China’s escalated crypto mining crackdown sparks a new round of cat and mouse play

Oct 13, 2021 | The Block News | 0 comments


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  • Chinese authorities have developed sophisticated methods of cracking down on smaller, more discreet mining operations. 
  • These smaller scale miners still have ways of evading detection, including striking deals with existing industrial factories, but the net is closing in. 

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