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The High Performance Future of Money

The technology behind the high stakes world of cryptocurrency mining


With the recent acquisition of EdgeMode High Performance Computing, Fourth Wave Energy Inc. (OTCQB:FWAV) is jumping into the exciting world of cryptocurrency mining in a big way. With over 600MW of forecasted mining and compute capacity coming online soon, EdgeMode is a leading player in an industry that could see massive growth over the next few years.

A red hot market

The cryptocurrency market is currently valued at over $3 trillion dollars, and cryptocurrency mining is expected to grow at a CAGR of 16.1%, topping $1.6 billion by 2025.

The future of money

Experts agree that cryptocurrency isn’t going anywhere, and more use cases are created every day. Investors have also spoken, and the future for this digital gold looks bright.

A numbers game

Cryptocurrency mining is all about processing power and energy consumption. EdgeMode positions their mining operations where energy can be obtained at rates that make mining cost effective.

Seizing the opportunity

With the recent acquisition of EdgeMode, Fourth Wave Energy has made a very smart pivot into an industry that could see absolutely game changing growth over the next few years.


Fourth Wave Energy Takes on Bitcoin Mining

December 6, 2021: Fourth Wave Energy, Inc. (OTCQB:FWAV) has announced the acquisition of cryptocurrency mining and high performance computing firm EdgeMode, in a reverse triangular merger.

EdgeMode has over 600MW of forecasted mining and compute capacity coming online by January 2022, making it one of the largest players in this high stakes game that some have compared to literally printing money. 

With their acquisition, Fourth Wave is pivoting from solar energy to the booming cryptocurrency market, a move that we think will pay off big.

Wealth Goes Digital

Cryptocurrency, especially Bitcoin, has often been compared to digital gold. And like gold, there are big profits to be made to those with the equipment and the expertise to mine it. 

The global cryptocurrency market is currently valued at over $3 trillion, and expected to continue upwards from here as rising inflation cuts into purchasing power and erodes trust in central bank currencies.

Cryptocurrency mining alone is expected to top $1.6 billion by 2025, and Fourth Wave and EdgeMode intend to be a big part of that growth.

High Powered Market

For those unfamiliar, cryptocurrencies like bitcoin are “mined” by specialized computers capable of solving the complex mathematical calculations required to keep the network running. Computer operators are rewarded for this work with new bitcoin, just as gold miners are rewarded with the gold they discover. 

These calculations require an immense amount of computing power, and that computing power requires an immense amount of electricity to do the work. This means that while the bitcoins generated by the mining process are valuable and expected to increase, the cost of generating them is a major limiting factor for any miner. 

As we’ve mentioned, EdgeMode is one of the leading players in this game, with a purchase order for 10 exahash of mining hardware that will come online in 2022 and 2023. Currently operating in New York and Illinois, they plan to expand to multiple US site locations in 2022 and 2023 to further take advantage of affordable power and friendly jurisdictions.

Mining the Markets

Being acquired by Fourth Wave puts EdgeMode on the public markets to raise additional capital from investors. 

“Going public is an important step in EdgeMode’s development plan and our timing couldn’t be higher given the elevated adoption and worth in cryptocurrency. Fourth Wave Power impressed us with their professionalism and the added worth of the capital increase that’s at present underway as a part of the merger” said Charlie Faulkner, present CEO of EdgeMode.

Current Fourth Wave CEO Joseph Isaacs added, “With the quick tempo and demand inside the crypto mining business, our apparent ambition is full uplisting to NASDAQ or equal change when circumstances allow. We intend to maneuver ahead with that purpose in thoughts.” 




A High Performance Investment

In addition to their mining operations, EdgeMode also successfully operates a high performance computing division that helps clients from government to academia and virtually every field of industry and commonly take advantage of the kind of computing power most people simply don’t have access to. 

They provide cost effective high performance computing for tasks like video transcoding, rendering, cloud hosting and data storage, among others. The same high powered, energy efficient and cost effective computers that make bitcoin mining possible also make short work of some of the most demanding computing tasks in the industry. 

