Bitland Abandons US Data Center Project

According to the US "Connected" magazine website, Bittland announced last year that it established a world's largest data center in Texas, but the project has now been stranded. Last July, Bitcoland announced that it would invest $500 million over the next 10 years to build a "world's largest data center" in Rockdale, Texas. In January of this year, Rockdale officials learned that Bittland had decided not to open the data center permanently. Recently, with the rebound in the price of digital cryptocurrency, there is news that Bitcoin is restarting the IPO (IPO) plan. People familiar with the matter said that Bitcoin is currently working with a consultancy firm to prepare for the listing in the US in the second half of this year. To this end, Bitcoin plans to submit a listing application file to the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as soon as possible in July.