Creating one of the largest blockchain technology companies in the world.


HashChain's Focus

Strategically focused on cryptocurrency mining:

A target of 26,500 MINING RIGS

Proof of Concept

  • 100 dash rigs deployed, 770 purchased with January 2018 delivery
Why HashChain?

Close alignment with Dash.

Dash – “Cryptocurrency of the Future”

  • Moving quickly towards mass adoption
  • Dash is removing “technoid” barriers
  • Will soon be “as simple to use as PayPal”

HashChain – Is Committed to Develop the Dash Community

  • HashChain Advisory Board member is Advisor to Dash
  • HashChain has a Dash Master Node license
What is Blockchain?

The Blockchain is a decentralized digital ledger which contains records of every historical coin transaction. When a transaction is broadcasted into the cryptocurrency network, miners use high-performance computers known as “rigs” to verify the transaction, group it with others into a transaction block, and work to solve the proof-of-work cryptographic puzzle that links the new block to the blockchain. 

Miners are responsible for verifying transactions on the blockchain, and are critical to the continuing functioning and security of the cryptocurrency network.  

Miners are rewarded with a fraction of the cryptocurrencies of the verified transaction.

How Cryptocurrency Mining Works?

Public and enterprise blockchains are secure by design and are the continuously growing ledger on which all decentralized cryptocurrency and applications are built.

Miners use high end computers to solve mathematical equations to verify transactions on the blockchain.

Mining computers collect hundreds of pending transactions also called a block and turn them into a mathematical puzzle. The miner who finds the solution first gets rewarded.

Our Data Centre

Cryptocurrency mining requires three things to operate at Optimal Efficiency:

  • Low cost of electricity ($.02 to $.04 per kWh)
  • Hi speed internet
  • Cool climate

HashChain has created proprietary software to monitor hardware 24/7 including: IP, temperature, hashrate, wattage, fans and memory

Data centre will have the flexibility to switch between cryptocurrencies to focus computing resources on most profitable cryptocoins, making it capable of mining numerous cryptocurrencies.

Vancouver Data Center - Live as of November 3, 2017

Leading-edge, comprehensive managed services with a focus on security, business continuity, disaster recovery, cloud and application hosting.

  • 24/7/365 Monitored Access
  • Backup Diesel Generator in Place
  • Environmental Control
  • Tier-1 Network Connections
  • Low cost of electricity ($.04USD per kWh)
The Future Of HashChain

Hashchain’s main focus will be to build out its mining capacity through its highly efficient data centres, with a goal of 40MW by 2019. Additionally, HashChain will pursue a number of strategic initiatives:

  • Using cash on hand and mining proceeds, the Company intends to aggressively expand its mining capacity and acquire additional rigs, growing to 40MW or approximately 26,500 cryptocurrency mining rigs by end of first quarter 2019
  • To achieve mining success that is tied to mining difficulty and hash rates, HashChain will focus on diversification and the mining of alternatives currencies
  • Develop an exclusive storefront for users to buy their cryptocurrency directly from HashChain
  • Develop software to optimize mining activity (maximizing yield related to quantity, and value of the currency mined)
  • Enhance HashChain’s proprietary ASICS & GPU Monitoring software to monitor all aspects of mining, maximizing efficiency
  • Develop its own mining pool to provide cost savings and brand recognition
  • Form strategic alliances that will lead to further improvements in efficiency, profitability and awareness
Management Team

The Hashchain team has decades of business, technical and financial expertise.

Overall returns to shareholders have been greater than 1,300 percent in the past 24 months. The team will utilize their experience in coordinating initial public offerings, raising capital, marketing/branding and general business strategy to execute the business plan. The team focuses on capitalizing companies within emerging markets with past experience in resources, healthcare, education and now blockchain/cryptocurrency technology. Investing and mining in cryptocurrency has been the passion of the team since the inception of Bitcoin.

Headquartered in Delmar, New York with a satellite office in Vancouver, Canada, the Hashchain team consists of industry experts specialized in blockchain technology and creating a return to its stakeholders.

Management & Directors
CEO & Director

Patrick Gray

Patrick Gray is the Chief Executive Officer and founder of HashChain and helps lead the overall strategic vision of the Company. Mr. Gray obtained a bachelor degree in computer science and a minor in business from Siena College in New York. The first start-up he was involved in was sold to Xerox for $220 million dollars.


Patrick has started multiple successful companies and raised millions of dollars from private investors. One of his start-ups sponsored a nationally televised race, the Indy 225 at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway, which was televised on NBC. He currently owns sCube Inc. a niche IT Service provider that focuses on E-Discovery, E-Licensing, Application Development and IOT. sCube has been awarded Best Places to Work by the Business Review. Mr. Gray has been recognized with two of his companies on his alma maters wall of success. He is also a recipient of the Business Reviews “40 under 40.”

Chief Technology Officer

Sean Ryan

Sean Ryan, co-founder and CTO of NODE40, LLC is bringing his expertise to HashChain. An industry leader in the development of blockchain infrastructure services and cryptocurrency accounting, Ryan has an unparalleled understanding of how blockchain transactions work. Under Ryan’s technical guidance, HashChain will scale its service offerings to meet the demand of this growing industry.

