mine

Bitcoin

This Guy Heated Bath Water With Bitcoin Mining and It Worked Too Well

"Lee" used cryptocurrency mining ASICs to heat his bath, which turned the temperature up to 122 Fahrenheit.
Jordan Pearson
5.17.18
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Trump attacks FBI and DOJ ahead of memo release, 12-year-old girl booked after school shooting, Donald Trump Jr. suggests key FBI official was "fired," and more.
VICE Staff
2.2.18
good things

You Can Now Mine Cryptocurrency to Bail People Out of Jail

“The people for whom bail is set haven’t been convicted of anything.”
Jordan Pearson
11.15.17
Fortnite

A 'Fortnite' Cheat Maker Duped Players Into Downloading a Bitcoin Miner

And now he's being sued.
Jordan Pearson
10.19.17
abominations

This NES Mines Bitcoin

Mario isn’t the only one getting coins.
Jordan Pearson
3.8.17
video

Inside the Dark Matter Lab Buried Over a Mile Underground

Motherboard visits SNOLAB, where scientists are searching for dark matter, supernovas, and neutrinos inside an active mine.
MOTHERBOARD STAFF
2.1.17
Stuff

The Struggling Canadian Coal Town Desperate to Return to Its Roots

On Cape Breton Island, where the last coal mine closed in 2001 after years of industry decline, an underwater mine near the 500-person village of Donkin is set to bring coal back.
Katie Toth
10.20.16
Canada

The Uncertain Future of Québec’s Most Beautiful Abandoned Mine

After a vote on Wednesday, Québec might blow up the mine with dynamite.
Brigitte Noël
10.19.16
Film

Short Film Combines Rock Climbing, Brazil, and Sebastião Salgado-Style Visuals

Nicolas Cambier's dialogue-free 'AutoQuartz' follows an escaping miner, telling his tale through body language, sound design, and scenography.
Kevin Holmes
6.13.16
Art

18-Year-Old Photographer Gives a New Lens into Youth Culture

Visual artist Sophie Day talks to us about skaters, fuckboys, and the new face of feminism.
Anthony Pappalardo
4.29.16
Cheese

This Cheesemaker Is Aging Cheddar Down a 90-Metre Coal Mine

As Wales’ steelworks close, entrepreneurs are finding new uses for old industrial structures—including Susan Fiander-Woodhouse, who keeps 20-kilogram metal cases of cheese at the bottom of a Blaenafon mineshaft.
Johanna Derry
4.11.16
Culture

Online Shopping Hides Black Friday’s Real Violence

Hidden supply chains, hidden labour, and hidden violence.
Jordan Pearson
11.27.15
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