Employees of the Russian Nuclear Center caught using the facility’s supercomputer to mine Bitcoin.
Officials of the Russian nuclear center in Sarov were captured with a supercomputer plant in Minoan Bitcoin.
Two engineers were able to connect an offline machine to the Internet by using the tremendous power of the computer in the Bitcoin network. However, it seems the couple is not far away. The press service RFNC-VNIIEF announced that the operation was “timely suppressed” and the Federal Security Service (FSB) of the Russian secret service immediately began the investigation after downloading unauthorized data from the device. There was no information about the number of successfully extracted Bitcoins or the identity of the accused.
The perpetrators are prosecuted according to the Russian source. Due to the government’s association with the institution, the couple are charged with “state questioning”, although there is no information about the verdict. They were reportedly released from custody as long as they stay in the country.
Tatiana Salesskaya, director of the press office of the Research Institute, spoke with the Russian source and said that this was not the first of these events:
“Lately, similar attempts have been made in many large companies with large IT capabilities”
This may not be surprising, and individuals are attracted to the usual skills they offer. Supercomputers, such as House of Ding House House by Sarah’s House, allow for faster block detection and greater rewards. In addition, the use of institutional computers is even more profitable, as the mines can ignore the high electricity costs.
The supercomputer in question is able to produce a petaflop or 1,000,000,000,000,000 FLOPS. FLOPS (floating-point operation per second) is used to measure the performance of the computer processor, and the petaflop drive is reserved only for the most powerful supercomputers. It has been in operation since 2011, performs very complex scientific calculations and is arguably the most profitable bitcoin mining industry as Russia’s most powerful supercomputer. This is because mining is a process that forces computers to run computer jobs and resolve hash functions to verify the online transaction process. This is a process in which a faster machine can check hashe, it is more likely to be involved in a block and rewarded with Bitcoin, and in these digital supercomputers you have a clear and seductive advantage.
Sarov was home to the theoretical physicist and nobleman Andrei Sakharov and is located in the Nizhny Novgorod region. The state seat, now officially closed, was recently Arzamas-16 and not on the map.
Cryptocurrency is gaining in popularity across Russia – a nation that often avoids the key issue of keeping mines cold due to the long, cold winters. It became widely known and received the approval of Deputy Prime Minister Vladimir Putin of Dmitry Marinichev, who publicly commented on the establishment of a mining platform. The importance of cryptography in this country is clear and Russia has announced that it will release an official state crypt, CryptoRuble, and adopt a wrong attitude towards regulation last October.
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