Malaysian police have carried out several raids against illegal electricity consumption, during which they have seized 1,069 bitcoin mining equipment. And she dealt with them in her own way, as you can see for yourself. She spread them out in the parking lot and crushed them with a roller. This is a completely different approach than China’s seized PCs, which then sell them at various auctions.
Server server Dayak Daily stated that the value of confiscated computer reports amounted to about 5.3 million Malaysian ringgits, which according to the current exchange rate is more than 27.3 million crowns.
The miners have been stealing electricity for two million dollars over the past few months. And it was the high consumption that activated the police. The mining of cryptocurrencies in Malaysia is not illegal. However, the state has strict laws regarding energy consumption.
According to Cambridge Bitcoin Electricity Consumption, Malaysia accounts for only 3.44 percent of global bitcoin mining. The first is China (46%), the second the USA (16%), followed by Kazakhstan (8%) and Russia (6%).
Source: PCTuning – Všechen obsah by pctuning.cz.
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