Philadelphia, PA – February 10, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Integrated Ventures, Inc is pleased to disclose that BHP Capital NY, Inc has completed its second funding round, as part of $3,000,000 Equity Investment, in the amount of $375,000, by purchasing 375 Preferred Class C Shares.
Steve Rubakh, CEO of Integrated Ventures, adds the following:
“On 01/28/2021, the Company has issued 8K with details, regarding $3,000,000 Equity Investment by BP Capital NY, Inc. As of 02/05/2021, the total amount funded under this agreement is $1,125,000 million.
The Company is pleased to confirm the latest shipment of WhatsMiners has arrived and being installed in our NY location. It must be noted, that due to (1) Chinese New Year, (2) low availability of mining equipment for sale and (3) high demand, INTV is commited to executing smart purchases and will only commit to the value priced deals.
Thus, on 02/07/21, the Company had purchased 26 WhatsMiners, priced at $55,450, including shipping and customs.
During the next weeks, INTV plans to announce more details on (1) mining equipment purchases from Canaan (BTC) and PandaMiner (ETH) and on (2) expanded deal with PetaWatt Holdings, including information on purchases of “MiniPods”: 20 ft mobile, 300kw, turn-key and fully build out with smart PDUS, modular mining containers, to be installed at Carthage, NY.”
About: Integrated Ventures,Inc is Technology Portfolio Holdings Company with focus on Hosting, Development Of Blockchain Applications and Cryptocurrency Mining.
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