Equipment worth 22 million rubles was stolen from a mining hotel in Chelyabinsk


In Chelyabinsk, unknown persons attacked a mining hotel twice and took all the equipment out of it. This was reported by the Ural Mash Telegram channel.

A 42-year-old business owner hosted devices for mining cryptocurrencies on a paid basis. Despite the fact that the premises were equipped with CCTV cameras and alarms, thieves broke into it.

During the first visit, they removed equipment worth 2 million rubles. The owner reported to the police, but then it was not possible to identify the criminals.

After some time, the raiders returned again, turned off the video cameras and took out the remaining equipment worth 20 million rubles.

An investigation has been launched into the theft.

Let us recall that in June it became known that 15,000 ASIC miners were stolen in the Russian Federation under the guise of an offer from RusHydro.

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