Bitcoin Mining Company Bitfarms To Start Trading On Nasdaq Next Week

Mining company Bitfarms has announced that the company will begin trading on the Nasdaq Global Select Market from June 21. The company claims to be processing 1% of the global hash rate and "99% green hydro". Bitfarms Renewables Transactions to List on Nasdaq Global Select Market Canadian bitcoin mining company Bitfarms announced on Thursday that the company will be listed on the Nasdaq on Monday, June 21. The company is already traded on the TSX Venture Exchange and uses the code "BITF". For its Nasdaq listing, the company will use the same ticker symbol. According to the announcement, Bitfarms has achieved DTC compliance, which essentially means that shares can be traded. "A listing on the Nasdaq is a huge success for Bitfarms and an important milestone after the company's several years of development and success," said Emiliano Grodzki, founder and CEO of Bitfarms at DTC. Announcement: “We founded this company four years ago with a clear belief in the institutional adoption of Bitcoin and Bitcoin mining. This belief guided us as we worked to build one of the largest Bitcoin mining operations in the world,” Grodzki added. The Bitfarms website says it currently uses 69 megawatts of energy at SHA256 hash rate and about 1,420 petaha sh per second (PH/s). The speed of Bitfarms' facilities in Quebec was found to be around 1.42 exahash per second (EH/s). Bitfarms operates bitcoin mining facilities in the Farnham, Cowansville, Sherbrooke, Saint-Hyacinthe and Magog districts in Quebec. Bitfarms isn't the only crypto mining company listed these days, as Hut 8 Mining was approved for Nasdaq listing earlier this week. However, Grodzki notes that Bitfarms will be the largest publicly traded miner in terms of hash power and operations that are almost entirely powered by green energy. “When Bitfarms started trading on the Nasdaq,

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