Bit Mining announced today that the first batch of 320 mining machines has arrived in Kazakhstan, with a total computing power of about 18.2 PH/S. It is expected to be deployed and put into operation on June 27. According to the plan, a total of 2,600 mining machines in the second and third batches are expected to arrive in Kazakhstan before July 1, with a total computing power of about 102.3 PH/S. Based on the company's overseas expansion strategy, the company's other self-owned mining machines will also be shipped overseas in batches. Bit Mining CEO Yang Xianfeng said: “Expanding overseas is one of the company’s long-term development strategies. The company takes the lead in investing in Texas and Kazakhstan, which will help the company establish a first-mover advantage in overseas markets. The profound insights in the mining field allow us to flexibly respond to the ever-changing global regulatory environment, and ultimately drive the company's business to achieve long-term growth."