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Bitcoin Might Be in the Red, but It Is Turning Green

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Bitcoin Might Be in the Red, but It Is Turning Green
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What if I told you that Christmas lights in the United States use more electricity than Bitcoin mining does? Or what if I told you Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC) uses half as much energy as the banking or gold industries? It is also true that Bitcoin mining uses more energy than the entire country of Switzerland.

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