Hosting Agreement

Mining Syndicate Hosting Agreement

By ticking "agree to your miner hosting policy" you are confirming that you have read the following Hosting Agreement, that you agree to the Terms of the Agreement and have provided an electronic signature as confirmation. 

BACKGROUND

1. MINING SYNDICATE provides hosting, operational and management services to persons and entities that mine for cryptocurrencies from its facilities (the “Facility”).

2. Customer desires to obtain services from MINING SYNDICATE on the terms contained in this Agreement.

 

TERMS OF AGREEMENT

1. MINING SYNDICATE.
The services MINING SYNDICATE will provide to Customers include installing, configuring, hosting, and maintaining the cryptocurrency mining equipment you deliver to us (“Your Equipment”), monitoring the performance of Your Equipment (subject to Section 6 (Monitoring Performance of Your Equipment), and providing the electricity, networking interconnectivity, cooling, and associated facilities and staffing necessary for Your Equipment to mine for cryptocurrency (collectively, the “Services”).

2. Initiation
To begin obtaining the Services, you must submit to us via our website or via email an order form, which is available at https://miningsyndicate.com/collections/hosting-plans, accept the terms of this Agreement, and deliver Your Equipment to us to install and configure. Prior to MINING SYNDICATE providing the Services to you, you must pay for the first and last month of services agreed to on the order form. For example, if a 12-month contract is selected, the customer must pay for month 1 and month 12 upfront. The amount billed will remain constant during the term of the contract.

3. The Facility
This Agreement is not an agreement to rent space in the Facility. It is an agreement for MINING SYNDICATE to provide the Services to Customer, which include installing and hosting Your Equipment in the Facility. We retain the right to maintain and operate the Facility in any manner that will best enable us to operate our business. While Customers are not allowed general access to the Facility, MINING SYNDICATE may agree, at its discretion, to give a tour of the Facility to Customers upon request.

4. Customer Information.
When you complete the Order Form, you are required to provide us with information about you, including your name, physical address, billing address, email address, and phone number (“Customer Information”). We will rely on this Customer Information. It is your obligation to provide us with correct Customer Information and to ensure we always have the correct, up-to-date information. The individual or entity you designate as the customer in the Order Form is the owner of your account. If we receive knowledge that there is a dispute regarding ownership of an account to which you are associated, we may lock the account and terminate this agreement.

5. Responsibility for Mining Decisions.
You are undertaking cryptocurrency mining for your benefit and at your own risk. Customer is solely responsible for making all significant choices related to cryptocurrency mining, including the type and number of cryptocurrency miners to purchase, which cryptocurrencies to mine, whether to use one or more mining pools and, if so, which ones to use, when and to whom to sell any cryptocurrency, the sale of Customer miners, and whether or not to convert any mined cryptocurrency to another cryptocurrency or to fiat currency, and how to complete such conversion. If Customer is not happy with the options MINING SYNDICATE offers to you, you should terminate this Agreement pursuant to Section 19 (Term and Termination).

6. Monitoring Performance of Your Equipment.
After MINING SYNDICATE connects each miner in Your Equipment to the mining pool. MINING SYNDICATE will monitor the performance of Your Equipment to the extent we are able to do so. However, we will never have access to your mining pool accounts and, consequently, we will have access to less data than you regarding the mining pool performance of Your Equipment. For this reason, Customer will always be primarily responsible for ensuring Your Equipment is performing to its specifications, including at the speed and power you expect.

7. Repairs, Maintenance, and Changes.
Support Requests.
If you identify any of Your Equipment that is not performing to its specifications, you must submit a support request via email only to howdy@miningsyndiate.com.
Repairs and Maintenance.
Routine maintenance services, such as replacing a fan in a miner or occasionally rebooting a miner, are included as part of the Base Fees. Non-routine maintenance and repair services, such as replacing the controller board on a miner, are not included in the Base Fees. MINING SYNDICATE reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to determine if a certain type of repair or maintenance is routine and included in the Base Fees or if it is not. If repair or maintenance services are required for Your Equipment that is outside the scope of the routine services paid for through the Base Fees, Customer is responsible for communicating to MINING SYNDICATE their decision regarding repairing or maintaining Your Equipment in such context. MINING SYNDICATE’s hourly labor rate for non-routine maintenance and repair services is $75.00 per hour. If we know any such repairs or maintenance work will void an existing warranty on Your Equipment, we will endeavour to inform you of that, although MINING SYNDICATE bears no responsibility for ensuring its work or that of third parties is in compliance with any warranty that applies to Your Equipment. Customer is always responsible for the cost of replacement parts.

