Bitmain, the world’s largest Bitcoin miner manufacturer, has recently unveiled its next-generation 7nm Antminer 17 series ahead of its forthcoming release date.
Canaan Creative, the second largest crypto mining hardware manufacturer, is reportedly considering reapplying for a public listing on the Shanghai Stock Exchange’s newly established registration-based IPO system, the Sci-Tech Innovation Board.
Bitmain’s IPO application on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange has officially expired.
The two drafts have been proposed in an effort to regulate crypto mining operations within the jurisdiction, with the country’s commissioners set to hold a public hearing on April 4.
SBI Holdings, a Japanese financial services mogul, has launched a new subsidiary for production of cryptocurrency mining chips and systems.
Chinese crypto mining titan Bitmain is reportedly working on deploying 200,000 units of its crypto mining machines in China, as the firm attempts to leverage on the territory’s inexpensive hydroelectric energy.
Touted to have three times more hashing power compared to its predecessor, the new Antminer Z11 was specifically designed to mine the privacy-focused crypto ZCash as well as other digital currencies anchored on the Equihash algorithm.
Ethereum core developers have recently reached a general consensus on the implementation of the proposed Application Specific Integrated Circuit-resistant Proof of Work algorithm ProgPoW.
Self-described “full-stack cryptocurrency ecosystem” Bcause LLC is planning to utilize Nasdaq technology to operate its markets.
Bitcoin miners are now starting to explore power recycling and renewable energy.
China-based cryptocurrency mining equipment manufacturer Canaan Creative has closed a new funding round.
Ethereum mining pool Sparkpool has recently verified the identity of the user who had previously sent an unusually exorbitant miner’s fee by mistake and has subsequently agreed to split the amount.
Coinhive has revealed that it will cease its mining operation services starting March 8.
Ebang, one of the top manufacturers of bitcoin miners in China, is preparing to build 400,000 mining machines this year.
CryptoMining.farm is now involved in an alleged 42 million Thai Baht ($1.34 million) cryptocurrency mining scam.