Cryptocurrency firm seeks damages from ex-landlord which cut power over concerns about electricity usage

The company, Shiki Entertainment, claimed the shutdown caused its cryptocurrency mining equipment to overheat, as the ventilation systems could not operate.
The company, Shiki Entertainment, claimed the shutdown caused its cryptocurrency mining equipment to overheat, as the ventilation systems could not operate.PHOTO: ST FILE

SINGAPORE - A company that ran a cryptocurrency mining farm from a rented industrial unit is in a court fight with its former landlord, which entered the premises without notice and cut off the power supply following concerns about the high electricity consumption.

The company, Shiki Entertainment, claimed the shutdown caused its cryptocurrency mining equipment in Pandan Loop to overheat, as the ventilation systems could not operate.

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