Crypto Mining Giant Bitfury Group Launches New Bitcoin ASIC Mining Hardware
The Bitfury Group, a leading infrastructure provider for Bitcoin mining, is set to launch a new suite of Bitcoin miners, Bitfury Clarke.
The announcement made on their website confirmed the development of the Bitfury Clarke ASIC miners building up on the previous successful models of Bitfury miners. This new generation of ASIC miners is energy-efficient and designed to keep your mining operation low-cost and environmentally responsible while offering optimal performance in mining.
The Clarke has variable efficiency, a fully integrated controllable lock, and integrated power on reset circuit and operations on mining starting at a low voltage of 0.3V. The ASIC miner uses the SHA256 algorithm for bitcoin mining with the hash rate reaching to speeds of 120 giga hashes per second (GH/s). The Bitfury Clarke ASIC miner is not all about power however as it is one of the most power efficient miners with rates of approximately 55 megajoules per giga hash (mW/GH).
In addition to the Bitfury Clarke chipsets, the Bitfury Group will integrate the new chips to existing generations of bitcoin miners to increase efficiency in mining. This will happen to its mining machines in its mining centers in Canada, Norway, Iceland and Republic of Georgia. Furthermore, the company will install the new chips in its Blockboxes and mining servers.
The Bitfury Group develops and delivers cutting-edge software and hardware solutions necessary for businesses, governments, organizations and individuals to securely move assets across the blockchain. The company deals with bitcoin mining hardware and was the first bitcoin mining company to integrate a full datasheet and reference design with the Bitfury chipsets.