episode 43 Summary

The Crypto Mining Tools Podcast is back after a short hiatus. With its return, we are joined by some of the team at Distributed Ledger Inc (DLI). DLI is a blockchain integrator and service provider for enterprise businesses. They offer everything from Distributed Blockchain Infrastructure as a Service, Blockchain Platform as a Service, and mining as a Service. Furthermore, we announced in December of 2020 that Crypto Mining Tools has joined the DLI family.

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Scott Offord:

Hey, welcome everybody. This is the third episode of the crypto mining tools podcast. And today we have some special guests. Usually we just have a guest speaker on, but actually this time I’ve invited my new team. Actually we’ve had Jim on the podcast previously once recently, and Mike Francis here today, as well as Josh dun, they are all members of DLI. DLI is distributed ledger, Inc. And we’re just going to share a little bit about the company and why we’re all on this podcast today together. But yeah, so why don’t we all just kind of introduce ourselves first, who wants to go first?

Mike Francis:

I’m really just a, kind of a nerd and a tech entrepreneur learn how to build business along the way. And I’m just glad to have all these guys on our team. Jim Anderson I’ve run operations for distributed ledger. How, like Scott said, I’ve been on the podcast before, but I’m really excited to kind of reinitiate reinvigorate the podcast and, and explain more about what DLI does as a blockchain infrastructure, as a service. And let’s get to it. Awesome. My name’s Justin, I do marketing at DLI and 10, everything from websites, social to everything in between. So super excited

Scott Offord:

Well for the podcast and we’re going to be taking it in the next months and years. Awesome. Yeah. Well, it’s good to have you guys here. And so I guess Mike, why don’t you just kind of explain a little bit about who DLI is and

Jim Andersen:

What about you, Scott?

Scott Offord:

Yeah, so Scott offered crypto mining tools which is actually now a part of distributed ledger, Inc. We’ll talk about it very shortly here, but yeah. Crypto mind tools has been acquired. There’s been a little few changes here in the last couple of months since you haven’t heard from us recently, but yeah, we’ll talk about that soon. So Mike, why don’t you just share a little bit about DLI and kind of your, your vision behind that and, and all that?

Mike Francis:

Yeah, absolutely. I wish I had become interested in blockchain and crypto crypto many years ago. I’m sure plenty of us are wishing that now mentioned I’m a tech entrepreneur and we have a couple of different technology companies. One of them is weight-wise, which is a service provider and 2017. I spent a lot of time looking into blockchain it’s real applications and what it can do and retain they’re extremely interested in it. So I started using our cloud and our telecom company just to turn up nodes and servers for every project. I could find that I thought had any merit or value. And the more I turned up, the more interesting it became. So then I noticed that there was a lot of hype. I mean, for example, I mean I had $50,000 of my own money into it at that time and had a couple of months and it turned into 250,000 and I didn’t really do much.

Mike Francis:

I didn’t really know what, what was going on and I’m sure a lot of people are doing that as well. So as I started learning and, and noticed the market trending downward, the, the, I felt like there needed to be a place for other like-minded interested people to get involved and put, put a company together. So the whole goal of the company really was to just learn, educate, understand, and then build and grow our crypto assets and run the company off of it. And that’s what we’re doing now. So along the way, we I’ve run across all kinds of amazing, awesome people. And three of them are right here on the screen with me right now. And I’m very proud to have this team together and to be doing the things that we’re doing together.

Scott Offord:

Yeah. Awesome. Well, thanks for that. A little background and I mean, that, that definitely segues into the discussion about the crypto mining tools acquisition. So basically for anyone who doesn’t know December December 1st, yeah. I came on board with DLI and they so technically how it works is they purchased the assets of the crypto mining tools from my other company. And now we’re all working together as one big company, a big happy family. And so yeah, it’s, it’s really, I think the decision behind this to join the team was, you know, why not just try to build something together where we’re already headed in a very similar direction on our own. And we figured we’d be better together. So, you know, bigger, better, faster it’s is what we’re all about. You know, I, in the past, I’ve, I’ve been doing the hardware brokering and helping people to get a placement in, in various hosting facilities and whatnot.

