Senator Emmer Challenges Biden Administration Overreach in Bitcoin Mining Inquiry: Unveiling the Cryptocurrency Regulatory Tensions

In the ever-evolving landscape of cryptocurrency regulation, a new chapter unfolds as House Majority Representative Tom Emmer, a staunch supporter of digital currencies, takes aim at the Biden administration. Emmer accuses the administration of overstepping its boundaries and unfairly targeting Bitcoin miners, a crucial sector within the expansive $2 trillion cryptocurrency industry.

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Riot Platforms boosts BTC output by 19% in 2023, mines 6,626 Bitcoins

While several of Riot Platform’s competitors mined more in 2023, Riot is preparing for this year’s Bitcoin halving after acquiring 66,560 mining rigs from MicroBT.

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Breaking: US Energy Department Halts Bitcoin Mining Survey Amid Controversy

The United States Department of Energy announced its decision to temporarily suspend the intended emergency survey of Bitcoin mining operator’s use of energy. EIA Picks Battle Against the Bitcoin Mining Industry According to a filing made to a Texas federal Court, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) will halt its mandatory survey for over a

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US Bitcoin Miners Sue Biden Administration In Battle Over Regulation

On Thursday, February 22, Bitcoin miner Riot Platforms, along with industry groups Texas Blockchain Council (TBC) and the Chamber of Digital Commerce, initiated legal action against key agencies of the Biden-Harris Administration.

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Bitcoin halving ‘blood bath’ could push US miners offshore

Hashlabs Mining co-founder and chief mining strategist Jaran Mellerud said Ethiopia, Nigeria, Kenya, Argentina and Paraguay could pick up more hash rate in the coming years.

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Bitcoin Miners Face Adapt or Perish Scenario as Halving Approaches in Under 60 Days

Data indicates that we’re 96% through the journey to the next Bitcoin halving event, with under two months remaining until the reward for mining a block is reduced from 6.25 to 3.125 bitcoins.

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EIA to temporarily suspend bitcoin miner survey after lawsuit -court document

The U.S. Department of Energy has agreed to temporarily suspend its mandatory survey of cryptocurrency miner energy use following a lawsuit by prominent miner Riot Blockchain and an industry group, according to a notice filed on Friday with the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas Waco Division.

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Texas Blockchain Council and Riot Platforms sue energy officials over crypto mining data

Plaintiffs in the lawsuit suggested that an Energy Information Administration mandatory survey for crypto miners was politically motivated and an overreach of government authority.

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