Cryptocurrency millionaire and a consumer protection lawyer, Jeffrey Berns, has recently announced a new plan that might have a strong impact on the blockchain development. Berns is also a CEO of a firm called Blockchains LLC. This is a company that bought over 67,000 acres in northern Nevada earlier this year. The deal has cost around $170 million, and the reason behind the purchase remained unknown until now.
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