|12 Months Ended|
Dec. 31, 2021
|Organization, Consolidation and Presentation of Financial Statements [Abstract]|
Note 1. Organization
Nature of Operations:
We are a vertically integrated Bitcoin mining and infrastructure development company principally engaged in enhancing our capabilities to mine Bitcoin. We also provide the critical mining infrastructure for our institutional scale clients to mine Bitcoin at our Bitcoin mining facility (the “Whinstone Facility”). Our Whinstone Facility is believed to be the largest Bitcoin mining facility, as measured by developed capacity, in North America.
We operate in an environment which is consistently evolving based on the proliferation of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in general. A significant component of our strategy is to effectively and efficiently allocate capital between opportunities that generate the highest return on our capital.
As described in “Note 18, Segment Information”, we operate in three business segments: (1) Mining, (2) Hosting, and (3) Engineering.
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