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MINE Price:
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$253.3 K

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The price of #MINE today is $0.000116 USD.

The lowest MINE price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.000116, and the exact current price of one MINE crypto coin is $0.00011605.

The all-time high MINE coin price was $0.30.

Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of MINE with market cap of ETH or other crypto coins.


The code for Pylon Protocol crypto currency is #MINE.

Pylon Protocol is 1.4 years old.


The current market capitalization for Pylon Protocol is $253,337.

Pylon Protocol is ranked #1512 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


The trading volume is unknown today for #MINE.


The circulating supply of MINE is 2,183,086,278 coins, which is 22% of the total coin supply.


MINE is a token on the Terra blockchain.


MINE has very limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 1 pairing and is listed on at least 1 crypto exchange.

View #MINE trading pairs and crypto exchanges that currently support #MINE purchase.


Note that there are multiple coins that share the code #MINE, and you can view them on our MINE disambiguation page.



Community Update — December 2022

Community Update — December 2022 - 2022 was a turbulent year for almost everyone within the crypto community. Still, as many take time off and wait patiently for the bear market to come to a close, LUNAtics remain focused on building the next generation of Web3 products and services. Let’s dive into the protocol launches, ecosystem developments, governance activity, and media features the Terra community saw in December! 👇 — 🌎 Ecosystem Updates - TFM became the first protocol to integrate DEX aggregation + NFT aggregation services on Terra, with additional features in its V2, Warp Protocol released its roadmap and discussed it on its community AMA, Warp Protocol published a Medium article outlining the protocol’s key functionalities and how they can be used to power the next generation of decentralized applications, Enterprise Protocol published a Medium article breaking down how its DAO management solution enables decentralized communities to organize and manage their DAOs, improving their flexibility, governance, and transparency, Warp and Enterprise released links to their community Discord and Telegram channels, Prism announced Prism V2, a yield-optimized L1 utilizing a hub and spoke model, Hermes Protocol made it possible to explore the blockchain without leaving Discord and introduced a new notifications API, Astroport delayed its $ASTRO unlocks by six months, Genie by Coinhall released a sign...

Introducing Station

Terra’s first step towards building the interface to Web3 is complete. We’re thrilled to announce the launch of Station 🛰 — an interchain wallet that simplifies the often complex, cumbersome process of interacting with multiple blockchain networks. With Station, users can easily stake, vote, send and receive tokens, and interact with their favorite dApps across all supported chains. Download Station on Mac, Download Station on Mac — M1 Chip, Download Station on Windows, Download Station on Linux (.rpm), Download Station on Linux (.deb), Download the Station Chrome extension, Download the Station Firefox add-on, Visit the Station web app, Note: If you already have Terra Station downloaded on your desktop, Chrome, or Firefox, reopen the app or refresh the extension, and you will be updated to interchain Station. — Defining the Future of the Interchain - At Terra, we envision a multi-chain future — one in which decentralized blockchain economies can align incentives with one another by creating bilateral, mutually beneficial economic agreements, and creating a new chain takes mere minutes. Station paves the foundation for this vision, providing those that automate chain genesis via Feather with immediate interchain wallet functionality, and supplying those chains that form economic alliances with others via Alliance with an easy-to-use, easy-to-integrate wallet to execute cross-chain transac...

Community Update — November 2022

Community Update — November 2022 - November was a banner month for Terra and the LUNAtic community. Aside from exciting new launches, updates, and governance activity, the future of Terra began to take shape. It’s becoming clear: Terra is soon to position itself as the interface to Web3. When every win matters, we’d be remiss not to call them all out. Onwards with your November community update! — 🌎 Ecosystem Updates - Harbor Protocol announces details around their airdrop, Stader Labs drops a new UI upgrade that enhances their staking experience on Terra, Do Kwon presents a proposal to position Terra at the center of the interchain, unveiling ideas for Feather, Alliance, and cross-chain Station/Finder, Alliance, a Cosmos SDK module that leverages interchain staking to form economic alliances among blockchains, introduces itself to the world, Coinhall’s Seer launches real-time data indexing infrastructure for the Cosmos ecosystem, Enterprise Protocol, a no-code solution to DAO management, launches in beta, Warp Protocol goes live on Terra’s testnet, bringing limitless on-chain automation to the Terra ecosystem, PRISM announces the launch of the prism validator and $PRISM airdrop, Based on the Genesis $LUNA airdrop schedules, vesting $LUNA begins to vest, Soil Protocol releases a video tutorial on how to launch an NFT project on Terra, TERRAN.ONE releases CWSimulate, an online playground and vi...

