Finding crypto a place to call home
The last year has seen a notable proportion of crypto processing move from country to county. After being effectively kicked out of China at the start of the year, it moved into Kazakhstan, which initially welcomed it with open arms before the national power-grid started to struggle and the government started to actively discourage crypto infrastructure. Unless it takes a different approach, crypto could become a haunted shadow of its own potential, doomed to wander from country to country, grid to grid, in search of a place that it can call home. The good news is that there’s a solution already in place.