Crypto mining firm Core Scientific reported its operations produced 1,221 Bitcoin (BTC) in July even as the company powered down several times in response to demand on the Texas power grid.
In a Friday announcement, Core Scientific said its month-over-month Bitcoin production had increased from 1,106 in June to 1,221 in July — roughly 10.4%. The firm reported curtailing operations “due to extreme temperatures at multiple data centers,” but also increased the number of its self-mining servers and hashrate by 6%, to 109,000 and 10.9 exahashes per second (EH/s), respectively.
JULY 2022 HIGHLIGHTS:
-1,221 #Bitcoin self-mined
-10.9 EH/s self-mined
-+190,000 ASIC servers in operation
-8.4 EH/s colocation (hosting)
-Deployed first BITMAIN ANTMINER S19 XPs in the United Stateshttps://t.co/Qt2Vke84yz
— Core Scientific (@Core_Scientific) August 5, 2022
According to Core Scientific, the company “completely powered-down its Texas data