Scott Offord:

And I just really want it to be able to round that service out with with everything that DLI has to offer. So yeah, it’s, it’s been a growing experience but I wouldn’t trade it for anything. We’re, we’re getting all sorts of systems and processes in place to, to try to figure out how to meld our two companies and, and continue growing quickly and profitably. But it’s, it’s been fun. So Jim, you know, what, why don’t you just tell us a little bit more about you know, what we’ve been up to recently and, and kind of some of the things that we’re planning on getting into?

Jim Andersen:

Yeah, I mean, first and foremost, the crypto mind tools podcast, a lot of the viewers are into mining of course, and DLI is an infrastructure as a service company. But one of the things that we do focus on is mining and mining as a service. So our goal for the end of the year is to have a distributed portfolio of probably about we’ll shoot for a hundred megawatts. I don’t want to put an actual number out there because we can go much further than that, but that’s, that’s, that’s a goal of mine is to, you know, have a distributed portfolio of, of mining sites offered for, I mean, we do internal mining of course, but we’re trying to create a mining as a service. So if you want to think of the different types of mining operations that are out there, of course you can do your own mind and your own hobby mining, you can do a cloud mining, which essentially is your purchasing of a hash rate, and it’s not tied to a number of systems, right?

Jim Andersen:

So you can purchase hash rate that is equal to 1.5 minors, for example I don’t think cloud mining is, is looked upon too favorably right now. There’s a lot of issues with that. And then there’s, you know, there’s, co-location of course, right? So, you know, people will buy miners and for whatever reason, especially Asics you can’t necessarily run them in your house or you might not have access to cheap power. So, you know, you yeah, you’re right. Yeah, absolutely. So you can, you can purchase the energy, you can send them to a co-location facility. What we’re trying to do is create a, what I students have, what we’re trying to do, what we’ve already done is creating mining as a service which is a full, completely, fully managed solution where and this is of course is one of the reasons that we brought Scott on board because of his vast knowledge and in the hardware in the marketplace we can source equipment cheaper, better, faster, and place it in a appropriate location.

Jim Andersen:

And we do try to place it near you if possible, but we also offer a whole host of expertise in, in the mining management itself. So whatever fees that we charge for this fully managed solution are more than made up for it. And the efficiencies you gain on the backend and this has been received very well so far. As a matter of fact, I have several items on my desk right now, performance that I’m building out for a couple of more interested parties that are interested in picking up the service and that branches out into a whole host of other solutions, edge node computing, and things where we can develop. We’ve got a lot of partners that we’re working with to develop. I, if you think in data center terms, edge node, mining, operations that are closer to where you are as a, as a hobby miner or as a, just a minor in general, so that you’re not trying to contract with somebody, you know, across the ocean, or you don’t have, you know, you’re, you’re too far away.

Jim Andersen:

Some people like to be closer to their operation, you know, within four or five, six hours, maybe at the most. And there’s a lot of opportunity that is being missed, that we are combining our resources and pulling together to find access to that cheaper power that makes it viable for you to mind pollster, to home in the, in the event that you, you know, your wife or husband doesn’t want you mining in the house and it’s too loud and you have expensive electricity. So, yeah. There’s, there’s a whole bunch of other things do we want to keep going down that this topic as far as repair services and other things, or,

Scott Offord:

Yeah. So that, that’s interesting that the repair service late, like we said you know, I’ve made a few announcements on telegram recently on some of our various channels, just letting people know that, Hey, you know, we’re getting into this. I obviously with our doing our own mining internally here there comes the opportunity where we have to repair some minors. So I actually, recently we just sent a couple of guys through the Bitmain repair course and they got certified. So we’re going to use that knowledge and continue growing ourselves and constantly learn more. But yeah, one of our goals here is to actually start up a full-blown basic minor repair center. And we’re starting to get all the tools in place. We’re getting the the labor, the, the human resources in place and it starting to come together really nicely.

