Bitcoin miners can breathe a sigh of relief. While profits aren't far from their lowest in the past year and a half, they appear to be on the rise again. That may be thanks to the introduction of newer, more efficient mining hardware.
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Gaming peripheral maker Razer launched a cryptocurrency mining scheme called SoftMiner. You use its software to mine and in return, you get Razer Silver which you can use to buy Razer gear.
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Nvidia's previous claims of putting gamers first have come under fire as recent financial results suggest it made hundreds of millions of dollars selling graphics cards to cryptocurrency miners.
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Cryptominers are now one of the most common types of malware, beating out long standing malicious software like ransomware. But is this new type of threat here to stay? We spoke to security experts to find out.
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ASIC miners are designed specifically with Bitcoin mining in mind, making them faster than any PC hardware.
Just about any device capable of banging a few numbers together can contribute to a cryptocurrency mining pool, that means almost any device can technically mine any bitcoin. Thing is, it might take you a little while.
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The best Bitcoin miner is one that's affordable, efficient, and powerful, but most crucially available. If you have cheap electricity and a few thousand dollars burning a hole in your pocket, here are the best Bitcoin miner rigs.
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The New York State Public Service Commission is allowing power companies to charge higher rates to cryptocurrency miners. At least three companies reside in upstate New York, driving prices up for everyone in the vicinity.
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Buying any graphics card today is harder than it was just a few ago, thanks to inflation and supply issues caused by cryptocurrency mining. Attempts to curb the practice seem to be having little to no effect.
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A recent leak shows that Inno3D is gearing up to launch a graphics card dedicated to cryptocurrency mining that is based on the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. It will be a cutdown version with no video output or mounting brackets.
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