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Bitcoin Miner Bitfarms Sells Coins After Ending ‘Hodling’

  • Bitcoin-hoarding Bitfarms sells nearly half of its mined coins
  • The miner adjusts its holding strategy to improve liquidity
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Crypto mining company Bitfarms Ltd. has made an about-face on its holding strategy and sold 3,000 Bitcoin for $62 million over the past week to boost its liquidity amid the record-breaking bear market. It’s one of the first self-proclaimed Bitcoin hoarding miners to turn away from accumulating mined coins. 

The Toronto-based company is the latest of the public mining companies that have had to sell their crypto assets to stay afloat. With the recent market rout, other miners may see their strategy of holding onto mined coins coming under pressure as it gets more difficult for the sector to raise capital from the stock market and repay debts.