NetworkNewsBreaks – ISW Holdings Inc. (ISWH) CEO Makes Guest Appearance on Bit5ive Podcast
ISW Holdings (OTC: ISWH) president and CEO Alonzo Pierce was a featured guest speaker on a recent episode of the Waypoint podcast; he was joined by Robert Collazo of Bit5ive LLC. During the podcast, the two men talked about the partnership between the two companies, as well as the nuances of mining crypto and where ISWH hopes to be in the future. ISW Holdings is a global brand management holdings company with commercial operations in telehealth and renewable energy cryptocurrency mining. Collazo shared how he got started in the space at the beginning of the crypto revolution while Pierce noted that he has been impressed with Collazo’s expertise and experience, reiterating the confidence that he, along with the company, has chosen the right partner with which to produce a market-leading carbon neutral cryptocurrency company. Rather than simply holding mined coins in cold storage, the men explained that they will explore innovative ways to monetize, hedge and otherwise capitalize on the savings and value mined coins represent so that the capital is working for them while they continue to produce more coins. The partners also noted that they will be participating in a coordinated pooled mining strategy, which includes entering into the Bitmain mining pool; Bitmain is the world’s foremost producer of ASIC bitcoin mining hardware. The collaboration between the companies has been effective at sourcing new miners, which can be hurdle in the space. Pierce also alluded to several major announcements coming, including a move to segment out and launch hosting operations, and also hints of a new pod design for alt-coin mining. Finally, both Collazo and Pierce agreed that ISW Holdings’ mining infrastructure and operations can be profitable on a per-unit basis with Bitcoin above $25K per coin.
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