How To Mine Bitcoin More Efficiently…Use An Actual Mine in Norway

Bitcoin mining is unquestionably a costly business, but Northern Bitcoin claims to have cut expenses by using a former metal mine in Norway. Innovation Station Bitcoin mining is unquestionably a costly business, both in financial and ecological terms. But Northern Bitcoin claims to have cut their price and energy costs by utilizing a former metal […]

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First Ever Blockchain Energy Trade Completed in the UK

Osato Avan-Nomayo · April 30, 2018 · 1:00 am Verv has added another first to its list of achievements in the energy trading business. The company’s smart hub has been used to facilitate the first blockchain energy trade transaction in the U.K. This comes barely five months after the company launched its energy trading community […]

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MoonLite Confirms Power & Distribution for Massive Mining Operation in Iceland

Bitcoinist.net · March 17, 2018 · 7:00 pm The MoonLite Project, which aims to dominate the cryptocurrency mining industry through the creation and operation of multiple industrial-scale data centers powered completely by green energy, has secured both power and distribution in a highly-competitive region of Iceland. Making Connections The MoonLite Project is based in the […]

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Chile is Putting Energy Regulation on the Blockchain

Adam James · March 3, 2018 · 12:30 pm In March, the Chilean National Energy Commission is set to adopt blockchain technology – a first for a public entity in the South American country. Warming up to the Blockchain’s Benefits Andrés Romero, the executive secretary of the National Energy Commission of Chile, has announced that […]

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