Daily Archives: September 12, 2019

‫شركة بيتهارب تطلق حفارات تعدين جديدة – لاير ماينر وهارب ماينر

ويلنغتون، نيوزيلندة، 12 أيلول/سبتمبر / بي آر نيوزواير / — أطلقت شركة بيتهارب غروب المحدودة (www.bitharp.com)، وهي شركة مشهورة مصنعة للعملات المشفرة، حفاري تعدين سائلين عاليي الأداء يتميزان بسمات متقدمة وقدرات استخدام محسنة. هذان الحفاران، وهما لاير ماينر وهارب ماينر، يقدمان منافع كبيرة بما فيها معدلات التجزئة الكبيرة والربحية العالية.

معدل تكسير لاير ماينر 

بيتكوين 335 TH/s

لايتكوين 55 GH/s

إيثيريوم 14 GH/s
داش 9 TH/s

لاير ماينر هو حفار تعدين قوي يتميز بتصميم مدمج مصمم ليناسب المساحات المحدودة. يوفر الحفار ميزات سهلة الاستخدام مثل واجهة شاشة تعمل باللمس لتشغيله ومراقبته بسهولة. استهلاك الطاقة 600 واط.

معدل تجزئة هارب ماينر 

بيتكوين: 2000 TH/s

لايتكوين: 300 GH/s

إيثيريوم: 75 GH/s

داش: 50 TH/s

هارب ماينر هو حفار تبريد سائل مباشر تم تصميمه لتوفير أقصى قدر من الأمان وتحمل الأعطال. هارب ماينر يزيل المخاطر المرتبطة بالتبريد السائل ويوفر طريقة آمنة ومؤمنة وودية للميزانية. استهلاك طاقة هارب ماينر هو 2400 واط  فقط.

تم تصميم وضبط لاير ماينر وهارب ماينر ليستخدمهما المستثمر العادي، وكلا المنتجين يحققان عائدًا استثماريًا خلال شهر واحد. وقال دانيال كوكس، المدير الهندسي لبيتهارب: “منتجات بيتهارب هي ثورة جديدة في سوق العملات المشفرة لأنها تقدم لأي نوع من المستثمرين فرصة تحقيق الربح بعد شهر واحد فقط.”

من خلال الجمع بين واجهات المستخدم سهلة التشغيل والوظائف القوية، أنتجت بيتهارب حفارات تعدين مثالية لأي شخص مهتم بالتعدين بالعملات المشفرة. وفقًا لـبيتهارب، كل ما عليك فعله هو توصيله. يتوفر لاير ماينر وهارب ماينر للتسليم السريع من خلال  www.bitharp.com.

حول بيتهارب

بيتهارب هي شركة مصنعة للعملات المشفرة مقرها في نيوزيلندا لأحدث حفارات التعدين أداءً ومرونةً والتي تم تصميمها بهدف جعل التعدين أسهل وأكثر ربحية للمستثمرين.

Global Leaders Launch Groundbreaking Commission to Eliminate Energy Poverty Among 840 Million People Worldwide

The Rockefeller Foundation today announced the launch of the Global Commission to End Energy Poverty (GCEEP). The Commission will drive a new agenda to provide electricity to hundreds of millions in pursuit of the UN’s 2030 Sustainable Development Goal 7.

The Commission is co-chaired by Ernest J. Moniz, Professor of Physics & Engineering Systems Emeritus MIT, and former U.S. Secretary of Energy; President of the Rockefeller Foundation and former USAID Administrator Dr. Rajiv J. Shah; and Africa Development Bank President Akinwumi Adesina.

To make this effort possible, the Foundation has given a grant to The MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI). MITEI’s research team has developed an inception report, released this week that frames salient issues in the sector and serves as a starting point for the Commission’s work.

BELLAGIO, Italy, Sept. 12, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Today, The Rockefeller Foundation announced the launch of the Global Commission to End Energy Poverty (GCEEP) to address one of the greatest challenges of the 21st century: the lack of access to electricity for almost a billion people across the world, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa. The GCEEP is an acceleration of The Rockefeller Foundation’s work on energy poverty and will fast-track sustainable power solutions, investments, and partnerships that will deploy globally over the next decade.

