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 Open Source FPGA Bitcoin Miner - Bitcoin Wiki

Open Source FPGA Bitcoin Miner - Bitcoin Wiki

Primecoin

Discussion about Primecoin and its infra. Primecoin is a very innovative cryptocurrency, being the 1st non Hash-Cash PoW crypto, naturally scarce (not artificially), with very fast confirmations (1min), elastic readjusting reward & a useful mining (byproducts are primes). Primecoin is sustainable (miners are guaranteed to have revenues), and decentralized (ASIC/FPGA are not particularly advantaged). Sidechain for decentralized data applications (e.g. Storj) currently in development.
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Aeon

Aeon (AEON) is a private, secure, untraceable currency. You are your bank, you control your funds, and nobody can trace your transfers.
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Bitcoin Clashic - Blake2B mining pool. Blackminer FPGA or GPU only

submitted by clashicly_trained to Clashic_Bitcoin [link] [comments]

would bitcoin mining with an FPGA (or multiple) be feasable?

so i was thinking a bitcoin asic is only good for one generation of asics and if a new one comes out they are no longer profitable, then i had the idea to use an fpga and becasue an fpga is basically as fast as an asic there shuld be no difference in berformance and once a new generations of asics comes out you would only be one firmware update away from being profitable again. do you guys thinck?
submitted by Vega_128 to FPGA [link] [comments]

15g per card x4 #FPGA Mining Rig (improved cooling temps under 60) #NR104 #0xbitcoin #0xbtc #bitcoin #btc

15g per card x4 #FPGA Mining Rig (improved cooling temps under 60) #NR104 #0xbitcoin #0xbtc #bitcoin #btc submitted by nrvegas to xtoken [link] [comments]

Mining software • BTCMiner v1.3.0 - Bitcoin Miner for ZTEX FPGA boards

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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Intel patents a Bitcoin mining hardware accelerator technology that can potentially reduce power usage by as much as 35% and can be added to ASICs, SoCs, CPUs, and FPGAs as well. /r/Futurology

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Intel patents a Bitcoin mining hardware accelerator technology that can potentially reduce power usage by as much as 35% and can be added to ASICs, SoCs, CPUs, and FPGAs as well. /Futurology submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Intel patents a Bitcoin mining hardware accelerator technology that can potentially reduce power usage by as much as 35% and can be added to ASICs, SoCs, CPUs, and FPGAs as well.

Intel patents a Bitcoin mining hardware accelerator technology that can potentially reduce power usage by as much as 35% and can be added to ASICs, SoCs, CPUs, and FPGAs as well. submitted by unremovable to unremovable [link] [comments]

Does the work done by your CPU/GPU/FPGA when mining actually contribute to anything other than acquiring more bitcoins?

An example would be something like folding at home that provides a service for each cycle.
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Bitcoin GPU mining mostly unprofitable; FPGA borderline; ASIC remains in the black - Litecoin mining still rewarding

With the Bitcoin exchange rate at ~USD$100, high-efficiency mining is the only form that can remain profitable.
Calculate your profitability using Dustcoin.
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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: [Serious] what kind of mining hardware should one invest in with about 1k of available funds for a passive income stream?? should one use usb(s), ASIC(s), FPGA(a), or GPU(S) in this age of the game wi /r/AskReddit

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: [Serious] what kind of mining hardware should one invest in with about 1k of available funds for a passive income stream?? should one use usb(s), ASIC(s), FPGA(a), or GPU(S) in this age of the game wi /AskReddit submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Mining in FPGAs - a funny and informative FAQ

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what kind of mining hardware should one invest in with about 1k of available funds for a passive income stream?? should one use ASIC(s), FPGA(a), or GPU(S) in this age of the game with what coins are available to mine right now?? /r/Bitcoin

what kind of mining hardware should one invest in with about 1k of available funds for a passive income stream?? should one use ASIC(s), FPGA(a), or GPU(S) in this age of the game with what coins are available to mine right now?? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Will FPGA mining rigs get enough time to pay for itself? or more details on Bitcoins ASIC future

Will FPGA mining rigs get enough time to pay for itself? or more details on Bitcoins ASIC future submitted by avemo to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mining: My experience from GPUs, to FPGAs, to ASICs and now, to colocation.

Bitcoin mining: My experience from GPUs, to FPGAs, to ASICs and now, to colocation. submitted by StringTheoryBTC to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

WE MUST MAKE THIS HAPPEN: A Bitcoin mining example for the BeagleBone with an FPGA shield

WE MUST MAKE THIS HAPPEN: A Bitcoin mining example for the BeagleBone with an FPGA shield submitted by TheJohnVandivier to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mining evolves from GPU to FPGA and now custom ASIC

Bitcoin mining used to be rows of consumer gpu's brute-forcing the sha-256 encryption (max 2000 Mhash/s). After that people and companies started using expensive fpga setups to do it faster (100-25000 Mhash/s). Now companies have developed custom ASIC for bitcoin mining. (Avalon , Bitforce , Deepbit). It has an impressive speed of 4.5K -> 1500K Mhash/s . This increase of computing ability will probably put the gpu mining out of business and shake up the market abit.
Some numbers: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Mining_hardware_comparison
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Could this be at all relevant to Bitcoin mining? World’s first graphene-based processor (graphene-based FPGAs to follow)

Could this be at all relevant to Bitcoin mining? World’s first graphene-based processor (graphene-based FPGAs to follow) submitted by ripper2345 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

HDMI color processing board used as an FPGA dev board to mine Bitcoins

HDMI color processing board used as an FPGA dev board to mine Bitcoins submitted by YUSOMAD to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

CPU's and FPGA's mined the first (easy) half of Bitcoin..

