Mongolia’s Cheap Electricity Draws Japanese Bitcoin Miners Seeking Profit

A combination of cheap electricity and cold weather has started to draw a growing number of Japanese bitcoin miners to Mongolia, a country sandwiched between China to the south and Russia to the north. Amid falling mining revenues in other regions of the world due to the current crypto bear market, companies that have set up shop in Mongolia have found they can still run profitable mining operations. Business Environment Harsh But Mongolia Is Still Profitable Tokyo-based e-wallet company Ginco is operating two mining farms in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia’s capital city. One facility is located at an underground structure in a condominium complex .The company launched the business in October, a time when its peers throughout the world were considering winding down operations as a result of declining bitcoin prices, which rendered mining unprofitable. Altogether, Ginco now operates 600 mining machines and is planning to increase that number to 1,000 units…

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