8. Other Customer Responsibilities.
-Equipment Compatibility.
It is Customer’s responsibility to ensure that Customer’s Equipment is compatible with the MINING SYNDICATE’s Customer’s, Facility, and network without further assistance from us.
-Mined Cryptocurrency.
MINING SYNDICATE does not have the ability to access any cryptocurrency mined by Customer’s Equipment. Customer is solely responsible for providing Customer’s digital currency wallet address directly to the mining pools in which Customer participates.
-Compliance with Laws.
Customer must comply with all laws, regulations, and ordinances that apply to Customer’s cryptocurrency mining activities.
-Taxes and Finances.
Customer is responsible for all tax, accounting, and financial obligations that result from your cryptocurrency mining activities.
-Communication.
Customer is solely responsible for providing to us any information we require to provide the Services,
-Account Credentials.
Customer must safeguard their MINING SYNDICATE account credentials. If Customer believes Customer’s MINING SYNDICATE account credentials were compromised, let us know immediately.

9. Restricted Activities.
You may not use Your Equipment or the Services to conduct any business or activity or solicit the performance of any activity for any illegal, fraudulent, unauthorized, or improper purposes. You may not engage in activity that may be reasonably interpreted to be malicious or harmful. You must comply with all applicable constitutions, laws, ordinances, principles of common law, codes, regulations, statutes or treaties and all applicable orders, rulings, instructions, requirements, directives or requests of any courts, regulators or other governmental authorities in connection with Your Equipment and your use of the Services.

You will not attempt to:
(a) access the Facility or the Services without consent from MINING SYNDICATE,
(b) access Your Equipment without notice to MINING SYNDICATE, or
(c) interfere in any manner with the provision of the Services or otherwise abuse the Services or MINING SYNDICATE’s software.

We reserve the right to prohibit uses that are not set out above if we have a reasonable belief that they will damage MINING SYNDICATE, interfere with our ability to provide the Services, or interfere with the rights or expectations of other MINING SYNDICATE customers.

10. Customer’s Representations and Warranties.
Customer makes the following representations, warranties, and agreements in favor of MINING SYNDICATE as of the date you first accept this Agreement and each date that you submit an Order Form to MINING SYNDICATE:

Customer has the power, authority, and legal right to enter into this Agreement and perform your obligations under this Agreement;

This Agreement constitutes the valid and legally binding obligation of Customer enforceable against you in accordance with its terms.

Customer is a sophisticated investor and is able to bear the economic risk associated with cryptocurrency mining. Your overall commitment to investments in cryptocurrency mining, including Your Equipment, is not disproportionate to your net worth.

Customer acknowledges receipt and careful review of the Agreement, and has been furnished with all information regarding the Services that Customer requested or desires to know;

Customer has been advised that they have the right to seek their own legal counsel to review this Agreement prior to executing the Agreement.

Customer acknowledges that cryptocurrency mining, holding, and transacting may involve tax consequences and legal implications and that MINING SYNDICATE has proffered no tax or legal advice to Customer. You must retain your own professional advisors to evaluate the tax and other legal implications of cryptocurrency mining, holding, and transacting;

Customer acknowledges there may be theoretical or practical competition between MINING SYNDICATE and Customer in respect of cryptocurrency mining. Customer hereby waives all potential and existing conflicts of interest that MINING SYNDICATE may have in providing the Services to Customer or otherwise;

Customer has the knowledge and experience to use the Services effectively and take full responsibility for all outcomes and implications of Customer’s cryptocurrency mining activities; and

Customer understands that no data transmission over the internet is guaranteed to be secure. MINING SYNDICATE is not responsible for the security of information transmitted over the internet. The security of our network is maintained according to generally accepted industry standards.

