Recently, the cryptocurrency mining community has been shaken with rumors of Chinese miners leaving Iran — where crypto mining is authorized as an industrial activity…View More Is Central Asia the New Safe Haven for Crypto Mining Amid Iran-US Crisis?
Australia-based blockchain energy firm Power Ledger has purchased a 250 kilowatt (kW) photovoltaic system that will utilize a blockchain-based data management and settlement system. Per…View More Power Ledger Integrates Blockchain-Based Energy Auditing in Solar Power Asset
Australian blockchain energy firm Power Ledger and Indian electricity distribution company BSES Rajdhani Power Limited (BRPL) have completed a peer-to-peer (P2P) solar power trading trial…View More Power Ledger Completes Peer-to-Peer Solar Energy Trading Trial in India
Australian blockchain energy firm Power Ledger has partnered with a local energy retailer to roll out its technology in South Australia. Power Ledger’s blockchain-based software…View More Power Ledger Strikes Deal to Roll Out Blockchain in South Australia
Energy blockchain applications are expected to see a 67% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) over the next ten years, according to new research. Annual market…View More New Research: Energy DLT Apps’ CAGR to Surge 67% Over the Next Decade
Australian tech firm Power Ledger will run another blockchain-enabled energy trading trial in Japan’s Kanto region by December 2019. In order to launch its second…View More Japan’s Kanto Region to Track Surplus Solar Energy with Power Ledger
An IT company in Armenia has been accused of illegally accessing electricity and using it to mine cryptocurrencies. $150,000 in power On Sept. 21, in…View More Armenian IT Company Accused of Illegal Electricity Use to Mine Crypto
Authorities of Kyrgyzstan cut off power to 45 crypto mining firms as they consumed more energy than three local regions combined. Following the power cut,…View More Kyrgyzstan Cuts Off Power to 45 Crypto Miners for Overconsumption