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Antminer T19 May Not Affect Bitcoin Hash Rate but Keeps Bitmain Ahead

Earlier this week, Chinese mining-hardware juggernaut Bitmain unveiled its new product, an application-specific integrated circuit called Antminer T19. The Bitcoin (BTC) mining unit is the latest to join the new generation of ASICs — state-of-the-art devices designed to mitigate increased mining difficulty by maximizing the terahashes-per-second output. The Antminer T19 announcement comes amid the post-halving …

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Bitmain Unveils Cheaper T19 Bitcoin Miner to Regain Lost Market Share

Bitmain on Monday released the Antminer T19, a cheaper bitcoin mining machine, in an effort to regain lost market share. The Beijing-based company said the Antminer T19 has computing power or hashrate of 84 terahash per second (TH/s) and power efficiency of 37.5 joules per terahash (J/TH). The latest hardware is modeled after Bitmain’s more …

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Bitmain Launches New T19 Bitcoin Miner After S17’s Troubled Launch

World-leading mining hardware producer Bitmain launched its new Antminer T19 Bitcoin Mining application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC). According to a June 1 announcement, Bitmain’s new Antminer T19 features a SHA256 hash rate of 84 terahash/second with a 3% error margin and a power efficiency of 37.5 joules/terahash with a 5% error margin.  The new ASIC model …

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GRX Group’s GRID Platform Hosts its First Tokenized Security

Adtech firm tribeOS launched shares in its company as tokenized securities via GSX Group’s GRID platform. According to an announcement shared with Cointelegraph on May 27, the shares were already created using GSX Group’s STACS proprietary blockchain network. Per the announcement, STACS is designed to bring more efficiency to the legacy capital markets. GSX Group’s …

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Bitmain Cofounder Allegedly Expelled – Could Face Litigation for Operation Interference

One of the largest ASIC mining manufacturers worldwide, Bitmain, has allegedly ousted cofounder Micree Zhan. Regional reports note that he’s been threatened with litigation if he interferes with company operations. According to two local announcements written in Chinese, Bitmain has warned Zhan two times not to intervene with employees. Last October, news.Bitcoin.com reported on the …

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China Strikes Down 10% of Global BTC Hashrate, Who Will Pick Up The Slack?

The government of China’s Sichuan province moves to stamp out Bitcoin (BTC) mining activity, citing that growing cryptocurrency prices have led to the escalation of illegal activity under the guise of mining. Sichuan — 10% of the global hashrate According to estimates from Cambridge University, Sichuan is responsible for almost 10% of the global hashrate. …

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45 Older-Generation Bitcoin Miners Are Unprofitable After the Reward Halving

On May 11, the Bitcoin network experienced its third block reward halving, which had chopped the 12.5 BTC reward to 6.25 coins following the event. It’s been close to a week later, and data stemming from mining rig profitability websites show that more than 45 older generation devices are not profitable right now at today’s …

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Someone Was Propping Up the Bitcoin Cash Hashrate at a Loss in April

Since it was first launched back in August 2017, Bitcoin Cash (BCH) has failed to make an impact in terms of metrics like price and trading volume. Having said that, the altcoin, whose roots can be found in the epic Bitcoin (BTC) scaling debate of the mid-2010’s, still has its hardcore supporters. And new research …

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Up to 30% of Bitcoin Miners Close Shop as Business Turns Unprofitable After Halving

About a third of Bitcoin (BTC) mining firms may already be switching off their machines as the business becomes unprofitable due to a reduction in mining rewards. The third Bitcoin halving – consummated earlier today – reduced supply of the pioneering cryptocurrency, cutting the bonus paid to miners for solving mathematical puzzles that underpin the …

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Bitcoin Mining Markets Heat Up: Ebang’s $41M Deficit, Bitmain’s Alleged 2020 Revenue

The Chinese ASIC mining rig manufacturer Bitmain reportedly pulled in $300 million in revenue during Q1 2020. Meanwhile, as Bitmain claims to be regaining market share, the firm Ebang recently applied with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for initial public offering (IPO) status. However, the prospectus sent to SEC shows that while Ebang …

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