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Eliza Gkritsi

Eliza Gkritsi is a CoinDesk mining reporter based in Asia. She previously worked at TechNode in Shanghai and has graduated from the London School of Economics, Fudan University, and the University of York. She doesn't own any crypto. She tweets as @egreechee.

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Crypto Exchange Bitget Plans to Double Workforce as Peers Cut Back in Bear Market
In contrast with exchanges Coinbase and Gemini, the derivatives platform plans to increase its staff.
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Bit Digital Production Slump Continued Into Q1, Strikes Deals With Coinmint, Riot to Increase Hashrate
The bitcoin miner has struggled to recover its hashrate since moving its operations out of China.
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Singapore Grants In-Principle Licenses to Crypto.com, Two Others
The firms will be able to offer services to Singapore-based customers if granted full licenses.
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Iris Energy Raises 2022 Hashrate Estimate to 4.3 EH/s
The construction of the bitcoin miner's Texas site may be delayed as the firm removed completion estimate.
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Miner Bitfarms Sold Almost Half Its Bitcoin to Reduce Debt
The miner sold 3,000 BTC in the past week to improve liquidity and reduce indebtedness.
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Russia's Gazpromneft and BitRiver Partner to Develop Crypto Mining Operations
The oil-producing subsidiary of state-owned natural gas giant Gazprom will provide energy to data centers set up by BitRiver.
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San Diego-Based Edge Unveils Privacy-Focused Crypto Card
The card doesn't require users to input any personally identifiable information to set up or use it.
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Argo Blockchain to Build Intel-Based Bitcoin Mining Rigs With ePIC Blockchain
The partnership is an extension of a 2021 deal in which Argo agreed to buy $8 million worth of ePIC's miners.
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Inside the Environmentalist Campaign to Change Bitcoin’s Code
Campaigners explain why they’re convinced all it takes is support from a few powerful firms and people to change the fundamentals of Bitcoin.
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