Les opérations minières de Bitcoin continuent de se développer au milieu de l'hiver crypto, Lors de la conversion du « gaz gaspillé en énergie à grande échelle »

L'industrie minière du bitcoin continue de se développer à mesure que les entreprises obtiennent plus de mégawatts de capacité, construire de nouvelles installations, et l'acquisition de milliers de circuits intégrés spécifiques à l'application (ASIC) plates-formes minières. Vendredi, the firm Validus Power revealed it has acquired two natural gas power stations in Ontario, Canada, that will become crypto mining facilities. Le même jour, the firm Applied Blockchain got a $15 million loan to fund growth and “buildout of its data centers.” While the bitcoin mining industry’s growth has been exponential, at the same time, bitcoin mining operations are making a significant dent toward cleaning up the world’s CO2 emissions.

Applied Blockchain Secures $15M in Credit to Build Out Data Centers

While cryptocurrency markets saw a significant downturn during the last few months, it has not stopped specific bitcoin miners from expanding. Par exemple, cette semaine, the bitcoin mining company Genesis Digital Assets annoncé that the firm secured 708 mégawatts (MW) in capacity during the first half of 2022. After securing thousands of ASIC mining devices at a discount, the bitcoin miner Cleanspark announced earlier this week that it acquired a plug-in-ready facility with 86 MW of capacity.

Vendredi, the bitcoin mining hosting company Blockchain appliquée announced that it secured a $15 million loan to continue expansion. [Blockchain appliquée] intends to use the facility to repay its existing debt and provide additional liquidity to fund the buildout of its data centers,” the company noted during the annonce. “The new credit facility doubles our loan-to-value on our Jamestown facility and provides us with additional capital to fund our growth plans and deliver on the increasing demand from our customers,” Applied Blockchain’s chairman and CEO, Wes Cummins, expliqué.

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Validus Power Expands Ontario Presence With Plans to Convert Waste Gas Into Bitcoin With Propriety Clean Energy Technology

While Applied Blockchain got a loan to pay off existing debt and build out infrastructure, Puissance valide, a blockchain power solutions firm, annoncé that the company is building out more data centers in Canada. Validus Power is in the midst of developing two crypto mining facilities in Kapuskasing and North Bay, Ontario, and it has plans for data center construction in Iroquois Falls, Northern Ontario. The company acquired the natural gas power stations from Northland Power in April 2022.

According to Validus, the Iroquois Falls plant is 120 MW and a natural-gas-fired power center. The Kingston location is also a natural-gas-fired power center with 110 MW of capacity. Last October, Validus announced its North Bay Power Plant and it also inked a partnership with Hut 8 Mining Corp. Like a myriad of bitcoin mining firms today, Validus Power also converts wasted gas into crypto.

En juin 3, l'entreprise a écrit about the “Mad Maxx Mobile Power Fleet,” which converts “waste gas into Bitcoin with propriety clean energy technology.” Validus joins Crusoe Energy, Génération Greenidge, Données en amont, Énergie vespène, PAS Blockchain, and a number of others transforming wasted gas into bitcoin. The expansion of the bitcoin mining industry in 2022 is not only seeing growth, but the technologies behind bitcoin mining operations are helping the environment. The blog post Validus published last June says:

Through the use of propriety and proven technology, Validus Power is able to take undesirable and unusable waste gas created in the oil refinement process and convert it to energy at scale.

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Jamie Redman

Jamie Redman est le responsable de l'information chez Bitcoin-Tidings.com News et un journaliste spécialisé dans les technologies financières vivant en Floride. Redman est un membre actif de la communauté des crypto-monnaies depuis 2011. Il a une passion pour Bitcoin, code open-source, et applications décentralisées. Depuis septembre 2015, Redman a écrit plus de 5,700 articles pour Bitcoin-Tidings.com Actualités sur les protocoles perturbateurs qui émergent aujourd'hui.




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