LFG — Technical Audit Report

LFG — Technical Audit Report - JS Held, an experienced third-party auditing firm, was hired to conduct a technical audit providing full transparency into the trading, blockchain records, and efforts of The Luna Foundation Guard (LFG) and Terraform Labs (TFL) to defend the price of TerraUSD (UST) between May 8th and May 12th, 2022. View the full report here. LFG and TFL engaged with JS Held to bring transparency into the peg defense activity in the May of 2022, and in the process to answer the following allegations posed in social media: Were any LFG funds misappropriated, embezzled or stolen?, Were any LFG funds used to benefit insiders?, Does LFG hold funds other than its publicly declared wallets?, Were any of LFG’s funds frozen?, To aid with the audit, JS Held was given access to on-chain wallets and trading accounts at CEXs used by the peg defense, and worked with primary raw data instead of relying solely on TFL’s representations. No compensation paid to JS Held was conditional on positive findings. The audit report, which can be viewed in its entirety here, concluded that: LFG spent ~$2.8B (80,081 BTC and 49.8M in stablecoins) to defend UST’s peg, consistent with LFG’s tweets on May 16th, 2022, Additionally, TFL went above and beyond and spent $613M of its own capital to defend UST peg, The report shows that all LFG funds were spent to defend UST’s peg parity with the Dollar as declared, and th...

Community Update — October 2022

Community Update — October 2022 - The month of October was an exciting one for the LUNAtic community, as we saw a variety of interesting new developments, including protocol and feature launches, bounty releases, and much more. Let’s get into it! — 🌎 Ecosystem Updates - ampLUNA/USK vault goes live on Black Whale, LNS (Luna Name Service) launches their on-chain profile tool where users can register a .luna domain, publishes their September update, Soil Protocol completes phase 2 of their roadmap, launching new Terra NFT tools, Zodiac Protocol goes live on Terra’s testnet, in preparation for mainnet release, Risk management marketplace Risk Harbor announces the release of Ozone V2, Coinhall releases their DEX aggregator, Hallswap v3, Terra Bridge now supports sending ampLUNA to Kujira, Eris Protocol launches their new Amp Compounder, TerRarity launches their NFT aggregator, Sayve Protocol releases their V2 litepaper, Galactic Punks announce Galactic Bounties, Pulsar Finance adds support for Spectrum Protocol and Terra Poker, Eris Protocol launches their Manual Arbitrage GUI to simplify “slow-burn” arbitration on Terra, Metrics DAO launches a new community call series, Metrics DAO launches Terra analytics bounties, Harbor Protocol announces an airdrop to LUNA stakers, Capapult announces an airdrop to LUNA stakers, BlackBone Labs launches their new auto-compounding LUNA liquid staki...

Project Spotlight — Lunar Assistant

Project Spotlight — Lunar Assistant - In our newest issue of Terra’s Project Spotlight, we’re pleased to re-introduce Lunar Assistant — the Discord bot which provided token-gated channels for over 16k users across 200+ projects, now live on Terra mainnet. To many LUNAtics in our community, Lunar Assistant is a familiar face that they would have interacted with. You may have seen it appear in a Discord server when connecting your wallet with the lunar-link command. GraviDAO, the team behind Lunar Assistant, has continued to ship quality products. In this article, we’ll share more about what they’ve been up to and demonstrate how the team has deployed the Emergency Builders’ Allocation, granted by the Terra Community. — Background - The team’s history started in the summer of ’22, when they attended the SpaceCamp Hackathon with the likes of Galactic Punks and Apollo DAO. Not long after, they launched Lunar Assistant, which found product-market-fit in the nascent TerraNFT space and went on to win 1st prize in the NFTerra Hackathon. Continuing their mission to provide community-value, GraviDAO went on to expand Lunar Assistant with new modules over the subsequent months. Some of those were specifically requested by, and tailored to, popular Terra projects: - LP-token integration for Midas’ Space Dollars - Custom API module for Levana - Staked NFT integration for Galactic Punks — Lunar Assi...

Project Spotlight — Kado

Project Spotlight — Kado - In this issue of Terra’s Project Spotlight, we’d like to feature a name that OG Terra users will remember — Kado. In V1 on Classic, Kado was the go-to on-ramp into Terra. Kado changed the game as the easiest, fastest, and cheapest way to natively onboard fiat into Terra. If you’re new to Terra, you’re in for a treat. Terra builders and users will be happy to know Kado is back and better than before, with new and improved features and use cases. — Background - Kado was born during a Terra hackathon in 2021, with the goal of being able to spend stablecoins in the real world and easily buy more of them. Kado saw incredible growth in its first 2 months of Kado Ramp — with 100+ countries, $20m+ on-ramped, and over 10,000 users — with B2B partnerships being built out across most Terra dApps. With V2, Kado aims to not just be another fiat on-ramp, but a full suite of web3 payment infrastructure solutions. Not only will users be able to seamlessly move between fiat and the Terra blockchain, but as Kado develops partnerships with cross-chain platforms — users will be able to onboard to any Terra dApp, regardless of the chain they’re on. Kado enables transactions that send users directly into the applications they wish to use, skipping high fees and unnecessary wait times. They’re steadfast on offering the fastest time-to-wallet and best fees/slippage not jus...

Community Update — August 2022

Community Update — August 2022 - 👋 Hey, LUNAtics! We are excited to be bringing you the first of many monthly community update articles on the Terra ecosystem. These articles will provide you with a concise overview of the latest happenings in the Terra ecosystem, including project updates, integrations, listings, governance proposal outcomes, media features, and more! Follow @terra_money on Twitter and turn on notifications to get updated each month when new articles are published. Okay, enough house-keeping — let’s get into the August update! — 🌎 Ecosystem Updates. — Stader’s stake pools crossed $250k+ in TVL, offering 40%+ APR, Leap wallet integrated TFM’s DEX aggregator as well as Stader’s stake pools, TFM revamped their dashboard for both mobile and desktop with a better UI — new features include responsive design, toggle on/off low liquidity pairs, and toggle to view prices in $axlUSDC or $USD, TerraAliensNFT migrated to Terra from Terra classic, Secondary listings of LUNA Ape Club, TerransNFT, Meta Royals NFT, Skeleton Punks, and Lootopians went live on, added bulk buy and add to cart functionality, Wicca Money, the permissionless launchpad, added a feature to airdrop minted tokens, along with the ability to add project descriptions, Valkyrie Protocol collaborated with Terra Poker on their IPC, TerRarity shipped a chart system and Discord rar...

How to Claim Your LUNA Airdrop

Overview - If you are an eligible user for the Terra Phoenix airdrop, this post will walk you through how to claim your LUNA using the claim interface, as well as suggest a few ways you can meaningfully use your LUNA after claiming. For details on eligibility, vesting periods, airdrop calculations, and other topics related to the Terra Phoenix Airdrop, check out the proposal on Agora. — Claim Timeframe - Eligible users will have one month, from Sept. 4th, 2022 to Oct. 4th, 2022, to claim their airdrop. LUNA not claimed by Oct. 4th, 2022 will be returned to the Community Pool. This includes any unused gas fees. — How to Claim Your Airdrop - — Step 1: Visit the Claim Interface. — Open your browser and visit the claim interface at Upon navigating to the site, you will see the screen below.Image 1: Landing Page IMPORTANT: To avoid phishing attacks, make sure that the URL you’re visiting is — Step 2: Connect Your Wallet and Select Your Origin Chain. — Next, click the ‘Select Wallet’ dropdown menu and choose which wallet you would like to connect. Eligible wallet providers include Terra Station, Terra Station Mobile, Keplr, and Metamask.Image 2: Connecting Your Wallet If you’re connecting with Metamask or Keplr, select the origin chain that you held your USTC, LUNC, or aUST on during the pre- and po...

Terra 2.0 — LUNA Airdrop Calculation Logic

Terra 2.0 — LUNA Airdrop Calculation Logic - As part of the transition to Terra 2.0, new LUNA coins will be airdropped to LUNA (now called LUNC), UST (now called USTC), and aUST holders based on the two snapshots outlined in the Terra Ecosystem Revival Plan. Full details of the LUNA airdrop can be found in our previous Medium article. The calculation logic for the LUNA airdrop will be the subject of this post. — Airdrop Information - Total Supply of LUNA: 1 Billion Pre-Attack Snapshot Height: 7544910 (2022–05–07 14:59:37 UTC) Post-Attack Snapshot Height: 7790000 (2022–05–26 16:38:08 UTC) — LUNA Token Distribution. — Table 1: LUNA Token Distribution — Airdrop Calculation Logic - — LUNA Airdrop Ratios. — Below are the airdrop ratios to determine the LUNA to be airdropped to a wallet on Terra 2.0 if the wallet held aUST, LUNA (now called LUNC), or UST (now called USTC) during the Pre- and Post-Attack snapshots. For example, if a user held 1 LUNA (now called LUNC) during the Pre-Attack snapshot, the user would be entitled to an airdrop of 1.034735071 LUNA on the new chain.Table 2: LUNA Airdrop Ratios — Exchange Rates to LUNC. — Below are the exchange rates for each liquid staking derivative of LUNC for both the Pre- and Post-Attack snapshots. For example, if a user held 1 cLUNA during the Pre-Attack snapshot, the user’s wallet would be considered to have held...


