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  • AsicBoost Halong's DragonMint Bitcoin Miner Set To Shatter Bitmains Mining Monopoly Altcoin News, Companies, Hardware, Mining, News, News teaser

    Samsung Brings Competition to Bitmain’s ASIC Monopoly

    The Korean tech giant has been making big waves in the crypto scene by confirming that they’ve already started manufacturing cryptocurrency mining chips, according to a Samsung spokesperson. Cutting-Edge Fabrication Samsung has products in loads of technology sectors, and it’s no surprise they’d eventually get into the Bitcoin game. A company spokesperson told Techcrunch that Samsung is “currently engaged in the manufacturing of cryptocurrency mining chips.” They’ve already gotten a taste for cryptocurrency mining as

    · April 12, 2018 · 4:30 am
  • Monero Altcoin News, Altcoins, News, News teaser

    What the Fork? Monero Classic Already Accused of Being a ‘Scam’

    Today, some individuals involved with Monero have “declared sovereignty” against the developers of the prominent privacy-focused cryptocurrency — choosing instead to follow the ASIC-supporting legacy chain dubbed Monero Classic. A Declaration of Decentralization According to an official statement from MoneroClassic.org, the forked cryptocurrency comes about as a resistance to Monero developers changing the cryptocurrency’s proof-of-work model to counter Bitmain-produced ASICs — a decision purportedly made out of fear that Bitmain would be able to effectively

    · April 6, 2018 · 9:30 am
  • Bitmain Unveils First Public Ethereum ETHhash ASIC Miner Blockchain Technology, Ethereum, Mining, News

    Bitmain Unveils First Public Ethereum ETHhash ASIC Miner

    Bitmain has announced the release of the first Ethereum ASIC which is set to disrupt the Ethereum mining scene. Bitmain just announced on Twitter that the first widely available ETHhash ASIC will be on sale. This announcement comes after a lot of talk about Ethereum’s future with ASICs, proof of stake and a hard fork which would limit the use of ASICs on the Ethereum Blockchain. According to the Bitmain shop page, the ASIC, called

    · April 3, 2018 · 6:00 pm
  • Tethers Now Supported on the Ethereum Network Altcoin News, Ethereum, Mining, News, News teaser

    Ethereum Mining Faces ‘A Centralization Problem’

    As Ethereum (ETH) struggles to break free of its steep downward trend, rumors of a new Bitmain ASIC mining rig continues to hold the price down. A Changing Landscape for Ethereum Mining Rumors are swirling through the cryptocurrency market in regards to a new ASIC mining rig from Bitmain, built specifically for Ethereum mining. According to a CNBC report cited by TechCrunch, the rumors surfaced after analyst Christopher Rolland visited China and learned of a

    · March 28, 2018 · 8:00 am
  • Samsung ASIC miners, News, News teaser

    Samsung Enters ‘Mass Production’ Of ASIC Miners

    South Korean electronics giant Samsung has begun manufacturing ASIC hardware geared to cryptocurrency mining in a Chinese partnership. Samsung Edges In On Bitmain That’s according to a report in local news outlet The Bell, which on Monday stated the deal with Taiwanese operator TSMC Taiwan was already resulting in “mass production.” The move would constitute the second major step into the mining sector by a global multinational this month after Eastman Kodak announced a surprising

    · January 30, 2018 · 6:30 am
  • Kodak Altcoins, ASIC miners, Bitcoin, Companies, News, News teaser

    Press The Button, Get Scammed: Kodak Bitcoin Miner Branded ‘Blatant Lie’

    Embattled photography giant Kodak has released a Bitcoin miner which has already earnt “scam” accusations from the Bitcoin industry. ‘The Dumbest Thing I’ve Seen At CES’ In an unlikely move by the company, which sought to change direction after financial problems brought it to the brink of collapse, the new Kodak ASIC KashMiner promises a $9000 dividend on a two-year contract. Along with the hardware, Kodak announced it would also launch an ICO for its

