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SPHR Price:
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Market Cap:
$1.1 K

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The price of #SPHR today is $0.0000867 USD.

The lowest SPHR price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.0000867, and the current live price for one SPHR coin is $0.00008667.

The all-time high SPHR coin price was $14.75.

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


The code for Sphere crypto currency is #SPHR.

Sphere is 8.6 years old.


The current market capitalization for Sphere is $1,082.

Sphere is ranking upwards to #1744 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


There is a very weak volume of trading today on #SPHR.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Sphere is $14.00.


The circulating supply of SPHR is 12,484,343 coins, which is 100% of the total coin supply.

Note the limited supply of Sphere coins which adds to rarity of this cryptocurrency and increases perceived market value.


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



US Bitcoin Corp to Operate Restructured Mining Division of Celsius, Boos...

    Bitcoin mining company U.S. Bitcoin Corp (USBTC) has announced its intention to employ the mining assets of Celsius, the defunct crypto lender. The development follows the acquisition of application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) machines from the bankrupt company by the Fahrenheit coalition, of which USBTC is a member. USBTC said it aims to revive the fleet of 121,800 Celsius machines and foresees a 12.2 exahash per second (EH/s) boost to its mining operations.US Bitcoin Corp Assumes Control of Restructured Celsius Mining Unit According to an announcement on May 25, 2023, U.S. Bitcoin Corp (USBTC) has plans to utilize the mining assets of the now-bankrupt crypto lender, Celsius. After multiple rounds of bidding for the restructured mining division of Celsius, USBTC submitted a winning bid for the Fahrenheit coalition. The Fahrenheit coalition is a group that consists of Ravi Kaza, Steven Kokinos, Proof Group Capital Management, Arrington Capital, and USBTC. Following the restructuring, Fahrenheit is set to assume the role of the management company for Celsius. Fahrenheit is slated to receive an annual management fee of $20 million for its services under a five-year agreement. As part of the proposed restructuring, USBTC will enter into operating and services agreements with the restructured company, gaining exclusive control over all bitcoin mining rigs previously held by Celsius. USBTC will also receive an annual fee of $15 million, net of operating expenses, from Fahre... read More

US Bitcoin Corp Secures Hosting Agreements for 150,000 Bitcoin Miners

    On Thursday, the bitcoin mining company U.S. Bitcoin Corp revealed the firm has successfully secured hosting agreements with five different companies to install 150,000 application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) bitcoin miners. The bitcoin mining machines will be hosted in data centers situated in Texas and Nebraska. The chosen sites for this endeavor are U.S. Bitcoin Corp’s Charlie, Delta, and Echo locations. U.S. Bitcoin Corp Partners with Industry Leaders to Deploy 150,000 Bitcoin Miners in Texas and Nebraska Despite the challenges faced during the crypto winter of 2022, a significant surge in bitcoin mining operations is now underway. On May 18, U.S. Bitcoin Corp (USBTC) unveiled its ambitious plan to unleash a formidable army of 150,000 mining machines. The latest deployment will be executed in collaboration with five prominent bitcoin mining operations: Marathon Digital, Foundry USA, Sphere 3D, Decimal Group, and Teslawatt. USBTC sealed a multi-year deal to host their machines at the company’s Charlie, Delta, and Echo locations. The Charlie facility, nestled in Kearney, Nebraska, will be one of the hosting sites, while the Delta site is located in Granbury, Texas. Notably, the Echo mining site in Upton County, Texas, co-located with a wind farm, is a shared facility with joint ownership between USBTC and Nextera Energy (NEE). This partnership with NEE was solidified in December 2022 when USBTC acquired its stake from Compute North. 'Our most recent partn... read More

A Mining Rig That Boasts 440 TH/s? Miners Question the Legitimacy of New...

    The cryptocurrency community has been discussing a newly announced bitcoin miner called the Numiner NM440 that claims to produce speeds of up to 440 terahash per second (TH/s). Furthermore, a publicly-listed company called Sphere 3D has detailed that it purchased 60,000 Numiner NM440 mining rigs and aims to deploy 32 exahash per second (EH/s) of SHA256 hashpower. Furthermore, there's been some disbelief among members of the crypto community on whether or not the hashrate speed claims are legitimate. Numiner NM440 Revealed, Manufacturer Claims Device Boasts Speeds Up to 440 TH/s A number of crypto supporters have been talking about a new bitcoin (BTC) miner that claims to process speeds that are higher than any mining rig on the market today. Furthermore, the machine called the Numiner NM440 series, allegedly processes at higher hashrate speeds than Bitmain's upcoming models. That's because the Numiner NM440s reportedly produces 440 TH/s, in comparison to the Bitmain Antminer S19 XP (140 TH/s) and the Antminer S19 Pro+ Hyd. (198 TH/s). In addition to the newly announced mining rigs, a publicly-listed firm called Sphere 3D (Nasdaq: ANY) has announced it has purchased 60,000 Numiner NM440s. According to the press release, Sphere 3D will 'receive 12 pre-production NM440s for final evaluation and testing to [be] completed on or before June 1, 2022.' Sphere 3D, the data management firm that is merging with bitcoin miner Gryphon Digital Mining in a SPAC transaction, has signed a de... read More

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