11. MINING SYNDICATE’s Representations and Warranties.
Our Representations and Warranties.
We represent and warrant to Customer as of the date you accept this Agreement that we have the power, authority, and legal right to enter into this Agreement; and perform our obligations hereunder this Agreement.

GENERAL DISCLAIMERS.
Other than the foregoing sentence, MINING SYNDICATE makes no representations or warranties to customer, and any implied warranties are expressly disclaimed. THE SERVICES ARE PROVIDED “AS-IS, WHERE-IS” AND “WITH ALL FAULTS” AND CUSTOMER ACCEPTS THE SERVICES AT YOUR OWN RISK. In particular, MINING SYNDICATE makes no warranties whatsoever about GENERAL information WE PROVIDE ON OUR WEBSITE OR OTHERWISE. WE DO NOT MAKE AND HEREBY DISCLAIM, ALL OTHER EXPRESSED AND/OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, NON-INFRINGEMENT, TITLE, AND ANY WARRANTIES ARISING FROM A COURSE OF DEALING, USAGE, OR TRADE PRACTICE. WITHOUT LIMITING THE GENERALITY OF THE FOREGOING, WE DO NOT WARRANT THAT THE SERVICES WILL MEET ANY OR ALL OF YOUR EXPECTATIONS OR THAT THE SERVICES WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED,
ERROR-FREE, OR COMPLETELY SECURE. NO EMPLOYEE OR AGENT IS AUTHORIZED TO MAKE ANY WARRANTY ON OUR BEHALF.

MALWARE DISCLAIMER.
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY PROVISION HEREIN TO THE CONTRARY, WHILE MINING SYNDICATE USES COMMERCIALLY REASONABLE PRACTICES TO IDENTIFY, SCREEN, AND PREVENT THE INTRODUCTION OF, AND WILL NEVER KNOWINGLY INTRODUCE ANY, VIRUSES, TROJAN HORSES, WORMS, SPYWARE, BACK DOORS, EMAIL BOMBS, MALICIOUS CODE, OR SIMILAR ITEMS (COLLECTIVELY, “MALWARE”) INTO OR THROUGH YOUR EQUIPMENT, MINING SYNDICATE MAKES NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY THAT MALWARE WILL NOT INFECT OR AFFECT YOUR EQUIPMENT AND MINING SYNDICATE HAS NO LIABILITY IN RESPECT OF ANY MALWARE, INCLUDING LIABILITY BASED UPON A CLAIM OF NEGLIGENCE, STRICT LIABILITY, OR OTHER FAULT BUT EXCLUDING MINING SYNDICATE’S GROSS NEGLIGENCE OR INTENTIONAL MISCONDUCT.

12. No Transfer of Intellectual Property Rights.
This Agreement does not transfer to Customer any ownership, interest, or proprietary rights in any software, technology, work, processes, or other property or rights of MINING SYNDICATE (or any part thereof), and all right, title, and interest in and to the foregoing will remain solely with MINING SYNDICATE.

13. Service Levels.
Power Availability
Subject to Section 13(b), power will be available to Your Equipment 97% of the time (“Availability Target”). If MINING SYNDICATE does not meet this power availability requirement for any month, MINING SYNDICATE will provide Customer a discount on the Base Fees you owe for the following month. Such discount will be the percentage obtained by subtracting the actual power availability from the Availability Target. For example, if power is available to Your Equipment for 95.8% of the time in a given month, Customer is entitled to a 2% discount to its Base Fees for the following month (97% – 95.8% = 2.1%).

Exceptions to Power Availability.
The Availability Target is reduced by any of the following: (i) scheduled routine maintenance, (ii) planned, periodic relocations of Your Equipment, (iii) an event covered by Section 28 (Force Majeure), (iv) an event we reasonably deem to be an emergency, (v) an issue with any software, data, hardware, or network outside MINING SYNDICATE’s direct control, (vi) outages or disruptions caused by a third party outside MINING SYNDICATE’s direct control, and (vii) any suspensions due to your late payment. We will not arbitrarily or capriciously relocate Your Equipment.

