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This Bitcoin Aquarium Makes $16,000 A Month

It's tough times for cryptocurrency right now, but like they say. the show must go on. For bitcoin miners, that means finding better ways to keep your hardware cool and one method of doing that is by dunking them in a non-conductive liquid. More »      
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