BTCC, the China-based bitcoin company that also ran one of the largest bitcoin mining pools first launched back in 2014, announced it will shut down all mining servers on Thursday, November 15th. Moreover, it will cease operations indefinitely from Friday, November 30th.
In order to avoid unnecessary losses, BTCC asked its miners to complete the power switch before Thursday, November 15th, and bind their mining revenue address before Tuesday, November 20th.
BTCC will release the profits of all miners in time.
The BTCC team said:
“For more than 4 years, we have adhered to the ideals of providing the most stable and transparent mining services for miners. We firmly believe that the digital encryption assets and blockchain industry represented by Bitcoin will continue to develop and improve. You, remember, there will be echoes, we will see you again!”