However, we may relocate Your Equipment as necessary to accommodate changing operational needs in the Facility and such relocation will result in a reduction to the Availability Target under Section 13(b)(ii).

Environmental Temperature.
MINING SYNDICATE will use commercially reasonable efforts to ensure that the supply inlet air temperature and the relative humidity in the Facility meet the operating specifications provided by the manufacturer(s) of Your Equipment.

Emergency.
In an emergency, the Facility will take precedence over Your Equipment. MINING SYNDICATE may remove or rearrange Your Equipment during an emergency without any liability to Customer or any individual or entity associated with Customer.
Customer hereby acknowledges this waiver of liability in the event of Emergencies.

Facility and Equipment Security.
MINING SYNDICATE uses commercially reasonable efforts to ensure that access to the Facility and Your Equipment will be monitored and restricted at all times. If we determine that Your Equipment endangers the security of our network, any of our other customers security and/or equipment, or third parties or the Facility, you are required to cooperate with us in a security review. If we determine that Your Equipment has in fact compromised the security of such items, you will be charged for any security remediation. Your ability to use the Services may be suspended during the security remediation period. We agree to provide you with written notice if we determine that there has been unauthorized access to aspects of the Facility or Your Equipment that are fully within our control. This notice will be provided to you as soon as reasonably possible; however, mitigation of the security of our network and the Facility shall take priority over notification.

Account and Information Security.
MINING SYNDICATE uses two-factor authentication and encryption to the degree we deem advisable, and we take seriously our obligation to safeguard your personally-identifiable information (“PII”). However, MINING SYNDICATE is not liable for any security breach that results in disclosure of your PII to third parties unless due to MINING SYNDICATE’s gross negligence or intentional misconduct.

15. Fees and Taxes.
Recurring Fees. The billing cycle and cost for the Services is set out in each Order Form you submit to us and is based on the number of months you commit to purchase Services. You are responsible for all fees for the Services (“Base Fees”).

Promotional Offers. From time to time MINING SYNDICATE may extend promotional offers with terms that modify our standard terms, including by reducing the Base Fees and non-recurring charges. If you terminate the Services with a special promotion, we will remove the discount or other benefit from the special promotion, which may result in additional fees, nonrecurring charges, and associated taxes.

Non-recurring Charges. We may require that you pay certain non-recurring charges, such as delivery expenses, customs and exportation fees, repair fees (to MINING SYNDICATE or third-party providers to which we send any damaged items of Your Equipment if you request us to repair such items), and changes to your account, including mining pools of excess of the number of changes per month allowed pursuant to Section 7(c) (Account Changes). Payment of any outstanding non-recurring charges is a condition precedent to our obligation to provide the Services to you.

Taxes. You are responsible for all taxes assessed by local, state/provincial, and/or federal, authorities regardless of your physical location.

No Refunds. Base Fees, non-recurring charges, and associated taxes are not refundable in whole or in part, nor are they subject to any satisfaction or performance guarantees.

16. Security Interest.
You grant to MINING SYNDICATE a security interest in your right, title, and interest, now existing and hereinafter arising, in all of Your Equipment and any other rights to payment arising out of this Agreement.

