Edward Evanson from the SlushPool mining pool said that 300-400MW Bitcoin mining machines have recently contacted him, seeking to install the machines in some regions of North America and the European Union, and some people are preparing to ship the machines to Kazakhstan. . Xinjiang's machinery was moved to the region near Central Asia. New machines from Bitmain and MicroBT will be shipped to North America. Machines heading to North America usually follow China's practice and seek traditional data centers at low "all-inclusive" hosting prices. China's computing power is not declining but is moving. Bitcoin's computing power is becoming more and more widely distributed worldwide, reducing attack vectors and alleviating people's concerns about Xinjiang's coal energy use.