Introducing NODE Haven

Today's mining equipment manufacturers have business models that centralize access to mining equipment, leading to a plethora of issues that disgruntle the mining community and created a need for NODE Haven.

Access Granted

NODE Haven, a US-based blockchain hardware manufacturer, provides everyone the ability to have the same advantages miner manufacturers have themselves: First access to advanced miners with a price based on cost of production. This is accomplished by following a co-operative model that utilizes an Ethereum ERC20 Token (NODE). NODE tokens may be used repeatedly to obtain miners at a price based on cost rather than market, significantly increasing the miner's ROI especially in times of high-demand.

Advanced Blockchain Hardware Provider

In addition to advanced crypto-mining equipment, NODE Haven is developing new and customized blockchain hardware solutions for applications ranging from artificial intelligence mining supporting neural networks to optimizing video transcoding.  Our long-term goal is to support emerging blockchain technology and become your Web 3.0 hardware provider.

NODE Haven 7nm Bitcoin ASIC

7nm allows twice the cores, for up to twice the profits

16nm

7nm

16nm ASIC chips are the current standard in today's Bitcoin mining equipment.  The NODE Haven 7nm Bitcoin ASIC could provide up 60% more hash-rate at up to 50% better efficiency compared to 16nm ASICs.

 

Please refer to the NODE Haven whitepaper for more information regarding our first product, the NODE Haven 7nm Bitcoin ASIC miner.

Why is Bitcoin Mining Important?

Bitcoin

implemented the first proof-of-work mining network and opened the door to the rapidly expanding cryptocurrency space.

 

$Trillions

of dollars are estimated to be secured by cryptocurrency mining as adoption grows.  Bitcoin has outperformed most assets year-over-year and is still in early phases of its adoption curve.

$200 Billion

of value secured by cryptocurrency mining and will continue to grow

 

$800 Billion

is the All Time High market cap reliant on proof-of-work cryptocurrency mining

 

$4 Billion

operating profit in 2017 for one ASIC miner manufacturer

Below is a short video that will help you understand Bitcoin mining, give a brief history and demonstrate how ASICs have revolutionized the industry.

History of Bitcoin Mining

 

The Original Vision: "One CPU, One Vote"

Satoshi Nakamoto, the founder of Bitcoin, envisioned widespread access to mining by stating “one CPU, one vote” in the Bitcoin whitepaper of 2008. At that time any individual in the world could meaningfully contribute to securing the Bitcoin network through mining and be rewarded.

 

Mining Hardware Evolved

Satoshi’s original vision of accessibility has radically changed. More powerful and efficient methods of mining were introduced, rendering prior methods obsolete. Original CPU mining was overtaken by GPU mining, and now GPU mining has been overtaken by ASIC mining (Application Specific Integrated Circuit). ASIC miners are the pinnacle of modern day mining and are required to be profitable.

 

Technology now in the hands of a few

ASIC technology rests in the hands of highly specialized manufacturers that have great control over many factors of the mining network. This is in stark contrast to Satoshi Nakamoto’s original vision of abundant access and the “One CPU, One Vote” vision.

Problem: ASIC Manufacturer Mediation

 

Centralized ASIC manufacturers control the flow of the hardware infrastructure supporting "decentralized" cryptocurrency by deciding who gets mining hardware and when.  Production runs are limited when mining is most profitable causing them to sell out very quickly.  This leads to exorbitant pricing from third party sellers during times when miners is most economic.

 

ASIC manufacturers mine with the advanced technology while selling off older technology.  The advanced technology gives them an immense competitive advantage that will now be shared by NODE token holders.

 

The threat to decentralization increases as Bitcoin and cryptocurrency prices rise.  The incentive to mine with the equipment in their own mines grows for centralized ASIC manufacturers leaving independent miners with little access to economic hardware.  NODE Haven will not mine with the equipment produced and token holders will foresee-ably get advanced equipment at lower cost than other ASIC manufacturers.  This will effectively neutralize the threat.

What do we do about it?

