Go Inside a Bitcoin Mining Epicenter

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Jan/12/2018

CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera goes behind the scenes at a bitcoin mining operation in the U.S.


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Among the shocking numbers, Salcido Group is mining between 5 and 7 BTC per day. They are investing millions so that they can increase the number of servers and mine 50 per day by July.

There are 1800 servers in their rural Wenatchee, Washington Bitcoin epicenter.

Cabrera speaks with Salcido Group CEO Malachi Salcido.

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