Hashrate Happy Hour Podcast
Hashrate Happy Hour Podcast
Ep. 36 Natural Gas Bitcoin Mining with Amalgamated Sludge
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Hey everyone, welcome to this week’s release of the Hashrate Happy Hour Podcast, powered by Giga Energy.

I had the pleasure of sitting down with Dan Morrison, the CEO and Founder of Amalgamated Sludge. This episode was a fun one for me because I have so much to learn still about the oil & gas industry and how bitcoin mining is done leveraging natural gas. We talk about why vertical integration is the best approach for nat gas producers and Dan shares his perspective on why all natural gas operators are not yet implementing bitcoin mining at their sites. This is really a great walk through natural gas bitcoin mining so buckle up for a great conversation with Dan Morrison!

You can find more about Amalgamated Sludge on Twitter: @SludgeLLC

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