Bitcoin mining has become a relatively efficient and intensely competitive industry…

For several reasons, the cost to mine bitcoin — the world’s foremost cryptocurrency — is increasing. In some instances, bitcoin miners looking for a competitive edge have moved to faraway countries where energy is cheap.

Also, as the line between profit and loss narrows, bitcoin miners are turning to power providers as they look to save money.

Bitcoin Mining is Big Business

Bitcoin mining is no longer an arena for mom-and-pop operators. It hasn’t been for quite some time. With monthly revenue from mining ranging from roughly $200 to $600 million worldwide, according to Coindesk, bitcoin mining has become a multi-billion-dollar industry.

Bitcoin Mining Aggregate Monthly Revenue


The market cap of all bitcoins in circulation in early July 2020 with the BTC price trading at US$9,120.12 was about US$170 billion.

For bitcoin miners hoping to compete in this large and increasingly competitive marketplace, success and profitability will rely mainly on three metrics: cheap energy, low transaction fees, and of course, a rising bitcoin price.

While transaction fees and the price of bitcoin are out of miners’ control, how and where they source their energy/electricity is not.

Cheap Electricity | A Key to Bitcoin Mining Profitability

In mid-2019, a new estimate from researchers at the University of Cambridge showed that the bitcoin network consumed more energy than many countries, on an annual basis.

According to the Cambridge Bitcoin Electricity Consumption Index (CBECI), the global bitcoin network is consuming approximately 60 TWh or terawatt-hours of energy consumption per year. For some context, the entire country of Switzerland uses 58 TWh, according to estimates from the CBECI.

The CBECI “…estimates how much energy is needed to maintain the Bitcoin network in real time, before using this to calculate its annual energy usage,” according to The Verge.

Bitcoin Electricity Consumption, in terawatt hours

Bitcoin Electricity Consumption, in terawatt hours


The above chart highlights the upper and lower bound estimates of electricity consumption, with the dark yellow line in the middle representing the consensus estimate.

Apparently, one of the cheapest places to mine for Bitcoin is in China. Forbes contributor, Joseph Young, wrote in June of 2020 that,

“According to several Chinese miners based in Sichuan, China, electricity in the region costs around $0.04 per kilowatt-hour.”

And that,

“With $0.04/kwh, miners based in China said that the breakeven cost to mine Bitcoin hovers in the $5,000 to $6,000 range.”


With the price of bitcoin above US$9,000, this tells us two things: first, that some miners (particularly those in China) can still be very profitable at current BTC prices; and secondly, a correction in price would not surprise us given the cost to produce Bitcoins is dropping for some miners.

Now, here is the catch: the cheap electricity in Sichuan, China may not last. Located in China’s southwest, the region experiences incredible precipitation at certain times of the year, which affects its power costs.

Home of the giant pandas and a stretch of Asia’s longest river, the Yangtze, the Sichuan region has hydropower plants scattered throughout which benefit from heavy rains. June to September is the rainy season, as can be seen by the below chart.

record rain falls in the July/August season


The Sichuan region receives about half of its annual rainfall in just two months: July and August. Given we are currently in July, it is no surprise the cost to mine bitcoin in this region is low. With the bitcoin price holding above US$9,000, one has to wonder what will happen in September and October when the rainy season concludes?

Link Global Technologies & Low-Cost Power

Link Global Technologies (LNK:CSE) is engaged in the business of providing infrastructure and operating expertise for digital mining operations. For a small and relatively unknown company, it has a lofty set of goals…

Link Global Technologies’ (“Link” or the “Company”) objectives include locating and securing, for lease and option to purchase, properties with access to low-cost reliable power and deploying this low-cost power to conduct digital mining, among other activities.

In mid-June, Link announced it had received a security deposit of US$1 million on the signing of a Power Supply Agreement for its Smart Mining Program with an arm’s length third party private investment fund.

Under the terms of the Agreement, Link “…has agreed to supply the Client with SmartMiner computing power generated by Asics processors, configured for the purpose of supplying process computing power that meets the needs of digital currency software, in exchange for cash consideration at an agreed upon rate of kilowatts per hour…”

While not disclosing the agreed upon rate of kilowatts per hour, Stephen Jenkins, Link President & CEO, stated,

“Link is extremely pleased with the signing of the Power Supply Agreement and securing the US$1 million required to execute the plan. This is the first commercial power supply agreement for our Alberta assets, and a key milestone that puts the Company on track to achieve profitability.”

And that,

“Our team continues to execute on our core strategy of securing low cost, reliable power and supplying our partners with smart infrastructure and cost-efficient power solutions for their data hosting and digital mining operations.”

Click here to read the full press release.

Not to take anything away from the Power Supply Agreement, but it only accounts for 3 megawatts, according to the press release. Link highlighted this fact, stating,

“As previously announced on March 24, 2020, Link has secured up to 50 megawatts (M.W.) of electricity for its cryptocurrency mining community under a letter of intent with its partners in Alberta, allowing for 15,000 new generation machines. This program plans on using approximately 3 M.W. of electricity.”