Scott Offord:

So I, I think really in the next couple months here, we’re going to be up and running. No problem. We’ll be able to take the in a few hundred miners at a time and get those cleaned up, fixed up and shipped out you know, within a reasonable period of time. That’s something we’re doing. It’s not something that we’ve been known for in the past, you know, simply we’ve, we’ve been focused on brokering mining equipment, helping people to sell and, and buy new or used Myers. Well, now we’re adding on this this new facet of repairing minors

Jim Andersen:

And, and that’s not only a standalone repair service, but you know, there’s, there’s a cleaning service. That’s actually included in that. And that’s part of the fully managed solution as well. So there’s a lot of reasons for us to do this because let’s face it, things break. Right. you don’t walk into any other contract without some type of service agreement, right. A SLA or so you always want to have, you know, the, the ability to call on a, a service technician. So that’s, that’s sort of for

Scott Offord:

Providing, Scott’s been instrumental in putting that stuff together and some really exciting stuff is coming along in that, in that regard. Yeah. So we’ll, we’ll be sharing more about that soon. Latest thing we got was an ultrasonic cleaner, it’s 130 liter ultrasonic cleaner, and we fill it with a special solution, crank that sucker on. And these things come out looking almost brand new all that dirt and grime and cat hair or whatever you have in there almost just kind of dissolves in there. It’s, it’s wonderful. So we’ll, we’ll be sharing a little bit more about that and in the coming months yeah, so I mean, what, what else do we have going on here? I know coming up pretty soon is mining disrupt. Josh, you want to share a little bit about that, that conference and kinda how we’re, we’re planning on being involved in that?

Josh Dunn:

Yeah. We’re super excited for my and disrupt this year. Not only is Scott similar, similar to the past years, but we’re going to have our own DLI boots as well. So we’re gonna have crypto mind tools, presence on one side of the aisle and look right across, you’re going to see VLI, we’re hoping to have some really kind of fun engaging competitions or something like hands-on that we can get attendees to be looking through and messing with. So yeah, more to come with that. And we hope to have, like, as we discussed, you may have noticed the new tools logo and things like that. We have some fan favorites from our past conventions using, you know, a similar mining head and cut out. And so just kind of fun stuff, everyone to do. And you know, if you’re, if you’re going to be there, let us know. We’d love to talk with you all and possibly recorded podcast. We’re looking at recording a live podcast and I’m excited to get out of the house safely, but definitely outside.

Scott Offord:

Yeah. Well, we’re, we’re pretty confident that yeah, things are hopeful mean we’re hopeful that things are gonna look better. By July it says July 20th to 21st, right there Miami. So we’re hoping COVID is going to be under control. And I, I know that the, at least the mayor of Miami is very onboard. Something else that was recently announced was the Bitcoin 2021 conference that was planned for April is now moved from California to Miami. So this, this is actually beginning to be two Bitcoin conferences back to back there, one in June, one in July. And we’re planning on being there for both of them, but yeah, for the mining disrupt conference, though, we’re very well integrated with them. Michael Cruz is one of the organizers and Robin is one of the other organizers, but yeah, so there, there’s our website there, my name disrupt.com. We’re just looking forward to get there again see more faces, put names to faces and and just have a great time, you know building trust letting people know about our services and also learning more about our, our prospects and clients and other vendors last year when I was there. It, yeah, it was amazing. All of my customers, all of my prospects, all of my competitors, vendors, customers, they, they were all there and it’s even going to be bigger this year, so that this should be fun.

