According to the news of Nation Thailand; Mining Pro has stepped in to set up the first Bitcoin (BTC) mining farm in crypto-friendly Thailand. Mining Pro CEO Jaturapuck Triphet stated that they are determined to create a new ecosystem for the crypto mining industry beyond the cloud-based mining platform that Mining Pro has run. Mining Pro CEO Jaturapuck Triphet said in his statement:

   “We are continuing negotiations with clean energy producers to establish Thailand's first Bitcoin mining farm with high mining capacity. The facility, which will be built in the Bang Na region using Bitmain Bitcoin (BTC) mining equipment imported from China, will rise over 3,000 square meters. With our first Bitcoin (BTC) mining facility in the country. Together, we want to draw the attention of both local and international investors."

Mining Pro CEO Jaturapuck Triphet stated that their aim is to make crypto mining easy, affordable and safe for all investors, and that they want to help revitalize the country's economy with new Bitcoin (BTC) mining facilities to be established. Mining Pro, which has invested $ 5 million for the Bitcoin (BTC) mining farm for now, finally allowed the cloud mining and crypto money mining on smartphones.

New York to ban Bitcoin (BTC) mining

The New York Senate has passed a bill that would ban crypto mining operations that use proof-of-work (PoW) verification methods to restrict energy use. The bill has now been submitted to New York Governor Kathy Hochul's approval. This bill is related to all new proof-of-work (PoW) mining projects using carbon-based fuel, including Bitcoin (BTC) and other cryptocurrencies, and mining companies that do not operate with renewable energy will not have their licenses renewed for two years, nor will new activities be allowed.