125 years ago, nearly 50% of the US population worked on a farm. They tilled the land by hand and tended to their crops with their families and farmhands. Some years they thrived, and others suffered, but together, they built strong communities and supported each other.
Today, according to the American Farm Bureau Federation, farmers and ranch families comprise less than 2% of the US population. After expenses, farmers and ranchers receive only 8 cents out of every dollar spent on food at home and away from home. 1 Farm workers toil long hours but can often only work 6 months out of the year in many parts of the country based on local weather conditions and family farms are being bought up every day by huge conglomerates.2
But what if we had the power to change all of that?
At GeoBitmine, we see a future where technology can change the future of farming in America and beyond. We recycle waste heat from data processing and crypto mining operations to produce 10x the crop yield of traditional farming with indoor vertical greenhouses. We use 95% less water than traditional farming while creating 80+ year-round new jobs in both the agricultural and tech industries for each 15-acre development.
Imagine all the opportunities that can come from just one simple idea, partnering big data with indoor growing.
Imagine the partnerships with local schools and universities to expand research opportunities and build job-training programs.
Imagine the local, organic food on grocery store shelves grown just 10 miles down the road.
Imagine the sustainable housing projects, new schools, medical centers, and commerce areas all made possible by an economic engine that builds capital while it grows crops.
We know this future is possible. We are making it happen.
GeoBitmine. Recycling waste heat for tomorrow’s future. ™