Mining

Solar Alliance announced Star Trek icon, actor William Shatner, as their celebrity spokesperson for the startup: using the sun’s energy to power bitcoin mining. This isn’t Mr. Shatner’s first encounter with cryptocurrency, and even still he readily admits not understanding what it is he’s shilling.
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William Shatner Boldly Goes Where a lot of People Have Already Gone
Maybe some of Captain James T. Kirk’s maverick character on the kitchy television show, Star Trek, rubbed off on the

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