If the underground operation had overloaded the power grid, it could have caused huge disruption to vital frontline infrastructure.
More than 30 Japanese crypto firms still service Russian users despite laws that attempted to rule out sanction evasion via digital assets.
Marathon Digital has plugged 25% of its Bitcoin miners into a third-party pool to keep things going after a storm hit its Montana plant.
The Swiss-registered firm says sanctions are based on ‘untrue’ and ‘unfounded’ claims. And it may hit back with charges of its own.
Mining Capital Coin’s Luiz Capuci Jr siphoned $11 million of investor funds into his own crypto wallets to buy sports cars, a yacht, and real estate.
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