Argo Blockchain (LSE: ARB) is searching for to lift $58 million from the sale of senior notes to finance its Texas block reward mining website. The corporate plans to channel the funds in the direction of procuring mining rigs in addition to shouldering development prices in what might be a multi-billion mining facility.
Argo has been searching for to scale up its BTC mining actions and recognized Texas as the perfect location for growth. Citing the state’s inexpensive renewable power as a key cause behind its choice, the U.Okay.-based and London-listed miner is constructing a mining facility that can entry as much as 800MW of energy.
In a filing with the U.S. securities regulator, Argo revealed that it’s set to supply unsecured senior notes within the hopes of securing $57.5 million for the mission. The notes will mature in November 2026 with an rate of interest of 8.75%.
The agency will use the funds to assemble the ability. It is going to additionally channel among the funds to buying mining rigs, probably buying or investing in companies concerned with digital currencies and for basic company functions, it revealed.
Argo has already taken multi-million greenback loans from Mike Novogratz’ funding agency Galaxy Digital to fund the mission. The newest was in September 2021 when it acquired $25 million. Just a few months prior, it had secured $20 million. The mixed $45 million in loans from Galaxy Digital have been collateralized by the miner’s BTC reserves, giving it a capital infusion with out having to liquidate its speculative tokens.
Argo’s newest fundraising efforts come simply days after it needed to reveal previously-undisclosed particulars about its Texas facility. Following an info leak, the corporate introduced that the ability may price as much as $2 billion to assemble. There have additionally been claims that the corporate overpaid 100x for the acquisition of the Texas land and allegedly lied to buyers for months earlier than being busted and compelled to come clean with its lies.
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