Bitfarms was up by 9.58%, followed by Hive (8.55%) and Stronghold (8.33%).
BIT Mining’s stock fell by as much as 39.85%. The Hong Kong-headquartered miner announced Thursday that it would raise about $16 million by selling shares and warrants via a registered direct offering.
The company has entered into a deal with institutional investors which is expected to close June 27, per an announcement Thursday.
Here’s how crypto mining companies performed on Thursday, June 23: