Tether grants $610M debt financing to Northern Data

HomeCrypto Mining
Share this article
Subscribe for weekly updates
Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.
Photo Source: DrawKit Illustrations
The official announcement stated, “Today, Northern Data AG entered into a loan agreement with a company of the Tether Group, under which it secured a EUR 575 million debt financing facility. It will enable Northern Data Group to make further investments across its three business lines Taiga Cloud, Ardent Data Centers and Peak Mining.”

Stablecoin issuer Tether (USDT) has offered $610M worth of debt facility to Northern Data, a Bitcoin (BTC) mining firm.

As per the announcement, the $610M debt financing facility is "unsecured, at standard market conditions and has a term until 1 January 2030." Tether’s capital infusion will allow Northern Data to acquire liquid-cooling mining hardware for Peak Mining, its Bitcoin mining unit. 



Get Our Free Newsletter

Subscribe to our newsletter to get tips, our favorite services, and the best deals on Bitcompare-approved picks sent to your inbox


Northern Data will use the loan facility to expand the number of data centers owned by its subsidiary Ardent Data Centers throughout Europe. The firm also intends to invest a portion of this sum to improve the generative AI cloud services of its Taiga Cloud business unit.

Earlier in September, Tether acquired a stake in Northern Data to leverage the AI, data storage, and peer-to-peer communication solutions developed by the German firm. Although Tether refused to disclose the invested sum, the issuer of USDT confirmed that the amount was separate from its reserves.

Written by
Author's profile picture

Ayush Pande

Ayush Pande is a hardware, gaming, and crypto writer based in India. He's a tech enthusiast who's fascinated by the potential of blockchain technology.

Connect with Ayush on LinkedIn
The official announcement stated, “Today, Northern Data AG entered into a loan agreement with a company of the Tether Group, under which it secured a EUR 575 million debt financing facility. It will enable Northern Data Group to make further investments across its three business lines Taiga Cloud, Ardent Data Centers and Peak Mining.”

Stablecoin issuer Tether (USDT) has offered $610M worth of debt facility to Northern Data, a Bitcoin (BTC) mining firm.

As per the announcement, the $610M debt financing facility is "unsecured, at standard market conditions and has a term until 1 January 2030." Tether’s capital infusion will allow Northern Data to acquire liquid-cooling mining hardware for Peak Mining, its Bitcoin mining unit. 



Get Our Free Newsletter

Subscribe to our newsletter to get tips, our favorite services, and the best deals on Bitcompare-approved picks sent to your inbox


Northern Data will use the loan facility to expand the number of data centers owned by its subsidiary Ardent Data Centers throughout Europe. The firm also intends to invest a portion of this sum to improve the generative AI cloud services of its Taiga Cloud business unit.

Earlier in September, Tether acquired a stake in Northern Data to leverage the AI, data storage, and peer-to-peer communication solutions developed by the German firm. Although Tether refused to disclose the invested sum, the issuer of USDT confirmed that the amount was separate from its reserves.

Written by
Author's profile picture

Ayush Pande

Ayush Pande is a hardware, gaming, and crypto writer based in India. He's a tech enthusiast who's fascinated by the potential of blockchain technology.

Connect with Ayush on LinkedIn
Written by
Ayush Pande