Riot Blockchain, one of the few publicly traded bitcoin mining companies in the U.S., has executed a co-location mining services contract with a crypto data center Coinmint.
Announced Tuesday, the Colorado-based firm will send a portion of its S17 bitcoin mining machines from its facilities in Oklahoma City to Coinmint’s power plant in upstate New York.
The addition is part of Riot’s recent expansion in bitcoin mining.
As one of the largest crypto data centers in the U.S., Coinmint claims to have 435 megawatts of transformer capacity.
Riot’s rearrangement with its mining facilities could also be part of its shift from crypto trading to bitcoin mining businesses.

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