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China’s Bitcoin Mining Giant Bitmain Sues MicroBT Whatsminer for $15 Million

It’s the battle of the Bitcoin miners out in the open! In a fresh development on Wednesday, April 7, Chinese Bitcoin mining giant Bitmain has filed a $15 million lawsuit against MicroBT Whatsminer with the Beijing Intellectual Property Court. The court has acknowledged the filing and accepted the case. China’s local news publication IP Economy

It’s the battle of the Bitcoin miners out in the open! In a fresh development on Wednesday, April 7, Chinese Bitcoin mining giant Bitmain has filed a $15 million lawsuit against MicroBT Whatsminer with the Beijing Intellectual Property Court. The court has acknowledged the filing and accepted the case. China’s local news publication IP Economy

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Crypto Companies Eye Public Debut As IPO Frenzy Heats Up

Crypto companies seem to be eager to make their public debut this year as the crypto market crossed the trillion-dollar market cap this bull run. Coinbase was among the first crypto companies to announce their decision to go public with an IPO in the first quarter of 2021. Bakkt became the second prominent crypto firm

Crypto companies seem to be eager to make their public debut this year as the crypto market crossed the trillion-dollar market cap this bull run. Coinbase was among the first crypto companies to announce their decision to go public with an IPO in the first quarter of 2021. Bakkt became the second prominent crypto firm

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Mining Rig Manufacturer MicroBT Prepares for U.S. IPO With Estimated $1 Billion Revenue In 2021

MicroBT, one of China’s biggest mining rig manufacturers of mining equipment is preparing for an Initial Public Offering (IPO) this year in the U.S. Stock market. Founded in 2016, microBT is a relatively new player but the second-largest Bitcoin mining rig manufacturer in China. The company has gained solid market share with its Whatsminer series,

MicroBT, one of China’s biggest mining rig manufacturers of mining equipment is preparing for an Initial Public Offering (IPO) this year in the U.S. Stock market. Founded in 2016, microBT is a relatively new player but the second-largest Bitcoin mining rig manufacturer in China. The company has gained solid market share with its Whatsminer series,

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Two Months to Bitcoin Halving – Analyst Shuns FUD around Effect on Mining Cost

With Bitcoin halving, now only two months away, the current price of Bitcoin threatens the break-even cost for miners. This presents a scenario for large scale exits from miners. Nevertheless, according to leading analyst, mining is a large scale business and ‘respectfully disagrees’ with any FUD around miner capitulation. Bitcoin around $8000 is at the

With Bitcoin halving, now only two months away, the current price of Bitcoin threatens the break-even cost for miners. This presents a scenario for large scale exits from miners. Nevertheless, according to leading analyst, mining is a large scale business and ‘respectfully disagrees’ with any FUD around miner capitulation. Bitcoin around $8000 is at the

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Bitmain-MicroBT Saga Continues As Chinese Police Arrest MicroBT CEO; Here’s Why!

Per a recent update, the Chinese Police have arrested Yang Zipping, ex-employee of Bitmain and CEO of its arch-rival MicroBT, maker of WhatsMiner Bitcoin miners. Will Bitmain-MicroBT Case Re-open? Sources further reveal that Yang has been taken into custody over issues involving the intellectual property rights of Bitmain. Interestingly, he was one of the engineers

Per a recent update, the Chinese Police have arrested Yang Zipping, ex-employee of Bitmain and CEO of its arch-rival MicroBT, maker of WhatsMiner Bitcoin miners. Will Bitmain-MicroBT Case Re-open? Sources further reveal that Yang has been taken into custody over issues involving the intellectual property rights of Bitmain. Interestingly, he was one of the engineers