Tag: poolin

Jun 09 2021

Chinese Crypto Miners Register Severe Crash of Bitcoin (BTC) Hashrate Amid Crackdown

Amid severe crackdown from the Chinese regulators, local Bitcoin (BTC) miners have started pulling the plugs and discontinuing their operations. Because of these restriction policies, the BTC hashrate at some of the biggest Chinese crypto miners...

May 04 2021

Two Largest Bitcoin Mining Pools Antpool and Poolin add Taproot Support

Taproot, the latest major upgrade on the Bitcoin network since 2017 has started to gain traction among miners and mining pools. Two of the largest...

Feb 08 2021

Chinese Mining Pool Poolin Acquires North American Competitor NovaBlock

China-based mining pool Poolin, which contributes the second-largest amount of hash rate of any single entity on the Bitcoin network, has acquired NovaBlock, a North American pool with offices in St. Jose, California and Calgary, Canada. The takeover will net Poolin an additional 1,681.83 petahashes per second (PH/s) in mining capacity, per data from BTC.com...

Feb 01 2021

Jan 14 2021

Bitcoin Miners Aren’t Responsible for Recent Price Dips, Data Shows

Analysts and mining pools say selling pressure from mining wallets hasn't contributed to recent corrections in bitcoin's price.

Nov 24 2020

Nov 19 2020

Majority of Bitcoin Hashrate Signals Support for Taproot Scaling, Privacy Upgrade

Nov 19 2020 Published at CoinDesk under tags  antpool bitcoin mining f2pool markets poolin

Over 50% of Bitcoin's hashrate now supports the "uncontroversial" upgrade.

Nov 16 2020

Poolin Launches Initiative To Activate Taproot, Encouraging Other Mining Pools To Join

Top 2 Bitcoin mining pool Poolin wants Taproot, and hopes other pools do too. Poolin, the Chinese mining pool that currently controls around 13 percent of all hash power on the Bitcoin network, is preparing for...

Nov 11 2020

Bitcoin Hashrate Rebounds as Asian Miners Bring Machines Back Online

Nov 11 2020 Published at CoinDesk under tags  bitcoin mining f2pool hashrate luxor markets

After moving machines out of Sichuan, miners are bringing ASICs back online.

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