HashWatt's goal is to become the most effective, legally compliant and transparent way to gain multi-currency exposure to the cryptocurrency market and participate in the developing fintech 3.0 marketplace. We apply best-in-class practices, rigorous business management, and flawless execution to the cross-cryptocurrency mining market, in conformity and compliance with U.S. laws rules and regulations. Thereby, through reinvestment and acquisition, become one of the largest cryptocurrency mining operations in the world.
HashWatt is among the lowest cost miners in the U.S. because of unique arrangements it has with U.S. power generators that guarantee long-term, low-cost electricity without distribution costs, and secure, leasehold property. These contractual agreements are for seven years and renewable for three-year extensions.
HashWatt, Inc. management is committed to the belief that cryptocurrency markets require investor protection and transparency in order to be legitimized. HashWatt is a U.S. company and will operate in compliance with U.S. laws, rules and regulations. HashWatt will offer only US Law compliant Securities.
In the event of an offering, the Common Stock of the Company may only be purchased with U.S. Dollars. All Common Stock purchased will be held in ledger entry form by the Company.
Purchasers of Hashwatt or HashWatt Mining Stock will be required to execute the appropriate Subscription Agreement and Investor Declaration, and to comply with the procedures required by the Company's accredited investor verification service (unless purchased under the exemption for Reg D). The Stock Subscription Agreement and Investor Declaration Agreement can be found and completed at the Company's website (www.hashwatt.com). The Company reserves the right to modify the terms of the Offering described prior to accepting any Stock Subscription Agreement and Investor Declaration, and the Stock subscriptions are offered subject to the Company's ability to reject any commitment in whole or in part.
Any investment in the Stock of HashWatt involves a high degree of risk, volatility and illiquidity. A prospective purchaser should thoroughly review the confidential information contained herein and carefully consider whether an investment in HashWatt is suitable to the investor's financial situation and goals.
No person has been authorized to make any statement concerning the Company or the sale of the Securities discussed herein, and any such statements, if made, must not be relied upon.
Nothing contained in this website constitutes an offer to sell, or a solicitation of an offer to buy, an interest in any jurisdiction in which it is unlawful to make such an offer or solicitation. Neither the Commission nor any other federal, state or foreign regulatory authority has approved an investment in the HashWatt Securities.
Investments in the HashWatt Securities are denominated in U.S. Dollars.
HashWatt, Inc. is a Delaware corporation and believes it is one of the few cryptocurrency mining businesses that operates in compliance with U.S. laws, rules and regulations. The company can be described as a "USA sovereign blockchain fintech company", Further, the Company has negotiated unique long-term agreements for the purchase of low-cost electricity without distribution costs in a secure (both physical and Internet), leasehold property. The Company believes that its cost of electricity is among the lowest in the U.S. The contracts for power are negotiatied to have seven-year terms with three-year extensions and do not commence until the start of business operations.
For Common Stockholders of HashWatt, Inc. (not token holders), the Company will develop and execute cross- cryptocurrency trading strategies with the intent of increasing returns. The Company may choose to utilize "mined block rewards, equity, and confirmation fees" to acquire, and trade crypto currencies (in alignment with the established trading strategy) within the asset portfolio of the company.
The Company will mine across mineable currencies in a way that mimics currency contribution to the markets,
always using sixty percent (60%) of its mining assets to mine those currencies that make up sixty percent
(60%) of the cryptocurrency market in the same proportion as the market (Core Assets). The remaining forty
percent (40%) of its mining assets will mine currencies that in the discretion of Company management offer
the best return on investment. If the Company had commenced its operations on December 31, 2017 its mining
operations would have been targeted as follows:
At all times, the Company will hold the Core Assets net of operation reinvestment, operating expenses and management fees in escrow in the currencies mined. Company management may actively trade Discretionary Assets in Company management’s sole discretion from and to any currency, including, without limitation, other cryptocurrencies, fiat currencies or commodities.