Bitcoin miner Bitcoin Miners, a Bitcoin mining firm based in Canada, has been trading at below $200 per share on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
The firm posted a loss of $17.65 million last quarter.
The firm’s shares fell to a low of $160.57 per share.
Its shares were trading at $150.71 per share at press time.
Bitcoin Miners CEO, Daniel Hirsch, said in a statement that he was not concerned about the decline in trading volume and that it was just a normal year for the company.
Hirsch, who said he made $1.6 million in 2016, said he plans to continue with the firm and focus on expanding the business and building on its mining capabilities.
Humble Bundle creator Jordan Sargent, who owns the company, said that he will continue working on his upcoming book, and that he expects to have it out by the end of the year.
Bitcoin miners mining machines, such as the one pictured above, are used to mine Bitcoin.
Bitcoin miners are specialized devices used to process transactions in the digital currency.
Bitcoin mining machines are used in the mining of Bitcoin, a currency used to buy and sell goods and services online.
The Bitcoin mining industry is growing rapidly and it is difficult to separate the factors that drive its growth.
Bitcoin is a decentralized digital currency that can be used to pay for goods and other services.
Bitcoin mining has become a popular method of earning income for online businesses, as people look for ways to earn bitcoins while still being able to pay with cash.
Bitcoin mining has been increasing in popularity, as more people are starting to embrace the digital currencies and they want to make money while they do so.
Bitcoin’s price has risen steadily over the past few years and has been one of the top-performing currencies in the world.
Bitcoin’s price soared over 10 percent in February, when the cryptocurrency hit a high of $2,664.