Whatsminer M21S 56th Miner Used
MicroBT Whatsminer M21S 56th Miner is an SHA-256 algorithm mining equipment sold by Whatsminer. It is able to mine Bitcoin (BTC) with a maximum hash rate of 56TH/s for a power consumption of 3360W.
The MicroBT Whatsminer M21S technical specifications are as follows:
- M21S Whatsminer Bitcoin ASIC Miner running @ ~220V produces ~56TH/s and uses 3360W
- M21S Whatsminer Bitcoin ASIC Miner
- Hashrate: 56TH/s (+/- 5%) (depends on cooling)
- Power Consumption: 60W/Thash = 56/Th @ 3360W per miner (+/- 10% )
- Controller: included
- Operating Temperature: 23F~104F / -5C~40C
- Size: 390mm x 150mm x 240mm / 15.3″ x 5.9″ x 9.4″
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|Hashrate||56 Th/s (+-5%)|
|Power Consumption||3360W (+-10%) @ 56Th/s|
|Dimensions||390mm(L) x 155mm(W) x 240mm(H)|
|Working Temperature||-5℃ ~ 40℃|
|Warranty||180 days after shipment|
A recent example of anti-ASIC forks is that of Grin, a project that carried out this procedure to prevent its network from being affected by mining devices specialized in the Cuckaroo29 algorithm (the algorithm used in Grin to mine with GPUs). Despite these measures, the Grin team is not entirely against mining with ASICs , since they have a second algorithm (Cuckatoo31) intended exclusively for mining with this type of hardware.
Regardless of the anti-ASIC perspective on the part of the mining community, the use of these devices continues. Mining cryptocurrencies like bitcoin , litecoin and dash is only profitable if done with ASIC equipment, due to its high hash rate and level of difficulty.