L’elettricità impiegata nel mining di Bitcoin è uno dei grandi temi che circondano il mondo delle “cripto”. Una cosa è certa: l’energia richiesta non è poca, in quanto le valute richiedono una grande quantità di calcoli hash per processare le transazioni finanziarie. Puntualmente emergono delle stime in merito ai consumi legati a questa attività e l’ultima in ordine di tempo giunge da Ales de Vries, data consultant & blockchain specialist di PwC.

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