Mathew Di Salvo
Bitcoin Miner Facing $5.6M Fine for Starting Rogue Power Plant
The miner had set up four 1.25 MW generators at one site, tapping into a dormant natural gas well to mine bitcoins without anybody's approval.
How Green Is 'Green' Bitcoin Mining?
Amid heated debate over the environmental impact of cryptocurrencies, miners are trying to shake the perception that helping Bitcoin kills the planet.
People Are Spending Millions of Dollars on Loot for Games That Don't Exist
"Loot" is the latest NFT craze, but whether any of the projects will ever result in a playable game is anybody's guess.
A Critic of El Salvador's Bitcoin Law Was Arrested Allegedly Without a Warrant
The arrest of cryptocurrency expert and Bitcoin law critic Mario Gómez sparked a social media campaign before he was eventually released.
Hacker Returns Half of Stolen $600M In Cryptocurrency, Asks for Donations
The Poly Network hack is a big, expensive mess, and the hits keep coming.
Cryptocurrency Lost Big In Senate Infrastructure Bill Provision. Now What?
The industry and lawmakers fought to narrow reporting and information-collecting requirements, but failed in the Senate. Now, the future is uncertain.
Miami Launches 'MiamiCoin' to Make Millions and Fund the Police
Miami's mayor has said returns from the city's new cryptocurrency could be used to "eliminate homelessness" and for "increasing the police force."