The efforts being put to effectively regulate the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry could see the Balkans leap big. The region only needs an effective regulatory framework on the disruptive technology if it is to boom.
If you ever thought only gold, diamond, or oil were found underneath the ground, you might be wrong in the 21st Century world as recent cases of bitcoin mining have proved that crypto mines equally do well underground. Chinese police have discovered an illegal Bitcoin mining farm beneath a cemetery.
As the 3rd Bitcoin halving event scheduled for March 12 nears, many countries are rethinking their opinion on crypto mining. Sichuan, which initially banned crypto production, is now backing it and will lower electricity cost for miners.
On April 24, The governor of Kentucky endorsed a six-member Blockchain Technology Working Group charged with the responsibility of examining the applicability of blockchain technology for safeguarding the various utility sectors including electricity, water, telecom, and more.
There is a blockchain-based project in Korea that combines distributed ledger technology (DLT) and renewable energy. This project is potentially able to solve problems and issues of the modern renewable energy industry.
The transition to a new energy balance and sustainability passes through a new management of the networks, or rather a new conception of the networks themselves. And a key role for this new perspective can be played by the cryptocurrency, blockchain and distributed ledger technology (DLT).
Popular technology entrepreneur Elon Reeve Musk has rerolled out Tesla’s residential solar-power service, a new step for electricity users. Tesla is now planning to initiate its solar-panel business by allowing clients rent their rooftop systems instead of purchasing them.
Police detectives in the Chinese City of Zhenjiang recently confiscated about 4,000 bitcoin mining computers. According to the police, the miners illegally connected their mining machine to the Electricity grid. Further report indicates that electricity worth more than $3m was illegally used for mining.