Jim Andersen:

Absolutely come by and say, stop by and say, hello. And it’s actually where I met Scott for the first time in 2019 at the mining disrupt. I can never say enough good things about the conference. It was absolutely incredible. So we’re gonna make it even better this year. We will,

Josh Dunn:

Unless you want to add this graph is not, you know, updated in real time, but there is still sponsorship and exhibit space available. So just go to main disrupt.com and scroll down about halfway down the page, and you can see the different sponsor, tiers possible layouts of the booth, and always get in touch with us or the folks behind the conference. We can kind of get an update, a map for you, cause we’d love to have you more involved as well.

Scott Offord:

Yeah. Yeah. So you could see booth one and booth nine. That’s what we snagged. What happens though, is these things start filling up quickly. The closer it gets to the day of the conference, it just, these boosters start going like hotcakes. So you want to make sure that you secure your booth or your sponsorship early. Definitely. Don’t be afraid about that. So next on the topic we got MI MX and see, I don’t know, what, how would you explain that? What who’s going to talk about that a little bit more. What do we got going on down there?

Mike Francis:

It’s, it’s a stable point back to the pace of the

Mike Francis:

Long story short, we have some partners and friends heavily involved in NASCAR. NASCAR is is getting pretty involved in Mexico. They have a diversity driver program and all that stuff. And so our partners said, Hey, we need to go to Mexico and really talk to some of these organizations and explained to them blockchain and crypto and what’s going on. And that led to all kinds of meetings and discussions over the last couple of years. And we came out of it as a group thinking you don’t really solve their problems. It’s a stable coin, a stable coin pack to the pesos that then can be utilized for, you know, various things mostly geared and targeted towards enterprise to start with in our first version of it, we forked the stellar code on the second version of it. We use the cosmos SDK and now our ETE developer is putting it on Ethereum and we should be launching it sometime in the 30 or 60 days.

Scott Offord:

That’s that’s awesome. Yeah. I mean, me personally, I’m a big fan of stable coins, you know, I’ve used a lot of them, but honestly the one I used most would probably be a USB-C and USDA, I find that a lot of my customers want to buy things from me using USBC and a lot of my suppliers want to be paid in USD T so there’s something to be said about these, these stable coins and having one pegged to the Mexican dollar or peso. Right, right. Yeah. Is, is definitely something that I think is going to be very handy. It’s, it’s really gonna help crypto adoption, I think, in general, in, in Mexico and some of those other places. That’s awesome. So we, we also have another project we’re working on that is somewhat related. Right.

Mike Francis:

Also Dex who wants to hear about that, Jim or

Jim Andersen:

Sure. I mean, I can talk about both FedEx. You can go to you can check out the website, I’m sure we’ll put a link up there, but essentially both the decks is a exchange that we’re bringing online. Now we will facilitate Amex, NC of course, as a stable coin. But it’s, it’s goal is to service people in Mexico and in Latin America to give them an ability to easily onboard and trade on a platform that’s, you know, in their, in their region, in their sector versus going to, you know, a us exchange or you know what I mean, there’s exchanges everywhere, right? We all know the big ones. So we’re really excited to offer this because there’s a lot of opportunities that we can provide using an exchange. And I, I mean, Mike, I don’t know if you want to add some more on this as I can’t give you a date at when it’s going to be live and available other than but we’re, we’re really excited about this.

Mike Francis:

Yeah. We’ve been working on it for six months now, the evolution to where we are now. And it’s, you know, we’re, we’re feeling extremely positive about the results so far and the flexibility and functionality, and we are partnerships where they make much larger exchange on rolling it out. So the back end liquidity, market-makers all the pieces that really are going to make it successful are already in place, said we’ll be integrating in Sensi with it almost immediately. And then, and then at that point, we’ll be able to onboard and offboard Fiat by other stable coins all over Latin America.