Chief Strategy Officer

Perry Woodin

Perry Woodin is currently on the Advisory Board of Dash, one of the top 5 Cryptocurrencies globally. His interest in blockchain technologies started with the financial incentives that digital currencies use to encourage network participation — from early Bitcoin mining to Dash incentivized full nodes. Perry founded NODE40 to service serious blockchain investors who want to participate in incentivized networks and track the financial health of their assets.


Perry comes to blockchain application development with over 20 years experience developing and managing web-based applications and services. Prior to NODE40, Perry worked as a consultant and was responsible for the development and management of customized metrics intensive business applications. His business experience includes running one of the first web-based applications that allowed high-end art galleries to manage their online presence. It was the goto data management application for many galleries in New York City for 12 years.

Chief Commercial Officer

George E. Kveton

George leads our operating strategy and corporate development as Chief Commercial Officer for Hashchain Technology. He is an international executive and lifelong dealmaker with a track record of generating top-line growth by executing acquisitions and transformations to a high standard, and seeding new profit steams.


George has spent over 20 years leading M&A for Fortune 500s. His multi-billion dollar deal sheet is global and spans start-ups in Silicon Valley, Israel and China, to large private and public companies. George has extensive experience engaging with Governments on fiscal and regulatory affairs, and is proficient in strategy development and its implementation in highly regulated industries. Most of his career has been spent in emerging markets and with disruptive technologies, requiring innovation and pragmatism to capture value.


George began his career in Prague, Czech Republic joining Arthur Andersen’s Tax & Business Advisory Team. In 1994, he relocated to Zurich, Switzerland where he became a core member of Philip Morris Companies’ internal audit group, focused on integration and establishment of appropriate internal control systems for newly acquired businesses across Europe and the Middle East.


He is a graduate of Queen’s University in Canada, and executive programs at UC Berkeley Haas School of Business and Harvard Business School. Canadian-born, George is based in Switzerland.

Board Chairman

Nitin Kaushal

Mr. Kaushal, age 52, serves as Managing Director, Corporate Finance at PwC Canada. He has over 30 years of finance and investment experience in the financial, life sciences, consumer healthcare and medical device industries. Over the course of his career, Mr. Kaushal has worked in senior roles with a number of Canadian investment banks, including Desjardins Securities Inc., Orion Securities Inc., Vengate Capital Partners Company, HSBC Securities Inc., Medwell Capital Corp. and Gordon Capital, and has held various roles within the private equity/venture capital industry.


In addition, he has sat on the boards of a number of public and private companies, including Patient Home Monitoring Corp., Convalo Health International, Delivra Inc., Global Gardens Group Inc., and Shelby Ventures. Mr. Kaushal holds a Bachelor of Science (Chemistry) degree from the University of Toronto and is a CPA-CA.


David A. Madore

David Madore is a cryptocurrency enthusiast who has over twenty years of executive experience specializing in program management. Currently he is part of the senior management at Accela Inc., the worlds largest cloud based provider of government licensing software. David oversees a large portion of delivery for the central region of the United States. This team’s revenue projections are $35 million a year.


Prior to this Mr. Madore worked as Vice President of Operations at Morkaut & Associates, an Architectural, Engineering and Construction Management firm. During his tenure David lead day to day operations and was personally responsible for more than $200 million in high- end commercial development. Early in David’s career he was a manager for Xerox Litigation Service where he lead large E-Discovery cases for many fortune 500 companies. In addition to holding degrees in Technology, Social and Physical Sciences he also has certifications in Six Sigma and Agile Scrum.


Aaron Bowden

Aaron Bowden specializes in taxation and currently manages all areas of domestic and international tax for a large Canadian public company with over 12,000 employees and $4 billion in sales. Prior to this Mr. Bowden worked at Deloitte advising clients on assurance and tax matters with a focus on the technology industry. In addition to being a Chartered Professional Accountant Aaron holds a Bachelor of Technology in Information Technology from Kwantlen Polytechnic University in Richmond B.C.

Advisory Board Members

Gary Bahre

Gary Bahre is an experienced entrepreneur who owned, operated and sold the New Hampshire Motor Speedway. He was also a majority owner of the Oxford Casino in Maine which sold to Churchill Downs. He is considered one of the most successful businessmen in the North East and was even listed on The Powerful: New Hampshire’s 10 most influential people.


Gary is a philanthropist who cares about the environment, politics and communal wellbeing. He takes a vigorous stance in social responsibility initiatives and is very active in charitable contributions worldwide.

Jack Saba

Jack Saba co-founded Day One Investments and Day One Consulting to aid international economic development by bringing the Blockchain to emerging markets. At Draper University, he worked with over 200 entrepreneurs from more than 50 countries as they navigated business development, leadership, and fundraising challenges.


Mr. Saba has hosted Blockchain events and hackathons, and has had numerous speaking engagements to spread awareness of the generational opportunity the Blockchain is providing for entrepreneurs, investors, and social impact initiatives.

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