Click here to read the entire press release, Link Global Technologies (CSE: LNK) Receives US$1 Million Security Deposit on Signing of Power Supply Agreement for Its Smart Mining Program.

And here to read Link’s March 24, 2020 release.


In respect to power capacity, Link provided projections of what will be available, and when…

The Company stated in its March 31, 2020 press release:

“By end of April 2020
– Three MW of power to be made operational
– Planned generation of 54,000 terahash of computing power, or approximately 1 Bitcoin per day equivalent **

· By end of May 2020:
– 6 MW of power to be made operational
– Planned generation of 108,000 terahash of computing power, or approximately 2 Bitcoin per day equivalent **

· By end of July 2020:
– An additional 15 MW of power to be made operational, for a total combined effort of 21 MW
– Planned generation of 378,000 terahash of computing power, or approximately 7 Bitcoin per day equivalent **
** calculated using today’s earning potential”

Another Agreement Signed

Link didn’t have to wait long to ink another agreement. Six days following the aforementioned deal with the third-party private investment fund, the Company announced a new deal with Block One Technologies…

Link Global Technologies Signs 6 MW Power Purchase Agreements With Block One Technologies For Their Digital Currency Mining Operations

Based in Calgary, Alberta, Block One describes itself as “North America’s Leading Crypto Mining Company.”

According to the terms of these Agreements with Block One, Link will provide Block One with 6 megawatts (M.W.) of electrical power for an initial term of one year, at an agreed-upon rate calculated in Canadian dollars per kilowatt hour.

Stephen Jenkins, President & CEO of Link commented that,

“While this is the first formal agreement between Block One and Link, the companies intend to pursue future agreements that will play an important role in Link’s growth strategy.”

Bijan Alizadeh, Founder & Chairman of Block One, noted,

“By working with Link, Block One can take advantage of the competitive energy prices Link offers…”

And that,

“We have deep expertise in the digital mining space and partnering with Link on power supply makes a lot of sense for us and our clients.”

Click here to read the full press release.


For companies like Block One, access to competitively-priced, reliable power is critical. While Link aims to deliver precisely that, its margins remain unknowns…

Link’s upside potential may begin to crystallize once new financials are released. They may also shed light on if/when Link could reach profitability.

Link Global Technologies — More to the Story

To further understand Link, it is worth learning about its President and CEO, Mr. Stephen Jenkins…

Mr. Jenkins holds a Master’s Degree in Environmental Management from the Royal Roads University and served as a partner at Energies du Futur S.A. (2014-2017).

Furthermore, Mr. Jenkins has twice been recognized at the United Nations in New York for innovation in the environmental field.

Towards the end of 2014, Mr. Jenkins went to Senegal to look at biomass opportunities. According to a article,

“He returned home and discussed his ideas with close friend and Chairman of Goldcorp Inc., Ian Telfer. Stephen pitched his plan for a clean energy facility and both men contributed funding to launch the project.”

* Goldcorp merged with Newmont in 2019 to become the largest gold producer in the world.


“Energies Du Futur was formed in January 2016, with Stephen, Balanced Power, Ian Telfer, and the Town of Nguekokh holding equity shares.”

As a founding partner, Mr. Jenkins and his team at Energies du Futur brought private companies together to partner on projects that create economic activity around renewable energy in West Africa.

Mr. Jenkins is a big picture thinker who looks for solutions to difficult problems — the quintessential entrepreneur you might say.

We hope this report provides a high-level overview of Link Global Technologies and its near to medium-term plans, but it is not intended to be exhaustive. Recognize that we are biased when it comes to Link Global Technologies. Link Global Technologies is a sponsor and client of Pinnacle Digest, and we own shares of the Company, making us cheerleaders and shareholders. Conduct your own thorough and independent due diligence to properly understand the risks associated with investing in an early-stage, speculative company of this nature. A good place to start your due diligence is reviewing the Company’s Sedar filings at under Link Global Technologies’ issuer profile.

No doubt, it is still very early days for Link Global Technologies (LNK: CSE). With two agreements announced in June, we look forward to watching the Company pursue its business development goals over the summer months.

All the best with your investments,



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Stock Information

Symbol: LNK
Exchange: CSE
Last Price: CAD$0.50
Market Capitalization: CAD$16.02 million (according to Bloomberg data)


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The securities of Link are highly speculative due in part to the nature of the Company’s plans/objectives, the highly competitive industry it operates in, and the early stage of Link’s development. Link is therefore subject to many of the risks common to early-stage enterprises, including under-capitalization, cash shortages, limitations with respect to personnel, financial, and other resources and lack of revenues.

The Company has limited financial resources, and no assurances that sufficient funding, including adequate financing, will be available to advance its objectives. If the Company’s generative commercialization and development programs are successful, additional funds will be required for development of one or more initiatives. Failure to obtain additional financing could result in the delay or indefinite postponement of further business development. There can be no certainty that Link will be able to implement successfully the objectives and strategies described in this report. A prospective investor should consider carefully the risk factors set out in this disclosure statement and outlined in the Company’s annual and quarterly Management’s Discussion and Analysis, and in other filings made by Link with Canadian securities regulatory authorities available at

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