17. Payments.
Flat Fee Payments: For customers who have selected flat fee billing on the order form, Base Fees and associated taxes (if there are any) are invoiced monthly in advance prior to the first day of the next billing cycle and due 7 calendar days after issuance. If the amount is not paid within 7 days your account will be marked, delinquent. The billing cycle begins on the day Your Equipment is set up and connected in MINING SYNDICATE’s facility. The billing cycle is 30 days or 720 hours in duration. Upon initiation, MINING SYNDICATE collected the first and last month's payment upfront prior to deploying any equipment. The first month collected is applied to the first-month charge associated with the customer account. The last month is held as security until the last month's payment for the contract comes due after which the payment is applied to the customer’s account.
Non-Recurring Charges: Non-recurring charges and associated taxes will generally be billed in advance and must be paid in full before MINING SYNDICATE performs any work or services in respect thereof. If MINING SYNDICATE invoices Customer for any non-recurring charges after performing the associated work or services, Customer must pay the related invoices within 15 days of receipt.
Late Payments. If you do not make any payment due hereunder within 48 hours of the issuance of the invoice, your account will be considered delinquent, and we may suspend the Services at any time. You are responsible charges we incur because of your delinquency, including collection charges and attorneys’ fees. Delinquent payments are subject to default fees equal to the lesser of 1.5% per month and the maximum amount allowed by law.
Merchant Fees. Any payment due hereunder that is made by credit card will be subject to a 3% processing fee. Any payment submitted via the Bitpay payment system will be subject to a 1% processing fee that is included in the invoice and paid directly to Bitpay. All incoming bank wires or cashier’s checks are accepted with no processing or merchant fees.

18. Default in Payments.
Suspending the Services. If you fail to pay Base Fees, any non-recurring charges, or applicable taxes when due, MINING SYNDICATE may immediately suspend the Services.
Acceleration of Balance Owed Under this Agreement. It is understood and agreed that on default in the payments, or any part thereof, when due, 48 hours after the payment is due, MINING SYNDICATE, at its’ election, may accelerate the total amount owed under the contract and declare the same payable at once without notice or demand, which is hereby waived, on any parties to this Agreement. You acknowledge that such Acceleration of the balance owed under the contract is not a penalty but is in the nature of liquidated damages.
Customer’s Equipment Upon Default. 30 days after default in payment, Customer’s equipment will become the property of MINING SYNDICATE. Any Cryptocurrency remaining on Customer’s Cryptocurrency mining equipment 30 days after Customer defaults on payment becomes the property of MINING SYNDICATE automatically. Retention of said Equipment 30 days after Customer defaults on payment is not used to offset moneys owed by Customer to MINING SYNDICATE. You acknowledge that retention of said equipment owed under the contract is not a penalty but is in the nature of liquidated damages.
Attorneys’ Fees. Legal costs associated with indemnification will be billed to you, and you will remain responsible for all such legal costs, and any costs associated with collection.

19. Term and Termination.
This Agreement begins on the date all of the following are completed:
(i)Customer signs this Agreement,
(ii)Customer submits their first Order Form to MINING SYNDICATE
(iii)MINING SYNDICATE receives miners Customer sends to us,
(iv)MINING SYNDICATE sets up and connects Customer Equipment,
(v)Customer pays all upfront fees required by MINING SYNDICATE. The initial term of this Agreement is the contractual time period you select in such Order Form. Upon expiration of the such time period, this Agreement will automatically renew

Mutual Right to Terminate for Convenience. Either MINING SYNDICATE or Customer may terminate this Agreement and all or any portion of the Services by providing written notice to the other party at least 15 days prior to the expiration of the term covered by an Order Form or, if Customer is receiving the Services on a month-to-month basis, the end of the current month.
Mutual Right to Terminate for Material Breach. Either party may terminate this Agreement if the other party materially breaches this Agreement.
MINING SYNDICATE’s Right to Terminate for Good Cause. “Good Cause” exists if:
(i) the Services become cost-prohibitive,
(ii) you engage or threaten to engage legal counsel who contacts MINING SYNDICATE or our legal counsel regarding a dispute between you and MINING SYNDICATE, or
(iii) in MINING SYNDICATE’s good faith determination, Customer repeatedly places unreasonable demands on MINING SYNDICATE or consumes a significantly disproportional amount of the time and efforts of the MINING SYNDICATE Parties relative to the volume of the Services purchased by Customer.
Effect of Termination. Upon termination of the Agreement for whatever reason, we may immediately stop providing the services. We will ship Your Equipment back to you based on the instructions you provide to us. You are responsible for paying the shipping and delivery costs (or providing prepaid shipping labels to us) and any disconnect or de-installation costs prior to us shipping Your Equipment back to you. Until you make any payments of non-recurring charges or outstanding Base Fees, MINING SYNDICATE will retain all of Your Equipment.

