Bitcoin Miner BitNile Pulls 6,500 Rigs from former Compute North Site
BitNile, a subsidiary of publicly traded Ault Alliance (AULT), is eradicating 6,572 mining rigs from a Texas facility that was previously owned by Compute North, calling the location “now not economically viable.”
With 300 megawatts (MW) of energy capability, the Wolf Hole website was acquired by lender Generate Capital after Compute North filed for chapter in late September. U.S. Bitcoin Corp. (USBTC), which was additionally a Compute North shopper, is now managing operations at Wolf Hole. USBTC this week agreed to merge with Hut 8 Mining (HUT).
About one month previous to the Compute North chapter, BitNile had signed an settlement with Compute North to host its machines. The mining rigs now have begun being shipped to a different location, mentioned BitNile in a Friday morning press launch. Ault Government Chairman Milton “Todd” Ault III known as the scenario “very irritating.”
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