Browsing the "HashFast" Tag

California Bankruptcy Judge Says Bitcoin is Property, Not Currency

| Stan Higgins

A US district judge has ruled that bitcoins are a kind of intangible property in an ongoing civil case in California.

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US Bankruptcy Court Set to Weigh in on Bitcoin’s Currency Status

| Stan Higgins

A California bankruptcy court is set to weigh in on when or if bitcoin should be considered a currency in a dispute over a HashFast payment.

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Judge Approves Fraud Claims Against Bitcoin Mining Firm HashFast

| Yessi Bello Perez

A US District Judge has approved claims against bitcoin mining company HashFast and two of its officers.

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Mining Roundup: Bitmain’s Mining Pool Push and a HashFast Auction

| Stan Higgins

This week, Bitmain launches a mining pool, GAWMiners announces Vaultbreaker delays and a court decides to auction HashFast's assets.

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$46k Spent on Bitcoin Mining Hardware: The Final Reckoning

| Dario Di Pardo

Dario Di Pardo spent $46k on bitcoin mining hardware. Which companies came good on their promises?

Mining Roundup: Dividend Coins and a CloudHashing Giveaway

| Stan Higgins

Vault of Satoshi has announced a new cloud mining feature while Alpha Technology and Bitmain have released ASIC updates.

Mining Roundup: BBB Warning, Alpha Technology and a Pool Attack

| Daniel Cawrey

CoinDesk looks at the latest manufacturer updates, a BBB advisory and a pool attack.

Bitcoin Mining Manufacturer HashFast Enters Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

| Stan Higgins

By entering Chapter 11 bankruptcy, HashFast will now work with its creditors and seek a restructuring of its debt.

HashFast Staves Off Involuntary Bankruptcy In San Francisco Court

| Stan Higgins

A federal bankruptcy judge gave HashFast permission to sell some of its stock and hire a chief restructuring officer.


HashFast is Just One Hearing Away From Involuntary Bankruptcy

| Nermin Hajdarbegovic

An emergency hearing in a San Francisco court today could force the miner manufacturer into involuntary Chapter 7 bankruptcy.