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Engineering enthusiasts in Irkutsk, Russia, have transformed a bitcoin miner to a sufficient power generator for private housing, footage filmed Wednesday reveals. 'Cryptohouse' is a new generator that turns the heat produced by bitcoin miners into private heating energy for the monthly cost of USD 430 (EUR 370).

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