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Construction begins for nuclear powered bitcoin mining facility in Northeast Pennsylvania

Construction begins for nuclear powered bitcoin mining facility in Northeast Pennsylvania



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  1. Do you have any idea how long, expensive, and complicated it is to get a nuclear plant up and running?

    Well, I don’t, because this article is restricted in my part of the world. Thanks for protecting me from this information, Big Government!

  2. No where in the article does it mention Nuclear. Also, they broke ground on phase 1, a data center. Phase 2 is bitcoin and is just planned.

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    Did you actually read it before you posted it?

  3. >Cumulus Coin, a subsidiary of Talen, is driving the convergence between
    blockchain applications and carbon-free electricity.  Cumulus Coin
    intends to create sustainable bitcoin at industrial scale by mining
    zero-carbon coins with the appropriate regulatory overlay in a secure
    location in the United States. The first two Cumulus Coin mining facilities, totaling 300 Megawatts, will be located at the flagship Susquehanna
    digital campus powered by >1 Gigawatt of ultra-reliable,
    carbon-free, 24×7 nuclear power. The first Cumulus Coin mining building
    is anticipated to commence operations in the second half of 2022.  For
    more information, visit: https://cumuluscoin.com

    https://talenenergy.investorroom.com/2021-09-21-Talen-Energy-Corporation-and-Cumulus-Growth-Secure-175-Million-of-Capital-from-Orion-Energy-Partners

  4. > It will be a large building that will house many computers. That will be used to store data for major companies like google and amazon and apple,”

    Because Google and Amazon buy space in random data centers instead of building their own 🤦‍♂️

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