Cryptocurrency mining could become the new face of energy storage. Here’s how

HydroMiner CEO Nadine Damblon checks cables on a miner at their cryptocurrency farming operation near Waidhofen an der Ybbs, Austria April 25, 2018.   REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger - RC1BB7173AC0

Mining cryptocurrencies using excess renewable energy could stimulate more investment in green energy. Image: REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger

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