Missoula County in the US state Montana has avoided a complete ban of BitCoin mining as local authority made a decision to make changes to regulations.
According to the previous report, it was cheap electricity that attracted miners to this state, but local people had to ask for a moratorium because of the power rate spikes and increased noise level. These were mainly online comments that showed this negative attitude and saying about noisy fans and operation that require much electricity.
However, a meeting held on September 27 resulted in the report added to the site of Missoula County according to which miners will be soon provided with rules developed by County Commission.
The first public hearing on this topic happened on June 14. The continuation took place in September and finally, the members of the Commission refused from adopting interim zoning and ordered to develop regulations that will solve the problems mentioned.
There is information that several people who visited the hearing during the last hearing demanded to set up a 1-year moratorium, but legal representatives of the mining company managed to take a challenge and convince the officials.
It is impossible to predict what those rules are going to be, but it is very important to solve a problem of noise as it has been mentioned in many comments.