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Tech 30 April 2019
Quebec guarantees more power, stable costs for crypto miners
In a win-win deal, Quebec will now offer guaranteed power and rates to crypto miners, so long as they have a business plan that benefits the province.
Tech 9 April 2019
Blockchain-powered fridge allows users to ‘control’ power consumption
More than preserving food items, the refrigerator allows user to control and influence their electricity consumption via an app on their smartphones or tablets.
Tech 31 January 2019
Fujitsu applies blockchain for electricity exchange
Japanese tech giant Fujitsu has announced a new blockchain-based system for electricity exchange, with a model capable of improving efficiency by up to 40% on existing systems.
Business 19 December 2018
Abkhazia energy companies call for regulations
A state-run energy company in Abkhazia is calling for the proper regulation of crypto mining in the country as the winter draws near.
Tech 19 October 2018
Kansai Electric leads study on blockchain use in distributed electric supply
Four major companies in Japan, led by Kansai Electric Power Co. (Kepco), are coming together to conduct a research on how to harness the power of blockchain technology for distributed electricity supply.
Tech 31 July 2018
More Washington electric companies putting brakes on crypto mining firms
Franklin County has approved moratorium to allowing them to stop reviewing any applications from cryptocurrency mining firms while they assess the potential long-term repercussions.
Tech 13 July 2018
New power rates approved for crypto miners in New York
New York authorities approved the new rates in order to help balance electricity usage between cryptocurrency miners and local residents.
Tech 7 May 2018
Iceland tracks down 600 missing crypto mining machines to China
A ray of hope shined down in Iceland following reports that the 600 cryptocurrency miners stolen in the country could have made its way to China.
Tech 26 April 2018
600 computers seized in China’s crypto mining crackdown
Authorities seized 600 computers and related hardware in Tianjin earlier this week, due to abnormally high electricity usage in the city, state media reported.