The launch announcement follows the first full convening of Commissioners at The Rockefeller Foundation’s Bellagio Center in Bellagio, Italy, on September 10. The Commission will operate under the joint chairmanship of The Rockefeller Foundation President Dr. Rajiv J. Shah, former U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest J. Moniz, and the Africa Development Bank President Akinwumi Adesina.

About 840 million people live without energy access today, and according to The World Bank 650 million people will still lack access to energy in 2030, falling far short of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Ninety percent of these 650 million live in sub-Saharan Africa.

“We cannot end poverty without ending energy poverty,” said Shah at the launch of the Commission. “Despite recent progress, the world is not on track to solve this problem by 2030. Now is the time to unleash the full potential of distributed energy by integrating the strengths of grid and off-grid systems in order to enable large-scale public-private partnerships.”

Former U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz underscored this vision. “Access to electricity has increased dramatically in the past two decades, thanks to massive public and private investment in grid infrastructure,” said Moniz, who is also special advisor to the MIT president and the Cecil and Ida Green Professor of Physics and Engineering Systems emeritus at MIT. “To reach those who remain beyond the reach of the grid will require not only redoubled investment, but also innovative thinking and cooperative action on the part of a host of individuals and institutions. Our Commission brings together an extraordinary group of leaders with unique talents and knowledge and a determination to finish the job.”

The Commission intends to forge a robust, actionable consensus that lays out viable pathways for accelerating energy access quickly and cost-efficiently. It is comprised of heads of development banks, utilities, and off-grid firms, along with senior academics, industry leaders, and investors.

“Economies cannot develop in the dark,” said Adesina, President of the African Development Bank. “Close to 600 million people still don’t have access to electricity in Africa, and the majority live in rural areas. Grid expansion alone will not be enough to electrify these populations, but with a combination of distributed energy solutions and smart-grid expansion we can achieve universal, economically impactful electrification.”

The Commission will be supported by the work of a research team led by GCEEP Secretary and MIT Energy Initiative Deputy Director Robert Stoner and MIT visiting professor Ignacio Perez-Arriaga. The research team is focused on identifying and addressing the barriers to achieving universal, economically impactful electrification.

“Energy poverty is the end result of the failure of a complex system that spans physical infrastructure, advanced technologies, markets, policy, and regulation. Ending it requires finding generalizable solutions that make all parts of the electricity systems of low access countries reliable and affordable for everyone,” said Stoner. “Our research team will work closely with commissioners to develop creative actionable ideas.”

The GCEEP launch event also featured the release of an inception report developed by the MITEI research team to frame the salient issues in the sector today and serve as a starting point for the Commission’s work. During the course of its grant, MITEI will identify an implementable roadmap to end energy poverty with solutions that would provide affordable, sustainable, and reliable energy for all.

The co-chairs will next meet at a panel event during the United Nations General Assembly in New York at The Rockefeller Foundation’s offices on September 25.

For more information on the Global Commission to End Energy Poverty and its work, as well as a full list of commissioners, please visit endenergypoverty.org.

About The Rockefeller Foundation
The Rockefeller Foundation advances new frontiers of science, data, policy and innovation to solve global challenges related to health, food, power and economic mobility. As a science-driven philanthropy focused on building collaborative relationships with partners and grantees, the Foundation seeks to inspire and foster large-scale human impact that promotes the well-being of humanity throughout the world by identifying and accelerating breakthrough solutions, ideas and conversations. For more information, visit rockefellerfoundation.org.

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BitHarp Launches New Mining Rigs – Lyre Miner and Harp Miner

WELLINGTON, New Zealand, Sept. 12, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — BitHarp Group Limited (www.bitharp.com), a renowned cryptocurrency manufacturer, has released two new high-performance liquid mining rigs with advanced features and improved usage capabilities. Named Lyre Miner and Harp Miner, the mining rigs display significant benefits including a high hash rate and large profits.

Lyre Miner Hash Rate

Bitcoin            335 TH/s
Litecoin          55 GH/s
Ethereum       14 GH/s
Dash                9 TH/s

Lyre Miner is a powerful mining rig with a compact build designed to fit in limited spaces. The rig offers user-friendly features such as a touch screen interface to operate and monitor with ease. With a 600W power consumption.

