10,000 Bitcoin mining machines ‘illegally moved’ from Bitmain mining farm


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10,000 Bitcoin mining machines ‘illegally moved’ from Bitmain mining farm


La lutte pour le pouvoir en cours entre les cofondateurs du fabricant de matériel minier de crypto-monnaie Bitmain, Micree Zhan et Jihan Wu, aurait vu 10 000 plates-formes minières Bitcoin être «illégalement déplacées» d'une installation appartenant à l'entreprise en Mongolie.

According to a post on Bitmain-owned Antminer’s WeChat channel, former staff have moved 10,000 Antminer mining machines out of the mining facility. The machines, which include the flagship S9 models as well as the S17 and T17 miners, were reportedly relocated in July and caused “serious economic losses to the company and to customers.”

The incident was reportedly reported to authorities as some of the mining machines were owned by customers of Bitmain who chose to operate and house their mining equipment on its mining farms, while sharing its income. In an article published on Bitmain’s Weibo account, Micree Zhan accused Wu of being responsible for the “illegal transfer” of bitcoin mining machines.

At the center of the conflict between the two co-founders is the position of Bitmain’s legal representative. In October 2019, Wu ousted Zhan, in a move the latter claimed to be an offer for an “illegal power outlet.”









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