Ipollo G1 GRIN 32 Miner
Introduced ASIC miner Innosilicon Ipollo G1 GRIN 32 Miner: 10x better than on video cards
In mid-January, based on the MimbleWimble protocol, the Grin cryptocurrency was introduced, which, according to the developers, should be more profitable on video cards, and not on custom-made LSIs (ASICs).
Ipollo G1 is carried out using the hashing algorithms Cuckoo Cycle (Cockatoo), which are supposed to be constantly developed, which, again, is intended to make the mining of Grin unprofitable on ASICs. True, the ASIC developers disagree with this.
The Chinese company Innosilicon, for example, has prepared a number of hardware solutions for mining Grin using ASICs at home and on farms.
The developer considers the home user to be the main consumer of Grin mining solutions. To do this, Innosilicon created an ASIC miner in the form factor of a PCIe adapter, which resembles a video card in size and shape. The price of the issue for a preliminary order, which must be made before the end of April, will be $ 800. The solution will start shipping in August. Buying a miner after the start of deliveries will cost $ 1200. This and other miners support the hashing algorithms Cuckatoo31 + and Cuckatoo32 + (just like Cuckatoo29 / 30). Until April 2020, all algorithms except Cuckatoo32 + will be removed from circulation, but Innosilicon equipment will not lose its relevance, since it already supports the Cuckatoo32 + algorithm. By the way, the equipment warranty with pre-order placement has been extended from 6 to 9 months, which will be a nice addition to direct discounts.
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