World-leading mining hardware producer Bitmain launched its new Antminer T19 Bitcoin Mining ASIC.
Bitmain Debuts New T19 Bitcoin Miner After S17’s Troubled Launch
TokenInsight reports that Q1 2020 saw significant hash rate volatility and some mining farms fell into negative performance.
Mining Sector Sees Extreme Volatility Amid Coronavirus and Crash During Q1
Poolin releases figures showing current hashrate distribution in the lower quartile to calculate miner capitulation after the halving of Bitcoin’s block subsidy...
Miner Survivability Post-Halving: A Hash Rate Comparison
MicroBT has unveiled its coming series of 100 TH/s miners for the post-halving block rewards, igniting competition with Bitmain.
Next-Generation Bitcoin Mining Hardware Arrives Just in Time for BTC Halving
Leading mining ASIC producer Bitmain announced the intention to grant a partial refund to customers that bought AntMiners S17+ and T17+ before the price cuts.
Bitmain to Compensate Its Past Customers After Price Cut
The first round of Chinese sales for Bitmain’s Antminer S19s saw the units sell out within 24 hours, and will be shipped to buyers between March 11 and March 20...
Bitmain S19 Antminers Sell Out, Won't Ship Until May 11
The Ethereum community is still engaged in bitter debates on ProgPoW and ASIC resistance, which some believe exposed the ‘suboptimal’ nature of its governance.
The History of the Bitter Debate Over Ethereum’s ProgPoW