We’re Bringing Bitcoin Mining To An Iconic Ghost Town

Cerro Gordo sits at 8,500 feet elevation between the highest point in the U.S. (Mount Whitney) and the lowest elevation (Death Valley). In the 1800s, the town's mine extracted about $500 million worth of silver and is responsible for much of Los Angeles's success today.

Last year, my friend Brent and his business partner Jon bought Cerro Gordo for $1.4M with the goal of turning it into a luxury travel destination. And part of the revitalization includes bringing cryptocurrency mining to the old abandoned mine shaft.

In this video, I talk with Brent about his plans for the town, and we search deep within the mine shafts to find a suitable place to set up a mining rig.

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Chris Dunn is the founder of Skill Incubator. He is an active investor and entrepreneur with the mission of helping people learn Skills to thrive in today's economy. Chris spends his time testing and building multiple streams of income and investing the profits. Read more here.