20. Insurance.
Your Equipment will be insured pursuant to MINING SYNDICATE’s equipment insurance policy. Customer will not be a named insured under such policy. While MINING SYNDICATE carries such insurance coverage for the protection of Customer and MINING SYNDICATE’s customers and intends such coverage to respond to foreseeable property and damage risks to Your Equipment, MINING SYNDICATE makes no representations or warranties regarding the adequacy of our insurance coverage, including the amount and scope of such coverage, the terms and conditions that apply thereto, and the solvency and reputation of the underwriters. Customer may request a copy of MINING SYNDICATE’s insurance policy in writing and must do so if Customer has any concerns about such coverage. Otherwise, MINING SYNDICATE encourages Customer to obtain their own property and casualty insurance coverage as primary or supplemental to MINING SYNDICATE’s insurance coverage.

21. LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY.
NO CONSEQUENTIAL-TYPE DAMAGES. MINING SYNDICATE AND OUR LICENSORS, AGENTS, EMPLOYEES, OFFICERS AND/OR THIRD-PARTY VENDORS (“MINING SYNDICATE PARTIES”) ARE NOT LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, PUNITIVE, OR ENHANCED DAMAGES WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING DAMAGES FOR LOST PROFITS, COST SAVINGS, REVENUE, BUSINESS, DATA OR USE, OR ANY OTHER PECUNIARY LOSS BY YOU OR ANY OTHER THIRD PARTY ARISING OUT OF, OR RELATING TO, OR IN CONNECTION WITH THIS AGREEMENT AND THE SERVICES, REGARDLESS OF (I) WHETHER SUCH DAMAGES WERE FORESEEABLE, (II) WHETHER OR NOT WE WERE ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES, (III) THE LEGAL OR EQUITABLE THEORY (CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE) UPON WHICH THE CLAIM IS BASED, AND (IV) THE FAILURE OF ANY AGREED OR OTHER REMEDY OF ITS ESSENTIAL PURPOSE.

ABSOLUTE LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. IN NO EVENT WILL THE AGGREGATE LIABILITY OF THE MINING SYNDICATE PARTIES ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO THIS AGREEMENT AND THE SERVICES, WHETHER ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO BREACH OF CONTRACT, TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE, GROSS NEGLIGENCE OR WILLFUL MISCONDUCT) OR OTHERWISE, EXCEED THE AGGREGATE AMOUNTS PAID TO MINING SYNDICATE FOR THE SERVICES DURING THE PREVIOUS MONTH OR $500, WHICHEVER IS LESS. SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES; YOU AGREE THAT IN THOSE JURISDICTIONS OUR LIABILITY WILL BE LIMITED TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW.

22. Indemnity.
Indemnification by Customer. Customer shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless each MINING SYNDICATE Party from and against all claims, damages, losses, liabilities, suits, actions, demands, settlements, penalties, proceedings (whether legal or administrative), and any other expenses (including reasonable attorneys’ fees) (each, a “Claim” or collectively, the “Claims”) threatened, asserted, or filed by a third party against any of the indemnified parties arising out of, or relating to:
(i) Customer’s use of the Services unless the Claim is one for which MINING SYNDICATE owes you indemnity pursuant to Section 22(b),
(ii) any violation by Customer of any MINING SYNDICATE policy,
(iii) any breach of Customer’s representations, warranties, or covenants contained in this Agreement, and
(iv) any acts or omissions by you. You may not enter into any settlement without MINING SYNDICATE’s prior written consent.

Indemnification by MINING SYNDICATE. MINING SYNDICATE shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless Customer harmless from and against all Claims threatened, asserted, or filed by a third party against Customer arising out of, or relating to a breach by MINING SYNDICATE of our representations, warranties, or covenants contained in this Agreement.

