Хотя опыт казался очень простым: Китайская таможня конфисковала 49 Старые майнеры ASIC

Хотя опыт казался очень простым: Китайская таможня конфисковала 49 Старые майнеры ASIC

Chinese authorities continue to crackdown against bitcoin miners after they seized 49 second-hand Bitmain ASIC Antminers from unnamed individuals that recently attempted to smuggle in the devices using falsified documents.


Devices to Be Disposed of in Accordance With Regulations

Huangpu Customs of Chinas Guangdong Province has said it seized 49 used bitcoin (BTC) miners from an unnamed party that was attempting to smuggle the devices into the country. Local reports say the old machines will be disposed of in accordance with local regulations.

According to a отчет published on Monday, the alleged smugglers had used false information in their export documents. Однако, upon inspection, authorities discovered the consignment was not comprised of shoe materials, as stated in theexport document,” the report said. Instead, the consignment consisted of what some reports say are old ASIC miners.

This latest seizure of the mining devices by Chinese authorities comes as the country continues its crackdown against bitcoin miners. The crackdown has already seen China relinquish its status as the worlds number one bitcoin mining country. Also as сообщил by Bitcoin-Tidings.com News, the crackdown has also spurred crypto mining activities in Chinas neighboring states like Thailand and Kazakhstan.

Rectification of Mining Activities

журналист Лаура Шин опубликовала статью, в которой утверждается, что, the announcement of Huangpu Customsseizure of the old ASIC Antminers came just days after another Chinese regulator, Shandong Development and Reform Commission (SDRC), announced the release of a document titledReport on Rectification of Virtual Currency Mining Activities.

According to the China-based website 8btc, the regulator, through this document announced the start of the supervision of telephone lines forrectificationof crypto mining activities at the provincial and municipal levels.

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