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Stop the Presses: Criticism Against the New York Times Mounts as Newspaper Is Accused of Killing 59 Million Trees Annually

Stop the Presses: Criticism Against the New York Times Mounts as Newspaper Is Accused of Killing 59 Million Trees AnnuallyAfter the New York Times (NYT) published an editorial about bitcoin mining, claiming the industry is harmful to the environment, an organization called Stop the Presses took issue with the Times’ paper usage. Stop the Presses launched a social media campaign against the NYT’s newspaper production. The organization’s website, nytimesup.org, alleges that the company “kills […]

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C6 Bank’s Climate Tool to Track CO2 Emissions From Customer Transactions Prompts Debate on Future of Banking

C6 Bank’s Climate Tool to Track CO2 Emissions From Customer Transactions Prompts Debate on Future of BankingOn April 13, a C6 Bank customer in Brazil shared screenshots of his online bank account, revealing that the financial institution was tracking CO2 emissions from his purchases and urging him to compensate monetarily. C6 Bank states that the new tool aims to inspire Brazilians to adopt more sustainable behaviors. ‘CBDC Preview’ — Bank Customer […]

Kyberswap Hack: Blockchain Security Firm Reports Movement of 800 ETH From Exploiter’s Address

Bitcoin Mining Report Shows Network’s Emissions Account for 0.08% of the World’s CO2

Bitcoin Mining Report Shows Network’s Emissions Account for 0.08% of the World’s CO2During the last year, Bitcoin — the cryptocurrency network that leverages proof-of-work (PoW) to process transactions and secure the protocol — has received a lot of criticism about its environmental impact. This week, the cryptocurrency firm Coinshares published a report that shows talking points condemning the network’s electrical consumption have been greatly exaggerated. According to […]

Kyberswap Hack: Blockchain Security Firm Reports Movement of 800 ETH From Exploiter’s Address