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Crypto News Roundup for Oct. 26, 2021
With some traders starting to rotate profits into altcoins and a look at what two nuclear scientists have to say about how to make bitcoin mining more environmentally friendly, CoinDesk’s Markets Daily is back with the latest news roundup.
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Want Cleaner Bitcoin Mining? Subsidize It
Politicians who complain about bitcoin’s environmental impact should consider a little Pigovian economics.
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El Salvador’s President: ‘First Steps’ Being Made to Power Bitcoin Mining With Volcanic Energy
Nayib Bukele tweeted a video showing progress towards an idea he first floated in June.
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Singapore Startup Sells Carbon Neutrality Tokens Backed by Chinese Carbon Credits
China launched its carbon trading market in July.
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Genesis Digital Assets Raises $431M for Expansion
Paradigm led the funding round, which included other venture heavyweights.
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Blockstream to Pilot Renewable Bitcoin Mining Facility With Australia’s Macquarie Group
The bitcoin company said it has ambitions to scale to new sites as infrastructure is further developed. The first site will be in the U.S.
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More Energy-Efficient Blockchains Are Possible. Here's How
Proof-of-stake networks offer decentralization and security while using a fraction of the energy of proof-of-work chains like Bitcoin's. They are the future, says CasperLabs' CTO.
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Facts and Misinformation About ‘Green Bitcoin,’ With Jonathan Koomey
How much electricity does bitcoin actually consume? Is it a lot, and compared to what? Is buying carbon offsets a good way to make your bitcoin “green”? Listen as Anna, Ben and Danny discuss these complicated topics with Jonathan Koomey.
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CoinDesk Research: Does Bitcoin Have an Energy Problem?
Bitcoin does consume a lot of energy, but it also incentivizes renewable energy through improving economics and distribution.
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California Agency Backs Green-Energy Pilot Using RSK’s Bitcoin Smart Contracts
The California Energy Commission is funding an experimental market for carbon credit trading on the RSK blockchain, which runs on top of Bitcoin.
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