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  • Bitcoins are created as a reward for a process known as mining. They can be exchanged for other currencies, products, and services. As of Those who chose to put computational and electrical resources toward mining early on had a greater chance at receiving awards for block generations. Th
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  • # [[Pool vs. solo mining|Solo-mine]] a block, and have the newly-mined coins sent to your wallet. ...the fact that you're using bitcoin at all. As the coins were obtained by [[mining]] they are entirely unlinked from any other information about you. Since th
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  • Below are statistics about the Bitcoin [[Mining]] performance of [[ASIC]] hardware and '''only includes specialized equipment that has been shipped GPUs, CPUs and other hardware not specifically designed for Bitcoin mining can be found in the [[Non-specialized_hardware_comparison]].
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  • .... For GPUs, CPUs, and other hardware not specifically designed for bitcoin mining [[Non-specialized_hardware_comparison|see here]]. '''Only specialized equip | [[ASIC]] || || 1,155,000 || 1,957 || 3,121 || 590W || $370 || {{Yes}} || Ethernet
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  • '''DeepBit''' was a [[Pooled mining|mining pool]]. The site currently reports a hash rate of 0 Gh/s<ref>[https://deepb ...a simple reward sharing scheme and fast payments. It was once the biggest mining pool and at one point had more than 50% of the overall hash power at the ti
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  • Sold contracts for purchasing mining rig capacity. The service was offered by community member Vladimir. ...to miners a [[Bitcoin Mining Operations Management Service|service]] where mining rigs could be managed by the operator remotely.
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  • *[[Mining Explorer]] - monitoring tool for bitcoin mining ...coin Monitor] - Desktop widget to monitor status of your Bitcoin miners on mining pools (KDE)
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  • '''CGMiner''' is an open source ASIC/FPGA miner written in C, cross platform for Linux, Windows and OS X, and in Version 3.8.0 of 10th November 2013 dropped support for scrypt and GPU mining.
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  • ...is page should serve as an entry point and a place to organize most of our mining articles. Thank You! (-Atheros) --> ...e:Quick-and-dirty-4x5970-cooling.jpg|thumb|right|A home-made "[[Mining rig|mining rig]]"]]
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  • |industry=[[Mining pool]] '''Bitminter''' was a [[Pooled mining|bitcoin mining pool]]. Roughly 1% of the bitcoins in circulation came from Bitminter.
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  • A modular ASIC, FPGA, GPU and CPU miner written in C, cross platform for Linux, Mac, and W ...butterflylabs.com/bitforce-sc-release-notes/ Butterfly Labs's BitForce SC (ASIC) product line]
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  • ...targets greater than difficulty 1 for pool shares. With the advent of ASIC mining, many hashrates may be sufficiently high that difficulty 1 creates too much Higher difficulty pooled mining saves bandwidth and does not affect the expected return; however, volatilit
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  • getblocktemplate is the new decentralized Bitcoin mining protocol, openly developed by the Bitcoin community over mid 2012. It supercedes the old [[getwork]] mining protocol.
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  • ...PT parameters, it was discovered later, led directly to GPU, and then ASIC-mining almost from the start. ...ol. Large "Founder's Reward" which is paid out over the first few years of mining to people including Roger Ver.
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  • ...available. These tables should help you find what will work best for your mining. ! colspan='15' | mining devices (virtual)
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  • The '''Avalon Project''' produces [[ASIC]] miners. The project created by 张楠赓<sup><small><nowiki>[</nowiki>''t ...rd generation machine. named Avalon3. it is 2U size, using the newest 40nm ASIC, (7GHS/chip, 0.7Watt/G).