Jim Andersen:

Yeah. It was really important for us to source you know, a framework that allows us to not just start from scratch. I don’t know how many of the audience have ever thought about starting an exchange, but you don’t just start it from scratch. You know, if you’ve got zero books you know, makers and takers, there’s no orders, you you’ve got to fund everything. You’ve got to find makers and takers, and there’s a lot of money floating around. And it starting from scratch is certainly commendable for those that can do it. But we wanted to bring something that is already tested, validated, and safe, secure. And, and basically when we flip the switch, you can start moving right away. There’s no waiting for, I got to wait 45 minutes for like a taker to come and facilitate my order. And you know, so we really wanted to make sure that we’re providing a really good, safe, secure service that’s ready to hit the ground running

Scott Offord:

So that yeah, that liquidity liquidity is important. You know, there other people try to start exchanges and, you know, it really doesn’t go anywhere because there’s nothing being exchanged. Right. So having this tie in with, with an existing service that can provide liquidity is very important. Yeah.

Mike Francis:

Yeah. It also brings with it the the secure environment, the security and the insurance that, that goes along with ensuring our clients. And you see what a lot of these smaller exchanges, some, some fly by night, some are very legitimate and have some really awesome stuff that they’re doing, but they’re that small where they really they’re, they’re not a position to protect their end users. I mean, I know, you know, we probably have a hundred thousand dollars sitting on crypto BIA that will never, you know, will not be exactly.

Scott Offord:

Yeah. Well, that’s an interesting project. So, you know so far in this podcast, we’ve talked about you know, who DLI is. We talked to him about the crypto mining tools acquisition that just recently happened. And then obviously along with that, you know, I used to have a cohost. Now it’s just the crypto mind tools with hosts Scott offered. But anyway, yeah, so the new set of partners now that I’m definitely loving working with, let’s see, we talked about our mining operations mining as a service the repair service coming soon, we talked about mining disrupt the MXN coin, the label coin and balsa decks balsa DX. So yeah next on the list, we should talk a little bit about some of the crypto mining tools merchandise that we have available for sale right now.

Scott Offord:

So this week actually we got some exciting shipments in from China. We have around a hundred handshake miners, and these are they’re called the gold shell, H S three S E and a se means silent edition. So what this miner particularly does, is it minds a coin called H and S and it supports a project called handshake. And it basically is one of these tools that is going to be used to help open up the internet and, and make it decentralized and distributed around the world. So, yeah, there, there’s our website right there, and you can see some of the product we have for sale, but anyway, that handshake minor is interesting because the manufacturer actually made these things to my more than one coin more than one algorithm. The other thing in minds is seen a coin.

Scott Offord:

And obviously with with this, you know, see coin is all about file storage or file streaming one of the other, or both. I can’t remember it, but so you have a handshake which is the domain name level and name server stuff. And then you have C a coin, which is all about you know, serving files and, and together, that’s a really interesting combination. Now, obviously somebody else can speak more eloquently about what these projects are and what they do, but, but for me you know, I, I like to mind some of these altcoins sometimes just to support the project, but sometimes obviously just you know, to mind some coins and to exchange it for Bitcoin or whatever. But anyway, so, so this miner does see a coin and handshake one or the other. You can’t do both at one time.

Jim Andersen:

I was just going to ask that, is that, is it simultaneous or is it one or the other? Okay. Yeah, that’d be really cool if it was dual. Yeah.

Scott Offord:

Oh yeah. Yeah. So I guess that’d be more like an FPGA or maybe I, I dunno. I know there, there are,

Jim Andersen:

Yeah, yeah. It kind of fits into that realm. I mean,

Scott Offord:

Algorithms simultaneous yeah, but anyway, so it’s one or the other and the, the manufacturer just announced out of the blue, Hey, you know, by the way, this doesn’t just do handshake, it also does see a claim and that kind of blew my mind. So anyway, we have a hundred of those sitting in our warehouse right here in Milwaukee. And the other thing we have right now, we have a stack of around 60 and minor S T 17 E. And those are getting some pretty good interest right now. We’ve got some people on telegram that are looking to buy those. But anyway, yeah. So that’s the hot ticket items today.

