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Ahhh, the next round of FUD and attacks!! – BBC News, “Bitcoin mining producing tonnes of waste”…… would love to get peoples opinion on this one!

Ahhh, the next round of FUD and attacks!! – BBC News, “Bitcoin mining producing tonnes of waste”…… would love to get peoples opinion on this one!



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  1. Riddle: A network that uses a lot of electronic parts has a lot of electronic waste.

    Am I talking about Apple or Bitcoin?

    If you use a lot of electronics, you will have a lot of electronic waste. Fortunately, a lot of electronic waste can be recycled.

  2. That is not all waste!!! They are recyclable goods. There is a reason why the user class of society just talks about it. While the digital elite put things together for the user. If users have an issue with crypto, a.K.a. DEBIT, then maybe they should just surrender their PDAs (smart device).
    Someone please post a picture of a rain forest next to a money printing machine 🤭.

  3. tldr; Bitcoin mining produces 30,700 tonnes of e-waste annually, equivalent to the small IT equipment waste of a country like the Netherlands, according to researchers. Miners of the cryptocurrency each year produce 272g (9.5oz) per transaction, they said. By comparison, an iPhone 13 weighs 173g (6.1oz). Miners earn money by creating new Bitcoins, but the computing used consumes large amounts of energy.

    *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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