USI-tech, a bitcoin mining company that has its headquarters in the United Arab Emirates, has promised to return and reopen its services for North American customers, according to a statement provided by them on their website.
The company has had prior regulatory issues in Texas, Washington, Minnesota and Hawaii, because the company’s compensation structure and marketing approaches were very questionable.  As a consequence, USI decided to halt its services for North American Customers until further notice.
Company president Horst Jicha is keeping the promise he made in an interview six days ago

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