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D-Central offers Antminer repairs by a Bitmain certified team in Canada

Laval, Quebec, Canada, 1st Oct 2022,  BITMAIN is the world’s largest ASIC developer and the world’s leading manufacturer of cryptocurrency miners. The BITMAIN Antminer has long dominated the global mining equipment market share.

Although these machines are efficient, stable and robust, they regularly break down during and after their period of support by the manufacturer. As the CEO of D-Central Technologies recently explained, some Antminer models have reported failure rates of up to 30%.

The manufacturer’s warranty process can take up to six months, especially in Canada, where there is still no Bitmain Overseas cooperative repair center. This forces people to go to out-of-warranty ASIC repair centers and pay the repair cost while the warranty is still valid or send their machine to China for service several months later.

“Waiting months for your machines to be returned from the warranty is unacceptable. Many of our customers still choose to pay the cost of the repair. They prefer a repair carried out in less than 14 days. Everyone knows that in this industry, every mining day counts,” says Jonathan Bertrand, CEO of D-Central.

When your BITMAIN Antminer breaks down, the best solution is to repair it locally or replace the faulty component as soon as possible. This may be the quickest and most cost-effective approach…but only if you can have your machines serviced in your country or continent.

D-Central’s BITMAIN certified technicians receive the same training as the manufacturer. D-Central only uses genuine parts. Their professional repair technicians restore your machine to OEM quality.

When you choose an Antminer repair service located in North America, you eliminate communication outages and have access to seamless local customer service that’s awake when you’re awake. This is important to reduce downtime. Shipping to a repair center in North America is cheaper and faster than shipping to and from China. When you eliminate downtime, you increase profitability.

“D-Central has been in business since 2016. Our track record speaks for itself. We are not one of those companies funded with millions of dollars, which appeared out of nowhere. We identified industry needs before others and, on our own, built the largest, fastest and cheapest ASIC repair center in Canada. We repair all components, from the control board, to power supplies and hashboards. We also have several free tutorials on our YouTube channel,” adds Jonathan.

D-Central provides ASIC mining repair, maintenance and training services to keep mining machines online and generate revenue. Additionally, D-Central promises to work with various ASIC miner manufacturers to provide the warranty their customer deserves, fulfilled in Canada.

To learn more about D-Central’s ASIC miner repair service, visit their service page: https://d-central.tech/mining-repairs/ To learn more about maintenance training: https://d-central.tech/mining-training/ D-Central also offers several free resources to get started with ASIC repair on their YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com/c/DCentralTech/


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Organization: D-Central Technologies

Contact Person: Media Relations

Email: [email protected]

Website: https://d-central.tech/

City: Laval

State: Québec

Country: Canada

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