JPMorgan Chase reportedly closed the bank account of Bitcoin mining company

According to reports, the American banking giant JPMorgan Chase blocked all account activity of Compass Mining (a type of Bitcoin).Bitcoin) Mining companies outside of Delaware. When Compass Mining CEO Whit Gibbs Announce:

“Shout to Chase who closed the Compass Mining account because we did our part to replace the old guards with autonomy and future-oriented hard currency supporters. Behind #Bitcoin or let us go away. “

Compass Mining has been committed to providing mining equipment and hardware hosting services for Bitcoin mining. The company uses the support of Bitcoin computing power and the network as an excuse to allow individual users to conduct mining operations through its private infrastructure.

Cointelegraph has contacted both parties for further comments and will update this article if they respond.

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