Bitcoin’s network had the lowest power consumption in 2022 at 10.65 gigawatts (GW). The BTC network required 16,09 GW of power at its peak. In
The New York State Assembly has passed legislation prohibiting the construction of new Bitcoin mining that do not use renewable energy
The bill will now be sent to the Senate for consideration before being signed into law by Governor Hochul. The New York State Assembly passed
Bitcoin appears to be headed for a decline as a surging US dollar generates scepticism in light of an equally bleak macroeconomic scenario. Bitcoin (BTC)
To avoid price instability, a 6000-strong community intends to raise revenue by selling the mined cryptocurrency right away. Serodino, in Argentina’s Santa Fe Province, may
A Bitcoin miner is heating his entire swimming pool in order to let his children to swim–all while protecting the Bitcoin network and earning money.
This year, semiconductors are once again making headlines, but how much of the shortage can be ascribed to crypto miners? The world has been battling
As a growing number of Bitcoin miners go public, the total proportion of the Bitcoin hash rate owned by publicly traded companies has increased over
Primeblock, a bitcoin mining business, has announced its intention to go public via a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) transaction. Primeblock will merge with 10X
The mining credentials of Norway are impressive: The little European country uses 100% green, renewable energy to host 0.77 percent of Bitcoin’s hash rate. According
In Guatemala, a Bitcoin project has improved air quality, contributed to carbon-negative Bitcoin mining, and placed a Bitcoin miner in the hands of the mayor.
For the first time since February 17, Bitcoin’s mining difficulty increased this week, on March 31, 2022, at block height 729,792. The network’s difficulty increased
Only 2 million Bitcoins will be mined in the next 100 years after the 19 millionth is mined. Today, the 19th millionth Bitcoin (BTC) was