Eagle, Idaho (July 6, 2021) – TRON Group, Inc. (OTC: TGRP), a global holding company specializing in technology investments, announced today the acquisition of American Crypto Systems, Inc., a profitable cryptocurrency mining operation based in the Boise valley, Idaho. TRON has the immediate intention of preparing upgrades to the facility in order to increase capacity for the operation. In addition to cryptocurrency mining, American Crypto Mining’s data scientists also develop core technologies in the fields of:
This internal research has proved successful through software developments in data acquisition, data mining, encrypted data bookkeeping, and encrypted data acquisition. It is the anticipation of TRON Group management that continued research will open new revenue markets for the Company in fields such as:
American Crypto Mining is located in Idaho, in the northwest of the United States bordering Canada. With its suitable climate condition, abundant and relatively inexpensive electrical power resources, open market economic system, and tax advantages, TRON Group made the decision that the region was a suitable location for running a data mining company. The Idaho facility has 6,000 square feet of warehouse space; American Crypto Mining currently runs 200 machines and seeks to quickly move to maximize current capacity of up to 500 mining rigs.
About TRON Group Inc.
TRON Group Inc. is a holding company acquiring operating companies and assets in growing industries. The company’s intent is to grow them by providing management and technical support under its public company umbrella.
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