Ebang Communication has announced a new ASIC miners. Whether Bitmain to be afraid of?

In World Digital Mining Summit in Tbilisi Chinese manufacturer of ASIC chips, today announced the release of a new line of equipment for mining. Ebang Communication will please miners from three new usikami with hasraton 30-44 of teruhisa per second. This writes the News.bitcoin.

The characteristics of the models

Soon the market will be quite a lot of Asimov from different manufacturers, so kryptonitetm will be plenty to choose from. This week one of the largest Chinese manufacturers Ebang Communication has announced the launch of a new line of Asimov for mining coins on the SHA-256 algorithm.

The range has received the name of Ebit E-11, each rig will be equipped with 10-nanometer chip energy efficiency up to 44 joules for teraherz. The exact date of start of sales is still unknown, the official website Ebang asked to wait for some time.

Advertising E-11 has spread rapidly on Chinese social media WeChat. So, miners will be able to choose from three models: Ebit E11, E11+ E11++. Hasrat basic version of asik about 30 teruhisa per second, E11+ gives about 37 teruhisa per second. Finally, the top model will jump to 44 teruhisa per second.

News on the release line E-11 appeared almost immediately after Bitmain has announced its new 7-nanometer chip BM1391. Representatives Ebang say that E11++ can beat Bitmain chip for energy efficiency. However, only 2 joules for every teraherz.

What about the competition?

Alternative E-11 there may be asik GMO B3 (33TH/s), Whatsminer M10 (33TH/s), Canaan Avalon 9 (30TH/s) and Innosilicon T2-Turbo (24TH/s). All these models will use the chip to start mining at the 7-nanometer and 10-nanometer architecture.

While the situation with prices and accurate return has not yet entirely clear, as some ashiki haven’t even gotten to their buyers. More information will be announced in late October, when almost all party equipment will be delivered to the destination.

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