 

Increase accessibility

Every person wishing to participate in mining should have the same access to equipment as the ASIC manufacturer.

 

Replace centralized business models

Centralized business models by their very nature act against the missions of decentralized cryptocurrencies.  They limit the access to advanced technologies and increase equipment prices following cryptocurrency market price to obtain the highest profit margin possible.

 

Embrace co-operative business models

A co-operative business model will supply every member the same advantages that ASIC manufacturers have themselves:  First access to the most advanced equipment at the lowest cost.

The NODE Haven

Product Development Vehicle (PDV)

 

The NODE Haven PDV is the first cryptocurrency mining equipment consumer co-operative.

 

Purchase NODE tokens and participate in the mission to make the world's most advanced technology accessible to everyone.

 

Bernstein analysts report that Bitmain made up to $4 Billion in 2017.  Empower yourself with the same advantages: the latest equipment equipment at cost of production.

 

Extract the best ROI from your miners by out-competing with your new equipment, direct from the factory with no delay or pre-use.

NODE Token Utility

 

Reserve

Reserve miners with just 10% of the purchase value in tokens.  Tokens may be used over and over again if equipment is paid for in cash or crypto.

 

Purchase

Miners may be purchased outright with NODE token, cash or crypto.  Reserved miners are priced according to a cost + 10% model detailed in the Whitepaper.

Core Team

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Michael Bazzi

Co-Founder

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Charles Dusek

Co-Founder

Michael Bazzi

Co-Founder

Charles Dusek

Co-Founder

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Gil Motta

Technical Director

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E. Ross Hackler

Social Director

Gil Motta

Technical Director

E. Ross Hackler

Creative Director

Technical Team

Advanced Semiconductor Technologies LTD

5 Years of BTC ASIC Experience

30 Years of ASIC System Building Experience

Advisory Team

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Pranav Mathuria

Senior ASIC Engineer contracting at Google

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Magnus Dufwa

Senior Solidity & Full Stack Developer

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Bryan Feinberg

Blockchain Venturist - CEO of Etheralabs,io

Pranav Mathuria

ASIC Advisor

Magnus Dufwa

Solidity Developer

Bryan Feinburg

Blockchain Venturist

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Tudor Stomff

Co-Founder of BountyHive.io & Manager of over 40 ICO Campaigns

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Miguel Gonzalez

Etheralabs.io - Head of Miner Relations

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Kittan at Gekkoscience

2Pac BTC USB Miner Builder

Tudor Stomff

Bountyhive.io

Miguel Gonzalez

Miner Relations

Kitton - Gekkoscience

BTC Miner Builder

History of Bitcoin Mining

  • The original vision: "One CPU, One vote"

    Satoshi Nakamoto, the founder of Bitcoin, envisioned widespread access to mining by stating “one CPU, one vote” in the Bitcoin whitepaper of 2008. Any individual in the world could meaningfully contribute to securing the Bitcoin network through mining and be rewarded.

  • Mining hardware evolved

    Satoshi’s original vision of accessibility has radically changed. More powerful and efficient methods of mining were introduced, rendering prior methods obsolete. Original CPU mining was overtaken by GPU mining, and now GPU mining has been overtaken by ASIC mining (Application Specific Integrated Circuit). ASIC miners are the pinnacle of modern day Bitcoin mining and are required to be profitable.

  • ASIC manufacturer control

    ASIC mining technology is now at the mercy of highly specialized manufacturers that have great control over many factors of the mining network. This is in stark contrast to Satoshi Nakamoto’s original vision of abundant access and the “One CPU, One Vote” vision.

The Problem: Centralized ASIC Manufacturers

  • Control of ASIC miner supply

    Centralized ASIC manufacturers control the flow of the hardware infrastructure supporting "decentralized" cryptocurrency by deciding who gets mining hardware and when.  Production runs are limited when mining is most profitable causing them to sell out very quickly.  This leads to exorbitant pricing from third party sellers during times when mining is most economic.

