While Bitcoin is seeing some selling pressure around $8000 levels currently, 18 millionth BTC is to be mined soon.
The pressure appears to be mounting again for Bitcoin. A couple of months ago they were saying ‘you’ll never get another opportunity to buy four figure BTC’, and today it is looking like dumping back to $6,000. All hopes are now pinned on the halving seven months away, but can it really prevent another bear…
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A Bitcoin mining operation in the city of Virginia Beach was ordered to liquidate its assets by a federal judge
Bitmain launching two new enhanced Antminer 17 series miners – CryptoNinjas
Bitmain, a developer of chips, servers, and cloud solutions for blockchain and AI applications, today announced two cryptocurrency mining models: S17+ and T17+ – from the Antmi…
CoinDesk On Location goes deep inside a Siberian crypto mining factory situated near a remote hydroelectric plant.
There are always interesting things going on in the cryptocurrency world. Not all of those developments make sense, particularly where Bitcoin is concerned. its hashrate dropped by a quarter in very quick succession, yet no one knows why that is exactly. It does pose somewhat of a network risk, although it is widely believed this will be a blip on the radar when everything is said and done. The BTC Hashrate Drop When one looks at the Bitcoin hashrate chart, there is a strong and outspoken upward trend visible. The number of people mining Bitcoin, as well as the hardware
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Bicoin mining firm Hut 8 conditionally approved to be listed on TSX – CryptoNinjas
Hut 8, one of the world’s largest public cryptocurrency mining companies by operating capacity and market capitalization, announced today that its been conditionally app…
An unexplained plummet in Bitcoin’s hash rate occurred yesterday, with a stark, if fleeting, 40% drop in mining on the network
Brazil’s central bank will classify crypto as nonfinancial products, following IMF guidelines: What does that mean?