Time is Money: Why Every Second Counts in Crypto Mining – by Marco Streng

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When I mentioned to a journalist that we were chartering 747’s to speed up the delivery of our miners — I didn’t think it was a big deal.

But as soon as I mentioned this fact, it quickly became the focus of the story which then spread across dozens of media outlets including Business Insider, Quartz, and many more.

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Top 10 Podcasts to Keep a Pulse on the Future of Cryptocurrency

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We’re excited about the future of digital currency here at Genesis Mining, and we want you to be too. We’ve compiled a list of our favorite podcasts that cover Bitcoin, blockchain technology, and cryptocurrencies, so that you can learn the industry or keep up with it on-the-go.

Hear stories from experts in the cryptocurrency field, thought leaders on the future of money, investment experts on crypto in the marketplace, or crypto fans bantering and having a little fun. There’s something on this list for everyone. Read more

Why We Mine and Hold – by Marco Streng

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Eight years ago, I was at university studying to become a mathematician. For my entire life, mathematics had been my passion and I was a few short years away from turning it into a promising career. But in 2012 my entire life plan changed. This was the year I first discovered Bitcoin, and from that moment on, it was all I could think about.

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Facts About The California Gold Rush – Money Talks 9.

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Americans still pay tribute to the California Gold Rush, both through the existence of the San Francisco 49ers football team and the way the phrase “gold rush” is still used today to indicate a windfall or frenzy (people use that term, don’t they?) But how much do you actually know about the California Gold Rush of 1849? And how much do you suspect younger generations know about this defining era in American history, for that matter?

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Bitcoin Mining and China: Everything You Need to Know

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China can’t seem to make up its mind on Bitcoin. In 2013, the People’s Bank of China prohibited financial institutions from using Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies for transactions, yet Bitcoin itself was not made illegal. In April 2019, Bitcoin mining was on the list of “wasteful” industries which were to be eliminated, yet disappeared from the list in November. That was possibly because a month before, Chinese President Xi Jinping announced that the country would go all-in on blockchain technology, in order to be a world leader in the space — yet cryptocurrencies, which feature blockchain technology at its core, weren’t mentioned.

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