Crypto mining is a computationally intensive process that requires high processing power as well as high electricity consumption. The miner who solves the puzzle first places the next block on the blockchain and claims the rewards. However, to stand a chance of earning a block reward requires massive computing power,Read More →

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Financial regulators in South Korea have asked banks to provide information on their dealings with cryptocurrency companies, local media reported Wednesday, as authorities seek to determine how many cryptocurrency exchanges are operating at within the country’s borders. An anonymous regulator has asked banks to reveal the corporate accounts of cryptocurrencyRead More →