  • Exclusive access to advanced hardware

    ASIC manufacturers mine with the advanced technology while selling off older technology.  The advanced technology gives them an immense competitive advantage that will now be shared by NODE token holders.

  • Profit driven business model

    ASIC manufacturers privately mine with advanced equipment while difficulty is lower.  Then, when it is more profitable to sell the equipment than mine, they mass produce the equipment at market price driving difficulty up consequently diminishing ROI.  In this manner, most of the value generated by Bitcoin mining is captured by ASIC manufacturers themselves.

  • A threat to decentralization

    As Bitcoin and cryptocurrency prices rise, the ROI of mining rises making it more profitable for ASIC manufacturers to privately mine with advanced equipment rather than distribute them to the public. There may be a day when there are no publicly available economic ASIC miners.  This will be the end of decentralized Bitcoin and Satoshi's dream.

What do we do about it?

  • Increase accessibility

    In order to ensure decentralization and forgo mediation, every individual wishing to participate in mining should have the same access to equipment as the profit-seeking ASIC manufacturers.

  • Replace centralized business models

    By their very nature, centralized business models act against the missions of decentralized cryptocurrencies. They limit access to advanced technologies when most profitable and increase equipment prices to obtain more profits as market demand increases.

  • Embrace co-operative business models

    A co-operative business model will be able to provide members the same advantages as centralized ASIC manufacturers: First access to the most advanced equipment at the lowest cost.

NODE Haven Product Development Vehicle

  • Consumer co-operative

    The NODE Haven Product Development Vehicle (PDV) is the world's first cryptocurrency mining equipment consumer co-operative, stepping away from traditional profit motivated models.  Check out our Medium article: The Token Sale - A Consumer Co-operative

  • The $4B advantage

    Bernstein analysts report that Bitmain made $3 - $4 Billion in 2017. Empower yourself with the same advantages: the latest equipment at cost of production.

  • Access to advanced tech

    Extract the highest ROI's possible with advanced technologies including 7nm ASICs that provide better power efficiencies direct from the factory at the lowest cost.

  • NODE token

    The NODE token allows you to purchase equipment at cost+10% or better from the Product Development vehicle through the reservation system.

NODE Token Utility

  • Reservation

    Reserve miners with just 10% of the purchase value to take advantage of your membership.  If the equipment is paid in full with cash/crypto then the NODE tokens are returned.  The NODE tokens may be re-used in this manner at each production run to take full-advantage of your membership.

  • Purchase

    By reserving a miner with NODE tokens you are locking in the Cost+10% pricing.  NODE tokens, cash or crypto may be used to purchase the miner.

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Michael Bazzi

Co-Founder

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Charles Dusek

Co-Founder

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Gil Motta

Technical Director

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E. Ross Hackler

Social Director

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Pranav Mathuria

Senior ASIC Engineer contracting at Google

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Magnus Dufwa

Senior Solidity & Full Stack Developer

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Bryan Feinberg

Blockchain Venturist - CEO of Etheralabs,io

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Tudor Stomff

Co-Founder of BountyHive.io & Manager of over 40 ICO Campaigns

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Miguel Gonzalez

Etheralabs.io - Head of Miner Relations

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Kittan at Gekkoscience

2Pac BTC USB Miner Builder

Pre-Sale

NODE Haven 7nm Bitcoin ASIC

7nm allows twice the cores, for up to twice the profits

16nm

7nm

Why is Bitcoin Mining Important?

 

Bitcoin

implemented the first proof-of-work mining network and opened the door to the rapidly expanding cryptocurrency space.

 

$Trillions

of dollars are estimated to be secured by cryptocurrency mining as adoption grows.  Bitcoin has outperformed most assets year-over-year and is still in early phases of its adoption curve.

 

$200 Billion

of value secured by cryptocurrency mining and will continue to grow

 

$800 Billion

is the All Time High market cap reliant on proof-of-work cryptocurrency mining

 

$4 Billion

operating profit in 2017 for one ASIC miner manufacturer

 

Below is a short video that will help you understand Bitcoin mining, give a brief history and demonstrate how ASICs have revolutionized the industry.