Harp Miner Hash Rate

Bitcoin            2000 TH/s
Litecoin          300 GH/s
Ethereum       75 GH/s
Dash               50 TH/s

Harp Miner, is a direct liquid Cooling (DLC) rig that is built to provide maximized security and fault tolerance. Harp Miner eliminates risks associated with liquid cooling creating a safe, secure and budget friendly way to mine. Harp Miner has a power consumption of only 2400W .

Lyre Miner and Harp Miner are designed and configured to be used by the average investor and both products deliver ROI in one month .”BitHarp products are a new revolution in the cryptocurrency market because it gives the opportunity to any kind of investor to be on profit after a month,” said Daniel Cox, the Engineering Director of BitHarp.

By combining easy-to-operate user interfaces with powerful functionality, BitHarp has created the ideal mining rigs for anyone interested in cryptocurrency mining. According to BitHarp, all you have to do is plug it in. The Lyre Miner and Harp Miner are available for quick delivery through www.bitharp.com

About BitHarp

BitHarp is a New Zealand based cryptocurrency manufacturer of the most high-performance and flexible Mining rigs built with the goal of making mining easier and more profitable for investors.

Martell Chanteloup XXO is Unveiled in Paris: An Exceptional Experience for a Landmark Launch

PARIS, Sept. 12, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Maison Martell revealed its outstanding new cognac, Martell Chanteloup XXO, during a dazzling event at the historic Petit Palais. This exceptional experience was appropriate for what is a landmark launch, not only for Maison Martell, the oldest of the great cognac houses and the global leader in prestige cognacs, but also for the world of cognac as a whole, since Martell Chanteloup XXO initiates an entirely new category.

To view the Multimedia News Release, please click: https://www.multivu.com/players/uk/8606351-martell-chanteloup-xxo-unveiled-in-paris/ 

More than 100 guests travelled from 10 different countries to witness the unveiling of Martell Chanteloup XXO, an exceptional blend of 450 very old eaux-de-vie drawn from the four finest terroirs in the Cognac region. A supreme demonstration of the Martell art of blending, passed on through 300 years and nine generations of Cellar Masters, Martell Chanteloup XXO is accompanied by the Martell Chanteloup XXO Masterpiece. This exquisitely crafted, made-to-order trunk is the centrepiece of an entire bespoke experience designed to bring cognac lovers closer to the creative process. Both were presented during a gala dinner orchestrated by Michelin three-star chef Guy Savoy, who worked for several months with Martell Cellar Master Christophe Valtaud to create dishes that would enhance the uniquely rich and complex aromas of Martell Chanteloup XXO.

Martell Chanteloup XXO and the Martell Chanteloup XXO Masterpiece were revealed as part of a breath-taking trampoline performance created exclusively for Maison Martell by acrobat and choreographer Yoann Bourgeois. Initially concealed under silk veils, the trunk was gradually uncovered as, with each perfectly controlled jump, Yoann Bourgeois lifted off the veils one by one. At last, at the climax of his performance, the Martell Chanteloup XXO Masterpiece and the exceptional cognac inside were dramatically revealed to the amazed and delighted audience.

With the unveiling of Martell Chanteloup XXO, Maison Martell demonstrates not only its savoir-faire and mastery of the art of blending, but also the spirit of audacity and innovation that are the legacy of its founder Jean Martell.

More about the dinner

Guests were welcomed into the magnificently decorated gallery of the Petit Palais for the gala dinner, where – in a brief introduction – Martell Cellar Master Christophe Valtaud described how he and Guy Savoy worked together to create a harmony of aromas and flavours gradually leading up to the revelation of Martell Chanteloup XXO. The starter and first course – crab and avocado with a citrus-fruit jelly and timut pepper, followed by a carpaccio of ceps with woodland flavours – were thus accompanied by two vintage eaux-de-vie, each expressing a facet of the cognac. The first, a 1977 Borderies, represented the terroir which has been the signature of Maison Martell since it was founded, while the second, a 1958 Grande Champagne, was drawn from the prestigious cru where Christophe Valtaud was born and raised, the son and grandson of winegrowers.

The anticipation inside the Petit Palais was almost tangible as Martell Chanteloup XXO was served for the first time, with its rich aromatic facets complemented to perfection by Guy Savoy’s succulent guinea fowl in three ways, followed by oolong tea sorbet with a spiced custard cream, and – to finish – chocolate fondant with praline, chicory and Havana leaves.

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