Who’s a fan of fans?

Let’s get technical with ASIC fans. In this article, we’ll get technical a bit in talking about those loud but necessary fans on bitcoin ASIC miners. Because let’s face it, bitcoin price action has been dull over the past month and it is our duty to not only educate our community on what’s going onContinue reading “Who’s a fan of fans?”

The heat on bitcoin mining

It’s hot out, but what else is putting the heat on miners? As the entire bitcoin industry has fallen into a slump after multiple “rekt” moments of centralized mishaps, the bitcoin networks still continue to churn thanks to its splendid design of Proof of Work. It is a positive feedback loop with an emergent consensusContinue reading “The heat on bitcoin mining”

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”

Financialization of Mining

Mining makes money, but first it needs money… Bitcoin2022 hosted many amazing panel sessions to learn more about some of the best in the industry. There was a whole stage dedicated to panel discussions on mining. And that’s what we’ll be bringing to you all. We’ll be recapping some of the best mining panel sessionsContinue reading “Financialization of Mining”

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”

Bitcoin Mining in Malaysia

How Malaysia may take China’s mining crown of Asia. We’ve all seen it by now. Back earlier this year, a viral video showing a steamroller in Malaysia crushing and obliterating hundreds of ASICs was the talk on social media. Crypto Twitter became captivated by the tenacity of this act with many influencers and KOLs feelingContinue reading “Bitcoin Mining in Malaysia”

Bi-Weekly Miner Updates

Things are getting a bit more difficult. After a month where transaction fees vehemently shot up to a near $60 per transaction, transaction fee levels have cooled back down as difficulty has also taken a concomitant drop to around 20 T. Needless to say but this cooldown period, or whatever way you want to callContinue reading “Bi-Weekly Miner Updates”