Sichuan Energy officials plan to meet in June to discuss the effects of Bitcoin mining.

Ever since government officials in China started talking about tackling Bitcoin mining and repeating the 2017 crypto guidelines, digital currency advocates and media have focused on this region. Recently, a Chinese government-sponsored online publication revealed that the Sichuan Energy Regulatory Office plans to hold a meeting on June 2, 2021 to discuss the effects of bitcoin mining. Sichuan Energy Regulatory Office to meet on June 2 to discuss crypto mining Recently, the Chinese government has discussed the crypto economy more widely, and most of the talk is focused on Bitcoin mining. Chinese officials hope to make the country carbon neutral by 2060 and reach a good carbon neutral percentage by 2030. After several meetings with the country's Financial Stability Board and other Chinese politicians, some crypto companies have stopped providing services to mainland citizens. . Huobi,, Hashcow and Okex are among the companies that started to cut services from China. Three days ago, News made statements about the situation made by some executives from Chinese pool operators and mining equipment manufacturers. A report recently released this weekend shows that the Sichuan Energy Regulatory Office plans to hold a meeting next week to address the effects of bitcoin mining. Columnist for the national-backed publication The Global Times: The Sichuan Energy Regulatory Office announced on Thursday that the agency will hold a meeting on June 2 to fully understand the state of cryptocurrency mining activity in the southwestern state. Required by the National Energy Administration. Regional reporter Colin 'Wu' Blockchain stated that there were "rumors that China will continue printing Friday night" on Twitter over the weekend. However, these rumors never bore fruit and instead

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