Australia’s Power Ledger will be deploying its renewable energy trading technology in Thailand through a partnership with local authorities and BCPG
Layer1 will release electricity in response to spikes in consumer demand that may threaten local power grids, such as during heatwaves
A study surveying reps from top EU mining firms found many believe regulations and protections offset higher electricity costs.
The largest oil field in the People’s Republic of China has been a target for individuals and organizations attempting to mine bitcoins with free electricity. After a bunch of mining farm operators allegedly got caught last summer, a dog kennel owner was recently busted for running cable lines in order to siphon free electricity from […]
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Power Ledger has just signed a deal with the largest medium-density residential developer in Perth to roll out its blockchain-based solar energy trading platform
A New York mining facility has sold 106 petahash of computing power using a new, regulated instrument: a Bitcoin hashpower contract
A Washington court has sided against six crypto mining entities who sued Grant County for upping the electricity prices it charged to “emerging industries” in 2018
Unibright will provide its technology to Wasserkraft Mittelrhein in the roll-out of its “power-buoy” project
As tensions escalated between the U.S. and Iran in recent months, reports have detailed that Chinese bitcoin miners are looking to set up shop in Central Asia and more specifically in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. Last spring, Chinese bitcoin mining operations flocked to Iran for extremely affordable electric prices ($0.006 per kilowatt-hour) in the oil-rich nation, […]
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The Iranian government has reportedly issued more than 1,000 licenses for cryptocurrency mining since it began regulating the industry. A number of large mining farms have set up in the country, but high electricity tariffs have kept many small investors away. Also read: Regulatory Roundup — New US Crypto Tax Bill, Central Banks Join Forces […]
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