23. Monitoring of Communications and Disclosure.
We may disclose information, including information that you may consider confidential, to comply with a court order, subpoena, summons, discovery request, warrant, regulation, or governmental request. We assume no obligation to inform you that information has been so provided, and in some cases may be prohibited by law from giving such notice. We may also disclose such information when it is necessary for us to protect our business, or others, from harm.

24. Governing Law.
This Agreement, including all exhibits and schedules, attachments and appendices attached to the Agreement and thereto, and all matters arising out of or relating to this Agreement, are governed by, and construed in accordance with, the laws of the state of Texas, without regard to its conflict of law provisions.

25. Disputes.
Any disputes or claims arising from or related to these Terms and Conditions or the sales transactions between MINING SYNDICATE and the Customer shall be governed by the laws of TEXAS.

26. Nature of Relationship.
The rights and obligations of MINING SYNDICATE and Customer set out in this Agreement are undertaken as independent contractors. Neither of the parties has the right to create any obligation on behalf of the other except if Customer instructs MINING SYNDICATE to take action on Customer’s behalf to maintain, repair, or replace any of Your Equipment. This Agreement does not create any agency, partnership, joint venture, or franchise relationship.

27. Notices.
Notices sent to either party shall be effective when delivered in writing (“Notice”) in person or transmitted by fax (with confirmation of receipt), one day after being sent by overnight courier, or three days after being sent by first-class mail postage

28. Force Majeure.
Except for your obligation to pay any amount due hereunder, which is absolute and unconditional, neither party is liable to the other for any delay or failure in performance due to events outside the defaulting party’s reasonable control, including acts of God, earthquake, labor disputes, shortages of supplies, riots, war, fire, epidemics, failures of telecommunication carriers, delays of common carriers, or other circumstances beyond its reasonable control. The obligations and rights of the excused party will automatically be extended on a day-to-day basis for the time of the excusable delay.

29. Severability.
If any term of this Agreement is deemed unenforceable in any jurisdiction, such unenforceability does not affect any other term of this Agreement or render unenforceable such term in any other jurisdiction.

30. Waiver.
No waiver by a party of any breach of this Agreement is a waiver of any subsequent breach. The failure of any party at any time to require performance of the other party’s obligations hereunder does not affect the right to later enforce this Agreement.

31. Entire Agreement / Amendment.
This Agreement incorporates by reference and includes each Order Form you submit to us via our website or via an email to MINING SYNDICATE and the MINING SYNDICATE Privacy Policy, the most recent version of which is available at www.miningsyndicate.com

32. Attorneys’ Fees.
The prevailing party in any Related Action shall be entitled to recover that party's costs of suit, including reasonable attorneys' fees.

32. Mutually Drafted.
The parties stipulate and agree that this Agreement and the language used in this Agreement are the product of both Parties’ efforts in consultation with their attorneys and each Party hereto hereby irrevocably waives the benefit of any rule of contract construction which disfavors the drafter of an Agreement.

33. Advice of Counsel / Interpretation.
The parties represent they have each had the opportunity to seek the advice of counsel in reviewing this Agreement.

34. Further Actions.
Each party agrees to provide such further information about themselves as may be required to further the purposes herein and execute such other documents as may be advisable to implement and perfect the transactions contemplated by this Agreement or to comply with any applicable law or regulatory disclosure.

35. Construction.
This Agreement shall be construed as a whole and in favor of the validity and enforceability of each of its provisions, so as to carry out the intent of the parties as expressed herein. Headings are for the convenience of reference, and the meaning and interpretation of the text of any provision shall take precedence over its heading.

36. Remedies Cumulative.
Remedies hereunder are cumulative and do not exclude any other remedies to which a party is lawfully entitled.

37. Parties in Interest.
Nothing in this Agreement confers any right or remedy under this Agreement or discharges the obligation or liability of any person or entity other than MINING SYNDICATE and Customer and their permitted successors and assigns.

38. Assignability.
Customer may not assign this Agreement or Customer’s duties, obligations, and rights of to any other person or entity except upon our prior written consent, which consent we may withhold in our sole discretion. MINING SYNDICATE may freely assign this Agreement.

