Road roller destroys over 1,000 Mining Rigs, here is the almost ASMR video

Road roller destroys over 1,000 Mining Rigs, here is the almost ASMR video

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As you can see from the video attached to this news, the police of the Malaysian city of Miri destroyed equipment previously used to carry out illegal Bitcoin mining for an estimated value of approximately 1.06 million euros (5.3 million RM). .

Credit: YouTube Miri District Police Chief Hakemal Hawari told Dayak Daily that 1,069 Mining Rigs were collected over the course of six raids that resulted in the arrest of six people, all accused of stealing the electricity supply, "fined up to RM 8,000 [around 1,608 euros] and jailed for up to eight months," according to a translated version of the report.

These seizures pale in comparison to around 408 million dollars (346.59 million euros) in cryptocurrencies recently confiscated by the Metropolitan Police Service. But there are two key factors that make this case stand out: Miri's police literally destroyed tons of computer equipment in the midst of a global chip shortage and did it in front of the cameras.

Obviously, it's all about ASIC and certainly not the best video cards coveted by millions of players around the world. However, Bitcoin's success is more than indirectly linked to the success or failure of GPU-based coins, such as Ethereum.

This is certainly not the first police arrest of well-organized miners who they stole electricity for their own purposes, but this is the first time law enforcement has destroyed the equipment involved even a steamroller.

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Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma drives road roller to destroy 58,000 bottles of seized cough syrups

By Express News Service

GUWAHATI: Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Sunday drove a road roller to destroy 58,000 bottles of seized cough syrups at Barhampur in Nagaon district. Following his act behind the steering wheel, he burnt heroin, opium and cannabis, worth Rs 36 crore.

'The Last Rites of Drugs in Assam! In 'seized drugs disposal' program at Hojai today, 353.62 grams heroin, 736.73 kg ganja and 45,843 tablets have been destroyed,'Sarma tweeted after taking part in the last of four such programmes in the past two days.

Speaking at Barhampur, he said the state government had adopted a zero tolerance policy against drugs and the police had been asked to aggressively step up measures against the menace. 'I appreciate the relentless efforts of the police against drugs. We shall continue to work together against the scourge,' he said.

The CM said destroying seized drugs, worth Rs 163.58 crore over the last two days, spoke volumes of how big this illegal trade is. 'It involves evasion of GST and is a severe dent to economy. We’re working in coordination with Manipur and Mizoram to eliminate the menace,' Sarma said.

He made it clear that the state would not be allowed to be used as a transit route for the psychotropic substances. DGP Bhaskar Jyoti Mahanta said the contraband was disposed of by following all procedures. He warned that the police would not spare those dealing in drugs. 'We arrested 20 'repeat offenders'. They were found committing the crime for the second time and are now behind bars,' Mahanta said.

Giving an example of how alarming the situation is in Nagaon district, he said 1.5 lakh of its 20 lakh population is addicted to drugs. 'The society has to be aware of the menace. The drug addicts are patients and we have to treat and reform them,' Mahanta added.