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Bitcoin Mining Might be a Profitable Business in Kazakhstan As Miners May be Within Lowest 5% of Electricity Rates Globally: Report

The team at HASHR8 Inc., a cryptocurrency mining and media firm that aims to support the “decentralized growth” of hashrate (or computing power used to secure digital currency networks) while enhancing the security of blockchains, have released their second installment of the Bitcoin Mining Index…. Read More

Bitcoin Miners Set to Enter “Golden Period” of Profitablity as Mining Difficulty Drops, According to HASHR8 Team

John Lee Quigley, who’s focused on building Bitcoin media and research products at HASHR8 Inc, notes that Bitcoin (BTC) miners are about to enter an “extremely profitable” market. Quigley points out that cryptocurrency prices are surging but “input costs are about to drop significantly.” He… Read More

Chinese City of Chengdu, a Major Financial Hub, Now Added to Nation’s Fintech Innovation Pilot Programs

The People’s Bank of China (PBoC), the nation’s central bank that’s also tasked with managing monetary policy and the regulation of financial institutions in mainland China, has reportedly added Chengdu, the capital of the Sichuan province, to its list of approved regions for conducting Fintech… Read More

RRMine, a Global Bitcoin Hashrate Asset Management Platform, Discusses Policy Changes in China’s Evolving Crypto Mining Sector

The management at RRMine, a global distributed Bitcoin hashrate asset management platform that maintains offices in Hong Kong, notes that blockchain or distributed ledger technology is moving past the early days of digital currency and smart contracts, and is now increasingly focused on the development… Read More

Crypto Miners Return to Sichuan Province for Cheap Hydro During Rainy Season

After many were forced out and ruined by floods last year, tenacious crypto miners are nonetheless poised to (re)establish operations in the mountainous Chinese province of Sichuan. They plan to do so just ahead of May to October’s rainy season when the price of electricity… Read More

Disaster Capitalism: Floods in Sichuan Knock Out Small Bitcoin Miners, Big Miners Move in

Torrential rains in the mountainous Chinese province of Sichuan during late June caused loss of life, landslides, crop damage, the forced relocation of 9000 people, and at least 193 million yuan ($30 million) in economic losses. Global technicians also noticed a 30% concurrent drop in… Read More

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