Bitmain has announced that its new Antminer S15 and T15 machines will go on sale starting November 8.
A new study indicates that mining a single dollar’s worth of Bitcoin exhausts far more electricity compared to mining precious metals and other rare earth materials.
The city of Plattsburgh in New York seeks to regulate crypto mining operations to be able to protect its locals’ safety and wallets.
In its third-quarter financial report, AMD states that it has raked in “negligible” revenue from Blockchain-related GPU sales, which accounted for a mere “high single digit percentage” of the manufacturer’s top line.
Blockstack head of product growth Patrick Stanley states that app mining is a system that incentivizes developers and other participating firms for developing platforms that the community really wants.
WinMiner is bringing crypto mining to the masses by eliminating entry barriers.
In a blog post, Bitmain elucidates the reason for its firmware release, stating that the company initially “decided against activating this mathematical function in mining hardware” because of the “uncertainty surrounding the use of AsicBoost.”
The city council voted 6-1 with only council member Matt Moore voting against the moratorium.
Cryptocurrency mining investment company MGT Capital Investment is facing a series of civil suits filed on behalf of its clients.
Because of the tariffs, Bitmain, Canaan, and Ebang International will be mandated to pay 27.6 percent on all units sold in the United States.
The London-based crypto cloud mining firm will introduce Bitcoin to its list of altcoins beginning November 1.
In a recent study initiated by Princeton University and Florida International University, researchers indicate that China’s crypto mining atmosphere has a huge influence over Bitcoin, a scenario that may potentially be susceptible to network manipulation.
Ex-Bitmain chip designer Yang Zuoxing is going head-to-head with his former employer as he establishes his own startup MicroBT to launch a new line of mining chips.
The Chinese man, Xu Xinghu, has been sentenced to three and a half years in prison and ordered to pay a fine of about $14,500.
OsiaNetwork has requested the Federal Election Committee to permit computer sharing for cryptocurrency mining for political contributions.