New York Times Article Claims One Bitcoin Transaction Uses 2,000 KWh Of Electricity
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New York Times Article Claims One Bitcoin Transaction Uses 2,000 kWh of Electricity

In a New York Times (NYT) article — published yesterday (March 22) — about the crypto mining industry’s focus on renewable energy, it was mentioned that according to some estimates “a single Bitcoin transaction now requires more than 2,000 kilowatt-hours of electricity.” The NYT article, which was written by technology reporter David Yaffe-Bellany, started by […]

In a New York Times (NYT) article — published yesterday (March 22) — about the crypto mining industry’s focus on renewable energy, it was mentioned that according to some estimates “a single Bitcoin transaction now requires more than 2,000 kilowatt-hours of electricity.” The NYT article, which was written by technology reporter David Yaffe-Bellany, started by […]

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