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  • Sells mining contracts in 1 Gigahash units. The service is offered by community member B The service is quoted to begin mining in May 2013<ref>[http://www.cloudhashing.com/about-us]</ref>. They plan to
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  • ...[https://www.bitcoinmining.com/best-bitcoin-cloud-mining-contract-reviews/ mining contracts] in 1, 0.5 or 0.2 Gigahash units. The service is quoted to begin mining in September 2013<ref>[http://www.minerlease.com/contracts/1year/]</ref>. T
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  • ...[https://www.bitcoinmining.com/best-bitcoin-cloud-mining-contract-reviews/ mining contracts] in 1 Gigahash units with Fixed & Indefinite contract types. The service is quoted to begin mining in September 2013<ref>[http://www.bitcoinfrenzy.com/pricing/]</ref>. They p
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  • '''KnCMiner''' is a Swedish mining hardware manufacturer. It's working on ASIC hardware. They also operate a mining pool. The [[coinbase]] signature for the pool is: "KnCMiner" <ref>[https://
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  • ...settings, coin address balance monitoring, a pre-populated list of common mining pools, and [[MobileMiner]] support for controlling Asteroid from a smartpho ...based mining hardware (such as an ASICMINER USB Block Erupter, and other [[ASIC]]s or [[FPGA]]s)
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  • [[Category:Mining contractors]] [[Category:Mining]]
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  • Avalon2 is the second machine of [[Avalon]] project. It uses 55nm ASIC chips. [[File:A3255 ASIC.jpg | 320px]]
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  • '''E-Pickaxe''' Sells Bitcoin mining contracts from 2 GH/s to 128 GH/s. for 1 year. [[Category:Mining contractors]]
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  • ...en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hashcash hashcash] [[Proof_of_work]] function as the mining core. All bitcoin miners whether CPU, GPU, FPGA or ASICs are expending the ...oposal]] bitcoin precursors, also were proposed in the context of hashcash mining.
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  • * setup your mining worker: Status -> Cgminer Configuration. '''AsicCount: The asic count on each miner. it is fixed 10'''
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  • ...re runs as a BeagleBoard controlling a number of ASIC modules. Each of the ASIC modules has 4 or 8 "dies". During the starting of the miner the clock rate # If performing badly or temps/draw very high stop mining go back to 6
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  • ...roud to lead the retail bitcoin mining market with our new GoldStrike™ I ASIC and our 2TH/s TerraMiner™ IV Bitcoin miner rigs – both representing the ...://www.bitcoinmining.com/best-bitcoin-cloud-mining-contract-reviews/ Cloud Mining Contract Reviews]
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  • PolishPool.pl [[Pooled mining|mining pool]]. * Port 3333 mining
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  • Bitcoin Ultra is a UK based mining hardware manufacturer. Their hardware is based on the Coincraft A1 ASIC chip.
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  • ...inMiner.net] contains the latest information on Bitcoin Miner, the Bitcoin mining process, and many other related areas. The site contains information suited What are ASIC's?<br>
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  • ...med to make only CPU mining remain profitable, even with the advent of GPU mining, and completely failed in that goal. ...) by ArtForz and Lolcust, it was claimed to be resistant to GPU, FPGA, and ASIC implementation.
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  • Bitcoin ASIC Miner manufacturer ...ts of its EX1 miner and is powering a high percentage of the whole bitcoin mining network.
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  • ...2014-04-04 }}</ref> VertCoin is advertised as being [[Mining#ASIC_Mining|ASIC]] resistent and [[multipool]] resistant<ref name="Vertorg">{{cite web | ti
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  • AntMiner is a brand name for bitcoin mining ASIC hardware. ANTMINER S1 is a Bitcoin mining rig with a speed of 180 GH/s.
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  • ...he community. Bitmain is able to provide the most power effective Bitcoin mining solution on today’s market. ...sts, entrepreneurs and Bitcoin enthusiasts. Our core members have years of ASIC development experience, and have designed and mass produced several digital
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  • ...site]</ref> is an Estonian company manufacturing ASIC-based cryptocurrency mining equipment, with the goal of providing the average investor with the ability ...bitcoin-mining-manufacturer-hashfast-enters-chapter-11-bankruptcy/ Bitcoin Mining Manufacturer HashFast Enters Chapter 11 Bankruptcy]</ref>
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  • The PoW algorithm used for mining Bitcoin is SHA2. The following mining algorithms are being used in different altcoins:
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  • TimeToBit sells Bitcoin mining contracts from 50 GH/s to no limits. All Contracts are valid for one year. ...operates datacenters in 3 different continents sporting KnC and Cointerra mining rigs.
