Governing: Two years after cryptocurrency miners were pouring into this college town near the Canadian border, the boom in this exotic new high-tech industry hasn't quite turned to bust. But it has calmed down, and a sense of reality has settled in.
One of the main players in the business left town amid a price dispute. But Plattsburgh residents have filled some of the gap, buying their own "mining" computers to seek out this new form of currency and help with their home heating bills.
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