Browse the newspaper Quartz. In 2016 the Chinese photographer Liu Sinje spent several weeks in Sichuan province. Local it professionals use cheap and affordable energy, open their own farm for mining cryptocurrency, and hire technicians.
Their customers are rich people who want to make money mining bitcoins. They keep track of their posts remotely using mobile apps.
Technicians live in the Dorm, serving equipment, once a week, escaping to the nearby town. Despite the fact that increased government control led to a reduction in trading volume of bitcoins, China remains an important player in the field of mining due to cheap labor and computer accessories.