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A DigiByte Core in the most unusual places

As you know I get a kick out of putting #DigiByte Core wallets on anything I can find that has a useable chipset. Most of the mini-servers that I put out there are running some form of CentOS Linux. I usually provision these miniature task servers with a decent amount of memoryΒ  and plenty of file space.

These little workhorses are “fanless” but can tolerate quite a bit of heat.

This cute little iPBX to the left of my phone can run up to 8 office phones including robust IVR menus, voicemail to email integration, video conferencing, VastraMEDIA business to business calling, mobile extensions, and presence detection.

I put internet where internet does not belong

Here’s the deal. That same Mini-Linux server can run #DigiByte transactions. There’s more than enough room to add one of these mighty hash crunchers to my remote solar powered internet relay stations.

I will be going to one of my most remote relay stations next week. 45 minutes of four-wheel driving up into the great nowhere. This may happen sooner than we think.

One of many Internet Relay Stations near the Sonoma / Marin area

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