The second largest bitcoin mining nation in the world has cut off internet access, slashing the amount of computing power dedicated to the cryptocurrency

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7 January 2022

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Vladimir Tretyakov/AP/Shutterstock (12702499h) Riot police gather to block demonstrators during a protest in Almaty, Kazakhstan, . Demonstrators denouncing the doubling of prices for liquefied gas have clashed with police in Kazakhstan's largest city and held protests in about a dozen other cities in the country Protests, Almaty, Kazakhstan - 05 Jan 2022

Riot police gather to block demonstrators during a protest in Almaty, Kazakhstan

Vladimir Tretyakov/AP/Shutterstoc​k

Nationwide internet outages in Kazakhstan amid civil unrest have knocked almost a fifth of the world’s bitcoin miners offline. Vast numbers of mining groups that had relocated to the central Asian country after a state crackdown in China last year now find themselves once again out of action.

Bitcoin relies on a network of computers

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