Genesis Mining News
Genesis Mining is one of the largest companies that provides services for cloud mining. The company offers leasing of equipment for cryptocurrency mining to customers. It is possible to rent any amount of computer power of their servers located in Iceland. The Genesis cloud mining company was founded in 2013. The founders of the company met each other using the same Bitcoin trading platform. Genesis mining payouts vary from $30 to $2,000, depending on the amount of power rented. And, according to the official website, there is no payment for electricity or any other extra fees. Besides their tariff plans, users can create their own ones by setting the options they need. Not only Bitcoin, but other popular altcoins are available for mining at Genesis.
BTC mining is an exciting and fast-scaling industry to be a part of. Just make sure that you set your roots down in the right place.
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Starting on Tuesday, no new requests for power from Bitcoin mining operations will be accepted from the country’s energy utility service.
Iceland cuts power to new Bitcoin miners
Genesis Digital Assets’ new Bitcoin Texan mining center will have a capacity of 300 megawatts.
Genesis Digital Assets announces new data center in Texas
Genesis Digital previously raised $125 million in an equity funding round led by Kingsway Capital in July 2021.
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A 30% drop in hashrate was predicted by industry insiders, who believe it to be bullish for Bitcoin.
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