Posted November 29, 2018 06:15:47As part of their commitment to green technology, Steam Gems are expected to be using green technology for their mining operations.
Steam Gems’ parent company, Valve, said in a blog post that they will be using “green technology” for all of their green infrastructure operations by the end of 2019.
The blog post said that by then, Steam users should be able to “pick up gems” in their inventory and mine them.
That will be done by using an app called “Gem Miner,” which Valve said will be “the world’s largest cloud-based mining service.”
According to the blog post, the app will allow users to “mine gems by the pound, with a 100 percent efficiency.”
The company said that the company is currently working with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and U.K. authorities to develop an app that will make it easier for consumers to find and buy gems.
Steam users can also mine gems on their own using the app, as well as by visiting the Steam Gems website and clicking on the “Get Gems” button, where they can choose the type of gem they want to mine.
According to Steam Gems, its mining operations will include its own green-energy powered power plant, solar arrays and a “large, sustainable green power generation plant” that will generate approximately 1,000 megawatts of power, while “solar-powered electricity will provide enough power for approximately 15,000 homes in the Greater Phoenix area.”
Gems, which is part of the Valve-owned Greenlight platform, said that its “gems” will be mined on-site, by users, using “a highly automated, automated process” and that it expects to be fully operational in 2019.
“It’s about more than just getting the gems,” Gems CEO Mark Hetzel said in the post.
“It’s a commitment to be a community leader.”
“We’ve built the world’s first community mining service that is not just an online service, but an integrated mining platform.
We’re proud to be working with partners like the U, UK and the EPA to build this technology for the world,” Hetsel added.
Gems will provide the gems mined through the app with a variety of incentives, including the ability to “reward” users for their “satisfaction” with their purchase of gems.
For example, Gems will offer gems that they’ve mined for users who have “exceeded a threshold of gems in their Steam Wallet,” which can be achieved by “liking” or commenting on Gems posts.
In addition to being able to buy gems, users can receive other perks, including “gift certificates,” which are “tangible gifts” that are awarded to users who “honor their commitments” with gems they’ve “liked.”
Gem mining is not the only way Gems is using green energy for mining.
Steam said in August that it will also be using its own cloud mining service called Cloud Miner, which will allow it to use the “cloud” to mine “green energy-powered resources like solar panels and wind turbines.”
According the Steam website, Cloud Miner is “built on top of the popular Steam Green Energy Platform (SGEP) for easy, low-latency mining.”