Jasmine Technology stock's 2021 surge is the most among global tech companies valued over $2 billion, according to Bloomberg.
That means about 18.9 million bitcoins out of the maximum supply of 21 million are now on the open market, according to Blockchain.com data.
If migrating birds land on Montana's Berkeley Pit for just a few hours, they die. Now, miners use a rifle, drones, and lasers to scare them away.
As crystals explode in popularity, collectors are paying millions, cutting museums out of the industry. So how'd the Smithsonian land a giant quartz?
Crypto miner Riot Blockchain said on Wednesday it had mined 346% more bitcoin in September this year than last year, but isn't selling it.
24-year old Rahul Rai, who became a millionaire when he sold his crypto fund this year, believes the avalanche blockchain could be number one.
The crisis has begun to spill into the operations of US companies that make goods in China, including Apple and Tesla.
Just over half of Australia's airports were busier during the last financial year than pre-pandemic, an analysis of air traffic data has revealed.
AI firm KoBold has teamed up with mining giant BHP to search for four key electric-vehicle metals in Australia, KoBold CEO Kurt House told Insider.
Ishaan and Aanya Thakur mine bitcoin, ether, and ravencoin from their home and a rented-out data center in Dallas, he told CNBC.
Coal is one of the largest targets in the divestment movement and transition to cleaner energy. But China and India are upping its production and use.
KoBold Metals, backed by billionaires Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates, will hunt for metals needed for electric vehicles with mining firm BlueJay.
Kobald Metals, backed by billionaires Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates, will hunt for metals needed for electric vehicles with mining firm BlueJay.
The ban on mining operations in China has actually helped bitcoin move towards its goal of becoming a more decentralized network.
Core Scientific is one of North America's largest crypto miners and mined 1,683 bitcoins total.
The clear culprit is China, where the government's anti-crypto stance has forced mining operations to shutter from Sichuan to Xinjiang.
Cryptocurrencies and stablecoins have boomed in 2021, and the world's central banks are increasingly keen on creating their own digital currencies.
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