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This is how life rolls inside a hige Chinese Bitcoin Mine
posted February 10 2015 18:53.53 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Old school miners lived nothing short of dangerous lives. No one could ever think that a miner's life would be boring. Until now! Bitcoin draws more and more attention. This leads to the creation of companies digging for bitcoins, so called bitcoin mines. Digging for bitcoins requires no hand tools, no TNT, and the worst explosion that could happen is when a capacitor blows up. And generally, life in such mines is b-o-r-i-n-g, waiting for something to happen...

Here is a ten minutes video showing one of China's largest bitcoin mine.




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