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    A new record of 330 BTC generated by Hut 8 Mining Corp in July has made it one of the largest holders of Bitcoin

    The publicly listed cryptocurrency mining firm located in North America, Hut 8 Mining Corp, has just provided an operational report for the month of July. Hut 8 disclosed its mining activity one month ago, stating that it had produced 330 Bitcoins at an average rate of 10.61 Bitcoins per day.

    Argo said that it has 7,736 bitcoins in its possession as of the 31st of July, 2022, making it one of the biggest public holders of Bitcoins that are traded on the Nasdaq and the Toronto Stock Exchange. As part of its continued HODL strategy, Hut 8 has disclosed that the company stores one hundred percent of all of the Bitcoin that it has mined itself in escrow.

    The corporation disclosed that it would keep holding onto the bitcoins that were mined by itself. This stands in sharp contrast to the practise of other bitcoin miners, who sell their coins to cover their operational costs and loan debt.

    According to the mining business Argo, it made 887 bitcoin sales in the month of July at an average price of around $22,670 each. According to the firm, the money were utilised to pay operational expenditures as well as expansion capital, as well as to decrease debt that was owed under a BTC-backed loan arrangement with Galaxy Digital.

    To strengthen its high-performance computing business, Argo said that it has just signed Foundry as a cloud services client. The business anticipates that in the near future, its mining equipment will deliver better results and will have a higher degree of control over operations, including operational expenditures.

    The Chief Executive Officer of the company, Jaime Leverton, had this to say about the new turn of events: “At the same time, we continue to focus on growing the uncorrelated recurring revenue within our high-performance computing business and are thrilled to welcome Foundry aboard as a cloud services customer in our Mississauga data centre.”

    Hut 8, a firm that mines Bitcoin and is situated in Canada, said in July that it had purchased 5,800 mining equipment for the facility in Ontario that it operates in.

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