CleanSpark CEO on Impact of China's Crypto Ban on Mining, Global Markets

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Following China's move to make crypto mining explicitly illegal within its borders, Alibaba will stop selling mining equipment on its platforms, and Bitmain will halt all machine sales to mainland Chinese miners. Zach Bradford, CEO of Utah-based energy software and bitcoin mining farm CleanSpark, discusses the potential impact of China's crypto ban on mining and global markets. "It is the real deal, but I think it actually is increasing the overall health of the mining environment worldwide," he said. Plus, his take on crypto regulation.

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