The E9 ASIC miner pulling in around 3 GH/s of hash rate could be the most remarkable ETH miner delivered. The power would be identical to 25 Nvidia Geforce RTX 3090s, yet the machine draws huge power at 2,556W crazy. This implies, notwithstanding, at a rate of $0.12 per kWh the new antminer e9 could get around $250 each day.
For instance, Innosilicon as of late declared ether miner the A11 Pro professes to get around 2 GH/s. Mining mini-computers show that at $0.12 per kWh the A11 Pro rakes in around $152 each day utilising the present ETH trade rates.
The A11 Pro isn’t accessible until June, and the new Antminer doesn’t have a day for kickoff yet. The most impressive machines available today, other than these two new deliveries incorporate the Innosilicon A10 Pro+ and Bitmain’s E3 model.
The more established age Antminer E3 just orders around 190 MH/s, which pulls in about $4.37 each day in ETH profits. One thing that will be fascinating is the way that the Ethereum fasten is gradually changing to a PoS model. Ether-based PoW will be eliminated at last and these machines will not have the option to process the organisation’s algorithm around then.
An undisputed innovator in the Bitcoin (BTC) mining market, Bitmain is busy once more. This time, it has another cryptocurrency in its sights, for which it has reported the arrival of another miner. The producer of utilisation explicit integrated circuits (ASIC) has quite recently wrapped up fostering the Antminer E9, which will permit Ethereum mining during the cryptocurrency’s change period from proof of work (PoW) to proof of stake (PoS). Beginning data accessible shows that the new machine will be the quickest Ethereum miner available.
$30,000 for 3 GH/s of hashing power
On 24th April 2021, Bitmain proudly introduced the declaration video for the Antminer E9, its most recent machine intended for Ethereum mining. Albeit the video didn’t provide any exact subtleties on either the gadget’s delivery date or its value, the hypothesis is overflowing concerning the last option. The idea is that the Antminer E9 could cost somewhere in the range of $20,000 and $30,000 (~£14,000 to ~£21,500) per unit. The gadget’s determinations were uncovered by the maker on its true Twitter account, just as a connection to a secret trailer accessible on YouTube. The video provides a visual show of the destined to-be-delivered ethereum mining machine.
By and by, from what we know, the 3 GH/s hashing power looks set to make it the most impressive Ethereum miner available when contrasted with the particulars of current machines.
A lot higher incomes contrasted with the Antminer E3
The past age Antminer E3, offering a 190 MH/s hashing power, yields the unassuming amount of $4.37 (~£3.10) in ether (ETH) each day. Interestingly, the Antminer E9 ensures its proprietor’s incomes near $250 (~£180) in ether each day, in light of energy utilisation of $0.12 (~£0.09) per kWh. The contender model that comes nearest to the E9 is Innosilicon’s A11 Pro, with a hashing force of around 2 GH/s. In light of energy utilisation of $0.12 (~£0.09) per kWh, the A11 yields around $152 (~£110) each day at the current ether conversion scale. Accessible from June this year, the A11 will join the Antminer E3 as one of the most impressive Ethereum miners available, before the E9 comes out, that is.