Share Price Calculator

Share price estimate:

BTC-Price:

USD-Price:

Where to get the data used in the calculator (how to verify the above calculator or calculate share prices if it doesn’t load the right data automatically):

  • Bitcoin price (USD): Check sites like coingecko.com or coinmarketcap.com
  • Last 24h reward (BTC): Take the last “Total Earnings” entry from the profit details page of the public Infinity Hash mining pool at ViaBTC
  • Energy cost 24h (USD): Head to our public electricity wallet on tronscan and switch to the “Transfers” tab. Take the amount of the last incoming, daily USDT transaction
  • Total share number: Take it from the Infinity Hash dashboard, the blog or one of the landing pages

Direct price calculation refers to the calculation path that does not use yesterday’s price for smoothing or any other averaging technique. This is the price used in the calculator tool and is the easiest to verify.


1.) Calculate the direct share price in BTC (price_direct):

price_direct = rewards_24h × 1095 total_share_nr × 2

2.) Ensure that the selected price is not below the minimum sell price in BTC:

price_today_btc = max ( price_direct , min_sell_price bitcoin_price )

3.) The USD or USDT price at any given moment is:

price_today_usd = price_today_btc × bitcoin_price

Here is where to get the data used in the calculation (and an explanation of the static numbers):

  • rewards_24h: Go to our public reinvest wallet on tronscan and switch to the “Transfers” tab. Take the amount of the last incoming, daily USDT transaction. Since reinvest and profits are the same (both 50% of everything left after electricity costs), the reinvest is the same as the reward amount.
  • 1095: This is simply 3 times 365 days. 3 years is our standard (minimum) investment horizon for the project.
  • total_share_nr: The total number of Infinity Hash shares in circulation. Take it from the Infinity Hash dashboard, the blog or one of the landing pages.
  • bitcoin_price: Check sites like coingecko.com or coinmarketcap.com (use the USD price)
  • min_sell_price: The min sell price is $1.00 (USD). This is because at some point ASICS (our Bitcoin mining machines) won’t get any cheaper, even if the BTC price continues to fall due to R&D, employment and production costs. We have fixed the minimum sale price of 1 USD at around 32,000 USD per bitcoin to protect existing shareholders from a sudden crash in the bitcoin price, which could otherwise also lead to a crash in the share price, which would allow new investors to dilute the actual hashrate per share due to extremely low share prices and thus “steal” hashrate from existing investors.

The full share price calculation takes into account smoothing using yesterday’s price to prevent the share price from dropping too quickly in case of downtime or sudden Bitcoin price crashes. This is the same full calculation used for the actual sell price on the Infinity Hash dashboard, and only differs from the direct share price calculation above if the price falls relative to yesterday’s share price.


1.) Calculate the direct share price in BTC (price_direct):

price_direct = rewards_24h × 1095 total_share_nr × 2

2.) Calculate the smoothed share price in BTC (price_smooth):

price_smooth = price_yesterday × 29 + price_direct 30

3) Choose either the direct or the smoothed price, based on whether yesterday’s or the direct price is higher:

price_today_btc = { price_direct , if price_direct price_yesterday price_smooth , otherwise }

4.) Ensure the selected price is not below the minimum sell price in BTC:

price_today_btc = max ( price_today_btc , min_sell_price bitcoin_price )

5.) The USD or USDT price at any given moment is:

price_today_usd = price_today_btc × bitcoin_price

Here is where to get the data used in the calculation (and an explanation of the static numbers):

  • rewards_24h: Go to our public reinvest wallet on tronscan and switch to the “Transfers” tab. Take the amount of the last incoming, daily USDT transaction. Since reinvest and profits are the same (both 50% of everything left after electricity costs), the reinvest is the same as the reward amount.
  • 1095: This is simply 3 times 365 days. 3 years is our standard (minimum) investment horizon for the project.
  • total_share_nr: The total number of Infinity Hash shares in circulation. Take it from the Infinity Hash dashboard, the blog or one of the landing pages.
  • bitcoin_price: Check sites like coingecko.com or coinmarketcap.com (use the USD price)
  • price_yesterday: Yesterday’s share price (in Bitcoin!). You can currently view it on the share price chart on the main dashboard page.
  • 29 and 30: We wanted to create a 30-day MA-like effect. For temporary downtime and other minor problems, the share price shouldn’t move too much because it’s expected. If the project takes too long to recover from operational challenges, the share price should reflect that. The same goes for a long-term falling Bitcoin prices.
  • min_sell_price: The min sell price is $1.00 (USD). This is because at some point ASICS (our Bitcoin mining machines) won’t get any cheaper, even if the BTC price continues to fall due to R&D, employment and production costs. We have fixed the minimum sale price of 1 USD at around 32,000 USD per bitcoin to protect existing shareholders from a sudden crash in the bitcoin price, which could otherwise also lead to a crash in the share price, which would allow new investors to dilute the actual hashrate per share due to extremely low share prices and thus “steal” hashrate from existing investors.

Why the artificial smoothing of falling share prices?

On the one hand we added the smoothing described in 2.) and 3.) to the price model to ensure that 1 or 2 days of downtime due to power outages or other temporary problems wouldn’t completely crash the share price, and on the other hand we wanted to mimic the cost of actual new mining machines, which barely lag Bitcoin’s price by a few minutes when Bitcoin is going up, and then take a week or more to come back down after Bitcoin itself has gone down.

In order to keep the price calculation of newly sold shares fair for new and existing shareholders, we had to take these two points into account while keeping the calculation transparent and predictable. This way we can stay true to the price movements of traditional Bitcoin colocation mining and be truly open and transparent at the same time.

Shares sold on the Community Marketplace will not be affected by how the price of new shares sold is calculated and will be entirely determined by the parties using the Community Marketplace for trading or liquidity purposes.