Cryptocurrency can retire fossil fuels for good. Here's how – World Economic Forum

If cryptocurrency miners set up hydroelectric plants like this one in Costa Rica, they can use the excess low-carbon energy to drive profits without emitting huge amounts of CO2. Image: REUTERS/Mayela Lopez

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