Kosovo authority seizes over 300 mining machines

Authorities in Kosovo have been carrying out raids after the halting of crypto mining activities on January 4 and the confiscation of crypto mining devices has begun from January 6, Bitcoin.com reported. Kosovo police seized more than 200 mining devices in the second round of the raids. The action to halt crypto underground crypto mining…

12 January, 2022
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Authorities in Kosovo have been carrying out raids after the halting of crypto mining activities on January 4 and the confiscation of crypto mining devices has begun from January 6, Bitcoin.com reported. Kosovo police seized more than 200 mining devices in the second round of the raids. The action to halt crypto underground crypto mining and subsequent confiscation was taken by the authorities in Pristina amid the power shortage in the country. The Technical committee on Emergency Measures for Energy Supply recommended the measure due to the frequent power cuts amids the rising demand for electricity. Authorities in Kosovo have been carrying out raids after the halting of crypto mining activities on January 4 and the confiscation of crypto mining devices has begun from January 6, Bitcoin.com reported. Kosovo police seized more than 200 mining devices in the second round of the raids. The action to halt crypto underground crypto mining and subsequent confiscation was taken by the authorities in Pristina amid the power shortage in the country. The Technical committee on Emergency Measures for Energy Supply recommended the measure due to the frequent power cuts amids the rising demand for electricity. Authorities in Kosovo have been carrying out raids after the halting of crypto mining activities on January 4 and the confiscation of crypto mining devices has begun from January 6, Bitcoin.com reported. Kosovo police seized more than 200 mining devices in the second round of the raids. The action to halt crypto underground crypto mining and subsequent confiscation was taken by the authorities in Pristina amid the power shortage in the country. The Technical committee on Emergency Measures for Energy Supply recommended the measure due to the frequent power cuts amids the rising demand for electricity.

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