Green Crypto Miner in Canada to Go Public With Ticker ‘SATO’

(Bloomberg) — Canada Computational Unlimited Inc. has been conditionally approved for trading on the TSX Venture Exchange in Toronto under the stock symbol “SATO.”, as the company calls itself, operates a high-grade, carbon-neutral Bitcoin mining center, according to a statement. It recently gained the backing of True Global Ventures 4 Plus, a blockchain-equity fund that just closed a $100 million raise. 

“ presents investors with an opportunity to participate in a resource efficient investment and the crypto market respectively,” Romain Nouzareth, chairman and CEO of, said in a statement. “We are also delighted to have obtained the SATO ticker as an homage to Satoshi Nakamoto,” a reference to the mysterious inventor of Bitcoin.

The stock is expected to begin trading on or about Sept. 12, according to the statement. The approval becomes a formal arrangement at the date of listing, the company said.

The environmental impact of energy consumption from Bitcoin miners has been a concern for years, with the issue coming into further relief in recent months as billionaire Elon Musk cited it as a reason for his Tesla Inc. to stop accepting the cryptocurrency as a payment method. 

TGV 4 Plus Founder Dusan Stojanovic said in an email that the fund was attracted to because, among other things, it’s running 100% on hydroelectricity and has numerous ways to grow, such as by developing other centers around the world.

(Company adds specifics on approval in first, fourth paragraphs.)

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