Elon Musk said met with supervisors from leading miners in North America bitcoin to discuss their concerns over the use of electronic power. The move comes just weeks after Tesla, Musk’s CEO, suspension bitcoin payments. At the time, the automaker said it was “increasingly concerned about the increasing use of Bitcoin in oil mines and operations, especially coal, which has the worst emissions of any oil.” Tesla bought $ 1.5 billion worth of stocks earlier this year to “be able to diversify and increase” its revenue. Then, in March, it started acceptance Payment for cryptocurrency for its electronic vehicles.
According to Musk, the men volunteered to use the power they have used here, and have also asked miners around the world to do so. Michael Saylor (the largest Bitcoin company, according to Forbes) revealed on Twitter that he was the founder of the conference and that the students had agreed to form the Bitcoin Mining Council. The group seeks to establish and promote the use of energy efficiency, set industry goals and accelerate sustainable development around the world. Companies that attended the conference included Argo Blockchain, Blockcap, Core Scientific, Galaxy Digital, Hive Blockchain, Hut 8 Mining, Marathon Digital Holdings and Riot Blockchain.
While the group did not disclose much of its ideas and goals, Peter Wall, Argo Blockchain Forbes:
The newly formed Bitcoin Mining Council is the next step in promoting the transformation of renewable energy sources. don’t worry about ESG. “
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