How to Mine Veil (x16rt) With Nvidia and AMD GPU – The New Big Always-On Privacy Coin

How to Mine Veil (x16rt) With Nvidia and AMD GPU – The New Big Always-On Privacy Coin

Guides and Tutorials
Note: This is NOT a sponsored post. Despite the unstable market situation, cryptocurrencies are steadily making their way to the public. Not only people now know what cryptocurrencies are, they are also starting to use them for a wide variety of real-life applications. However, with adoption come regulations. Most big cryptocurrencies are already being regulated in one country or another. I’m not going to delve into the moral part of the matter, however I do believe that we all have the right to keep our possessions private, if we chose to do so. Here’s where Veil can help. 1 What is Veil? Veil is a very promising cryptocurrency that combines the latest and most efficient privacy protocols and technologies to ensure the privacy of their users. While anonymous transactions are…
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Unconfirmed: Chinese Media Reports Jihan Wu, Jenke Group to Soon Resign as Bitmain CEOs

Unconfirmed: Chinese Media Reports Jihan Wu, Jenke Group to Soon Resign as Bitmain CEOs

News
The CEOs of leading mining ASIC producer Bitmain will be allegedly soon be retiring to give place to a successor surnamed Wang. Jihan Wu and the Jenke Group will be reportedly soon retire as CEOs of leading mining ASIC producer Bitmain. Rumors about their departure were reported by Chinese local media Odaily on Dec. 28.Odaily quotes an unnamed source familiar with the situation that Bitmain is currently in a transition period. Furthermore, the article also reports that employees allegedly weren't optimistic about the outcomes of the double-CEO system.The Chinese local outlet also notes that their successor is supposedly surnamed Wang, without providing further information.In mid-November, Chinese local media reported that Wu would no longer be able to influence corporate decisions at the mining manufacturer, alleging that he had been demoted…
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How to Mine CryptoNight V8 – The New Monero!

How to Mine CryptoNight V8 – The New Monero!

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CryptoNight V8 Hardfork is Live Now! – How to Mine the New Monero Today, Monero is conducting a planned hard fork to further secure the network from ASICs and to introduce some improvements to their existing system. The CryptonightV8 hardfork comes hand by hand with the Monero 0.13.0 “Beryllium Bullet” software upgrade that brings three main changes: Bulletproofs – a modification to transaction size that also reduces fees by approximately 80% and verification time. Monero has Bulletproofs running on Testnet for half a year or so already, but was so prudent not to switch them on for Mainnet until some independent and competent people checked the implementation.rbrunner7 - XMR Contributor CryptonightV8 (CryptonightV2) – The old CryptonightV7 PoW algorithm is replaced with a newer CryptonightV8 (also referred to as CryptonightV2). The…
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SUQA Review and How to Mine – New Cool GPU Minable Coin?

SUQA Review and How to Mine – New Cool GPU Minable Coin?

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SUQA is a name of an ancient coin from Nepal that has been used for thousands of years and it also means ‘to wait’ (Time-Lock) in Somali language. I see a lot of people talking about this new project and I have decided to check it out too. Apparently, SUQA is more than just another new GPU minable shitcoin. It is a project with a vision and a solid team that backs it up. Let’s quickly review it to then get into how to mine it. What is SUQA? With so much pumping and dumping going on, most new startups are trying new measures to stabilize the market and to motivate people to hold their coins. It’s easier to hold a coin when you know that its value might increase…
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New Multi-Algorithm ASIC Miner – The Baikal Miner BK-G28

New Multi-Algorithm ASIC Miner – The Baikal Miner BK-G28

News, Tech
There is a new more powerful ASIC miner from Baikal Miner that supports multiple algorithms for mining, the new Baikal Miner BK-G28 is a more powerful successor of the previous BK-X model that the company was selling up until recently. The new BK-G28 is almost 3 times faster in terms of performance on all supported algorithms and adds Groestl support on top of the already supported other algos. With the Baikal Miner BK-G28 you can get up to 28 GHS mining performance on X11, Quark, Qubit, Myriad-Groestl, Nist5 and Groestl with varying power consumption. The hashrate for Skein is at 14 GHS and for mining X11Ghost you can expect to get about 3.5 GHS. Baikal Miner is already taking orders for the new hardware, though they do not cite official…
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MicroBT WhatsMiner M10 Bitcoin ASIC Offering 33 THS at 2145 Watts

MicroBT WhatsMiner M10 Bitcoin ASIC Offering 33 THS at 2145 Watts

Bitcoin, News, Tech
WhatsMiner M10 is a Chinese Bitcoin ASIC miner that is apparently starting to ship just now that promises performance comparable to other top SHA256 ASICs available on the market at the moment. At 33 THS with 2145 Watts of power usage it is surprisingly efficient for 16nm chips available at a price of $2000-1800 USD including a power supply. What is more interesting though is that MicroBT, the manufacturer of the WhatsMiner, has just announced their next product called WhatsMiner M10S that will supposedly be able to deliver up to 55 THS with about 3500W of power usage at 65W/THASH or 44 THS with about 2600W at 60W/THASH power usage. Whatsminer M10 Specifications: – Chips: 315 * 16nm ASIC – Hashrate: 33TH/s (+/- 5%) (depends on cooling) – Power Consumption:…
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Innosilicon T2Turbo+32T Bitcoin ASIC Miner With Up to 36 THS

Innosilicon T2Turbo+32T Bitcoin ASIC Miner With Up to 36 THS

Bitcoin, News, Tech
Innosilicon has just launched another BTC ASIC miner called T2Turbo+32T, a 32 THS miner that can run up to 36 THS according to the company with a power usage of 2200 Watts. What the company did with the new miner is to use the same 10nm ASIC chips like their previous 24 THS T2T-24T Bitcoin ASIC, but adding more chips running at lower operating frequency and delivering better efficiency per Watt. The efficiency in normal mode is 68 W/TH and the miner can apparently run in high-performance mode delivering up to 36 THS. Innosilicon currently has a special promotional price for the Innosiicon T2Turbo+32T of $1568 USD for online order with limited quantities available. It seems that Innosilicon might be taking the lead in ASIC chip development for mining crypto…
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24 THS Innosilicon T2 Turbo (T2T) Bitcoin ASIC Miner

24 THS Innosilicon T2 Turbo (T2T) Bitcoin ASIC Miner

Bitcoin, Ethereum, News, Tech
Innosilicon has released a new 24 THS Bitcoin ASIC miner based on 10nm chips utilizing Samsung Foundry’s advanced low-power FinFET technology. The new T2 Turbo miner should be capable of deliverin 24 THS hasrate with 1980 Watts of power usage, very similar to what the recently announced Japanese 7nm GMO Miner B2 promises. The Innosilicon T2 Turbo is already available for order priced at $1350 USD (roughly 0.19 BTC or 19 LTC at the moment) and it comes with a built-in power supply included in the price. Delivery of the first batch starts from 15th August to 25th August on a first come first serve basis. Innosilicon T2 Turbo Specifications: – Hashrate: 24TH/s (+/-5%) – Power Consumption: 1980W (+10%, normal mode, at the wall, with 93% efficiency PSU, 25°C temperature)…
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