Bitcoin Lake Project Founder on Sustainable Crypto Mining Through Used Cooking Oil

Bitcoin lake project founder on sustainable crypto mining through used cooking oil

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Some residents in Guatemala are taking a cue from El Salvador’s Bitcoin Beach, aiming to use cooking oil remnants that could otherwise make its way into a local lake in Panajachel (Pana), for bitcoin (BTC) mining. Bitcoin Lake Founder Patrick Melder shares insights into the project. “It’s the first time in the world that cooking oil is being used to create energy to mine bitcoin,” Melder said.

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