18 September, 2019
Bitfury announced sales of cryptocurrency mining devices to small and medium-sized businesses. Bitfury Group for the first time published equipment prices, before that the company focused only on corporate sales.
According to the notice, the company offered Clarke chips, Bitfury Tardis mining servers and BlockBox AC devices. The configurations 6NV and 8NV are available on the site at the price starting from $3,021.
As Bitfury representative stated, buyers will get support in the design and production of their own miners based on ASIC Bitfury Clarke. Moreover, turnkey mining solutions will be available to investors.
Now, the Bitcoin hash rate can continue to grow due to the connection of new miners. Over the past three months, this figure has increased by 60%, since several new ASICs with an average capacity of 55 TH/s/ have been released since the beginning of the summer. Also, in mid-September, the amount of computing power in the network of the first cryptocurrency reached a record level of 104 EH/s.