On August 7, information appeared about a resident of Malta, who sued the supplier of miningMining
– is a type of activity for creating new blocks in the Blockchain to ensure proper system operation. Details equipment due to the high noise level. According to CoinSpot, the miner managed to sue € 2000.
Mining farm and court
On August 7th, CoinSpot released information about a miner who sued a local equipment supplier, Dario Azzopardi. As it was reported, a miner from Malta complained to the court about the high level of noise from his mining farm, as well as the low level of profitability of the car. At the same time, as indicated in the message, the farm was lower in efficiency than guaranteed by suppliers and cryptocurrency mining caused losses.
As a result, the Maltese court made a very unexpected decision and ordered Azzopardi to pay damages in the amount of 2,000 euros (2239 US dollars). The main arguments that have been put forward in favor of damages are: the noise of the machine, high energy consumption, and low profitability. Interestingly, Dario Azzopardi did not dispute these allegations, nor did he file a judicial appeal.
A resident of Malta seized € 2,000 due to a noisy mining-farm. Recall that mining in Iran was equated with industrial business. Due to low electricity prices, even Chinese companies are interested in extracting cryptocurrencies in Iran.
Editor: Yulia Krasnaya