Core Scientific Expands Mining Fleet Post-Bankruptcy

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Core Scientific will soon be operating over 207,900 bitcoin mining machines in total after a newly expanded contract with LM Funding

by Shalini Nagarajan /

April 13, 2023 03:57 pm

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