The Russian Association of Cryptoindustry is working to create mining pools which will offer better conditions to the local mining companies.
Miners in Russia can now take advantage of cheap electrical energy produced in Russia itself. Companies in Russia now believe that its time to legalize all activities and set a universal rule in the crypto sector.
According to RACIB, more than 400,000 people are employed in the sector with 70,000 enterprises operating hundreds of thousands of mining rigs. Some of those are industrial-size farms, however, many ordinary Russians are also mining cryptocurrency in their homes and garages. Shcheltsin and his colleagues believe the number of amateur miners is gradually decreasing while professional players in the market are growing and hiring more experts, from electricians and cooling engineers, to IT specialists and program developers.