BitFury Reveals 28nm Bitcoin ASIC Chip at 0.2 Joules Per Gigahash

BitFury Reveals 28nm Bitcoin ASIC Chip at 0.2 Joules Per Gigahash

BitFury has completed manufacturing their new 28nm Bitcoin ASIC miner chip. This a big step from their current 55nm chip. BitFury had a great 2014 bringing in $40 million in venture capital funding. Valery Vavilov, the CEO of BitFury, has also made moves to other parts of the Bitcoin industry partnering with BitGo and looking beyond just processing Bitcoin transactions. Also Read: Bitcoin Mining Company BitFury to Acquire Allied Control For Immersion Cooling. The details of the chip have been discussed since last fall. The current spiking of the global hash rate speculation is that it was....


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