BitFury, the Bitcoin blockchain infrastructure provider, has announced some great things this month. Early in September the company announced its 16 nm (application-specific integrated circuit) chip that will operate with the fullest proprietary immersion cooling technology implemented by Allied Control a company acquired by BitFury. Then, just this week, the reputable ASIC chip manufacturer announced its building of a new 100MW data center in Tbilisi, Georgia’s capital city.
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Georgia has been getting the attention of international businesses as a premiere destination since BitFury has acquired its land. The company purchased 185,000 sq. m of land located in the Gldani District of Tbilisi,