Bw.com, 14nm Bitcoin Miners will be available from June

Bw.com, 14nm Bitcoin Miners will be available from June

BW.com, the Chinese bitcoin mining hardware manufacturer has announced the success of its latest 14nm bitcoin mining ASICs. The next batch of miners will be available by June 2016. Mining is a vital component of the bitcoin network. The bitcoin mining operation has grown from being an individual scale operation to one of an industrial scale where companies are setting up data centers with hundreds of mining ASICs, leading to a drastic increase in the sale of miners. As, the difficulty of mining operations increase, the mining units are also becoming more technically advanced. BW.com, a....


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