Crypto Mining Constraining Hard Drives, Sending Prices Higher: Brian Venturo

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May.25 — Bitcoin traded lower on Tuesday as prices pulled back from a double-digit percentage rally, stoked in part by Elon Musk’s effort to bolster the token’s green credentials on Twitter. Brian Venturo, chief technology officer at CoreWeave, talks with Bloomberg’s Caroline Hyde and Joe Weisenthal on “What’d You Miss?” about how digital coins and mining are affecting hardware and semiconductors.

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