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Ether Hashrate Climbs to New Heights, Reports Say a 2,000 Megahash ETH Miner Set to Drop This Summer

In December 2020, the mining rig manufacturer Innosilicon released a new ethereum miner called the Innosilicon A10 Pro+, which processes Ethereum-based hashrate at around 750 megahash per second (MH/s). Regional reports have noted Innosilicon is dropping a new ether mining rig this summer that processes speeds of up to 2,000 MH/s. Additionally, during the course of the last few months, the Ethereum network hashrate has continued to climb relentlessly. Ethereum Hashrate Ramps Up While ethereum (ETH) prices have touched new all-time highs (ATH) in 2021, miners on the network are pulling in hefty profits. Moreover, miners have limited time on…

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Bitcoin Hashrate Ramps to 130 Exahash Amid Next-Generation Miner Shortage

Regional reports from China have highlighted that a number of major Chinese ASIC mining rig manufacturers have sold out of their next-generation model stock. The shrinking supply of high-performance machines may be due to the shortage of 7nm and 8nm chips from TSMC and Samsung. Bitcoin miners are finding it difficult to obtain next-generation application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) mining rigs after a number of firms have sold out. Semiconductor goliaths like Samsung and TSMC have been struggling to keep up with the demand that was sparked by the Covid-19 outbreak. On September 10, financial columnist, Vincent He, detailed that mining…

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Ethereum Price Creates GPU Shortage, Some Manufacturers Blame Nvidia

During the last four weeks, cryptocurrency markets have gathered significant value, and the crypto asset ethereum gained over 40% during the last 30-days. The price of ether moving northbound has caused a strain on the graphics processing unit (GPU) market, as ETH miners have become scarce. Regional reports stemming from China explain that GPU miners are becoming much harder to obtain since the price of ether started rising exponentially. Ethereum (ETH) touched an 11-month high on Monday, touching $327 per coin. Statistics from Etherscan shows that Ethereum’s network hashrate has increased by 25.7% since the first week in January 2020.…

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