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  • * A3222 ASIC Datasheet: http://downloads.canaan-creative.com/hardware/A3222/datasheet/ Power usage: 0.4-0.6J/Gh on ASIC side
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  • This page lists numerous things mining manufacturers should think about on a technical level before releasing a pr ...ature is considered "normal" for this device, and at what level should the mining software default to shutting it down?
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  • ...mining contracts] with live technical Support, no hidden fees, and instant mining contract delivery. Bitcoin cloud services sells hashing power by the gigaha [[Category:Mining contractors]]
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  • ...ut does not include many GPUs which were released after the advent of ASIC mining. ...hot in VRM that not sound good to me... i don't want to kill it for my fun mining ... - Nito Niwatori
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  • ...VI Company Number: 1784369), is deploying a large-scale [[Bitcoin]] [[ASIC mining|mine]] named '''IceDrill'''. The company is hereby releasing an asset for s ...ationship with HashFast to acquire significant volumes of its new 400 Gh/s ASIC chips on a continual basis.
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  • ...platforms for Bitcoin [[mining]] in both speed and efficiency, all Bitcoin mining hardware that is practical in use will make use of one or more Bitcoin ([[B Note that Bitcoin ASIC chips generally can ''only be used for Bitcoin mining''. While there are rare exceptions - for example chips that mine both Bitc
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  • HashFast Technologies is an [[ASIC]] mining hardware designer and retailer.
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  • Bitmine AG was a retailer of Bitcoin [[mining]] hardware and [[ASIC|Bitcoin mining ASICs]], both under the name CoinCraft. == ASIC ==
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  • ...successful [[FPGA]] Bitcoin miners (ModMiner), and had hoped to release an ASIC design, taking pre-orders for funding. ...bASIC was announced as BitcoinASIC / BTCFPGA's 'fourth generation Bitcoin mining device'.<ref>https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=79637.msg1157524#msg11
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  • {{see also|Mining}} ...s would have to be dedicated to house copious amounts of hardware used for mining, and are usually located in areas with inexpensive electricity and relative
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  • On September 23rd, 2013, they announced plans for a custom Bitcoin mining [[ASIC]], seeking funding.<ref>https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=300156.0</r
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  • |industry=[[ASIC]] manufacturing ...nced their intent to develop a Bitcoin mining [[ASIC]], using a structured ASIC approach.<ref>{{cite btct|id=67505|title=LargeCoin Pricing Announced; Takin
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  • |industry=[[ASIC]] manufacturing On April 12th, 2012, a project to develop an open source Bitcoin mining [[ASIC]], using a topology based on a direct copy of an FPGA design, was announced
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  • ...013, xCrowd announced their intention to produce a custom Bitcoin mining [[ASIC]].<ref>https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=248396.0</ref><ref>http://us
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  • Miner Edge is a USA-based Bitcoin mining hardware developer. ...nning a datacenter-level miner based on [[Spondoolies-Tech]]'s RockerBox [[ASIC]]<ref>https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1004552.msg10903539#msg109035
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  • {{Infobox company|name=Virtual Mining Corporation|image=[[{{ns:File}}:Logo-vmc.png|270x64px]]|website=[http://vir ...ining Corp was a company run by an individual who made claims to several [[ASIC]] hardware developments and sought investment by common members of the publ
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  • == ASIC development projects == {{asic
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  • ...was offered, also called a '''BitHashMiner''', which was a preorder [[ASIC|mining rig]] with supernatural specs at an unrealistically low price. The scam has ...miner depicting a [[CGMiner]] instance with two graphics cards [[Scrypt]] mining in late 2013.<ref name="op"/><ref>{{cite btct|id=944406|title=BitHashMiner
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  • ====ASIC-reset hardfork==== Imagine ASIC production has been consolidated to a single company and
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  • Ebit is brand of bitcoin mining ASIC hardware manufactured by [[Ebang|Zhejiang Ebang Communication Co.,Ltd]].
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  • ...blished a research paper titled ‘Bitcoin As Decentralized Money: Prices, Mining Rewards, and Network Security’. AMA! (Live at 10am ET, Wed 28 Nov 2018)] ...tocurrency_mining_and/ The Current State of Cryptocurrency Mining (and why ASIC-resistant approaches do not work)]
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  • reliance on massive energy consumption has scaling drawbacks and leads to mining cost in mining is that today, most existing and potential participants in the
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