Infrastructure & Advisory for Blockchain / Cryptocurrencies
Decentralized blockchain applications are the next generation of computing and cryptocurrencies continue to provide eye-popping returns. But the infrastructure landscape for mining is a wild west – with unproven technologies, vaporware, and fly-by-night operators abounding.
With deep links to the blockchain ecosystem, including the top ICO advisors, large mining pools, and enterprise distributed app platforms as clients. RampRate can be your guide to finding reliable partners regardless of what you’re looking for:
– Megawatts of low-cost power for proof of work scenarios and mining pools
– Turnkey mining solutions for investors looking to get started without a big technical team
– Enterprise partners for hosting trusted nodes of proof-of-work platforms
If you’re just dipping your toes in blockchain or planning an ICO, we also provide custom consulting services to help you get oriented and find the right roadmap for reaching your goals.
Here are just some of the ventures we’ve helped get traction and investment recently:
Some of our insights on the past, present, and future of the volatile but promising blockchain markets:
– From Supply Chain to the Blockchain: Heal the Body, Mind, & Earth
– how did a respected sourcing advisor to Fortune 500 CIOs find itself compelled to help the blockchain movement?
– Enterprise Blockchain: Can Big Business Co-opt an Existential Threat?
– the initial impetus for creating the blockchain was fundamentally anarchist and designed to make financial institutions – or even corporations – obsolete. Will this revolutionary spirit be tamed?
– A Historical Perspective on Blockchain
– some would-be revolutions fizzled. Others changed everything. Which one will the blockchain be?
– What Solutions Are Best Built with Blockchain – Or NOT
– where is the potential for disruption greatest while the drawbacks are most manageable?
– The Ball and Blockchain: Obstacles to a World-Changing Trajectory
– if the blockchain revolution fizzles, what will be the likely causes? And how do we nip them in the bud?