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Thai Police Cracks Down on Illegal Bitcoin Mining, Seizes $2.5M Worth of Equipment

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]CoinspeakerThai Police Cracks Down on Illegal Bitcoin Mining, Seizes .5M Worth of Equipment In their latest crackdown, the Thai police recovered 690 units used for Bitcoin mining machines vaued at 2.54 million SGD. The police is also conducting raids at multiple locations. Thai Police Cracks Down on Illegal Bitcoin Mining, Seizes .5M Worth of Equipment

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Thai Police Cracks Down on Illegal Bitcoin Mining, Seizes $2.5M Worth of Equipment

In their latest crackdown, the Thai police recovered 690 units used for Bitcoin mining machines vaued at 2.54 million SGD. The police is also conducting raids at multiple locations.

Thai Police Cracks Down on Illegal Bitcoin Mining, Seizes $2.5M Worth of Equipment

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