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How to upgrade the firmware for a bitcoin miner

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Sometimes, your miner may stop mining because of firmware issue of the controller. In that case, you can fix the issue by upgrading the firmware. And also in some other cases, you may want to upgrade the firmware of your miner to the latest version so that your miner can get a better performance.

In this tutorial, we will show you how to upgrade the firmware of a bitcoin miner.

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Evaluation on Antminer S9 Hydro Water-Cooling Bitcoin Miner

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Recently, Bitmain has introduced a new miner based on the SHA256 algorithm, Antminer S9 Hydro, which immediately attracted widespread attention ever since. We finally witness the mass-produced water-cooling miner in the real sense! S9 Hydro miner is suitable for BTC, BCH, DGB and other SHA256 currencies. It adapts to Antminer APW5 silent power supply with low temperature, low noise and immunity to dusts.

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Evaluation on Bitcoin Miner Antminer S15

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As a scientific company dedicating to high-speed, low-power customized chip design and development, Bitmain has successfully designed and mass-produced multiple models of ASIC customized chips and all-in-one systems. Bitmain was established in 2013 and introduced the first-generation bitcoin miner of Antminer series, Antminer S1, in the same year. With over five years of development, the bitcoin miner of Antminer series has undergone iterations of multiple models of S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S7 and S9. The latest models are S15 and T15, which were on sale on November 8, 2018.

Antminer S15 adopts a brand-new 7nm chip manufacturing technology and the official website evaluates model S15 as Long-term Mining, Energy Efficiency, which emphasizing the features of “high performance with durability and energy efficiency with less power consumption”. According to the parameters on the official website, Antminer S15 has two types of built-in mining modes: High-Performance Mode and Energy-Saving Mode. As per the official parameters, the energy/hash ratio is 57 J/T in High-Performance Mode and 50 J/T in Energy-Saving Mode. Compared to the bitcoin miners on current market, such an energy/hash ratio has set a record high.

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Review for Canaan Mining Heater

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Review for Canaan Mining Heater

In September 2018, cryptocurrency hardware manufacturer Canaan announced a novel product-a mining heater. According to official specifications: the product with the model name A851H, has a hash speed of 14.5TH/S@1450w/h, the efficiency ratio is 100w/T and it integrates 104 A3210M chips of 16nm.

In this review we will show as many details as possible.

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Evaluation on Ebit E9.2 Bitcoin Miner

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The Ebit miner is the high-hashrate bitcoin miner released by Ebang Communication Co.,Ltd, a NEEQ-listed company in Zhejiang Province, China. The earliest model of this series of miners was released in 2016 with self-developed bitcoin mining chips.

The latest version of Ebit E9.2 bitcoin miner for this evaluation can reach 12TH/s at the energy consumption ratio of 140W/T. Now, EastShore will bring you the latest evaluation as follows.

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Blockone Fined by SEC, What are the Implications for EOS?

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Let’s talk about EOS’s parent company, Blockone, who spent US$24 million to reach a settlement with the SEC.

After reading relevant lawyer letters and overseas comments, we feel there may still be some doubts existing, for instance, should the EOS which had paid the fines still belong to “security”? What other cryptocurrencies also face the same “risks of being fined”? What’s the impact on the entire blockchain in the future?

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