Bitcoin Mining in Texas

About Texas Texas is the second-largest state in the United States by both area and population. It is located in the southern part of the country and shares borders with Mexico. Texas has one of the largest economies in the world. It is known for its vibrant industries such as energy, specifically oil and naturalContinue reading “Bitcoin Mining in Texas”

Bitcoin Mining in Paraguay

About Paraguay Paraguay is a landlocked country located in South America. It is bordered by Bolivia to the north and west, Brazil to the east and northeast, and Argentina to the south and southwest. Asunción, the capital and largest city of Paraguay, is situated on the eastern bank of the Paraguay River. Paraguay has aContinue reading “Bitcoin Mining in Paraguay”

How to cool down Bitcoin miners( Part 2)

To cool down the Bitcoin machines, usually we use 3 ways: The ASIC machines launched before the year 2022 are applying air cooling with fans. Bitmain started to launch hydro cooling in 2022, such as S19pro+ Hydro, T19 Hydro and S19 Hydro. To maximize the mining profits, miners are trying everything to overlock the ASICContinue reading “How to cool down Bitcoin miners( Part 2)”

How to Further Decentralize the Hashrate

After the China ban, are there too many miners in North America? Introduction An important topic that was discussed on another mining panel during the Bitcoin2022 conference was “How to further decentralize the hashrate?” An important characteristic of bitcoin is that it is decentralized in all aspects. From bitcoin users, to developers, to node runners,Continue reading “How to Further Decentralize the Hashrate”

State of the ASIC Market

What’s next for ASICs? The annual Bitcoin conference, this year dubbed Bitcoin2022, always brings out the best and brightest of bitcoiners to the forefront. It’s usually the most anticipated bitcoin conference of the year and probably the longest-running bitcoin conference in history. The focus and theme are squarely on bitcoin but you’ll see a fewContinue reading “State of the ASIC Market”