Tether, the USDT issuer, plans to release new software that will improve the efficiency of its Bitcoin mining capacities. The software will be released on open-source platforms, and JavaScript libraries will be designed to send commands to Bitcoin mining hardware such as WhatsMiner, AvalonMiner, and Antminer devices. Tether’s CTO, Paolo Ardoino, said that the software builds will be high-quality, polished, and modular. The new developments are based on Holepunch technology, and each device will be identified by a pub/priv key and can stream data and receive commands in an encrypted and secure way. Tether also collaborates with local energy operators to create a sustainable “green” Bitcoin mining ecosystem based on renewable energy sources in Latin America. In addition to controlling mining processes, the new technologies will be used for energy production monitoring. Tether leverages top brands of Bitcoin mining hardware, and the software release aligns with its support for ESG-compliant Bitcoin mining in Uruguay. The article also mentions a forthcoming price adjustment for Bitcoin and provides a disclaimer.

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