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What if Bitmain releases a new ASIC miner before the end of the year and only accepts BCH for it. Won't that drive up the BCH price when all the Bitcoin miners have to first buy BCH to get the new miner? /r/btc
Hi question I have some of them and would like either to replace them with Some smaller more efficient ones. But prices are crazy right now and those are not very common any idea about what I can but them on eBay for ? My plan was to sell and buy bitcoin or S9 What do you think ?
What effect will ASIC miners have on the price of Bitcoin?
I'm curious (and not knowledgable) about what effect the incredible rate of increase in mining will have on the price of BTC. The great analysis of oreganoofcorti made me think that there may be a supply/demand change unlike before. This may be rhetorical or impossible to answer but there are a whole lot of really smart people on the interwebs.
[HASH RATE] Where's solid evidence that bitcoin's hashrate of 140 EH/s is much more than a group of miners could achieve?
What's the average amount of hash operations a supercomputer could do? Or an ASIC mining thing? And how do we know bitcoin's current hash rate is large enough that it would be way more expensive to buy all that equipment and do a 51% attack?
Hello, first time poster here. From what I can tell, there is significantly less entrenched orthodoxy applied to how monero does things compared to other cryptocurrency. Its the only one with ASIC resistance, has a dynamic block size, is willing to contemplate the concept of linear inflation rather than treating it as an unholy abomination, etc. In general you guys have done a lot better of a job keeping down transaction fees compared to bitcoin, and as a whole are more inclined to plan for monero as an actual medium of exchange rather than a perpetually deflationary get rich scheme. With that in mind, I have a few questions:
In the event adoption of this cryptocurrency gets large enough that it ends up putting strain on the current dynamic block size status quo, what's the precise point at which you'll change how things operate in order to prevent a centralization crisis from an excessively large blockchain? What sort of exact security issues/etc prevents things like the lightning network from currently being options for this scenario?
While to a large extent price stability comes from a sufficiently deepened pool of liquidity, as has been seen with recent trends in bitcoin's price, one thing I've got to wonder about is if things such as block rewards and transaction fees can be dynamically adjusted, akin to a more democratic central bank if you will, such that monetary tightening and loosening can be done?
A lack of commitment to permanent deflation would obviously hurt monero's market capitalization, but arguably that's not a particularly important metric compared to transaction volume. https://finance.yahoo.comyahoo-finance/watchlists/crypto-top-volume-24h Despite basically being a dubiously backed centralized "cryptocurrency", tether still sees a significant amount of transaction volume purely due to its utility as a unit of currency pegged to the US dollar. Now, while I'm sure precise information on monero's own true transaction volume is under-reported due to strong privacy protections in conjunction with low fees, tether does serve as a reminder for how much demand there is for stability. Obviously its significantly more difficult to do contractionary monetary policy than inflationary, but would something like say, a decentralized dynamic peg work, where holdings of bitcoin/etc are bought and sold by a digital entity controlled by the miners work in order to stabilize monero? I'm just spitballing thoughts here though and I know there might be potential issues related to chain analysis. If you have any other good reasons why this is a bad idea please feel free to let me know. Thanks!
The turn off price is the price level in which mining Bitcoin is no longer profitable for a miner. Those who have better installations and more efficient equipment will ultimately survive. Smaller miners become unprofitable and will stop mining. It is possible to see that there was an important reduction in Bitcoin’s hash rate in the last ... ASIC Miner Value. Profitability; Opportunities; Directories. Manufacturers; Vendors; Help. FAQ; Contact us; BTC = $13,001.71. Bitmain Antminer T9+ (10.5Th) Description . Model Antminer T9+ (10.5Th) from Bitmain mining SHA-256 algorithm with a maximum hashrate of 10.5Th/s for a power consumption of 1432W. Profitability . Period /day /month /year; Income: $0.96 (0 BTC) $28.65 (0.0022 BTC) $343 ... Live income estimation of all known ASIC miners, updated every minute. ASIC Miner Value ... Aladdin Miner 16Th/s Bitcoin. Jul 2018. 16 Th/s. 1400 W. 76 db. SHA-256-$2.59 /day. Bitmain Antminer S9 (13.5Th) Sep 2017. 13.5 Th/s. 1323 W. 85 db. SHA-256 -$2.59 /day. Bitmain Antminer V9 (4Th) Mar 2018. 4 Th/s. 1027 W. 76 db. SHA-256-$2.60 /day. Dayun Zig Z1 Pro. Jun 2019. 13 Gh/s. 1500 W. 72 db ... Tardis ASIC Bitcoin miner uses 6300W of power to mine your favorite Cryptocurrency. Besides it also weighs around 37000g which is a lot less than the industry average. In comparison, Bitmain S17 BTC mining hardware only weighs 9500g. Talking about returns, a person can make $17 a day in profit from this Bitcoin mining equipment. However, as with the rest of the above ASIC bitcoin miner, the ... The price of R4 is relatively inexpensive. The cost starts at $1,560. It has high performance, and electricity consumption is insignificant compared to other analogs. Canaan Avalon Miner 741 AvalonMiner 741 image by Wikimedia Commons. Most recently, Canaan Creative presented the miner Avalon 741 – its new ASIC for mining Bitcoin. The ...
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