Bitcoin Mining Consumes More Electricity Than 20+ European Countries

29 Nov 2017.

Bitcoin seems to consume more electricity than 20 or even more countries in Europe. The british researchers from the Power Compare platform.

23/11/2017  · There are only three countries on the entire continent of Africa that currently consume more electricity than Bitcoin mining – Egypt, South Africa, and Algeria. The current estimated annual electricity consumption for Bitcoin mining is around 29.05 TWh, that’s equivalent to 0.13 percent of the world’s overall electricity requirements.

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The estimate is that Bitcoin mining consumes a total of 29.05 TWh per year, which gives about 0.13% of global energy demand. Mining already consumes more electricity than Ireland, Croatia, Uruguay, and Ecuador. In Africa, only three countries consume more: Egypt, South Africa and Algeria (countries in gray, in the map below).

3 Jul 2019.

A new tool estimates how much electricity Bitcoin uses during the course of a year.

Bitcoin ranked among countries in terms of annual energy use.

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The entire Bitcoin network now consumes more energy than a number of countries, based on a report published by the International Energy Agency. If Bitcoin was a country, it would rank as shown below. Apart from the previous comparison, it also possible to compare Bitcoin’s energy consumption to some of the world’s biggest energy consuming nations. The result is shown hereafter. Carbon.