Ice Rock Mining
|Token price||1 ROCK = 1.2 USD|
|Tokens for sale||15,000,000|
|Accepting||BTC, ETH, LTC|
|Equity on offer||88%|
|Bonus||Pre-sale 7 days 1 ROCK = 0.5 USD
Basic ICO 1 week 1 ROCK = 0.8 USD
Basic ICO 2-3 weeks 1 ROCK = 1 USD
Basic ICO 1 ROCK = 1.2 USD
Ice Rock Mining is using an old Soviet Bunker, situated in Kazakhstan, to set up a large mining operation that it believes will be able to efficiently mint different cryptocurrencies at a cheaper rate.
The advantage of taking the cryptomining operation underground, into this bunker, is that the usual expenses, such as mining, cooling, and even rent and maintenance of the mining housing are dramatically lowered, and in some cases negated.
Ice Rock Mining have procured the bunker and as such do not have any overheads when it comes to rent, and because the makeup of the bunker is essentially just rock, there is very little maintenance.
Ice Rock Mining also believe they have the perfect ecosystem for their 4,600 ASIC rigs in the tunnels of the mine as the temperature remains constant at 12 degrees throughout the year, helping the mining operation stay cool and efficient.
They are also situated alongside a hydroelectric power source which provides them with some of the cheapest electricity around. The state they are paying $0.03 per/kWh of power.
So, with all these cost-cutting methods in place, what does it mean for those wanting to mine their own cryptocurrency who are not in possession of a Soviet-style bunker?
Ice Rock Mining believe they have managed to turn some of the bigger expenses in mining into negligible factors, which of course means higher margins which they are looking to share with investors and other miners.
They have procured the bunker based in Kazakhstan, meaning that there is no cost in rent, they are also not spending anything on cooling the mining rigs as the underground area has its own ecosystem that remains around 12 degrees all year round.
Additionally, Ice Rock Mining have very cheap electricity thanks to being located near to a hydroelectric power station; they claim it costs them just $0.03 per/kWh of power, one of the biggest expenses in mining.
Ice Rock aim to have over 4,600 ASIC rigs in the 1,200 square metres of subterranean tunnels in order to mine a selection of different digital currencies – such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dash and Litecoin.
The idea is that Ice Rock will open an ICO which will allow users to get involved as either minors, or as investors directly into the ICO, with their ROCK tokens.
Miners will be able to purchases customisable mining packages in order to benefit from the aforementioned benefits that come from setting up a mine in such conditions. The idea being that through a cloud mining-style operation mining investors will be able to play a part in mining what they want, and as much as they want, at costs that afford good margins.
Alternatively, there are opportunities for investors to join by simply buying into the ROCK token and hold onto them until the buyback period starts.
Ice Rock believes it can supercharge cloud mining through utilizing a mining setup that hands over supposedly some of the biggest margins with its low costs, but also with the use of the Ethereum Smart contract and the ERC-20 token.
Users either become direct investors in the mining operation by purchasing their ROCK tokens, or they fund their own mining operation with the same said tokens. This in turn sees dividends and growth paid out along the Ethereum Blockchain as a ROCK token.
- Malik Murzashev - CEO Ice Rock Mining
- Mikhail Pluzhnikov - Technical Director Ice Rock Mining
- Dias Kurmanov - Manager, marketer Ice Rock Mining
- Ruslan Murzashev - Legal advisor Ice Rock Mining
- Ilzat Mamutov - Blockchain Geek
- Artem Kazanin - IT Specialist
- Alibek Kaliev - Advisor
- Yevgeny Ibragimov - Advisor
- SEPTEMBER 25 - OCTOBER 1
- 9 OCTOBER - 7 NOVEMBER
ICO - Main ICO Phase 1
- NOVEMBER 13 - NOVEMBER 30
Start - Beginning of engineering work, Purchase of equipment
- DECEMBER 20 - DECEMBER 23
Official launch - Start of the first phase of the equipment
- JANUARY 25, 2018
First official report - Publication of the first report
- FEBRUARY 1, 2018
Redemption - Buyback of the tokens for 2$ (US dollars) per 1 token
- FEBRUARY 20, 2018
Pre-Sale 2 - Start of Pre-Sale Phase 2
- MARCH 20,2018
ICO 2 - Main ICO Phase 2
- MAY 1, 2018
Redemption - Buyback of the tokens for 3$ (US dollars) per 1 token
- MAY 25, 2018
Release - Issue of the Phase 2 tokens