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Megtalálták a világ legnagyobb aranytartalékát, jöhet az arany leértékelődése?

Oroszországban és Iránban is nemrégiben nagyméretű aranykészleteket tártak fel. Az orosz lelőhelyen talán a világ legnagyobb aranytartalékát fedezték fel. A feltárások várhatóan az arany világpiaci árának csökkenését is eredményezhetik. A Sukhoi Log-i felfedezés Oroszországban Szibériában 76 milliárd dollár értékű aranyat talált Oroszország legnagyobb aranykitermelő vállalata, a Polyus. A cég állítása szerint a most feltárt mennyiség a világ legnagyobb aranytartaléka is egyben. A Sukhoi Logban található ásványkincs vagyon mérete hatalmas. Körülbelül 40 millió uncia (több mint 1133 tonna) bizonyítottan feltárható készletet tartalmaz, amelynek aranytartalma átlagosan 2,3 gramm/tonnára tehető a nemzetközi JORC szabvány szerint elkészült értékelés alapján. A Polyus vezérigazgatója, Pavel Grachev…

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Even as Government Compresses Down on Mining Iran Is Ripe for Bitcoin Acceptance.

Iran-based bitcoiner Zahra Amini was rummage-sale to replying inquiries on cryptocurrencies, but typically around their connection with the crime. So when a 70-year-old man lately requested her to clarify crypto because he no lengthier required to trust on the national rial, Amini felt somewhat had changed. Amini told CoinDesk ‘If people that age are rational about storing their wealth in anything rather than the national rial, it’s because they are just down confidence in it, and more and more people are looking for alternatives’. Bitcoin is progressively pertinent in Iran as the country suffers from an economic recession powered by…

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Iran to Provide Crypto Miners With More Electricity Subsidies

The Iranian government has continued its crusade to support the country’s fledging crypto mining space. In its latest show of help, Tehran has announced a program that will allow miners to access a significant surplus of energy. A Great Time to be an Iranian Crypto Miner According to reports from local news media, the Iranian Thermal Power Plant Holding Company (TPPH) has announced a plan to provide three power plants’ electricity output to miners in the country. The program, which will be conducted after a tender, improves miners’ access to one of their most fundamental resources, thus improving their overhead…

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Three Iran-Based Power Plants Will Sell Crypto Miners Their Electricity

Thermal Power Plant Holding Company (TPPH) stands as the owner and operator of various power plants across the country of Iran. In a statement made on Monday, TPPH made it clear that crypto miners would be able to buy electricity from three of its power stations. These power stations in question, have enough power output to supply half of New York City. This announcement came by way of the Tehran Times. Three Power Plants Available For Crypto Miners Mohsen Tarztalab stands as the head of TPPH, and gave a public statement about the matter at large. In his statement, he…

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Iran Grants Bitcoin Miners Exclusive Access To Electricity From Three Power Plants

Iran has granted bitcoin miners exclusive access to electricity generated from three power plants for their mining activities, according to state power utility Thermal Power Plant Holding Company (TPPH). Mohsen Tarztalab, managing director of TPPH, told a local news agency on Monday that the “necessary equipment has been installed in three power plants of Ramin, Neka and Shahid Montazeri.” The government firm, which is responsible for the development and operation of thermal-based electric power plants, will now proceed to issue out tenders for the three projects, whose “documents will be uploaded on the SetadIran.ir website in the near future,” said…

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Iran to Support Bitcoin and Crypto Miners By Offering Output of 3 Power Plants

The latest news coming out of Iran points to growing support for Bitcoin and cryptocurrency miners in the country. Miners will now have access to the electricity output from three power plants to mint digital assets, courtesy of Iran’s Thermal Power Plant Holding Company (TPPH). Tender For Bitcoin, Crypto Miners To Leverage Output of 3 Power Plants According to today’s report from an Iranian local daily, the country’s Thermal Power Plant Holding Company (TPPH) will hold a tender to offer the electricity output of three power plants for cryptocurrency miners. TPPH head Mohsen Tarztalab said: The Necessary equipment has been…

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Iran’s crypto mines could be used to help fund car imports

It seems that the private sector is not satisfied with the country’s local fiat money. According to ArzDigital, Gholam Hossein Mozaffari, CEO of the Kish Free Zone Organization, hopes that the Iranian government will approve a proposal to use crypto funds, such as Bitcoin (BTC), to pay for car imports on Kish Island in Iran. The decision will fall to the Central Bank of Iran, who has said in the past that this type of funding would not be possible due to the hyperinflation of the rial — the nation’s currency.  Mozaffari told local media outlets that the issue of…

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Bitcoin’s Energy Consumption Rises as Mining Ramps Up Worldwide

Amongst the many criticisms that Bitcoin has faced over the years, energy consumption and environmental impact have been two of the most prominent. Those who continue to hammer the leading cryptocurrency on these issues now have more fodder to chew on, as things appear to be worsening. Energy Consumption on the Constant Rise Since Halving Data from Diginomist, a platform that tracks the entire Bitcoin network’s estimated power consumption, shows that Bitcoin is currently on track to use 67.927 terawatt-hours (TWh) per year of electricity. The peak, which stands at 68.916 TWh per year, was set on September 4. The data…

