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Kenya's Largest Power Provider Plans to Deliver Access to Geothermal Power to Bitcoin Miners

ByNdasi Tata

Jun 4, 2022

Bitcoin miners may establish an energy park at the company’s new industrial site in the Olkaria power station.
KenGen, Kenya’s largest producer of electricity, has announced plans to attract Bitcoin miners to use its geothermal energy. According to the report, the company will provide its surplus geothermal power to miners.
“We have the space and the power is near, which helps with stability.”
Chayanika has been working as a financial journalist for three years. A graduate in Political Science and Journalism, her interest lies in regulatory implications with a focus on technological evolution in the crypto realm. Contact:Linkedin

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Ndasi Tata

Ndasi Tata is a Cameroonian-born Bitcoin entrepreneur and former state journalist who's also known for being a Bitcoin and Blockchain advocate. He's a crypto lover and reporter and has promoted several crypto projects within the African Continent. He uses a variety of social media and online channels. In addition to running a successful Facebook page with thousands of fans, he also promotes blockchain and bitcoin development initiatives on the well-liked YouTube channel #cryptoafrica-now. He earned an M.Sc. from the University of Nicosia in Cyprus in Blockchain and Digital Currency. At the University of Nicosia, Andreas Antonopoulos, Ph.D., and Antonis Polemitis, Ph.D., serve as role models.

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