New Bitcoin Interest (BCI) fork first to use the new ProgPoW Mining Algorithm

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A few days ago the Bitcoin Interest (BCI) fork of Bitcoin has successfully switched to the ProgPoW algorithm, becoming the first crypto coin to actually utilize this new algorithm. ProgPoW is a proof-of-work algorithm designed to close the efficiency gap available to specialized ASICs. It utilizes almost all parts of commodity hardware (GPUs), and comes […]

Innosiicon just launched T2Turbo+32T Bitcoin ASIC Miner With Up to 36 THS


Innosilicon has just launched another BTC ASIC miner called T2Turbo+32T, a 32 THS miner that can run up to 36 THS according to the company with a power usage of 2200 Watts. What the company did with the new miner is to use the same 10nm ASIC chips like their previous 24 THS T2T-24T Bitcoin […]

Rough ride for the Bitcoin while EU struggles to fight the crypto


Well, back in December I thought that Bitcoin will regain value quite fast after the holidays, but it didn’t, and it stayed true to my first experiment in graph-based-prediction (which I still think is more of a Rorschach test for Dunning-Krugerrands, bu lo, some of them happen to be right sometimes, just as my graph […]

TransfeWise doesn’t allow you to send money to crypto-related accounts?


You probably know about bitFlyer entering the EU market and while you are waiting your account verification you might have tried to put some money in your EUR account there. I had some funds lying in my TransferWise Borderless Account (which is currently inaccessible), so naturally I tried to move them to the account provided […]

Kind of unhappy with Ahashpool? Well, there is a reason (clickbait)!


Ahashpool is different than Zpool, Hashrefinery and other autoexchange pool. It is certainly different to the vastly superior Miningpoolhub that pays shit, but there is a hidden catch that will make you unhappy. When you look at their profitability – either in the table showing the last 24h, or under it on the front page, […]

Mining with GTX 1070 Ti, 1080 Ti – x17, Neoscrypt, skein, autoswitch or something else?


I’ve been trying to avoid the road of mining everything new and then wait for it to get more expensive as I don’t have the time to deal with multiple wallets (some of which are buggy to say at least), so I stick to autoexchange pools. With that being said – I have to choose […]