CleanSpark’s amped hashrate mined 445 Bitcoin in June

CleanSpark capped a busy June with an uptick in mined Bitcoin and a 2x increase in hashrate compared to December.

According to a Tuesday press statement, CleanSpark mined 445 Bitcoin (BTC) in June after adding five new mining facilities in Georgia. The mining startup also surpassed its 20 EH/s operational hashrate target set for mid-year.

“We continue to maximize efficiency at our existing sites and look forward to the opportunities ahead of us in Wyoming and Tennessee,” said CEO Zach Bradford.

CleanSpark’s mining numbers for last month indicate strength from the company after the Bitcoin halving event in April. A halving happens every four years and cuts mining rewards in half. The company mined 46 less BTC than last June, a modest difference considering Bitcoin’s code change.

Bradford added that the firm is “laser-focused” on increasing mining hashrate and generating more revenue following the halving. Meanwhile, other miners are facing difficulties and exploring business sales to maximize shareholder value. 

CleanSpark’s post-halving performance has been the envy of the mining landscape as the startup has improved its hashrate and mined more BTC in recent months. Per, Bradford’s firm also acquired GRIID facilities in a $155 million deal, and analysts at H.C. Wainright are bullish on the CLSK stock. CLSK is up 58% year-to-date and changed hands for $17.19 on the Nasdaq as of writing.

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