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Iran To Cut Power To Licensed Crypto Miners Over Energy Crisis

Iran To Cut Power To Licensed Crypto Miners Over Energy Crisis

By DailyBitcoin Editor Iran will cut off electricity to 118 legal centers of licensed crypto miners, according to a report by Bloomberg. *** Iran will cut electricity to crypto miners from June 22. The country faces increased demand for energy and fears shortages. The demand in the country exceeds 63,000 megawatts. Iran, an Islamic republic …

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You can now mine Ethereum with 100% of the power of restricted Nvidia GPUs

You can now mine Ethereum with 100% of the power of restricted Nvidia GPUs

Mining Ethereum (ETH) or any alternative cryptocurrency using the full power of Nvidia’s RTX 30 series graphics cards (GPUs) is now a reality. NiceHash, the mining software, discovered the way to bypass the restriction Light Hashrate (LHR). In a release posted on their blog, the developers of the program indicated that unlocking the LHR can …

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Power Horse will name the Mediterranean Games stadium

Power Horse dará nombre al estadio de los Juegos del Mediterráneo

The Unión Deportiva Almería has signed a historic agreement with Power Horse under which the prestigious brand of energy drinks will name the stadium for the Mediterranean Games from next July 1. The agreement was signed this Friday by Salvatore Caizzone, general manager and member of the Power Horse Group Shareholders Committee, and by Mohamed …

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Bitcoin miners will create their own electrical substation to power their equipment

Learn about the updates that the Monero hard fork will bring in July

Key facts: Riot Blockchain develops an infrastructure with an initial capacity of 400 MW. The company plans to acquire land, prepare the site and install electrical substations. Since its inception, Bitcoin (BTC) mining has been an activity that largely depends on state power grids. In the United States, a mining company decided to expand its …

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El Salvador will add more geothermal energy sources to power its Bitcoin City – DiarioBitcoin

El Salvador will add more geothermal energy sources to power its Bitcoin City - DiarioBitcoin

For Daily EditorBitcoin President Bukele confirmed that El Salvador is investing more to increase its energy production from volcanoes. *** The president of El Salvador, Nayib Bukele, uses an illustration on Twitter as the background of the Twitter image. Bitcoin City, reinforcing from the social network the importance that has been given to this project, …

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Political turmoil in Kazakhstan weighs on Bitcoin mining power

Political turmoil in Kazakhstan weighs on Bitcoin mining power

The processing power or hash rate of Bitcoin miners has fallen by at least 12%, due to political instability in Kazakhstan. This central Asian country houses 18% of the processing power of Bitcoin mining, and in the face of protests that led to the resignation of its government this morning, the miners would have stopped …

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Metaverses will require multiplying by 1000 the current computing power, according to Intel

Metaverses will require multiplying by 1000 the current computing power, according to Intel

Key facts: A compelling metaverse will require improvements in hardware, software, and Internet connectivity. Intel plans to reach a capacity of one sextillion processes per second in 5 years. Achieving truly immersive metaverses could be a goal that won’t be reached that soon, according to an article posted on the Intel blog. The post, signed …

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