Bitcoin miners look to US cities amid Chinese crackdown
Nearly half of the world's bitcoin miners reside in China and the country is now kicking them out. This comes after miners in Beijing failed to meet the capital's climate targets. U.S. states like Wyoming and Texas have offered to fill the void for cryptominers. Texas in particular holds an abundance of solar and wind power, an unregulated market, and a crypto-friendly political stance. CNBC's MacKenzie Sigalos reports.
Thu, Jun 17 20215:20 PM EDT