Bitmain Delays Bitcoin Miner Shipments by Three Months as Co-Founders Battle On
The escalating internal power struggle at Bitmain is starting to have a more serious impact on its business and customers.
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A court in China has denied an appeal by bitcoin mining giant Bitmain seeking $30 million in damages from the three co-founders of mining pool rival Poolin.
A new twist in the power struggle at Bitmain: Co-founder Jihan Wu has regained the legal representative status of the bitcoin mining giant.
Affected mining centers in the area may see a notable increase in electricity costs.
The $23 million purchase will see Marathon's bitcoin mining capacity increase drastically, turning it into one of the largest miners in North America.
After Micree Ketuan Zhan, the exiled co-founder of Bitmain, moved to reinstate his position after another partial legal victory over his former employer, tensions reportedly escalated into a physical brawl.