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Bitcoin mining uses more energy than Saudi Arabia 

BITCOIN  and other cryptocurrencies' relentless energy demand is well documented but new research from China suggests total consumption count outstrips major OECD economies including Spain and Australia and the emissions generated may be larger than LNG giant Qatar's. 

Bitcoin mining uses more energy than Saudi Arabia 

The solution? To switch high emissions generation for low but in this case rather than Beijing force coal-to-gas switching on multiple industrial provinces, policy should focus on encouraging China-based...

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