The head of the parliament’s energy commission has said that profiteers have turned the device into a digital currency factory by installing the device in places such as poultry farms. However, experts in this field believe that this is not possible.
According to digital currency reports and to Quoted From ILNA; In an interview with ILNA, Fereydoun Abbasi Davani, head of the parliament’s energy commission, claimed that some people had turned the miner into a digital currency factory by installing them in places such as poultry and livestock. He called for more oversight of these units, as carrying out such actions in poultry units with livestock has created several problems. On the other hand, according to experts, bitcoin mining is not possible in poultry and livestock farms, because the level of electricity and Internet consumption of these production units is known, and a sudden change in consumption of these two factors clearly shows the change of use.
The claim is made while the level of electricity and internet use in poultry and livestock farms is known and any change of use that increases the use of these two factors is easily recognizable, especially the extraction of digital currencies that shape electricity and internet consumption. Significantly increases.
Habib Assadollah Nejad, vice president of the Association of Broiler Poultry Farmers, said about the possibility of installing a miner in places such as poultry and livestock farms and turning it into a factory for the production of digital currencies:
The possibility of this type of change of use in poultry and livestock farms is almost zero due to the specific level of electricity and Internet consumption.
Poultry and livestock units are not among the production activities with high electricity and internet consumption, and any change of use that leads to a significant increase in their consumption can be easily identified.
Assadollah Nejad believes that what is happening in poultry units is not a change of use but a creeping closure.
Rising production costs and an unstable market have led many poultry farmers to consider shutting down or reducing production capacity.
Assadollah Nejad also announced an increase in the number of advertisements for ready-to-rent poultry units.
According to the vice president of the Meat Poultry Farmers Association; Due to the lack of change in the characteristics of the poultry owner in the production license when renting a unit, it is not possible to give exact statistics on the number of rented units. Assadollah Nejad stated:
Some poultry farmers have also shared their units with production chains due to their financial inability, which is also a kind of leasing of production units.