Three reasons why China will “lose its grip” on Bitcoin mining as political tensions mount

Three reasons why China will “lose its grip” on Bitcoin mining as political tensions mount

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Weeks after the Bitcoin halving in mid-May, miners are seemingly moving out of China and into Europe — with one prominent mining pool stating geopolitical tensions between the United States and China are a major catalyst.

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