Bitcoin Miner TeraWulf Sets 2022 Hashrate Guidance

The company, which went public in December and counts among its backers actress Gwyneth Paltrow, also said its 2025 expectations remain on track.

AccessTimeIconMar 17, 2022 at 11:01 p.m. UTC
Updated Mar 18, 2022 at 2:08 p.m. UTC

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TeraWulf (WULF), the environmentally minded bitcoin (BTC) miner that went public in December, sees itself reaching a hashrate range of 4.7 to 5.1 exahash per second (EH/s) by the end of 2022, according to a statement.

  • The Easton, Md.-based company, backed by celebrities such as Gwyneth Paltrow, also expects to be able to successfully build out over 400 megawatts of mining facility in 2023, raising its hashrate to 12.1 to 17.2 EH/s.
  • The miner reiterated its expectations of reaching 800 MW and 23 EH/s of mining capacity by 2025.
  • The Bitcoin network’s total hashrate was 209.7 EH/s as of March 16, according to Glassnode data. By comparison, Marathon Digital (MARA), one of the largest bitcoin miners, said it sees reaching a hashrate of 23.3 EH/s by early 2023.
  • For this year, TeraWulf is expecting a total of 210MW of power capacity, but notes the company could expand to raise power capacity to 235MW if the macroeconomic and capital markets improve.
  • “Our focus in 2022 remains on continuing to build out our Lake Mariner facility in New York and Nautilus Cryptomine in Pennsylvania, ensuring we are well positioned to create as many plugs as possible to take advantage of significant Infrastructure and supply chain constraints facing the market,” CEO Paul Prager said in the statement.
  • The company has raised a total of about $295 million to date and said it continues to take “an opportunistic approach” to raising capital.
  • The shares of the miner have declined about 47% this year, while the price of bitcoin fell 15%.

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