European bitcoin mining – reemergence post halving. CMG regional series part 2: Europe

European bitcoin mining – reemergence post halving. CMG regional series part 2: Europe

 

Webinar by CryptocurrencyMining.Group (CMG) Berlin on Tuesday 16 June 2020
start 1700 – 1800 CET / 1100 – 1200 EDT

VIDEO RECORDING (IN CMG YOUTUBE CHANNEL):  LINK HERE

AGENDA:
European cryptocurrency mining space was a pioneer in transparent mining operations already in 2016-17. We will be discussing developments in bitcoin mining in Europe over last years and look deeper into regions which managed to maintain business, as well as those that had decrease in activity and few that did manage to gain footprint in global hashrate.

Also, will cover our favorite topic – financing options for miners.

 

SPEAKERS:
Denis Rusinovich, DDH / CryptocurrencyMining.Group
Alejandro De La Torre, VP Poolin.com
– Lukas Pfeiffer, Business Development, Genesis Mining
Aegir Rafn Magnusson, Business Development Director, Advania Data Centre (Iceland&Sweden)
Igor Runets, CEO BitRiver (mining data center operator in Russia)
Kiril Nikolov, Institutional Lending, Nexo
Jake Stott, Founding Board – dGen (an independent Think Tank with focus on blockchain & decentralization in Europe)

 

 

 

Bitcoin Mining | Hashrate pressure for Miners and Mining Pools landscape

Please follow the link for more information about meetup on 25 September 2019

 

Bitcoin Mining | Hashrate pressure for Miners and Mining Pools landscape

Wednesday, Sep 25, 2019, 6:30 PM

Primalbase Berlin
Potsdamer Platz 11 Berlin, DE

14 Members Went

AGENDA [masked] Walk-in Doors close at 19:00 Sharp! You will not be able to enter the building after 19:00! [masked] Event -Denis Rusinovich: Mining industry overview -Poolin Mining Pools and Mining Educational by Alejandro De La Torre [masked] Networking —————————— Fireside Chat: Taking into account recent developme…

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Taking into account recent developments we want to discuss hot topics:

1. Rising hashrate adds pressure point for miners: are we using most efficient hardware now? will it be sustainable with further increase of hashrate and upcoming halving in May 2020. What most efficient new hardware to buy?

2. Geographical landscape with new regional energy hubs emerging – who has the most competitive electricity tariffs to remain sustainable for the long term?

3. Developments on mining pools landscape – whats next as big miners with more powerful hardware entering the market. Competition between top pools.

 

LOCATION:
Primalbase Berlin