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Bitcoin mining company Core Scientific sold 1,975 BTCs in July, 754 more than the amount mined in July

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Time:8/6/2022 12:05:42 PM

[Bitcoin mining company Core Scientific sold 1,975 BTC in July, exceeding the mining volume of 754 in July] According to news on August 5, the Bitcoin mining company Core Scientific sold 1,975 BTC in July, and the mining volume in July was 1,221. 754 pieces exceeded the mining amount. The funds will be used to increase data center-related investments and pay Bitmain for 100,000 mining equipment ordered in 2021. Core Scientific still holds 1,205 bitcoins and about $83 million in cash on its balance sheet.

Earlier news, Bitcoin mining company Clean Spark sold 426 BTC in July, 42 more than the amount mined in July. Bitcoin mining company Bitfarms sold 1,623 BTCs in July, exceeding the 1,123 mined in July. (CoinDesk)

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