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Ether Hashrate Climbs to New Heights, Reports Say a 2,000 Megahash ETH Miner Set to Drop This Summer – Mining Bitcoin News

by Serge Shlykov

In December 2020, platform maker Innosilicon launched the new Innosilicon A10 Pro+ Ethereum platform, which processes Ethereum-based hashes at about 750 megawatts per second (MH/s). According to regional reports, Innosilicon will commission a new ether production facility this summer that will operate at speeds of up to 2,000 MH/s. Moreover, the Ethereum network has experienced uninterrupted growth in recent months.

Ethereum Hashrat Ramps

With the price of Ethereum (ETH) reaching new all-time highs in 2021, online miners are raking in big profits. Moreover, miners are running out of time, as ETH will eventually move to a structured stagnation protection system (PoS).

Ether Hashrate Climbs to New Heights, Reports Say a 2,000 Megahash ETH Miner Set to Drop This Summer – Mining Bitcoin News

Although time is running out, miners point out the importance of the hash rate of the ETH blockchain, now 0.490883 petahash per second (PH/s) is coming in on the network. Rig manufacturer Innosilicon makes the two most profitable rigs at ETH, recent statistics show. This is followed by the Ether-based bitcoin miners, Antminer E3 and G2, respectively.

At the current ETH rate and $0.12 per kilowatt-hour (kWh), the Innosilicon A10 Pro+ (750 MH/s) is currently generating a profit of over $77 per day. A company with a lower model doing 500 MH/s can get $51 per day at current Ether rates (ETH) and $0.12 per kWh.

Professional A11 Innosilicon Etmaster, capable of 2,000 megahashes per second.

This year, a source on Chinese platform Weibo revealed a new mining machine from Innosilicon, which is expected to be the successor to the A10 series. The Innosilicon A11 Pro Ethmaster reportedly achieves 2000 MH/s, allowing the owner to make a profit of over $200 per day per machine by receiving electricity at $0.12 per kWh.

The price of the new device is not yet known, but according to reviewers, the device draws about 2,300 watts from the power outlet and has 8 GB of memory. The company still sells bitcoin (BTC) miners with its signature Terminator series. T3s can range from 57 to 67 terahashes per second (TH/s). Innosilicon’s A11 Pro Ethmaster is also listed on asicminervalue.com and is scheduled for a July 2021 release, according to this source.

The company’s website states that Innosilicon’s 55nm to 5nm processes have set a record with over 200 strips and 100,000 licensed FinFET wafers per year, with a 100% success rate. In the meantime, the 2. April 2021, the price of Ether hit the ATH at about $2,148 per unit.

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