Wasteful? Iceland Farmers Says Bitcoin Mining is ‘Too Good to Be True’

A relatively small cryptocurrency mining operation in Iceland has come up with a simple, yet effective solution cryptocurrency mining’s electricity issues. It uses excessive geothermal energy from farmers’ machines to power up the mining equipment in a win-win situation. Farmers to the Rescue A relatively small cryptocurrency mining operation run by Icelandic math teacher Krista Hennesdottir

Russian Lawmakers Drop ‘Mining’ References in Digital Assets Bill

Economy & Regulation Russian lawmakers have dropped the term “mining” from a bill to regulate digital assets, following the earlier removal of references to “cryptocurrency.” In addition, the proposed legislation no longer covers the taxation of mining profits, as such matters will fall under the oversight of the Federal Tax Service. Also read: Despite Setbacks

WinMiner Lets Anyone Mine Cryptocurrency With Just One Click

WinMiner brings forward a unique platform which enables everyone to efficiently harness and to optimize unused computing power through a comprehensive cryptocurrency mining algorithm.  Cryptocurrency Mining Made Simple WinMiner presents a platform which allows mining of the most profitable digital currencies at any given moment. Users are able to easily start mining and turn their

PR: Xsolla Adds MobileGO (MGO) as New Payment Method for Developers and Gamers Globally

This is a paid press release, which contains forward looking statements, and should be treated as advertising or promotional material. Bitcoin.com does not endorse nor support this product/service. Bitcoin.com is not responsible for or liable for any content, accuracy or quality within the press release. OCTOBER 22, 2018 — LOS ANGELES — Xsolla, which provides

Report: Cryptocurrency Job Market Continues to Grow

Economics Glassdoor, a California-based company that runs a recruiting and employer-review website, has published a report by its economic research department that shows growing demand for talent in the cryptocurrency industry, with U.S. job openings soaring by 300 percent year on year. Also Read: The Daily: Global Cryptocurrency M&As Rise, US Town Halts Mining Talent

China Wants To Stop Anonymous Blockchain Use: Reports

New cybersecurity rules currently out for public consultation in China would notionally force users to provide their real identity to use any kind of Blockchain-based service. Blockchain? You’ll Need Your Name And ID As South China Morning Post (SCMP) reports quoting local media sources, the Cyberspace Administration of China is currently seeking feedback on the proposals,