Browsing the "Cryptocurrency Mining" Tag

Authorities Seize Crypto Mining Equipment from Nuclear Power Plant

| Daniel Kuhn

Two raids of the South Ukrainian Nuclear Power Plant uncovered GPUs, hard drives, and cooling equipment used to mine cryptocurrencies.

E-Commerce Giant DMM Quits Cryptocurrency Mining Business

| Wolfie Zhao

Japanese e-commerce giant is in the process of winding down its cryptocurrency mining business due to the crypto market slump.

Crypto Mine Hit With Noise Complaints May Be Shut Down

| Nikhilesh De

A Norway-based crypto mining farm may have to suspend operations, a week and a half after receiving a bomb threat.

Crypto Mining Firm Receives Bomb Threat Over Noise Level

| Christine Kim

A bomb threat was sent on Saturday to Kryptovault, a Norwegian cryptocurrency mining company, for disturbing the peace.

New Power Rates Approved for Crypto Miners in Upstate New York

| Muyao Shen

A municipal utility provider in New York got the green light from state regulators to create a new set of electricity rates for cryptocurrency miners.

Crypto Market Downturn Puts Drag on High-End GPU Prices

| Muyao Shen

New research suggests that prices for high-end graphics cards – coveted by both cryptocurrency miners and gamers alike – are falling.

UK Cyber Security Division Issues Warning on PC ‘Cryptojacking’

| Nikhilesh De

The UK National Cyber Security Centre highlighted the rising number of browser apps which force computers to mine cryptocurrencies in a new report.

Crimean Government Employees Fined for Mining Bitcoins at Work

| Annaliese Milano

Two former Crimean government employees were fined 30,000 rubles each for using official resources to mine bitcoin.

European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society Mariya Gabriel

EU Can’t Ban Bitcoin Mining Over Energy Concerns, Official Says

| Leigh Cuen

Cryptocurrency mining is perfectly legal in Europe and only subject to standard electricity rules, according to an EU commissioner.


Monero Mining Malware Attack Linked to Egyptian Telecom Giant

| Leigh Cuen

Thousands of devices allegedly affected by malware across Egypt, Turkey and Syria.