This is an often overlooked side of EdgeMode’s business, but also one that we see real potential for as demand for these services continues to grow. 

Financial Services

Trading decisions can be made milliseconds faster than a competitor whose systems, leading to a competitive advantage.

Data Mining, Analytics, and Databases

High-performing CPUs are needed, as there is a lot of high-speed main memory to hold the massive amounts of data.

Scientific Research

Teams use the latest in CPU architectures and heterogeneous environments. Tweaking the system to perform at its maximum performance for a specific application.

Weather, Climate Modeling

HPC systems are used every day to simulate near-term weather events or long-range climate forecasts, using the power of accelerators to significantly improve modeling.


Large manufacturers use systems for multiple teams to share computer resources. Resulting in a more optimized product and a faster time to market.


Strategically located operations

EdgeMode’s U.S. based facilities are strategically chosen based on environmental, regulatory and geopolitical stability. Clean energy is important to the future of both cryptocurrency mining and high performance due to high energy consumption. EdgeMode’s history in clean energy gives them a huge advantage over less experienced competitors in this area.


Revenue that exceeds expectations

Since inception, EdgeMode has been revenue generating and highly profitable.

Long term partnerships, valuable supply in a constricted market and super-efficient operating model have been built to ensure scalable revenue growth and profitability.

An Experienced Team of Experts

The experienced and successful mining and high performance computing team at EdgeMode has worked together for over 10 years in other ventures and has experience in technology, data center infrastructure, blockchain and finance.

Combined with the leadership and capital infusion that comes with the Fourth Wave merger, we think the future looks very bright for their growing operation

Summary For Investors

With their acquisition of EdgeMode High Performance Computing, Fourth Wave Energy has jumped into the cryptocurrency mining market with both feet, pivoting away from solar energy.

The cryptocurrency market is valued at over $3 trillion, and every bitcoin transaction worldwide requires the services of miners like EdgeMode. Mining alone is expected to grow at a CAGR of 16.1% to over $1.6 billion by 2025.

With the fundraising abilities provided by a public company like Fourth Wave, and the industry leading expertise and mining capacity provided by EdgeMode, we are very optimistic about the future of this new combined venture. 

Smart investors looking to get into cryptocurrency mining and high performance computing though a publicly traded company would do well to consider a position in Fourth Wave Energy.


Fourth Wave trades under (OTCQB:FWAV).




Charlie Faulkner
Current CEO of EdgeMode

Charlie is an entrepreneur, tech executive and angel investor with extensive experience in Europe and Silicon Valley. He co-founded North Block Capital and led global business development for, growing revenue from $0-$100M. Charlie is an advisor to several tech startups and funds.

Simon Wajcenberg
Current President of EdgeMode

Simon is an experienced entrepreneur, with a solid track record. He co-founded North Block Capital and founded and TMN (market cap £100M+), which was listed on the LSE. Simon is on several boards, has vast experience in M&A and won an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award.

Megan Gatlin
Chief of Staff

Megan has 10+ years of experience founding and scaling international business operations across emerging technologies including digital and mobile advertising, cannabis and SaaS. Prior to EdgeMode, Megan was an executive at Humanity and

Alexander Lind

Alexander is a principal software engineer and team leader, with experience in distributed computing, devops and Bitcoin technology. He has managed teams of engineers, data scientists and UI designers to deliver cutting edge products. Alexander has co-founded several successful tech startups.

Tony Porcheron

Tony is an internationally experienced CFO, leading international conglomerates responsible for all regulatory, financial and administrative functions; including preparation for public listing. He held various managerial and directory roles and managed a multi-family office.

Geneva Loader
Interim CMO

Geneva holds 10+ years of growth marketing experience in top tier management consultancies, media agencies and publishers. She is a blockchain and cryptocurrency business advisor for several companies building brands and growth plans.


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