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- Wednesday, November 30th, 2022 at 18:17 #414442Big_Papa_Bear_Participant
Hello all. I am putting together a presentation about bitcoin mining and how it helps secure the energy grid. Could you help point me to resources that I can do some further reading on this? Please link, articles, websites, anything that is reputable and wouldn’t be embarrassing to use as a reference. I’m looking to specifically learn more about:
* BTC mining securing the energy grid
* Anything that debunks bitcoin energy related FUD
* Anything that specifically relates to existing nuclear fission power plants taking bitcoin initiatives or incorporate bitcoin related projects
Thanks!Wednesday, November 30th, 2022 at 18:21 #414443Paper_Admirable
Definitely recommend you check out Shaun Connell, Adam Wright, and Harry Sudock.
You can find specific resources on their twitters, webpages, podcasts etc.
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