Why is it unfair for ASIC's to mine the harder half? Can you really claim this will cause Bitcoin to fail? Bitcoin is not only about mining. It's your fault if you missed the ASIC train.
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The World's First Open Source Laptop with a FPGA That Can Mine Bitcoins

The World's First Open Source Laptop with a FPGA That Can Mine Bitcoins submitted by zenojis to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

HDMI color processing board used as an FPGA dev board to mine Bitcoins

HDMI color processing board used as an FPGA dev board to mine Bitcoins submitted by geometry9 to fwk [link] [comments]

Can anyone explain the bitcoin source code?

I have a friend that want to try mining bitcoin and I want to help him. I understand the operating principle of bitcoin, but how come there exists bitcoin and miners (such as cgminer)? Could anyone provide a guide to reading the source code so that I can understand it on a deeper level?
P.S. I tried to look into the make file, but I am not an experienced programmer so I could not understand much, is that the right direction?
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Effects of ETC moving to SHA3

0xBitcoin might experience some benefits from ETC's recent decision to go to SHA3.
For one thing, if ETC developers turn their minds toward SHA3 GPU mining, it seems likely that they'll be very interested in the optimization work already done by Lt. Tofu and Azlehria on Cosmic and Nabiki. But they may also spot additional optimizations, which could most likely be ported back into our miners!
For another thing, since ETC has a larger community than 0xBitcoin's, it's likely that they have people with very diverse skills. As they turn their minds toward SHA3 on FPGAs, I anticipate they will be choosing FPGA boards and writing software for them that probably will not be very difficult to alter to mine 0xBitcoin! Practically speaking, this may result in a new era of mining where a respectable hash rate can be achieved with much less electricity expense.
Basically, if people with EE or hardware development backgrounds in the ETC community pin down some of the variables involved, like development board, it seems very likely that we will be able to get FPGAs mining 0xBitcoin quickly.
We recently exchanged some nice words with Alex Tsankov. He revealed he is doing work that may allow merge mining ETC and other projects like 0xBitcoin. I don't know how good this will be, but it's hard for me to see how this could be a bad thing. It's really great to have nice words from Alex, because he seems like a very smart dude who is very open to collaboration.
I have joined the ETC Discord (edit: link removed for just-Reddit-things reasons, you'll have no trouble finding it) and will be watching for opportunities to tell people there about our miners if they don't know, and watching for info about their developments on SHA3 miners.
submitted by 0xBrian to 0xbitcoin [link] [comments]

FPGA Mining Is Back! Crushes GPU Mining with $20-57 a Day ... FPGA based Bitcoin Miner T4D #84 - Pt 2 Bitcoin Mining, BFL ASIC vs FPGA vs GPU vs CPU 8 x Xilinx VCU1525 FPGA Crypto-Mining Rig Demo - YouTube Lancelot FPGA Bitcoin Miner Unboxing

Field programmable gate array (FPGA) is an integrated circuit designed to be configured by the customer or designer after manufacturing—hence "field-programmable".FPGAs are integrated circuits that can be tailored to suit a particular task like mining bitcoins, after their manufacturing thus creating ASIC. A miner that makes use of a compatible FPGA Board. The miner works either in a mining pool or solo.. This is the first open source FPGA Bitcoin miner. It was released on May 20, 2011. FPGA mining efficiency (hashing speed/power consumption) is very efficient, compared to GPU mining and drastically outperforms CPU mining. However, ASIC is still faster and more efficient than FPGA. Open Source FGPA Bitcoin MinerJust released was the Open Source FPGA Bitcoin Miner software. This miner allows bitcoins to be mined using a commercially available FPGA board. FPGA boards consume much less electricity compared to GPUs for the hashing work performed when mining bitcoins. FPGA Bitcoin Mining. At the foundation of block creation and mining is the calculation of this digital signature. Different cryptocurrencies use different approaches to generate the signature. For the most popular cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, the signature is calculated using a cryptographic hashing function.

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FPGA Mining Is Back! Crushes GPU Mining with $20-57 a Day ...

In this video I take a look at Bitcoin mining hardware. I compare the performance and power usage between BFL SC ASIC vs FPGA vs GPU (Nvideo GTX 560 Ti and AMD ATI Radeon HD 8950) vs CPU (Intel ... T4D #84 - Pt 2 Bitcoin Mining, BFL ASIC vs FPGA vs GPU vs CPU - Duration: 28:50. mjlorton 63,590 views. 28:50. Innovate with Altera DE1-SoC Board - Duration: 5:09. terasicTV 23,396 views. This short video by Whitefire990 demonstrates an FPGA mining rig consisting of 8 Xilinx VCU1525 FPGA cards. The cards are running freely available software a... FPGA Miner for Cryptocurrency Mining: Why Use FPGA for Mining? ... Bitcoin mining 4 DE2-115 Altera cyclone 4 FPGA - Duration: 0:31. M J 275 views. 0:31. Language: English Bitcoin Mining with FPGAs (EC551 Final Project) - Duration: 6:11. Advanced Digital Design with Verilog and FPGAs - Boston University 5,295 views

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