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Bitmain, the bitcoin industry’s second largest mining pool and most popular mining equipment manufacturer, has partnered with investors in China to launch the world’s third most power consuming data center.
Global bitcoin blockchain infrastructure provider and transaction processing company BitFury is planning to invest US$100 million to build its second data center in Georgia’s capital Tbilisi and the first technology park.
Mining Titans unveils Industrial Mining Mobile Data Center (MDC) the Helios CryptoKube, bringing out a customized long-term data solution to anyone wishing to enter the digital currency mining space.
In August, London-based VIRTUS Data Centres released a case study on the company’s experience working with ASIC Runner, a supplier of cryptocoin mining hardware.
In a statement released Thursday, data center developer Server Farm Realty announced that the company would begin accepting Bitcoin payments.
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