The article discusses how Bitcoin mining can be a valuable tool for managing energy challenges in the transition to renewables. However, it argues that Bitcoin mining alone will not solve climate change or meet decarbonization goals. The article suggests that mining with wasted methane is difficult due to tight profit margins, but some miners are finding ways to mitigate methane emissions in the oil and gas industry. It proposes that mining revenue could become a secondary thought in larger energy operations and highlights Bitcoin’s potential impact on climate change through its preservation of economic liberty and human rights. The author concludes by stating that revenue constraints will drive Bitcoin mining towards sustainability.
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