Posted March 05, 2019 04:59:09In an incident that left a Doge Miner dead, police said they were called to a house on the South Coast about 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday after the body of the miner was found.
They said the victim, who is believed to be in his late 20s, was found by his family on the front lawn of the house and the deceased was found on the ground near a tree in the area.
Doge mining is a lucrative, highly lucrative industry, according to the Bureau of Mines, which regulates the business.
In addition to being involved in the mining of virtual currency, doge mining involves using cryptocurrency as a payment mechanism.
The deceased was identified as “John Doe” on the Dogecoin.com website, which shows he is believed the person who died.
“It’s sad and tragic,” said Doge Mining, the owner of Dogecoins.com, which is based in Utah.
“It’s just an unfortunate thing that happened to him.”
In addition, Doge Mine has a history of mining at its home.
“Doge miners have a very strict protocol, which means that if someone goes to do some kind of mining operation, they have to do it right,” Doge Mines co-owner Steve Johnson said.
“They’ll tell you exactly what they’re doing, and you’ll be able to see it on the video or whatever it is they’re showing you.”
This time, they went to do mining at the home, which they didn’t do that, and that’s what led to this tragedy.
“The incident is under investigation by the Bureau in conjunction with the Utah Bureau of Investigation.
The family has been notified and is cooperating with police, Johnson said, adding the investigation is ongoing.
Doe Mining’s operations are located in a small subdivision near the popular ski resort of Whistler, about an hour northwest of Salt Lake City.
Doge Coins, the company’s logo, can be purchased in-person or online.
Dole, the Dolecoin, and other virtual currency are used as a means to buy goods and services online.