Adam Ortolf

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Jan 04 2022

Denver’s Derivative — How To Gauge The Price Of A Bitcoin ASIC

Jan 04 2022 Published at Bitcoin Magazine under tags  asics marty's bent mining technical

An incredibly interesting way to figure out the value of an ASIC given its consumption and profitability over an extended period of time.This article is to serve as nothing more than a contribution to the bitcoin mining community.I’m not a mathematician.I’m not a statistician nor a certified economist.I’m just a bitcoin miner, a builder, and a freethinker that loves...

Dec 30 2020

Mining, Institutional Adoption And Community Voice Defined Bitcoin’s 2020

Dec 30 2020 Published at Bitcoin Magazine under tags  uncategorized

2020 was unforgettable, especially for Bitcoin. To help memorialize this year for our readers, we asked our network of contributors to reflect on Bitcoin’s price action, technological development, community growth and more in 2020, and to reflect on what all of this might mean for 2021. These writers responded with a collection of thoughtful and thought-provoking articles. Click here...

Nov 05 2020

How Bitcoin Shakes The Energy Industry

On August 28, 2020, oil and gas giant Equinor announced that it would be cutting its future flared gas volumes and bringing waste-gas to market by generating electricity and mining on the Bitcoin network. Equinor’s plans involve partnering with Denver-based firm Crusoe Energy Systems – Digital Flaring Technology. Five months before Equinor’s announcement (on March 5,...

Oct 22 2020

PayPal Brings Users To Bitcoin, But Not The Bitcoin Network

Oct 22 2020 Published at Bitcoin Magazine under tags  adoption cash app paypal

News broke on the morning of October 21 2020, that PayPal would grant its users the ability to purchase, sell and hold bitcoin within its app. PayPal’s stock price rose 4.65 percent on the news, and the bitcoin price continued its rise from $11,400 to $12,700 by midday. There is no denying that PayPal is a monster in the mobile and digital payment...

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