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Geopolitical risks prevail as new players emerge in the crypto mining space

China is not the only country that wants control of this highly coveted industry. Taras Kulyk, Senior Vice President of Blockchain Business Development at Core Scientific, says that the countries competing to become leaders in the Blockchain space vary greatly in what they can offer to crypto miners. During an interview with Cointelegraph, Kulyk stated that global diversification of hashrate has been increasing as countries around the world vie for control of the crypto mining industry. Kulyk believes that China has been a desirable hub for crypto mining due to specific factors it enjoys, specifically the low cost of labor,…

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Iran’s Government Has Taken Down More Than A Thousand Crypto Farms

Iran’s power provider, Tavanir, had managed to shut down 1,100 crypto mining farms within the country thanks to the help of whistleblowers. According to the allegations, these crypto farms were operating without the proper licensing for the country. Stealing Subsidized Power Tavanir stated that these miners were using “high levels” of the country’s subsidized electricity. Even so, the report about the matter clarified that no significant changes regarding the consumption of electricity were reported, either. The local authorities highlighted this as the reason why whistleblowers are paramount within the country, as Tavanir can’t detect all illegal farming operations purely by…

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The Bitcoin Network Now Consumes 7 Nuclear Plants Worth of Power

The SHA256 hashrate that secures the Bitcoin network has grown massively during the last few years, as Bitcoin’s processing power has touched all-time highs in 2020. Moreover, the gigawatts of electrical consumption powering industrial bitcoin mining today consumes as much as seven nuclear power plants. Bitcoin mining is a process where groups of miners compete in order to capture as many block rewards as they can. Bitcoin miners essentially plug machines into the wall that consume electricity in order to hash away at the Bitcoin network’s consensus algorithm so they can outpace competitors. Hashrate is how analysts measure the amount…

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The Iranian government took down over a thousand crypto mining farms

Iran is rewarding people who turn in crypto miners operating without a license. Whistleblowers helped Tavanir, Iran’s power company, shut down 1100 crypto mining farms that were allegedly operating without the proper licenses. Although Tavanir says that some of the miners were using “high levels” of subsidized electricity, their report clarified that no significant changes were spotted in terms of electricity consumption. Local authorities said that this is why they had to rely on whistleblowers, noting that Tavanir “cannot detect all illegal farms solely by studying their consumption patterns.”Individuals who provided information leading to the detection of unauthorized miners received 100…

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Iran Shuts Down 1,100 Illegal Bitcoin Miners; Whistleblowers Rewarded $2,400

Iran’s Power Generation, Distribution, and Transmission Company (Tavanir) has reportedly shut down 1,100 illegal bitcoin mining farms in the country, local media reported. Whistle-blowers tipped off authorities on unauthorized miners following a July announcement of rewards including 100 million rials (about $2,400). Tavanir deputy head Mostafa Rajabi Mashhadi told Fars News Agency that the blitz on unlawful crypto mining had been previously limited because the power company “cannot detect all illegal farms solely by studying their consumption patterns.” Iran’s bitcoin (BTC) miners welcomed authorization in July last year, but subsequently complained about high power tariffs. Some have started operating underground…

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Chinese Bitcoin Miners Develop Strong Relationships and Crypto Mining Facilities in Iran

During the last few months, crypto proponents have focused their attention on Iran. The Iranian President Hassan Rouhani initiated a new mining strategy last May, and the government-licensed 14 bitcoin mining farms in July. According to the Chinese mining operation Lubian, it claims to operate one of these regulated bitcoin mining farms in the oil-rich nation. The Cambridge Bitcoin Electricity Consumption Index or “Bitcoin Mining Map” attempts to visualize the geographic distribution of global Bitcoin hashrate. Iran is the sixth most powerful country in terms of global hashrate. Of course, China consumes a vast amount of the global hashrate and…

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Iran Urges People To Invest In Oil, Winklevoss Say Try BTC First

Iran urges its citizens to invest in oil in a scheme that will pre-sell 220 million barrels according to the latest reports, by the value of oil took quite the beating this year. However, the Winklevoss twins are saying that people should try investing in Bitcoin first so let’s find out more in the upcoming Bitcoin news. Iran urges its citizens to invest their money in oil as the president Hassan Rouhani explained during a televised cabinet meeting that the US dollar and gold are not really the right assets to be investing. Oil, however, and stock market are. The…

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Irán arra kéri állampolgárait, hogy fektessenek olajba – Winklevoss lebeszéli őket

Irán a lakosságot arra ösztönzi, hogy fektesse a megtakarított pénzét olajba. A bökkenő viszont az, hogy az olaj ára idén óriásit zuhant, néhány hónapja pedig mínuszba fordult. Cameron Winklevoss bitcoin milliárdos az iráni kormány propagandájára azonnal reagált és lebeszélte az állampolgárokat az olajról, mint befektetési eszközről.  Nehéz idők járnak Iránra Hassan Rouhani iráni elnök azt mondta szerdán a kabinet ülésén, hogy az amerikai dollár és az arany „nem azok az eszközök, amikbe be kellene fektetni, az olaj és a tőzsde viszont azok.” Irán gazdasága komoly megpróbáltatásokon ment keresztül az utóbbi időben a koronavírus-járványtól kezdve az Egyesült Államok szankcióin át a…

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