  • The original vision:

    "One CPU, One Vote"

    Satoshi Nakamoto, the founder of Bitcoin, envisioned a mining world of abundant access by stating “one CPU, one vote” in the Bitcoin whitepaper of 2008. Any individual in the world in possession of a computer could meaningfully contribute to securing the Bitcoin network through mining and be rewarded.

  • Mining

    hardware evolved

    Satoshi’s original vision of accessibility has radically changed. More powerful and efficient methods of mining were introduced, rendering prior methods obsolete. Original CPU mining was overtaken by GPU mining, and now GPU mining has been overtaken by ASIC mining (Application Specific Integrated Circuit). ASIC miners are the pinnacle of modern day Bitcoin mining and are required to be profitable.

  • Now, ASIC manufacturers

    control mining hardware

    ASIC mining technology is now at the mercy of highly specialized manufacturers that have great control over many factors of the mining network. This is in stark contrast to Satoshi Nakamoto’s original vision of abundant access and the “One CPU, One Vote” vision.

  • Control of ASIC

    miner supply

    Centralized ASIC manufacturers control the flow of the hardware infrastructure supporting "decentralized" cryptocurrency by deciding who gets mining hardware and when.  Production runs are limited when mining is most profitable causing them to sell out very quickly.  This leads to exorbitant pricing from third party sellers during times when mining is most economic.

  • Have exclusive access

    to advanced hardware

    ASIC manufacturers mine with the advanced technology while selling off older technology.  The advanced technology gives them an immense competitive advantage that will now be shared by NODE token holders.

  • Profit driven

    business model

    ASIC manufacturers privately mine with advanced equipment while difficulty is lower.  Then, when it is more profitable to sell the equipment than mine, they mass produce the equipment at market price driving difficulty up consequently diminishing ROI.  In this manner, most of the value generated by mining is captured by ASIC manufacturers themselves.

  • A threat to

    decentralization

    As Bitcoin and cryptocurrency prices rises, the ROI rises making it more profitable for ASIC manufacturers to privately mine with advanced equipment rather than distribute them to the public. There may be a day when there are no publicly available economic ASIC miners.  This will be the end of decentralized Bitcoin and Satoshi's dream.

  • Increase

    accessibility

    In order to ensure decentralization and forgo mediation, every individual wishing to participate in mining should have the same access to equipment as the profit-seeking ASIC manufacturers.

  • Replace centralized

    business models

    By their very nature, centralized business models act against the missions of decentralized cryptocurrencies. They limit access to advanced technologies when most profitable and increase equipment prices to obtain more profits for the business as market demand increases.

  • Embrace co-operative

    business models

    A co-operative business model will supply every participant with the same advantages as ASIC manufacturers have themselves: First access to the most advanced equipment and at the lowest cost.

  • Consumer

    Co-Operative

    The NODE Haven Product Development Vehicle (PDV) is the world's first cryptocurrency mining equipment consumer co-operative, stepping away from traditional profit motivated models.  Check out our Medium article: The Token Sale - A Consumer Co-operative

  • The $4B

    advantage

    Bernstein analysts report that Bitmain made $3 - $4 Billion in 2017. Empower yourself with the same advantages: the latest equipment at cost of production.

  • Access to

    advanced technology

    Extract the highest ROI's possible with advanced technologies including 7nm ASICs that provide better power efficiencies direct from the factory at the lowest cost.

  • NODE token

    The NODE token allows you to purchase equipment at cost+10% or better from the Product Development vehicle through the reservation system.

  • Reserve miner with

    10% NODE Token Value

    Reserve miners with just 10% of the purchase value to take advantage of your membership.  If the equipment is paid in full with cash/crypto then the NODE tokens are returned.  The NODE tokens may be re-used in this manner at each production run.

  • Purchase miner

    at Cost+10%

    By reserving a miner with NODE tokens you are locking in the Cost+10% pricing.  NODE tokens, cash or crypto may be used to purchase the miner.