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Bit Digital, Inc. (Nasdaq: BTBT) (“Bit
Digital” or the “Company”), a public bitcoin mining company headquartered in
New York, is pleased to announce its new investor presentation is now
available on the Company’s website in the Investors section.
Cryptocurrency miners are flocking to New York’s faded industrial towns, prompting concern over the environmental impact of huge computer farms.
A bitcoin mining operation is opening northeast of Niagara Falls this month on the site of the last working coal plant in the state of New York. Across the state, a former aluminum plant in Massena, already one of the biggest cryptocurrency sites in the United States, is expanding.
U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren is pressing a Bitcoin miner about the impact of its operations on climate change, the local environment and power prices as part of her campaign to crack down on wasteful cryptocurrency mining.
It’s hard to ignore the signs that Bitcoin (CRYPTO:BTC) is gaining mainstream acceptance. Retailers from cinema chains to grocery stores and others are starting to accept cryptocurrencies for payments. According to a Blockdata report, Bitcoin processed 62% more transactions by dollar value than PayPal
Bit Digital, Inc. Announces Bitcoin Production and Mining Operations Update for the Third Quarter of 2021
Bit Digital, Inc. (Nasdaq: BTBT) (“Bit Digital” or the “Company”), a bitcoin mining company headquartered in New York, announced its unaudited bitcoin production and mining operations update for the third quarter ended September 30, 2021.
Bit Digital, Inc. (Nasdaq: BTBT) (“Bit Digital” or the “Company”), a bitcoin mining company headquartered in New York with one of the largest currently-owned fleets among US listed bitcoin miners, was the focus of an in-depth video report by The Wall Street Journal on its operations and efforts to utilize carbon neutral energy sources for mining.
Shares of Stronghold Digital Mining jumped 52% in their first day of trading on Wednesday, as investors show enthusiasm for nascent companies tied to cryptocurrencies.
A war is brewing among states to attract bitcoin miners, and new data shows that a whole lot of them are headed to New York, Kentucky, Georgia, and Texas.
A bitcoin mining facility in upstate New York is using electricity from a local hydroelectric plant powered by the Niagara River. The company is part of a group of miners attempting to make the industry more sustainable, both environmentally and financially.
Bit Digital, Inc. (Nasdaq: BTBT) (“Bit Digital”) and Blockfusion USA, Inc. (“Blockfusion”) (together, the “Companies”) are pleased to announce that the Companies have entered into a strategic co-mining agreement (the “Agreement”).
Bit Digital (NASDAQ:BTBT) stock gains 2.4% in premarket trading after inking a co-mining agreement, in which Blockfusion USA will provide certain premises and services to Bit Digital for operating a 35 MW bitcoin mining system.
Bit Digital, Inc. (Nasdaq: BTBT) (“Bit Digital” or the “Firm”), a bitcoin mining firm headquartered in New York with one of many largest currently-owned fleets amongst US listed bitcoin miners, was the main target of an in-depth video report by Bloomberg L.P. on its operations and efforts to make the most of carbon impartial power sources for mining. The video was launched on July 1st.
“The lake is so warm you feel like you’re in a hot tub,” said a woman who lives near a gas-fired New York plant that powers 8,000 computers mining bitcoins.