Nvidia is a technology corporation founded in 1993 and headquartered in California, United States. The main products of Nvidia include central processing units (CPU), graphics processing units (GBU) and chipsets. Nvidia is one of the largest hardware developers in the world, with only one major competitor — AMD. Nvidia has greatly profited from the outburst of cryptocurrency popularity. A lot of miners use products from Nvidia for Bitcoin mining. As Nvidia provides most of consumers GPUs, mining with Nvidia’s products have become widespread. Seeing the emerging consuming base, Nvidia developed mining drivers and technologies for improving the speed of mining. Nvidia’s GPU Technology Conference is one of the main IT events that gathers people from different fields, including cryptocurrency industry, and where various applications of AI and deep learning are presented.
Graphics card giant Nvidia reported “nominal” sales of its crypto mining chips and expected overall revenues to be down in Q2, which drove down its share price.
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Nvidia’s crypto mining product line sales are expected to decline to “very negligible” in the fourth quarter.
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The company expects a minimal contribution from its cryptocurrency mining processor sales going forward.
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With Ether sinking below $2,000, the price of graphics cards has seen a further decline from June to July.
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