Kenyan Firm Using Wasted Energy to Mine Bitcoin — Business Model S...

    A Kenyan bitcoin mining company, Gridless, recently revealed how it is helping local communities reduce electricity costs by using excess generated power to mine bitcoin. The Gridless model has been hailed because it potentially helps to decentralize bitcoin mining as well as move some hashpower to Africa.Using Wasted Energy to Mine Bitcoin Gridless, a Kenya-based crypto mining company, has said the excess electricity from mini-grid hydro generators is now being used to mine bitcoin. The revenue generated from bitcoin mining helps to reduce or subsidize the cost of electricity. In a recently issued statement, Gridless said while mini-hydropower plants that generate below 100 KW (kilowatts) are being used so far, the company's objective is to work with larger plants which can generate 500 KW. The bitcoin mining company said: We've been working with mini-grid hydro generators in Kenya on how to use their excess capacity for Bitcoin mining, which also significantly reduces the cost of power to the local community. Small read More

Tornado in the Coal Mine — How Globalists Plan to Penalize Privacy...

    No privacy. No property. No prosperity. If you follow the news, you've seen the trend - putting legal limits on cash transactions, the emergence of surveillance-oriented, central bank digital currencies (CBDCs), and more recently, crypto mixing platform Tornado Cash being sanctioned by the United States Treasury. There is a new wave of propaganda increasingly demonizing individual financial privacy and 'private' cryptocurrencies and protocols. You've likely experienced the dystopian push in your own life, as banks and financial institutions demand more and more sensitive, personal information, and freeze your hard-earned money while telling you to prove you are not a criminal or terrorist before you may access it. World Economic Frustration What is a 'canary in a coal mine'? The Free Dictionary defines it as 'Something or someone who … acts as an indicator and early warning of possible adverse conditions or danger.' The saying hearkens back to the 'practice of taking caged canaries into coal mines. The birds would die if methane gas became present and thereby alert miners to the danger.' With the recent Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) ban on crypto mixing platform Tornado Cash, some in the cryptocurrency space have been accurately describing a specter of a dark world that is to come, and that is already massively here. That is, if individuals globally do not start to speak out and stand up now against economic tyranny. One ethereum advocate has observed: Today... read More

Bitriver to Mine Crypto Using Excess Gas From Gazprom Neft's Oil E...

    Russian crypto mining operator Bitriver will use electricity generated from associated gas provided by Gazprom Neft to mint digital coins. As part of a new agreement, the mining company will in return develop the digital infrastructure at the oil producer's wells in Russia.Crypto Mining Operator Bitriver to Cooperate With Russian Oil Giant Gazprom Neft Russia's third largest oil producer, Gazprom Neft, will power data centers operated by the country's leading crypto mining company, Bitriver. The electricity needed for the production of digital currencies will be generated using associated petroleum gas, a form of natural gas found with oil deposits. The arrangement is part of a memorandum of cooperation signed by the two companies during the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, RBC Crypto reported, quoting a Bitriver representative. The announcement comes after the Russian mining operator was recently placed under U.S. sanctions. In accordance with the agreement, the mining firm will develop the digital infrastructure at Gazprom Neft's oil fields and provide services relying on computing hardware, the report details. Gazprom Neft's business model does not encompass digital currencies but the oil giant is seeking solutions that would allow the 'beneficial use' of the associated gas obtained during oil extraction. The infrastructure necessary to utilize the associated gas for the energy-intensive mining of crypto assets has been built already at Gazprom Neft enterprise... read More

Uzbekistan Enables Companies to Mine Bitcoin Using Solar Energy (Report)

