Even in today’s bear market for cryptocurrency, miners continue to flourish and thrive; because of this, there are a wide range of choices for those wishing to mine Bitcoin and [...]
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Great news for Bitcoin miners and ASIC rig fans – Bitmain just released firmware for the Antminer S9, one of the most enduring and popular cryptocurrency mining rigs on the [...]
Cryptocurrency mining continues to evolve at a rapid pace and remains hyper-competitive as we head towards the end of 2018. Today, if you want a real shot at scoring high cap currencies like Bitcoin, then you need to consider collocating your miners. What is colocation — and how can it be used to maximize your cryptocurrency mining revenues? Read on to see what our experts have to say about colocation and how it can help you boost your ROI on your mining investment.
One of the most frequent questions the MiningStore team receives from new and established miners is about the differences between GPU and ASIC mining rigs. While both ASIC and GPU models use complex algorithms to solve problems and generate a cryptocurrency reward, there are differences between the two. Understanding how both GPU and ASIC work and the factors that differentiate them can help you make the best choice for your cryptocurrency mining investment and help you decide if you need to buy a versatile GPU based rig or a dedicated ASIC setup.