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ASUS Hardware Will Start Letting Gamers Use Idle GPU Power to Mine Crypto
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ASUS Hardware Will Start Letting Gamers Use Idle GPU Power to Mine Crypto
Taiwanese tech giant ASUS is opening up ways to allow gamers to use excess power on their graphics cards to mine crypto whilst they play. ASUS is one of the largest producer of computer hardware in the world, and the world’s 5th largest vendor of PCs by sales. The firm has now announced a partnership with Quantumcloud, a mining app provider which is planning to allow gamers the option of…
600,000 Miners Shut Down Business In The Last Two Weeks
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600,000 Miners Shut Down Business In The Last Two Weeks
According to F2Pool, the third largest mining pool, between 600,000 and 800,000 bitcoin miners have shut down business. They have shut down at a rapid pace and done so by mid-November. Why have bitcoin miners shut down? Mao Shixing is the founder of F2Pool and told Coindesk bases his estimates on the number of miners that have shut down on different metrics. These metrics consists of the total hashrate drop…
Class-Action Suit Claims Bitmain Used Customer Resources to Mine Bitcoin
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Lawsuit Claims Bitmain Used Customer Resources to Mine Bitcoin
Based on a class-action suit which was filed in a Northern California district court in the United States, Bitmain has allowed some shady practices over the past few years. According to the suit, Bitmain accessed user resources when they were going through the “initialization” process to mine for Bitcoin. According to a bitcoin miner who was also a Bitmain user, during the initial period which a miner was in possession…
Cryptocurrency Miners Selling Mining Devices by Kilo in China Due to Market Decline
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Cryptocurrency Miners Selling Mining Devices by “Kilo” in China Due to Market Decline
According to the Chinese crypto outlet, 8BTC crypto miners in China are selling their equipment. 8BTC used the mining pool F2Pool as a reference regarding the selloff. Cryptocurrency mining not profitable The cryptocurrency market is declining rapidly, and the price of bitcoin fell below $4,300 during November 20. Bitcoin hit a 13-month low in price, and we see great losses across the whole cryptocurrency market. According to Coinmarketcap.com, the total…