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Royal Finance Coin (RFC) and Aruba.it: Pioneering Sustainable Crypto Mining

The partnership between Royal Finance Coin (RFC) and Aruba.it represents a significant stride in sustainable cryptocurrency mining. Aruba.it, Europe's leading server provider, hosts RFC's mining machines in its state-of-the-art data centers, renowned for their commitment to green energy and technological excellence.

Sustainable Mining at Its Core

At the heart of RFC's operation is the integration of high-efficiency mining machines housed within Aruba.it's facilities, which are powered entirely by renewable energy sources. This setup not only underscores RFC's dedication to environmental stewardship but also ensures that the mining process is cost-effective and energy-efficient, aligning with global sustainability goals.

Strategic Location and Technological Edge

Aruba.it’s data centers, strategically located in Italy, are equipped with the latest in cooling and power technology, ensuring optimal performance of the mining hardware. The collaboration leverages Aruba.it's robust infrastructure and RFC's innovative blockchain approach to create a mining environment that is both powerful and sustainable.

Impact on RFC's Ecosystem

This partnership enables RFC to reliably mine cryptocurrency, which in turn strengthens the RFC token ecosystem. The mined cryptocurrency worth one Bitcoin each month is reinvested into the RFC liquidity pools, enhancing the token's stability and growth potential. This model not only benefits RFC investors by providing a steady backing of tangible assets but also sets a new standard for responsible and profitable cryptocurrency mining.

Technical Specs:

Our solution aims to replace traditional mining farms with a decentralized, low-energy-impact system. This system consists of local cluster nodes (acting as a substitute master node for the farm) orchestrated to intelligently connect to primary pool services for different types of algorithms and cryptocurrencies. It also aggregates lower-level, obsolete, and refurbished systems, including mini Single Board Computers, capable of producing a minimum hash rate per second. These devices, hosting small virtual machines, are combined into pods (containers), forming a cluster of workers that operate under the guidance of the local master node.

Hashes collected per algorithm, or for each cryptocurrency mined, are directed to the specific pool using the local master node as a proxy to maintain connection integrity. This setup aims to optimize hash accumulation, reducing electricity consumption for sustainability and cost savings. Additionally, it facilitates the recycling of unused miners, thus reducing electronic waste.

This multi-algo and multi-currency strategy enhances performance, allowing for the submission of fewer but more valuable shares within the reward system, ultimately resolving more within various pools over the same time period. The rewarded cluster then distributes the prizes among its participants based on their input and the duration of their involvement, after compensating for any surpluses.

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