Four investors allege they have lost about HK$20,000 to HK$1 million (roughly $2,552 to $127,641).
A man has been arrested in Taiwan for allegedly mining cryptocurrency using stolen electricity.
Twenty-eight-year-old Josh Riddett has been producing specialist crypto mining hardware.
Singapore-based gaming hardware manufacturing company Razer has rolled out an app that rewards gamers with loyalty points for mining digital currency.
Washington-based Salcido Enterprises CEO Malachi Salcido states that cryptocurrency miners are now being “flushed out” of the market after Bitcoin suffered its latest price plunge.
Taiwan-based computer and electronic component manufacturer ASUS has announced its partnership with “innovation factory” Quantumcloud.
Moscow-based cyber security company Kaspersky Labs has released a security bulletin indicating the exponentially rising number of cryptojacking incidents executed through malware infection.
Crypocurrency miners in the city of Plattsburgh, New York, are urging authorities to lift the nearly year-long indefinite moratorium enforced against the industry.
A number of crypto mining firms have expressed interest in establishing operations in Sweden in the wake of Norway’s budget cut announcement which will ax the discounted power tax rate for crypto mining operators beginning January 2019.
Crypto mining giant Bitmain is currently facing charges filed by miner Gor Gevorkyan, alleging that the firm has been commandeering its customers’ mining hardware to illicitly generate revenue.
Norwegian Bitcoin miners are facing tough times after the government scraps electricity subsidies.
There appears to be a growing trend of Bitcoin mining hardware manufacturers unable to sustain their IPOs this year.
The crypto community has been expressing its worries over the continuous drop in the value of cryptocurrencies. However, their anxiety is perhaps nothing compared to what crypto miners are going through right now.
The United States Federal Election Commission (FEC) has given its implicit consent for mining pools to donate to political campaigns.
Chinese crypto mining giant Bitmain has recently expanded operations to the state of Washington as it unveils a $20 million complex in Douglas County.