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Tag Archives: Crypto-mining

ASRock J3455 Pro BTC+ Mining Motherboard
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ASRock Shows Off J3455 Pro BTC+ Mining Motherboard

Being that many people are still building their own crypto-currency mining rigs it is expected that we would see various mining boards shown off at Computex 2018. Well it looks like ASRock has a very interesting solution in their J3455 Pro BTC+ Mining Motherboard, which was on display at the show.

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ASRock To Enter The Graphics Card Market

According to a report by DigiTimes, ASRock could enter the graphics card market. The company is reportedly very interested in the GPU-accelerated crypto-currency mining boom, and is looking to develop a graphics card line that will more than likely be completely based off AMD Radeon graphics processors. As I'm sure many of you know AMD Radeon GPUs are typically more efficient when it comes to crypto-mining.

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US and UK Government Website Infected With Crypto-Mining Malware

It seems that potentially thousands of websites run by U.S. and UK government agencies were infected Sunday with malware that caused visitors to secretly mine cryptocurrency. Government websites are already known for being slow and having horrible out-dated web design standards, and now they are embedded with crypto-mining malware that slows things down even more.

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Samsung Confirms They Are Working on Mining Chip

As we reported last week, Samsung has entered volume production of a crypto-currency mining ASIC. These reports have been confirmed today by Samsung themselves, stating that they have entered the mining ASIC manufacturing market. The report last week mentioned an "unnamed client from China", who placed a massive order for a crypto-currency mining ASIC. This news was later somewhat confirmed by Samsung's latest earnings report, which did mention a higher than expected revenue in the semiconductor business due to "Samsung's acquisition of new China clients".

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