Jamie Crawley is a CoinDesk news reporter based in London.

Canada Computational Unlimited (CCU.ai), operator of a carbon-neutral bitcoin mining center in Québec, has received conditional approval to go public on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) through a reverse merger with Capricorn Business Acquisition.

  • CCU.ai’s bitcoin mining center has a contract of 20 megawatt (MW) of excess carbon-neutral energy, the company said Tuesday.
  • The company is expected to begin trading on the TSX Venture Exchange in Toronto on or about Sept. 12 under the ticker symbol “SATO.”
  • The proceeds of CCU.ai’s June fundraising were placed into escrow pending the completion of the deal, which was announced in May.


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