Zhongjia Bochuang announced plans to buy millions' worth of specialized ASIC mining machines from hardware manufacturer MicroBT.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa recently set up a committee to look into digital currencies and in one of its first actions, it has moved to set up two block reward mining farms.
500.com’s new fleet of mining machines include Antminer S17, from March 2019; Antminer S19, from 2020; and the Antminer S9, from 2016.
The Bitcoin Class series is about thinking bigger—much bigger—about what Bitcoin can do, and what sort of system it really is.
The U.S. state will issue tax and energy incentives to the miners in a move they hope will create jobs and spur economic growth.
The funds will go to two pilots looking into reducing the cost of regulatory compliance through blockchain integration.
The state’s House of Representatives passed a bill that calls for these schools to teach the students about financial literacy, with digital currencies being one of the areas of interest.
When finalized, the filings will allow Hut 8 to make available securities and other instruments up to the value of CAD$500 million over a 25-month period.
No other blockchain today is capable of processing transaction blocks that large, at a cost to users (in transaction fees) that makes it feasible for business and other large organizations' use at scale.
The Bitcoin Association has made it easier to find work opportunities in the blockchain and digital currency space via its jobs board page.
Dr. Craig Wright launches into full lecturer mode in this week’s episode of Theory of Bitcoin: Bitcoin Class, and uses a whiteboard for the first time. There's a lot to teach.