CUMMING, GA / ACCESSWIRE / August 29, 2022 / Metavesco, Inc. (OTC PINK:MVCO) today announced that it is readying plans to launch Bitcoin mining operations.
Metavesco, Inc., a web3 enterprise, publicly announced its plan to begin Bitcoin mining operations. Metavesco CEO Ryan Schadel commented, "Bitcoin mining has been part of the company roadmap since entering the web3 space in March of this year, though the timeline has now been accelerated. With the recent pullback in the price of Bitcoin, mining equipment has become much more affordable as overleveraged miners are forced to offload equipment at fire sale prices. Metavesco is in active talks with suppliers for equipment and hosting space. I anticipate the company will have an agreement in place very soon to start mining operations at a hosted site in Texas and then eventually a second site in Georgia. I will discuss our Bitcoin Roadmap in more detail over the coming weeks and months. This is a very exciting time for the company."
Metavesco is a publicly traded web 3 enterprise. The Company generates income as a liquidity provider and invests in promising NFT projects and virtual land, primarily on EVM protocols.
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