Samuel Haig is a journalist who has been completely obsessed with Bitcoin and cryptocurrency since 2012. Samuel lives in Tasmania, Australia, where he attended the University of Tasmania and majored in political science and journalism, media and communications. Samuel has written about the dialectics of decentralization and is also a kangaroo riding enthusiast.
Bitfarms estimates it could have mined BTC for $4,125 each during Q4 2020 if its forthcoming Argentinian facility was operational.
Bitfarms estimates Argentinian facility will reduce BTC mining costs by 45%
On-chain analyst Willy Woo argues a massive power outage in Chinese mining hub Xinjiang drove Bitcoin’s violent crash down to $50,000.
Did a massive Chinese power outage cause Bitcoin’s crash down to $50K?
Blackouts for safety inspections in China’s Xinjiang region have significantly impacted the hash rate of many top Chinese Bitcoin mining pools.
Chinese mining pools’ hash power plummets amid regional blackouts
Brian Brooks has defended the fintech charter he oversaw while heading the OCC, warning heavy-handed crypto regulations could undermine U.S. competitiveness glo...
Brian Brooks defends fintech charter to House Financial Services Committee
Celsius customers have been targeted with fraudulent SMS and email communications after a third-party email distribution server was compromised by hackers.
Email server breach sees Celsians targeted by phishing attacks
Ark Invest has spread nearly 750,000 COIN shares across three of its ETFs.
Ark buys $246M of Coinbase stock, adds COIN to three ETFs
Despite the lack of United States-based Bitcoin ETF, hundreds of funds have made significant investments into the blockchain and crypto industries.
You can already invest in hundreds of ETFs with exposure to Bitcoin