BitFury Exploring Options in Bitcoin Cloud Mining Market

BitFury Exploring Options in Bitcoin Cloud Mining Market

Bitcoin mining company BitFury is looking to enter the cloud mining market. BitFury has given no indication as to when its proposed cloud mining offering would launch. However, it outlined how it would provide hardware to partners, only adding supply based on demand, rather than selling hashing power without limit. CEO Valery Vavilov told CoinDesk: "We are working on such a solution for the cloud market." The statements follow hints made by the BitFury CEO at the The North American Bitcoin Conference in Miami earlier this month, when Vavilov discussed the "opportunity" he saw in the....


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