Mike Francis:

I wouldn’t mind getting real quick about the the handshake protocol. I mean, it’s, it’s pretty awesome. I don’t know how coming from a telecom background, the DNS is pretty important and globally, there’s only 13 root name servers across the entire internet and what the handshake protocol intends to do. And looks like it is doing is, is to de-centralize that, and, and get us away from the centralized system of route name search. So it’s an important to me, it’s a very important part of de-centralizing the internet and using blockchain technology to, to it’s real cool advantage.

Scott Offord:

And we’ll, we’ll be kind of much larger projects that we utilize. It’s a really fun project. So I’ve, I’ve been mining some of that myself. But now we also have these miners for sale as well. They’re brand new. And the interesting thing about this minor is I think we have 50 of them that can actually run on 110 volt. And we have 50 of these things that, that can mine on a 220 volt. And like I said, the, the H S three S E the se stands for silent edition when you plug these things in, you can’t even hear them. So like, we’re talking about, you know, mining from home.

Jim Andersen:

Exactly. Yeah. These are kind of targeting minors.

Scott Offord:

Yeah. Your parents will notice yeah.

Jim Andersen:

Really get the electric bill,

Scott Offord:

Right. No, but seriously yeah, I think my electric bill used to be like maybe a hundred bucks a month. I have one of these plugged in, in my basement and my electric bills may be 300 now, but you know, my wife was so used to us having a couple of minors in the basement. She just kinda got used to the constant noise. And when I got rid of those and plugged this handshake minor in, she was like, Oh man, I kinda missed that, that noise now. And I’m like, yeah, you know, she says, I, you know, are you, are aren’t you going to mine it anymore? Are you done mining? And I’m like, no, I have one plugged in right now. It’s right there. But anyway, so it’s, it’s keeping our basement at a, at a nice, like, you know, 70, between 70 to 80 degrees, just one of these things. It’s, it’s amazing. Oh yeah. If it gets too hot, if it’s like 35 degrees or more out outside, you know, I I’m in Wisconsin. So we might want to turn on this little inline fan that we have just as kind of suck a little bit of that warm air out of the basement, but otherwise yeah, it’s, it’s a, it’s a great minor.

Scott Offord:

Yeah. Anything else to discuss about merchandise or,

Jim Andersen:

I mean, we, we are doing we’re in the process of doing, you know, the whole rebrand and the relaunch of all the webpages and, and all the tools with crypto mining tools some really cool stuff happening in the backend. I don’t know. Are we ready to release that yet? Or is it almost,

Scott Offord:

That would be Josh, Josh is, is that you guy that’s in charge of some of the stuff.

Josh Dunn:

Yeah. Not, not entirely yet. It’s coming hopefully next few weeks, but we’re not only are we just do redoing our whole, like facelifts with the online presence. We’re looking at actual physical merchandise. And like maybe Jack jackets, sweaters hats. So yeah, we’ll have more, hopefully next podcast episode

Scott Offord:

With the new logo that we have up over here with the the guy Jack hammer and the real long beard. Yeah. That’s,

Jim Andersen:

There’s plenty more of that. Yeah. We’ve got a lot of different logos and things. Yeah.

Scott Offord:

So the actual crypto mining tools logo itself is, is changing before it was just like this be, you know, look like a racing Stripe with a B, but we’re going to be launching this new logo on our website really soon. And yeah. So it’s gonna be a part of that whole rebranding process.

Jim Andersen:

When it, when it changes, you’re still on the right side, don’t worry. And you’ll see a lot of changes with the calculator, I think, and a few other things we’re adding a lot of based on feedback, writing a lot of additional resources that are free to use for minors that you can go to as far as you know, that that is the current calculator. I think that’s being shown right now. We’re adding some features to that based on feedback and, and, you know, these are all free services that we’re providing. It’s really, you know, we can’t guarantee every number obviously, but these are, these are really helpful to just bring people into the space and bring us together. And I love using it honestly, so I can’t wait to release the new version, new and improved.

