Qatari Research Shows Environmental Cost of Bitcoin
New research shows that the digital currency has a large environmental impact, but not all experts agree that it is a cause for concern.
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- “If I send you one #Bitcoin, it uses as much #energy as you’d need to power your house for a month,” says Jon Truby… https://t.co/QClle9qjSU
- “إذا قمت بإرسال عملة #بتكوين واحدة إليك، فإن ذلك يستخدم قدرًا كبيرًا من #الطاقة يعادل ما تحتاجه لتشغيل منزلك لمدة ش… https://t.co/JFX40nMe7t
- #Bitcoin has a large #environmental impact, according to a Qatari research.
But is this a cause for concern?… https://t.co/9UUg2NEVRE