    The government of Uzbekistan will reportedly allow local firms to mine digital assets using solar energy. It will also exempt all crypto mining operators from paying income tax. Uzbekistan Urges for Using Solar Energy The Central Asian country does not stand as a crypto-friendly destination. At the end of 2019, the authorities prohibited residents from purchasing digital assets while selling remained legal. Nearly a year ago, the former Soviet republic contemplated a U-turn and lifting some of its restrictions. The government intended to allow Uzbeks to conduct “all types of crypto operations involving crypto assets and tokens in exchange for both domestic and foreign currency.” However, according to current laws, Uzbeks are still prohibited from buying bitcoin or altcoins, while the legislation does not apply to foreigners. A recent coverage by Reuters revealed that the government has now turned its focus toward the digital asset mining industry. The authorities have proposed that Uzbek miners should start powering their supercomputers with solar panels. Those who do so will pay less for electricity, while businesses connected to the power grid will pay double the regular price. Local crypto miners do not have to obtain a special license to function, but they should be registered with the newly formed Uzbek National Agency for Perspective Projects. Binance Finds Uzbekistan Attractive The growth of the crypto sector in the Central Asian nation over the past few ye... read More

Russia Could Mine Bitcoin and Other Cryptocurrencies to Evade Sanctions,...

    Russia could use cryptocurrency mining to evade sanctions, according to the IMF. The IMF warned in its new report that sanctioned countries like Russia could use cryptocurrencies and significantly boost their mining industry to evade any economic sanctions imposed on them. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) indicated in its report on global financial stability that Russia could be planning to use cryptocurrency mining to circumvent economic sanctions imposed by the United States and the European Union in the wake of its war against Ukraine. Today's key takeaway from #IMFMeetings: the IMF downgraded its global growth outlook, reflecting the impact of the war in Ukraine, the risks posed by inflation, and more. Read our recap of the day here: — IMF (@IMFNews) April 20, 2022 According to the IMF, Russia could rely on many tools to move money outside the traditional financial system. One prominent example could be the use of non-compliant cryptocurrency exchanges along with anonymity-enhancing platforms, such as DEX or mixers. In addition, the IMF stressed the use of privacy cryptocurrencies such as Monero (XMR), which could help avoid tracking transactions, making it easier for the Russian government to alleviate the effect of the financial block. Russia could use mining to evade sanctions. Russia is the most sanctioned country in the world —even more than North Korea— with over 400 different measures taken ... read More

Tesla, Blockstream, and Block Team Up to Mine Bitcoin in Texas

    Block, formerly named Square, and Blockstream team up to mine bitcoin off Tesla-supported solar power in Texas, as reported by CNBC. Bitcoin mining is seen as an activity that incentivizes the monetization of renewable power production. Tesla's 3.8 megawatts solar PV array, along with 12 megawatt-hours Megapack, will power the bitcoin mining facility located in Western Texas. Block stated that '100% solar-powered bitcoin mining project with Blockstream, using solar and storage technology from Tesla, we aim to further accelerate bitcoin's synergy with renewables.' Adam Back, the CEO of Blockstream, told CNBC during Bitcoin 2022 Conference that the company will install a dashboard capable of putting power performance data along with the number of total bitcoin mined on display. This is to prove that 'bitcoin mining can fund zero-emission power infrastructure and build economic growth for the future.' Miners - like energy buyers who create a financial incentive for improving the core economics of renewable power production - provide demand for vast renewable energy sources available in Texas. This is an economically feasible way of renewables allocation, claimed by Castle Island Venture's Nic Carter. If the project has proven profitable in its pilot stage, said Back, the companies involved would add wind power as another source of energy to power the mining and scale the entire project. This would reduce overall costs and help counteract the impact of solar during the downtime... read More

Malaysia Detains Over 600 People for Stealing Electricity to Mine Crypto...

    In the past two years, law enforcement authorities in Malaysia have arrested hundreds of individuals for theft of electricity allegedly used to mint digital currencies. The country's police force has also confiscated equipment worth millions of dollars. Malaysia Police Announce Results From Crackdown on Illegal Mining Since 2020, Malaysian authorities have detained a total of 627 people involved in crypto mining activities using stolen electrical power, the country's Bernama news agency revealed. During the same period, law enforcement officials also seized mining hardware worth 69.8 million Malaysian ringgit ($16.6 million), according to the report. In a quoted statement, Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani noted that the arrests were made as a result of joint efforts with representatives of Malaysia's Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) electric utility company and the Criminal Investigation Department (JSJ). As part of the cooperation, the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) received nine four-wheel-drive vehicles from the TNB to be used by the JSJ in combating electricity theft across the country. The trucks were handed over to the PDRM by Datuk Baharin Din, TNB's chief executive officer. 'Royal Malaysia Police expresses its highest appreciation to TNB for its contribution,' Acryl Sani stated while declining to provide further details on the operations against the miners. He called on the Malaysian public to be aware of such activities and report to the police... read More

