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Acquires More Bitcoin Mining Machines
According to Asia Times, 500.com has announced the procurement of 5,900 Bitcoin mining rigs for 55.2 million yuan (about $8.5 million). The new inventory is expected to be delivered before the end of the Summer.
As part of the purchase, the Chinese sports lotto company agreed to pay a performance bond to the tune of 2,000 yuan (~$310) for the first 5,000 rigs. This payment schedule rolls up to almost 10 million yuan (around $1.5 million) in total.
Apart from the 5,900 rigs, the company also has a planned outlay for 10,000 additional Bitcoin mining machines scheduled for 2021. However, this part of the inventory expansion is subject to product availability.
If 500.com successfully acquires all 15,900 rigs, the company’s Bitcoin mining capacity will grow by about 1,000 petahashes per second.
The Bitcoin mining space is currently facing a shortage of rigs amid the ongoing global chip scarcity. Indeed, crypto miner maker giant Bitmain has seen its products sold out through August with rig prices also rising to significant premiums.
Apart from the Bitcoin mining space, other industries have also been impacted by the global semiconductor shortage. Automobile manufacturers like Ford have been forced to shut down plants as the chip scarcity continues to bite harder.