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Deutsche Telekom reveals intention to engage in Bitcoin mining at BTC Prague

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T-Mobile Deutsche Telekom Expands Crypto Activities with Bitcoin Mining Announcement

T-Mobile Deutsche Telekom Dives Into Bitcoin Mining

In a bold move, T-Mobile Deutsche Telekom has announced its plans to enter the world of Bitcoin mining, expanding its current crypto-based activities. The telecommunications giant has been actively involved in the crypto space, operating a Bitcoin node since 2023 and running Bitcoin Lightning Network nodes.

During a recent appearance at BTC Prague, Dirk Röder, head of Web3 infrastructure and solutions at Deutsche Telekom, hinted at the company’s upcoming venture into Bitcoin mining. Röder stated, “Since 2023, we are running a Bitcoin node, and we are running Bitcoin Lightning nodes as well […] I like to let you in on a little secret we will engage in digital monetary photosynthesis soon.”

When pressed for more details on what “digital monetary photosynthesis” entails, Röder simply replied, “We will.” This cryptic statement has left many in the industry curious about what Deutsche Telekom has in store for the future.

Deutsche Telekom has already established itself as a key player in the Web3 space, serving as a Polygon validator since June 2023. As one of 100 validators, the company has been providing staking and validation services on the Polygon network, supporting its proof-of-stake consensus mechanism.

In addition to its involvement with Polygon, Deutsche Telekom has also been a Fetch.ai validator since February. This partnership with the decentralized artificial intelligence platform allows the company to support Fetch.ai’s AI-driven autonomous agents, which operate in various sectors such as healthcare, automotive, and supply chain management.

With its foray into Bitcoin mining, Deutsche Telekom is further solidifying its position in the crypto and Web3 space, leveraging its extensive infrastructure to explore new revenue streams. As the company continues to expand its crypto activities, the industry will be watching closely to see how Deutsche Telekom’s involvement in Bitcoin mining unfolds.

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