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Cleanspark Acquires 1,061 Bitcoin Miners

 On Thursday, publicly listed bitcoin miner Cleanspark announced that it has added 93 petahs per second (PH/s) from

Hash power to the company’s existing operations by acquiring 1,061 Whatsminer M30S bitcoin mining platform. The acquisition came

ASIC's latest purchase on the heels of Cleanspark's recent purchase of 1,800 Antminer S19 XP units "at a reduced price."


Cleanspark buys 2 bulk orders for ASIC miners in 30 days at a discount

Amid the crypto market downturn, bitcoin miner Cleanspark has bought two bulk orders of bitcoin miners

during the past thirty days. Cleanspark, Inc. (Nasdaq: CLSK) said Thursday that the company has purchased 1,061 devices

Whatsminer M30S bitcoin mining. Whatsminer M30S series is manufactured by Microbt and equals the number of machines

1061 to 93 petahs per second (PH/s) of hash power.

Cleanspark detailed that 93 PH/s have already been added to existing operations and machines are currently mining bitcoin.

(BTC) at the company's renewable energy-powered co-location facility. CEO explained

Bitcoin miner Zach Bradford said the company is seeing “unprecedented opportunities in this market.” According to Cleanspark, the company managed

From buying Whatsminer devices at a much lower price than they were selling devices a few months ago.

The bitcoin miner further indicated that the 1800 Antminer S19 XP bitcoin miner that was acquired

On them in mid-June were also purchased at a discount. Bradford said: “Our mixed tried-and-true approach to identifying

The co-location of our machines with the expansion of our mining facilities puts us in an excellent position to grow our Bitcoin mining capacity

sustainable in what is shaping up to be a great market for builders” following the acquisition of the ASIC device.

Cleanspark says the company's Bitcoin production has grown by 50% in 6 months

With the crypto winter and the macroeconomic climate lowering the value of bitcoin, it is very likely that bitcoin miners will

Strugglers sell large quantities of mining hardware to get discounts. At the end of June, the co-founder of Luxor

Technologies That $4 Billion of Loans Backed by Crypto Mining Platforms Are Very Close to Risk of Default

reimbursement. Moreover, strategists at JPMorgan, led by Nikolaos Panegirzoglu, published a note on Wednesday that

The cost of producing bitcoin has fallen from $24,000 at the beginning of June 2022, to today's estimate of about $13,000.

Cleanspark revealed that the company's computing power has increased by 47% over the past six months and that the company's bitcoin production has grown

by 50%. “These KPIs underscore the fact that our growth is outpacing the global retail rate, particularly our viability

Top of the grid difficulty adjustments. We believe that our operational strategy focusing on efficiency, uptime and execution will allow

These metrics are constantly improving,” Bradford added.

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