Bitfarms Adds 18 MW of Capacity to ‘The Bunker’ — Miner’s Daily Production Taps 16.8 BTC per Day

On July 28, the bitcoin mining company Bitfarms announced the completion of the second phase of its facility expansion, by adding roughly 18 megawatts (MW) of capacity to the operation. The mining facility dubbed “The Bunker,” now has approximately 3.8 exahash per second (EH/s), after the 18 MW increase boosted the computational power by 200 petahash per second (PH/s). Bitfarms Adds 18 MW to ‘The Bunker,’ Firm Says Daily Production Reaches 16.8 Bitcoin Bitfarms Ltd. (Nasdaq: BITF) has announced the company has improved The Bunker by adding 18 MW of…

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Marathon Expands Miner Deployment Deal With Compute North, Aims to Power 100K+ Miners With Renewables – Bitcoin News

[ad_1] Marathon Digital Holdings, a Nasdaq-listed bitcoin mining-based company, has announced a new deal with Compute North, a data center service provider, to host more than 100,000 mining machines in its data centers. The deal is an expansion of an earlier deal that secured positioning for 73,000 mining machines in Texas. Now, the new partnership secures hosting for all of these machines, to be powered with renewables. Marathon Expands Mining Operations Marathon, one of the largest bitcoin mining companies in the U.S., has announced it will expand its…

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The Marathon Ethiopia And Bitcoin

[ad_1] Africa is large, young and dynamic. What happens when a country like Ethiopia puts Bitcoin to the ultimate stress test? I. Little Brother Bitcoin Ethiopia, like most countries, is bound to have a Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC), in the flavor of a U.S. dollar backed Ethiopian birr. This new CBDC will allow the State to continue printing currency in the digital age. As reasoned by Alex Gladstein in Cato Journal’s recent essay, “Financial Freedom and Privacy in the Post-Cash World”, “Society is currently undergoing a historic shift away…

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