How Elon Musk’s Companies Make It Easier For You To Mine Bitcoin Away From Society

Elon Musk is the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX.

Tesla allows you to have solar panels/solar shingles where the excess electricity produced during the day can be stored in a big power wall battery to use at night.

You can connect your cryptocurrency mining machines/rigs to the solar panels and the power wall batteries to use the electricity produced to mine 24/7 with no downtime.

For internet connection, you make an account with SpaceX’s “Starlink” wifi service.

SpaceX is shooting up tens of mini satellites per launch into space in order to eventually encompass the Earth with internet access anywhere in the world.

Imagine being able to mine bitcoin in the Sahara dessert, the woods of Oregon, Arizona dessert, New York, Florida, middle of the Atlantic Ocean, etc. without having to be connected to your local internet service provider.

SpaceX’s Starlink service gives you a disk that you use to connect to its satellites to access the wifi network anywhere in the world.

Right now they only have access for North American customers but plan to open it up to the rest of the world little by little as they add more satellites.

Not only that, they will allow payments for all their services with cryptocurrency.

Tesla is now accepting Bitcoin with their cars.

Soon, they will accept Dogecoin for their Starlink service.

Meaning, if you can connect your mining machines to their solar panels and batteries anywhere in the world, even in the middle of nowhere as long as there is sunlight, you can mine the coins that you can then use to pay for the services needed to mine more coins.

Somewhere in this process, you siphon off some of the mined coins into your own wallet, of course, and live your life.

This is how Elon Musk’s companies make it easier for you to mine Bitcoin (and other coins) away from society.

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