    · January 10, 2018 · 12:00 pm
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    BW Delays Public Sale of 14nm Bitcoin ASIC Miners

    BW, one of the world’s leading Bitcoin mining hardware manufacturers, have posted an update regarding the status of their 14nm mining chip. As mining chips become smaller, they should consume less energy each while offering the same – or more – hashing power. So far, it seems BW has sold out their first batch of miners already, which is a positive sign for things to come. Also read: Uphold Partners With YES BANK To Strengthen

    · April 7, 2016 · 8:00 am
  • LTCGear Bitcoinist ASIC miners, Bitcoin, Companies, Mining, News, News teaser

    LTCGear: What’s going on?

    If you peer over to Litecointalk, a forum dedicated exclusively to Litecoin, LTCGear has been a rather infamous topic for the last couple of months. LTCGear started by a member by the username Beekeeper, also known by his real name Chris. When Chris started the service, members both senior and junior ravished over its profitability, legitimacy and was always out of stock due to these reasons.  Then starting in December of last year, LTCGear started

    · February 19, 2015 · 3:00 pm
  • Bitcoin, Bitcoin Regulation, Legislation, News, News teaser

    Australian Regulators Issue Stop Order For Bitcoin Mining Company’s Pre-Prospectus Publications

    The ambitions of a Melbourne-based bitcoin mining pool, Bitcoin Group, to go public has have have been put on hold by the country’s regulators. The company announced back in October of 2014 that they are pursuing an IPO on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), around to the Sydney Morning Herald. But a stop order on pre-prospectus publications by the mining company has been issued by the Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC), has put a

    · February 13, 2015 · 4:24 pm
  • ASIC miners, Bitcoin, Bitcoin Businesses, Companies, Mining, News, Start-Ups

    ASICRising new Chip Halves Bitcoin Mining Energy

    ASICRising, a German start-up is trying to find investors to produce a new high-performance microchip that it says would make bitcoin mining much cheaper and energy efficient. The process of mining is becoming increasingly expensive. While mining requires enormous amounts of energy to feed the computing power and cooling systems needed to get the hashing done, ASICRising happily says it has found a solution to this problem: an energy-efficient, low-voltage chip that together with specific

    · August 16, 2014 · 5:31 am
  • ASIC miners, Bitcoin, Companies, News

    Spondoolies-Tech SP-10 Dawson Review + Video

      The first time we heard about Spondoolies-Tech was at the 2014 Amsterdam conference. I had a chance to talk to the company leaders and ask about their product. You can find the interview that was made with them below. [youtube id=”FYtAdUJTdHw” mode=”normal” align=”center”] The mining hardware provider sector is getting bigger and bigger. People are not risking to pre order as their trust have been vanished because of scam companies, failed deliveries or used

    · July 3, 2014 · 11:00 am
  • Cloud Mining Companies, Markets and Prices, Mining, News

    2$ / GH/s? Yes, it is possible with CloudHashing…

    CloudHashing, the first cloud Bitcoin mining company in the world, is further strengthening their market leadership by offering a record price for hashing power. “Our recent merger with the advanced hardware manufacturer HighBitCoin to form the company PeerNova allows us to do things no one else can in regards to volume of hashing power and price point,” said Lukas Gilkey of CloudHashing. PeerNova’s new PetaOne Blade features a custom 28nm chip with an industry leading power efficiency

    · June 24, 2014 · 8:26 am
  • ASIC miners, Reviews

    BitBurner XX – Bitcoin mining hardware – hands on

    This is the story of a Mining Group – respecting their privacy no names or places will be mentioned. We are aiming to write miner reviews to help you with your choice. Last april there was something in the air. A groupbuy was organized by Sebastian JU, which directed our attention towards the first generation of Avalon chips. At this point nobody suspected there was going to be a huge delay. Hoping for the best,

    · December 22, 2013 · 6:40 pm