The Chinese clampdown on electricity theft has results in a conviction…
We’ve seen a collection of cases over the past year of individuals who have hooked up to other people’s electricity supply, in order to fuel cryptocurrency mining rigs. The power-intense crypto mining machines can run up sizeable electricity bills, and let’s just say that some people have been trying to find ways around paying then.
One man in China in particular had found a way. Xu Xinghua, who comes from the country’s Shanxi province, had discovered a method by which he

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