• D-Central Technologies Inc. has launched a revolutionary “Hash No Cash” program in North America that allows miners to pay for repair services with broken hardware instead of cash.
• This innovative initiative provides high-quality repair services at no cost and promotes environmental sustainability by reducing electronic waste.
• It also encourages decentralization in cryptocurrency mining by making repaired hardware available to retail customers at affordable prices.
D-Central Launches Innovative “Hash No Cash” Promotion Across North America
D-Central Technologies Inc., a pioneer in the cryptocurrency mining industry, is excited to announce the expansion of its revolutionary “Hash No Cash” program to all cryptocurrency miners in North America.
High Quality Repair Services Provided At No Cost
The “Hash No Cash” program allows D-Central to provide high-quality repair services for mining hardware at no cash cost, instead accepting broken hardware as payment. This innovative approach is a testament to D-Central’s commitment to fostering sustainable, accessible, and cost-effective solutions for miners.
Promotes Environmental Sustainability
The “Hash No Cash” program also contributes to environmental sustainability by reducing electronic waste. By repairing and repurposing broken hardware, D-Central minimizes the demand for new equipment production, thereby reducing the environmental impact of cryptocurrency mining.
Encourages Decentralization in Cryptocurrency Mining
Furthermore, the program promotes decentralization in cryptocurrency mining. By making repaired hardware available to retail customers at affordable prices, D-Central is putting the power of ASICs into more hands, fostering the wider distribution of mining power.
Commitment To Driving Change Within The Industry
“D-Central is committed to driving change within the cryptocurrency mining industry,” said Jonathan Bertrand. “Our goal is not just to provide repair services, but to create solutions that are financially viable, environmentally friendly, and conducive to the de centralization of ASIC ownership.“