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Crypto Mining Craze Creates Global GPU Shortage

The cryptocurrency bull run of 2017 attracted multitudes of investors looking to get rich quick but it also created a mining boom that has resulted in a worldwide shortage of computer components.Miners Plunder Singapore, Hong Kong For Cheap RigsScores of miners from around the world come to the electronics bazaars in Asia to buy cryptocurrency rigs. Hong Kong’s Sham Shui Po and Singapo

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Wyoming House Unanimously Approves Two Pro-Blockchain Bills

In a watershed moment for United States blockchain and cryptocurrency law, Wyoming’s House of Representatives unanimously voted “aye” to pass two blockchain bills – HB 70 the “utility token bill” and HB 19 the “bitcoin bill” –  sending them to the State Senate for consideration. HB 70 defines utility tokens as neither traditional money nor securities; HB 19 exempts

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Wyoming House Unanimously Approves Two Pro-Blockchain Bills

In a watershed moment for United States blockchain and cryptocurrency law, Wyoming’s House of Representatives unanimously voted “aye” to pass two blockchain bills – HB 70 the “utility token bill” and HB 19 the “bitcoin bill” –  sending them to the State Senate for consideration. HB 70 defines utility tokens as neither traditional money nor securities; HB 19 exempts

Two Russian Regions to Develop Large Scale Crypto Mining

Mining The governors of two Russian regions have indicated their readiness to accommodate large crypto mining facilities. Two of the westernmost subjects of the Federation – Kaliningrad and Leningrad – are willing to welcome miners and want to get involved in “bitcoin production”. Local authorities have expressed intentions to take mining out

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FCC: Bitcoin Miner Interfered with T-Mobile’s LTE Network in Brooklyn

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has taken action against a Brooklyn resident who was using a Bitcoin miner because the machine was interfering with T-Mobile’s 700 MHz LTE network in the city. FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel commented on the incident in a Tweet:Okay, this @FCC letter has it all: #bitcoin mining, computing power needed for #blockchain computation and #wireless#bro

Bitcoin mining in Iceland will use more electricity than homes, energy company says

Feb. 14, 2018Iceland's main energy company, HS Orka, has said that the country will expend more energy mining bitcoins than it will powering homes this year. Officials are concerned that the country won't have sufficient energy to power proposed bitcoin mining centers, according to a report by Fortune.Bitcoin miners will consume around 840 gigawatt hours of electricity per year, whereas Icela

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Iceland May Implement Bitcoin Mining Tax Due to Energy Consumption

Mining Bitcoin can be a lucrative venture under the right circumstances. With access to sufficient hardware, the mining process becomes a lot easier. Additionally, operators need cheap electricity to keep operational costs low. In Iceland, it seems the demand for electricity is on the rise thanks to Bitcoin mining. In fact, the electricity consumption for mining Bitcoin may outweigh the regular at

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Fake PBOC Email Sent to U.S. Media in Attempts to Manipulate Bitcoin Market

Yesterday, U.S. media outlets were sent a bogus email from an individual claiming to be a representative of the People’s Bank of China (PBOC). The message contained a fake invitation to a press conference between the media, the PBOC, and the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA), claiming the two organizations would be introducing new measures to crack down “on all aspects and services of Bitcoi

New York Wants a Piece of the Ever Growing Bitcoin Mining Pie

Mining Watch out Canada! New York wants a piece of the bitcoin mining market, securing for its residents revenues and jobs that come along with the electricity intensive process. Bitcoin mining might even help revive local economies that once relied on polluting industries.  Also Read: Senate of Nigeria Launches Probe of Bitcoin Trading in the C

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Cryptocurrency Regulation in 2018: Where the World Stands Right Now

If 2017 was the year of the ICO, it seems as if 2018 is destined to become the year of regulatory reckoning. Things have already begun to heat up as countries around the world grapple with cryptocurrencies and try to determine how they are going to treat them. Some are welcoming, others are cautious. And some countries are downright antagonistic. Here is a brief overview of how 15 countries/unions

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