Bitmain News

A private, Beijing-based company, Bitmain Technology Holding Company, or Bitmain, produces blockchain and artificial intelligence-specific hardware and software components. Micree Zhan and Jihan Wu founded Bitmain in 2013. Wu formerly served as Bitmain’s CEO. As a solution to disputes between Wu and Zhan, however, Wu departed his posts as Bitmain CEO and chairman in 2021. 

Bitmain is the company behind the Antminer, a well-known crypto mining hardware brand. Bitmain has built multiple models under the Antminer name, including the Bitmain Antminer S9, the Bitmain Antminer S17, the Antminer T19 and the Antminer S19. Bitmain also makes a mining farm product called Antbox.

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The company’s bid to become the largest Bitcoin miner in the United States could be achieved by 2022.
Marathon buys 30,000 more Bitcoin miners, targets 13.3 EH/s hashing power
Osato Avan-Nomayo
2021-08-02T14:50:03+01:00
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Matrixport, a part of Jihan Wu’s Bitmain exit strategy, is now valued at over $1 billion in just two years.
Former Bitmain CEO Jihan Wu raises fresh capital for new crypto unicorn
Arijit Sarkar
2021-08-02T09:20:04+01:00
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Half of what was lost due to China’s crackdown on Bitcoin mining will never go back online, Phoenix Store’s CEO says.
Bitcoin mining ban an easy decision for China, says Bitmain EMEA partner
Erhan Kahraman
2021-07-14T10:12:13+01:00
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Wu also pitched Singapore, where his current company Matrixport is based, as a strong contender to serve as "a hub for crypto innovations."
Former Bitmain CEO Jihan Wu: Regulatory crackdown may be good for crypto
Marie Huillet
2021-07-13T10:29:41+01:00
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Gryphon has doled out $48 million to buy Bitmain’s latest Bitcoin mining hardware set for release in the summer.
US-based Bitcoin miner Gryphon buys 7,200 rigs from Bitmain
Osato Avan-Nomayo
2021-07-09T11:16:31+01:00
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The Bitcoin mining crackdown in China has significant ramifications for the cryptocurrency industry. Bitmain is stepping up its efforts to ease the burden on Ch...
Bitmain ceases Bitcoin miner sales to aid second-hand sellers following China ban
Sam Bourgi
2021-06-24T20:15:00+01:00
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By postponing the sales, Bitmain aims to help miners exiting the industry get better prices for mining equipment.
Bitmain reportedly suspends Bitcoin miner orders amid booming secondhand supply
Helen Partz
2021-06-23T14:33:35+01:00
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Burfa intends to purchase new cryptocurrency mining equipment from Bitmain to boost its data-center capacity.
Estonian IT company inks $26M crypto mining deal with Bitmain
Sam Bourgi
2021-06-16T16:45:00+01:00
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