Bitcoin miners rush to leave China following regulatory clampdown

Nicholas Fearn
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Bitcoin miners are leaving China as strict regulations start to bite

A number of the biggest Bitcoin mining companies are rushing to move their operations overseas as China continues to clamp down on cryptocurrencies. According to Bloomberg, some of the world's m...

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