Using Samsung Galaxy A14 5G Smartphone for VRSC Crypto Mining
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2M ago
We put another budget-oriented smartphone to the test of crypto mining VerusCoin (VRSC) with it, this time around it is the Samsung Galaxy A14 5G. After the recent disappointment that the Samsung Galaxy A13 5G turned out to be with a 32-bit OS and unable to be used for mining we were a bit concerned about the A14 5G, but still decided to give it a go and risk it after seeing a good price deal on the Total by Verizon Samsung Galaxy A14 5G, 64GB, Black – Prepaid Smartphone (Locked) over at Amazon, was temporary down to $59 USD, though it seems to be back at $79.99 USD now. Specification wise th ..read more
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Dual Mining Karlsen (KLS) and ZIL Plus Autoconversion to Bitcoin
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2M ago
If you are a miner that just wants to take a good profit if/while the Karlsen (KLS) craziness continues you might want to check out our quick tutorial on how to maximize your mining profit dual mining Karlsen (KLS) and Zilliqa (ZIL) with the latest Rigel miner 1.10.0 (Nvidia only) along with utilizing the Unmineable mining pool to autoconvert the mined KLS to Bitcoin (BTC) or KAS or any other of the supported crypto coins. This way you don’t have to rely on a local console Karlsen wallet or have to deal with exchanges to sell the mined coins. It is very similar to how NiceHash works, but Nice ..read more
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The Urlacher Makes a Full S19k Pro 115T ASIC Miner Run on 120V
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2M ago
The Loki Kit by Pivotal Pleb Tech has made it easier for crypto miners to get creative and run various configurations of Bitmain S19 ASIC miners on 120V power, meaning home mining for these devices was made possible in US and other countries using this voltage. There are number of products already available using Loki and single S19 mining boards to make a good space heater for the winter such as the BitChimney Space Heater and StealthMiner, but now there is a new interesting option available as well called The Urlacher. The device is named after LuxOS engineer David Urlacher who first built ..read more
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Karlsen Network (KLS) is an ASIC-resistant Fork of KASPA (KAS)
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3M ago
Karlsen Network and the Karlsen Coin (KLS) is a new project that is forked from Kaspa (KAS) with a a modified Proof of Work algorithm called KarlsenHash that prevents KAS ASICs to mine the coin. The project is still new and early and not much information is available, so you should treat with caution as always and if installing a local wallet and node you should do it in a sandbox environment just to be on the safe side. The project has caught a lot of attention from crypto miners and a lot of GPU mining power is being sent over to mine KLS coins (50 coins per block with 1 second block time ..read more
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FutureBit Apollo II is More than Just a Bitcoin ASIC Miner for Home Users
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3M ago
The new FutureBit Apollo II has been officially announced and it is going to be available in three different versions with shipping starting in Q1 next year (2024) with preorders expected to be available from December 8th. We are not sure how to talk about this device as it is more than just a Bitcoin miner designed and made in the USA and targeted for home users… although the Apollo II Standard ($799 USD) is essentially a cool looking USB-based Bitcoin ASIC miner capable of delivering up to 10 TH/s hashrate with about 400 Watts of power usage and that device can be plugged in to an older Apo ..read more
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Using Motorola Moto G Power (2021) and Moto G Pure (2021) for VRSC Mining
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3M ago
With Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals right around the corner or already here you could be in for a good deal on Smartphones that can be used for mining VerusCoin (VRSC), so do look for sweet deals on Samsung Galaxy A03s as a popular option, that one can get you around 3.6 MH/s with a price as low as $30 USD when in promo (for an operator locked device). We are not going to be talking about Samsung here however, but about two smartphones from Motorola that you can get at a good price at the moment even without special deals – Motorola Moto G Power (2021) and Motorola Moto G Pure (2021) and ..read more
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2 GH/s PCI-E Lokotech Hashblade Scrypt ASICs Now Up for Pre-Order
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3M ago
The next generation of Scrypt mining performance and efficiency comes from Lokotech, a Norwegian company, that has opened pre-orders for their Lokotech Hashblade Scrypt ASIC boards offering about 2 GH/s mining hashrate at just 145 Watts of power (about 0.0726 J/MH) and the mining boards come in the form of PCI-E cards. The device comes in the form of a PCI-E x1 board with 128 pieces of the S1 ASICs mounted on it, air or immersion cooled and powered by 2x 6/8-pin PCI-E power connectors, communication with the computer is done either over PCI-E x1 or USB cable. And now for the most important qu ..read more
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Using the Motorola Moto G Stylus (2021) Smartphone for Mining VerusCoin (VRSC)
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4M ago
A quick look at the possible use of the Motorola Moto G Stylus (2021) smartphone for mining VerusCoin (VRSC) because of the great offer currently running on Amazon for Tracfone Motorola moto g Stylus (2020), 128GB, Gray – Prepaid Smartphone (Locked) available for just $49.99 USD. Do note that although the product page says 2020 model you are getting the slightly upgraded 2021 version instead (model XT2115DL). The Moto G Stylus is a large 6.8-inch smartphone powered by a Qualcomm SDM678 Snapdragon 678 (11 nm) chipset that has an 8-core processor (2x 2.2 GHz Kryo 460 Gold and 6x 1.7 GHz Kryo 46 ..read more
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Using the Samsung Galaxy A03s Smartphone for VerusCoin (VRSC) Mining
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4M ago
One of the most popular and affordable smartphones to get if you are interested in crypto mining VerusCoin (VRSC) is the Samsung Galaxy A03s that is also easier to find and also widely available as a locked phone with some no-contract operators at great prices (you can use it for mining without activating a SIM card and getting a phone plan). With a regular price in the $50 USD range for locked phones available on Amazon from Tracfone, Total by Verizon and Simple Mobile and often going for as low as $30 USD when in promotion like it was for the Amazon Prime Day for example it is great way to ..read more
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MiniBit 1366 and MiniBit 1397 Single-Chip Bitcoin ASIC Home Miners Powered by Bitaxe
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4M ago
If you are into Bitcoin, mining and DIY projects you’ve probably seen the Bitaxe open source hardware Bitcoin ASIC miner project that is based around a single Bitmain BM1397 ASIC chip capable of a hashrate of up to 400 GH/s with just 15 Watts of power usage and the more recent Bitaxe Ultra variant that uses a single Bitmain BM1366 ASIC chip for better efficiency at 550 GH/s with the same 15 Watts of power usage (or the BittaxeHex design for a 6x BM1366 chips). If you are not the DIY person that want to solder and build the open-source design of the Bitaxe yourself there are prebuilt versions ..read more
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