Scott Offord:

Yeah. And particularly one thing we are working on, we’re almost ready to launch is it’s a calculator, but it’s, it’s going to be geared towards immersion, immersion cooling. Yeah. So you can kind of see, Hey, if I did immersion cooling, what would it look like with a 5% increase in efficiency? You know, if I, if I ramped up my hash rate by this much, or if I, if I, you know, was able to get my Watts per Terra hash a little bit lower what are, what are those numbers going to look like compared to air cooled versus emerging cooled? So that’s, that’s something we’re working on should be out soon. It’s pretty awesome. Yeah. Super exciting. Yeah. well Josh, what else did we have going on here? You know some things that may, we might want to that we’re expecting from crypto mining tools and the podcast and other things moving forward.

Josh Dunn:

Yeah. A big part of the podcast is keeping the same format and really the whole brand in general, we want to keep things as familiar as they are now for everybody. You know, we kind of got lucky, the new colors are very close in line with our current crypto mind tools, colors. So we’re going to kind of slowly do that out, but also we’re looking at evolving more of y’all in the podcast itself. We have a few ideas, maybe taking pictures with your CMT merchandise, whether it’s apparel or minors we will feature may be you on that or on the podcast, bring people on conduct a little call in segment if you will. And also we want to make sure we like if you just have a, a mining setup, you’re proud of that. That’s a cool place to show it here.

Josh Dunn:

We can kind of start compiling a list of those and, you know, there’s a subreddit for everything. So we can of, you know, gauge interest and have that on our side or blog posts, whatever it may be. So that’s kind of like the audience engagement. If you have any other kind of ideas, we’re always open to feedback or just suggestions that you want to recommend. And then the, this big piece is we’re always looking for guests and sponsorship opportunities that guests are, have always been vital to this show, and that’s not going anywhere. We want to have a one or two gas. I mean, it’s like, you know, we can fit four guests on here. It works. That’s awesome. So we want to have if you’re interested in being on this show, let us know directly, this is a little ticker down below. You can email me and I can kind of coordinate incoming guests for the show. And if you know, someone, you recommend someone email me their info, or they can email me as well, and we can get that ball rolling.

Josh Dunn:

And that’s like the biggest, a few things like we’re not going anywhere. We took a little hiatus. We’re super excited to Hey bro. Yeah, for sure. Thanks for tuning in yeah, we’re super excited to have the show back and this kind, kinda like rejuvenated feel for it and kind of see where we go for the next six months. 12 months.

Scott Offord:

Yeah. Well, that’s cool. Yeah. So like I said, you know I guess a, a call to action would be, let’s, let’s get some listener focused segments in here. Let’s, let’s get some submissions. We want to, like Josh said, we want to hear what you guys want to see, you know, whether it’s sharing about your, your favorite minor or, or, you know, a picture of yourself wearing some of our new swag that we’re coming out with, or even if you just want to suggest a possible guests that we can interview. That’d be great. We’d love to hear that.

Jim Andersen:

Yeah. Yeah, absolutely. I mean, we do have some exciting guests lined up already. But I think the most important guest is the viewer. So there’s no reason why we shouldn’t bring you on as well. And I love watching mining rigs and mining setups, and I can look at pictures and talk to people all day long. So, you know, having segments like that, where we just bring out a bunch of, you know, miners and just talk shop. That’s awesome. Yeah.

Scott Offord:

Well guys, Hey, I, I’m really glad that we can have this chat today, you know to relaunch the crypto mining tools podcast you know, the first episode of 2021. And it’s, it’s great having you guys on, so we’ll wrap it up here. We’re at the 35 minute Mark. We want to be respectful of people’s time. So yeah. We’ll see you next time and thanks for watching everybody.

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