BTC.com Domain Sold to GAWMiners for Record $1 Million

BTC.com Domain Sold to GAWMiners for Record $1 Million

This piece has been updated following the official announcement of the sale by Domain Guardians. The final sale price was $1m rather than $1.1m as originally stated by GAWMiners CEO Josh Garza. The domain name BTC.com has been sold to bitcoin mining equipment specialist GAWMiners. It had been on the market for less than a month before GAWMiners chief executive Josh Garza secured the $1m deal. GAWMiners is a relatively large mining hardware vendor. The Connecticut-based firm sells a wide range of SHA-256 and scrypt ASICs, including hardware from Bitmain, Gridseed, Innosilicon, Rock Miner,....


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