Canada-based blockchain and crypto company DMG Blockchain Solutions has energized most of its 85 megawatt crypto mining facility in British Columbia.
Canadian blockchain and cryptocurrency company DMG Blockchain Solutions Inc. has energized its new crypto mining facility, according to an announcement published Nov. 8. DMG states that the facility will start at 60 megawatts, and can expand its capacity up to 85 megawatts.DMG Blockchain Solutions initially revealed its plans to launch the station in July, stating that  their crypto mining operation will be implemented on an industrial

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