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I'm now a paying member of the club.

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Good Works Acquisition Corp. and Cipher Mining Technologies Inc. Announce Registration Statement in Connection with their Proposed Business Combination has been Declared Effective and the Special Meeting Date to Vote for Proposed Business Combination is... PR Newswire (US) - 8/3/2021 8:00:00 AM
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Good Works Acquisition Corp. Files Amended Registration Statement on Form S-4 in Connection With Its Proposed Acquisition of ... PR Newswire (US) - 7/12/2021 8:00:00 AM
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77Port   Monday, 03/08/21 05:02:46 PM
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I'm now a paying member of the club. Here's why. Today was a terrible market. But the miners, at least the long-term Canadian ones, held up. I've been following blockchain and the enterprising Canadian miners since 2017. One consistent name which seemed to be everywhere was Bitfury. But it was like a ghost. Containers of miners came from Bitfury, definitely involved in building the Canadian mining industry. And while this might be a coincidence, the best names of the old Canadian miners: HIVE, HUT8 and DMG, were all up today. I kept waiting for a sell off, especially at the end of such a heavy selling day, but the $11 SP held. So, I pulled the trigger on shares, not as many as I would have gotten in warrants, but I'm not ready to enter a world where I don't yet understand the language. So, I'll use the common wheel and keep it simple. Glad to be on board. And while there is no sure thing, Bitfury has a reputation to protect. I have difficulty accepting they would damage themselves now, as blockchain finally hits the world stage and, more importantly, takes over its infrastructure.
I'm not sure which toys eventually win on the topside, but I think there's little doubt they all need the blockchain(s) upon which to do their business. I think of Cisco, which became one of the top names in the late 1990s, not by being on top of the internet, but by managing its connective wiring and switches. Seems like Bitfury's bread and butter.
Best of all, this is post #23 on this board. How cool is that?

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