Exxon Plans Using Excess Natural Gas to Mine Bitcoin

    Exxon Mobil – a major multinational oil and gas corporation – is considering leveraging Bitcoin mining to make an even greater profit from excess oil production. The company may take its gas-to-Bitcoin pilot to multiple countries, after already using 18 million cubic feet of gas per month for this purpose. A Clever Use for Bitcoin Mining As reported by Bloomberg, Exxon is currently burning excess natural gas from North Dakota oil wells that would otherwise be burned off or flared, due to a pipeline shortage. The company takes gas from an oil pad in Bakken shale basin to power on-site Bitcoin miners as part of an agreement with Crusoe Energy Systems. The project launched back in January of 2021 and was expanded further in July of that year. Now, America’s largest oil producer is planning to expand operations to Alaska, Nigeria, Argentina, Guyana, and Germany. This is according to sources that chose to remain private, as the information isn’t supposed to be public yet. “We continuously evaluate emerging technologies aimed at reducing flaring volumes across our operations,” said Exxon spokeswoman Sarah Nordin. However, she refused to comment on rumors about the pilot project. Bitcoin mining has grown into a full-blown industry built around Bitcoin’s proof of work mechanism. The mechanism requires that users race to solve a highly difficult mathematical problem by spending a tremendous amount of computational energy. The first to solve a ... read More

How To Easily Mine Cryptocurrency for Beginners

    You may have heard that it is possible to mine cryptocurrencies. Mining is a process of offering resources to a cryptocurrency network in exchange for a reward. Each network requires different types of resources and can offer different rewards based on network rules. For example, Bitcoin and Ethereum networks use computational resources from miners. This effort requires very powerful energy intensive graphic processors (GPU) to compete for recurring rewards. Other mining projects such as PKT Cash can be mined using bandwidth and a computer processor (CPU), such as a computer, server or mobile phone. While mining requires some technological understanding, it is not as complex as it may seem. Here are the steps to mine cryptocurrency so even as a beginner, you can quickly get started and begin earning. Invest in a Cryptocurrency Mining Setup In order to competitively mine cryptocurrency, you will need a powerful computer. Different cryptocurrencies require different equipment to be successful. In general, the more powerful the equipment, the higher the yields. Therefore, the first step is to invest into the best valued equipment for competitive mining. Bitcoin and Ethereum require powerful GPU equipment to be profitable. There are a lot of resources available to determine the best equipment for mining Bitcoin and Ethereum, such as hardware providers like Bitmain and Canaan. If you are operating powerful GPU or CPU mining equipment, it is important to invest in heat and noise co... read More

Report: Intel Reveals 'Bonanza Mine BMZ1' Blockchain Acceler...

    Last week the California-based technology company Intel explained its intentions to develop crypto mining semiconductors that would showcase '1000x better performance per watt.' Now Intel has revealed more details about the 'Bonanza Mine' (BMZ1) blockchain accelerator chip at this year's International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC).Intel's Bonanza Mine Crypto Chip Products Introduced at ISSCC Information concerning Intel's new crypto mining accelerator chip has been revealed to the public, according to various reports covering 2022's ISSCC event. On February 12, News reported on Intel's intentions to craft blockchain accelerator chips as Intel executive Raja M. Koduri described Intel's goals. Intel's presentations at ISSCC revealed the 'Bonanza Mine' (BMZ1) accelerator, but Tom's Hardware author Paul Alcorn explained that Intel is already working on a second-generation 'Bonanza Mine ASIC, known as the BMZ2.' Alcorn's research notes that Intel described how it combined 300 chips into a 'powerful 3,600W miner that delivers up to 40 [terahash per second (TH/s)] of performance.' The BMZ1 leverages a 7 nanometer (nm) process and the size is an approximate '7 x 7.5mm exposed-die FCLGA package.' Alcorn says that while the BMZ1 is a 7nm process, it doesn't give many details on the process node. 'Each chip die measures 4.14 x 3.42mm, for a total of 14.16mm^2 of silicon, so these are comparatively small slivers of silicon,' the report published by Tom's Hardware ex... read More

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