The Iranian government has seized over 1,000 Bitcoin mining devices from two factories.
News outfit Radio Free Europe has reported the seizure of roughly 1,000 bitcoin mining machines from two abandoned factories in Iran.
Coinmine, an entry-level crypto mining rig for hobbyists, now offers its users the option to be paid in bitcoin.
Cybersecurity firm Trend Micro has discovered a new crypto-mining botnet.
FINRA has suspended and fined an investment adviser over undeclared cryptocurrency mining activities.
Pan-African insurance company Old Mutual revealed it will not insure machines utilized for cryptocurrency mining.
Cryptocurrency miners in Iran could witness spike in electricity bills if Iran’s Energy Minister gets his way.
Some illegal mining camps have been constructed in Western China.
Hackers have breached more than 50,000 servers across the world to mine digital currencies employing uncommonly sophisticated tools.
Chinese authorities are reportedly probing into illegal Bitcoin mining farms built at hydropower stations.
Authorities say the contractor made AU$9,000 (around $6,200) from his illicit mining operation.
Mozilla has rolled out an update for its Firefox browser that supports a feature to block cryptocurrency mining scripts on websites.
A bitcoin mining fraud worth more than €2 million ($2.2 million) has led to the arrest of a 33-year-old man in the Netherlands.
The decision to expand the app’s functionality to cover Mac users was predicated by user demand.
Fundamental Labs will invest $44 million in top-of-the-line Bitcoin miners.