CleanSpark acquires 5 mining facilities in Georgia

The new facilities are expected to increase CleanSpark’s hashrate to over 20 exahashes per second by the end of June, spokespeople claimed.

CleanSpark, an American Bitcoin mining company focused on using clean energy, announced a definitive agreement to acquire five mining facilities in Georgia.

In a June 18 announcement, CleanSpark explained that the $25.8 million deal is “expected to close immediately” and revealed that the five facilities combined are predicted to exceed 3.7 exahashes per second in processing power.

The mining sites vary in operational capacity, from 8 to 15 megawatts of power, for a combined 60 megawatts across the facilities. Spokespeople for CleanSpark expressed confidence that the company’s total hashrate would increase to over 20 exahashes per second by the end of June.

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