39. Signature Pages.
This Agreement may be executed with any number of duplicate signature pages.
Signature pages may be signed and exchanged electronically by ticking the I agree to the hosting agreement box.

PROVISION OF SERVICES

The Customer commits to a TWELVE (12)-month equipment hosting plan, paid monthly, which includes electricity limited

The Customer shall have access to the mining pool for purposes of management of wallets, tracking total miners online, hash rates, and estimated and paid coin earnings per day.

HARDWARE

For purposes of this Agreement, the hardware being hosted by MINING SYNDICATE shall consist of their specified miner.

PAYMENT, TERMS, FEES, MAINTENANCE AND TAXES

Payment for the first and last month’s hosting shall be due upfront upon completing the installation of the Customer’s Machines. Subsequent payments shall be due on a recurring basis on or before the first day of every month (the “Due Date”).

Machines hosted with MINING SYNDICATE are for a 12-month commitment.

MINING SYNDICATES start-up fee per piece of hardware is fifty dollars ($50) per machine.

The Customer is encouraged to provide their power adapters/cables to support the hosting of their hardware. However, at the Customer’s request, MINING SYNDICATE can provide and charge $15 for each power adapter/cable supplied for each machine hosted with MINING SYNDICATE.

Mining Farm Hosting

Hosting across the USA

A Place For Every Miner

Our electricity fees are variable. There is no additional hosting charges other than a $50 one time setup fee. We are committed to taking the same care for your miners that we take of ours. Each facility we host at meets stringent criteria to ensure the best experience possible.

Peace of Mind
Remote Monitoring

At any given time you can see how cool or hot your machines are running, how well they are hashing, and more. As my dad would say, "Pretty neat."

Hosting FAQs

We use software called Awesome Miner to provide you remote access to your miner. We'll provide you a login and password and point your miner to the pool of your choice. We like Slushpool, but the choice is yours!

12 months, paid at the beginning of each month via credit or debit card. You can see a template of the contract here.

We'll continue hosting you, month to month, or we'll ship your miner back to you.

Unfortunately not. Why?

What's mined is yours.

In other words, this gets really messy, and we don't want to mess with your wallet or crypto. That's sacred.

If hosted with us, it doesn't matter! If hosted at home, put in your home address!

All miners stop by our warehouse first, regardless of whether they're ending up at your house or to be hosted with us. If you reserved a hosting spot, we'll hang onto it and plug it up when it arrives.

Of course! Book an appointment here.

If it's a simple fan or power supply (PSU), we'll fix it for a nominal fee. We do ask that you keep both a fan and PSU with us in case this happens to eliminate unnecessary downtime.

If it's a more complicated repair or the miner is still under warranty, you'll need to file a claim with the manufacturer and we'll mail it wherever it needs to go.

None! We don't mess with your crypto or your wallet. That's a sin.

We do two things really well:

1. We sell miners at amazing prices with no minimum order quantities. You can even pay with a credit card!
2. We host miners at our facility in Dallas.


Do you have a miner already? Ship it to us to host!
Do you need a miner but want to host it yourself? Buy it from us and we'll ship it to you!
Do you need a miner AND a place to host it? We'll do both! Simple, right?

Reserve a hosting spot by paying a $20 refundable fee here. We'll then get in touch with next steps.

For sure! Check it out here.

We have a 2.5MW facility, which holds about 650 S19s. We are selling out fast, but still have February openings left for Phase 4 at a new facility.

You can't know for sure, but we do! Please set up an appointment to chat with a member of our team here. We have very happy customers you're welcome to reach out to for references. Just ask! We aren't perfect, but we aren't scammers, either. Our facility is a real place and your hard-earned money goes to buying and hosting miners.

Phase 3 Hosting Reservation - January Deployment

Phase 4 Hosting Reservation - March/April Deployment

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Now accepting hosting reservations for Phase 4 of our facility, which is slated for deployment starting in mid March 2022 and ending mid April 2022. This reservation is fully refundable, and you must pay $20 for each miner slot you'd like to reserve.

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