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Cryptocurrency Mining Firm Soluna to Build a 900-Megawatt Wind Farm in Saharan Desert

Category: Altcoins, Bitcoin, Mining, News

Cryptocurrency Mining Firm Soluna to Build a 900-Megawatt Wind Farm in Saharan Desert

Soluna, a blockchain company began plans to create a 900-megawatt wind farm with the aim of generating power for a computer center in Dakhla in the Morocco-administered Western Sahara Desert. Initial work on the facility will begin in 2019. In the beginning phases of this project, the wind farm will not be connected to the national grid; however, according to…

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Coinshares Research Paper Investigates Cost of Bitcoin Mining

Category: Bitcoin, Blockchain, Mining, News, Tech

Coinshares Research Paper Investigates Cost of Bitcoin Mining

Coinshares released a whitepaper detailing the remarks taken from research to understand the cost of mining bitcoin. The study took into account several factors to determine a monetary value while addressing the unsubstantiated misconceptions about the energy consumptions and climatic impact of bitcoin mining. Research Sheds Light on Bitcoin Mining According to a post by Christopher Bendiksen, who spearheaded the…

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Bitcoin Uses 0.5 Percent of World’s Energy Supply, Says Peer-Reviewed Report

Category: Bitcoin, Commentary, Mining, News

Bitcoin Uses 0.5 Percent of World’s Energy Supply, Says Peer-Reviewed Report

Bitcoin’s energy usage has long been a subject of criticism since the issues first came to light. But, most of the revelations are limited to anecdotal evidence or weakly researched primary reports, with future predictions based on such data. To combat the epistemic crisis, a recent peer-reviewed research paper breaks the unresearched monotony, and the evaluated results are nothing short…

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