Riot Platforms is building THE WORLD’S LARGEST EVER Bitcoin mine, and there was ZERO public knowledge, input, or consent.  There was NO economic or environmental impact studies done. There was ZERO oversight on one of the biggest projects in Navarro County’s history.

From DAY ONE - May 1st, 2022 - we’ve asked for an Official Public Town Hall Meeting.

Corsicana and Navarro County Texas locals want to ask questions and air their concerns.  The city & county have a duty to oblige.

Navarro County Residents Only, Please Sign the Petition!

Bitcoin “mining” in

Texas has to stop

Texas is #1 in cryptomining and it’s driving up everyone’s energy bills, wasting millions of gallons of water a day, and DESTABILIZING the already fragile electricity grid.

Adding insult to injury, once these “miners” have driven the grid to the brink of collapse, they’re getting paid to shut down as part of ERCOT’s “ancillary services.”

Some of these companies are also state sales tax exempt, have sweetheart long-term energy contracts, and they also obtain property tax abatements.


The Texas Coalition Against Cryptomining

The TCAC is committed to shedding light on this secretive and opaque industry.  We’re working to educate the public, support sensible legislation and do everything in our power to STOP Bitcoin “mining” in the state of Texas.

We Don’t Have the Water

Everyone knows that Bitcoin “mining” uses an extreme amount of electricity, but what most people don’t know is that they also use an excessive amount of water as well.

Here in Texas, a drought-prone state with REAL industry & agriculture, it’s obscene that state & local officials ALLOW “miners” to squander our most precious resource.


Stand Up, Speak Out

We’re organizing an autumn Week of Action this coming Oct 23 - 27th, 2023. But we can’t do it without you!

Sign up to volunteer and let Bitcoin “miners” know we don’t appreciate their business model.


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