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In December 2020, mining equipment manufacturer Innosilicon released a new type of Ethereum mining machine called Innosilicon A10 Pro+, which processes Ethereum-based Haha at a speed of 750 trillion hashes per second (MH/s). Hope rate. The regional report pointed out that Innosilicon will abandon the use of new ether mining equipment this summer, which can process up to 2,000 MH/s. In addition, in the past few months, the hash rate of the Ethereum network has continued to rise.
Although the price of Ethereum (ETH) reached an all-time high (ATH) in 2021, miners on the network are making huge profits. In addition, miners have limited time because ETH will eventually transition to a Proof of Stake (PoS) structured system.
Despite time running out, miners still point a large amount of hash rate to the ETH blockchain because 0.490883 petahash per second (PH/s) points directly to the network. According to current statistics, mining equipment manufacturer Innosilicon has manufactured the two most profitable ETH mining equipment. Bitmain’s Ethereum E3 and G2 Ethereum miners followed closely behind.
Currently, using today’s ETH exchange rate and USD 0.12 per kilowatt hour (kWh), Innosilicon A10 Pro+ (750 MH/s) can earn more than USD 77 in profits per day. The company’s low-end model runs at 500 MH/s and uses today’s Ethereum (ETH) exchange rate and $0.12 per kilowatt hour to get $51 per day.
This year, a source from the Chinese platform Weibo talked about a new Innosilicon miner that will be the successor to the A10 series. According to reports, if the owner gets electricity at a price of US$0.12 per kilowatt-hour, Innosilicon A11 Pro Ethmaster will run at a speed of 2,000 MH/s, bringing owners more than US$200 in profit per machine per day.
The cost of the new machine is still unknown, but reviews claim that the machine consumes about 2300W and has 8GB of memory. The company is still selling its Terminator series of Bitcoin (BTC) miners because the speed of the T3 unit is between 57 and 67 teraheras per second (TH/s). Innosilicon’s A11 Pro Ethmaster is also listed on the data site asicminervalue.com. According to this specific source, it plans to stop production in July 2021.
The company’s webpage claims, “With the process from 55nm to 5nm, Innosilicon has set a record of more than 200 tapes, and achieved an annual output of 100,000 FinFET wafers with a 100% success rate.” At the same time, in On April 2, 2021, the price of Ethereum touched ATH at approximately US$2,148 per unit.
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