Dogecoin (DOGE) mining announcement crashes video streaming site

The social platform that announced Dogecoin (DOGE) and Litecoin (LTC) mining collapsed.

The Canadian-based social platform Hello Pal said that the website was temporarily interrupted in February. According to a press release shared by the company on Thursday, the incident occurred shortly after it announced that it was investing in Dogecoin and Litecoin mining.

Hello Pal during crash; He shared details that he bought a 15 percent stake in the Dogecoin and Litecoin mining facility. According to reports, the facility, with a capacity of 70 megawatts and containing more than 90 thousand hardware, is the world’s largest mining area dedicated to DOGE and LTC mining.

The social platform also announced that it has received more than half of the 12,500 mining hardware dedicated to DOGE and LTC mining. According to Hello Pal, news about Dogecoin and Litecoin mining investment led to a massive increase in traffic on the website of over 1,000 percent. This traffic increase was enough to temporarily crash the site.

Hello Pal’s video and app service experienced similar traffic growth, but no downtime. KL Wong, founder of Hello Pal, commented on the traffic growth that caused the website to crash as a positive development:

“The sharp increase in our website and the Hello Pal app proves how accurate our support for Dogecoin and cryptocurrencies in general is.”

The Dogecoin mining initiative is seen as an example of the company’s expansion of the cryptocurrency scale it supports. Hello Pal; It offers crypto wallet service for Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH) and similar digital assets.

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