Pangolin Miner ShenMa (WhatsMiner) M10 Launches with 33 TH/S Bitcoin Hashing Power
ShenMa Introduces The M10 Miner
The world of cryptocurrency mining is a truly unique and rapidly expanding market, for solo miners, corporations, and manufacturers, as the all three attempts to get the upper hand against their rivals.
ShenMa, a cryptocurrency mining hardware manufacturer, in association with Pangolin Miner, announced the release of its latest piece of hardware, which launched on August 12th, 2018. This product is the WhatsMiner M10, and it promises, according to ShenMa, to ‘open up a new chapter for asset cryptocurrency mining.'
“The M10 features an all-in-one structure that further enhances computing power, it's also easy to disassemble, which reduces maintenance costs.”
Through this structure, the M10 presents itself as a more robust, cost-effective alternative to otherwise highly expensive ASIC mining hardware that can be out of the reach of independent miners.
It's easy to disassemble framework means that it is able to reduce the amount of labor time needed in order to properly maintain the hardware, giving it a far better rate of longevity for intensive miners.
ShenMa just released test results for their new M10 miner. Runs at a stable 33.2TH/s drawing 2190W at the wall. That's 66W/TH which means their 16nm chips are on par with 7nm chips! ShenMa is headed up by Yang Zuo Xing, formerly of Bitmain & designer of the S9. #BitmainIPO? 😅 pic.twitter.com/gaf6nKp3KN
— Samson Mow (@Excellion) August 25, 2018
Overall, the Pangolin WhatsMiner M10 provides an overall hashrate of 33 TH/s, this is compared to AntMiner S9′s 14 TH/s while also offering a significantly good power to consumption ratio of 65W/T, offering an improved level of efficiency for its hashrate and underlying power consumption.
On a practical test run of the WhatsMiner M10, after an elapsed time of 60 minutes, the hardware is able to run on an average hashrate of 30 TH/s over a total energy expenditure of 2,042 W, showing that on average, its power ratio can hit 68 W/T.
With this being the performance of the product at such an early stage, it's likely that with further updates to the hardware that this performance will improve over time, with increases to its overall hash rate and power ratio.
“We will continue to optimize it to ensure that the first batch, which will be released in September, can reach up to 33TH/s±5%.”