Texas Coalition Against Cryptomining  in the Media

How a Bitcoin Mining Facility is Causing Headaches, Health Concerns for Hood County Residents

Granbury residents said a nearby Bitcoin mining facility creates loud noise 24/7, keeping them awake. Neighbors believe it's the cause of their health problems.

A Texas Town’s Misery Underscores the Impact of Bitcoin Mines Across the U.S.

Andrew Chow for Time.com

“Every night, the nurse anesthetist Cheryl Shadden lies awake in her home in Granbury, Texas, listening to a nonstop roar. “It’s like sitting on the runway of an airport where jets are taking off, one after another,” she says. “You can't even walk out on your back patio and speak to somebody five feet away and have them hear you at all.” “

Texans versus bitcoin: Jackie Sawicky and the Texas Coalition Against Cryptomining

Amy Castor & David Gerard

“A voice in the crowd asked but why Navarro? “You have two very valuable resources,” Harris responded. There’s the Navarro switch — meaning Riot could plug itself directly into the state’s power grid — and plenty of fresh water for cooling.

“He told us from the beginning we are coming here to exploit your resources,” Jackie said.“


Corsicana, TX – Greenpeace USA will join Texans and activist groups for a week of action to

combat Bitcoin’s exploitative and polluting practices.

Let Them Eat Crypto

The Texas Coalition Against Cryptomining was interviewed & included in this book by Peter Howson.

No Crypto

The Texas Coalition Against Cryptomining was interviewed and included in the French book by Nastasia Hadjadji

CBS News 11

Jackie Sawicky of the Texas Coalition Against Cryptomining explains to CBS News 11 Dallas viewers why bitcoin “miners” like Riot Platforms are getting paid millions in credits for powering down.

Scam Economy

Jackie Sawicky speaks with Matt Binder in this in-depth discussion detailing the corrupt, destructive, and shady Bitcoin “mine” project Riot Platforms is building in Navarro County.

ABC News

TCAC founder Jackie Sawicky, Earthjustice, Texas Sierra Club, and Public Citizens held a press conference about Riot Platforms making $31.7 million in the month of Sept 2023

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