NYC Bitcoin Center Now Selling CoinTerra Bitcoin Mining Hardware

NYC Bitcoin Center Now Selling CoinTerra Bitcoin Mining Hardware

The New York City Bitcoin Center on 40 Broad Street - just one hundred feet away from the New York Stock Exchange - is more than just home to bitcoin-related events now. The center is entering the world of retail. Yes, retail. The organization today announced that they'll be serving as a the sole retail location for CoinTerra's TerraMiner IV device in a partnership that will allow New Yorkers to easily pick up a miner (provided they have the money to pay for it, of course). "We are delighted that CoinTerra, America's leading Bitcoin mining hardware company, has chosen Bitcoin Center NYC,....


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