ICOBox and KELTA Team Up to Introduce a New Generation of Crypto Processing Technology

By | January 11, 2018

ICOBox and KELTA Team Up to Introduce a New Generation of Crypto Processing Technology

Established crypto farm and data center, KELTA, has just signed on with ICOBox, the premier provider of SaaS solutions for conducting ICOs. ICOBox will provide technical, legal and marketing services for KELTA as the company prepares to launch its ICO.

KELTA is a decentralized data center that provides hosting services for a variety of industries, including scientific research, neural network testing, game services, and crypto mining. Registered as a private limited company in the United Kingdom, their data farm is located in the Republic of Slovakia. The company began operation just over 5 years ago when they completed construction and certification of their Tier-3 secure data center, and is already fully operational and profitable.

KLT token holders will be able to access the KELTA data farm for remote crypto mining, which opens up the field to more players who may not be able to afford to operate larger mines. This means a hassle-free process without the need to store, maintain and constantly update computing hardware. What makes KELTA’s data farm stand out from its competitors is its unique immersion cooling system. The technology gives them a competitive advantage because their computers consume less energy than those using other types of cooling systems like fans or air conditioning. Less energy means lower fixed costs for the end user. This means that mining can happen at a lower energy cost, while mining chips can easily be upgraded in order to keep up with increased mining difficulty.

By working with ICOBox, the company hopes to reach an international KLT membership base. Founded in 2017 by blockchain visionaries Nick Evdokimov, Mike Raitsyn, Anar Babaev, and Daria Generalova, ICOBox provides companies gearing up to run their own ICOs with the guidance and know-how to reach their target audience. KELTA CEO, George Mac, says the company was eager to team up with ICOBox, because “We wanted to go international and create a firm that would have customers from all around the world. We also see a great potential in the blockchain industry being a hot topic all over the world and would like to jump on this fast moving train. We know that ICOBox has the experience to guide us to our membership goals and that they will ensure that our ICO is conducted competently and transparently.”

KELTA is selling utility tokens, which are designed to provide their holders 50 years of access to one watt of data capacity per token. With the KLT token, users will also be able to simply open an app on their smartphone, tablet or computer and control whatever they wish to do with the given watt power, including crypto mining. Even people new to blockchain technology will find this platform easy to use. Tokens can also be rented within the system in the future. ICOBox co-founder Nick Evdokimov says what he loves about this KLT token opportunity is how it truly levels the field for anyone interested in crypto mining, because there is virtually no need for a major infrastructure investment. “This ICO should be attractive to both large and small players who want to participate in crypto mining technology without the cost and technical requirements of setting up and maintaining their own mining farm,” says Evdokimov.

The KLT ICO is presently in its pre-sale phase, with a minimum required token purchase of 10,0000. Their general sale begins on1st of February 2018 with no minimum or maximum purchase restrictions. Tokens will be distributed to buyers in March. For more information about KELTA visit: KELTA.com

Published at Thu, 11 Jan 2018 13:07:17 -0500