The Chinese are taking the Bitcoin launch very seriously and data storage centers are being built in many locations.
The latest has been constructed in the North of China.
This site contains four large warehouses, each decked out in the standard white wall/blue roof décor that seems to be the running standard for Chinese industrial use.
Each warehouse measures about 150 meters in length, by perhaps 20 meters wide… that’s around 3,000 square meters (32,000 ft2)
In addition to the four standing warehouses, there is a steel frame that has already been erected and is awaiting completion.
Two additional plots are measured out and marked with posts and ropes. That’s four completed warehouses, two under construction, and two more waiting to begin construction.
Each warehouse takes fifteen days to construct, and an additional ten days to fill up with hardware and get it all hashing away.
You have to see it to believe it. But you better believe the Chinese do nothing half way![VIEW PICS HERE](http://www.thecoinsman.com/2014/08/bitcoin/inside-one-worlds-largest-bitcoin-mines/)