Kodak-Branded Bitcoin Mining Scheme Collapses

The Kodak-branded bitcoin mining rigs unveiled at the CES technology trade show this year will no longer be available to mine for customers. Amid scam accusations, the company behind the Kodak Kashminer crypto mining scheme has reportedly confirmed the plan… Continue Reading

Post-Flood Reflections Reveal Insights Into Lives of Sichuan Miners

With Chinese media estimating that Sichuan’s mining sector comprises 70% of the computing power of both the bitcoin network and the total processing power situated within China’s borders, reflections following the devastating Sichuan floods’ have many insights into the realities… Continue Reading

Russia Now Has a Registry of Whitelisted Crypto Companies

The Russian Association of Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain has created a registry of whitelisted companies that offer crypto-related products or services. Meanwhile, the bill to regulate cryptocurrencies in Russia has been delayed. Also read: Yahoo! Japan Confirms Entrance Into the Crypto Space… Continue Reading

Texas Regulator Issues Cease and Desist Order to a Network of Crypto Companies

The Texas State Securities Board has taken an emergency action to stop a network of crypto-related companies from illegally offering investments in the state. A token offering and a mining firm are among those targeted by the securities board as… Continue Reading

Mainstream Media Claims Bitcoin Burns More Energy Than Ireland – Does It?

A mainstream media assertion made recently implies that cryptocurrency is quite costly in terms of energy consumption. “Bitcoin has been alarming people for years,” the report notes, pointing to the amount of electricity used for its mining – almost as… Continue Reading

The Daily: Decentralized Exchanges – New and Hacked, and Some Lost Coins

In today’s edition of Bitcoin in Brief, we cover two decentralized exchanges – an Irish team that’s launching its Local Token Exchange and the already operating Bancor that has reported a security breach and admitted the loss of $12.5 million… Continue Reading

The Pirate Bay Is Again Using Users’ CPUs to Mine XMR

The Pirate Bay is again taking over its users’ CPUs in order to mine the Monero (XMR) cryptocurrency to generate additional revenue. Unlike previous times, the site now displays a notification on the matter for users to know what is… Continue Reading

Japanese Internet Giant GMO Boosts Own Bitcoin Mining Output With 7nm Rigs

Japan’s internet giant GMO has released the latest results of its cryptocurrency mining operation. The company has also started using 7nm rigs for its in-house mining business. News.Bitcoin.com talked to a GMO spokesperson to find out more details. Also read: Yahoo! Japan Confirms Entrance… Continue Reading

Kumamoto Electric Company and OZ Mining Corporation to Start Mining in Southern Japan

Kumamoto Electric Power Company and OZ Mining Corporation have announced that they will start operating a crypto mining farm from August, aiming to install 14,000 mining machines and reach 90 million yen profit by March 2020. Also read: Japan’s Internet Giant GMO… Continue Reading

Heavy Rainfall in China, Thousands of Miners Reportedly Damaged

According to a Chinese language Economic Daily News report, graphics cards and ASIC mining systems are expected to see a short-term surge in orders from the crypto mining sector in Sichuan province, where reportedly over seventy percent of the mining… Continue Reading