Bitcoin Miners Say They Heat Their Houses For Free


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The company is looking to put its crypto mining servers into buildings and use the waste heat from them to help power central heating systems — for free.

private houses, warehouses or greenhouses,” said Heatmine in a.

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And they just heat the atmosphere,” said Dmitry Tolmachyov in a Quartz video, embedded below. “And we say, 'No, the environment! We shouldn'.

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Fakhoury, 38, is part of a contingent of people who say mining bitcoins at home can be profitable and provide them free heat. As the bitcoin.

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in Siberia is building homes that are kept warm for free by mining bitcoins.

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Two entrepreneurs have figured out how to heat their homes for free: bitcoin mining. Bitcoin transactions require a lot of processing power,

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