Antminer S19j High-end Ethereum Miner by Bitmain

$8,610.00  /  0.45119 Ƀ

$8,610.0 – $10,770.0  /  0.13539 Ƀ

Baitmain Miner Antminer S19j

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Bitmain Miner Antminer S19jpro 96TH/s

This Antminer S19j miner by Bitmain is sufficient at pushing out some great Hashrates. and keep the power levels in the range of some amazing profits over time. If this is your first mine, these Antminer S19j would be an amazing edition towards your future.

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The new device’s specifications

On his Twitter account, the China-based reporter said, “On June 19, Bitmain released the new Litecoin/Dogecoin mining machine L7, adding that it has a “hashrate of 9,500 MH/s and 3425W, equivalent to 19 sets of L3+.”

The journalist also revealed the price of the item, set at $15,000, although, as earlier mentioned, its overseas price is reduced by 13%. Meanwhile, the delivery time for the mining rig is on November 2021.

Manufacturer Bitmain
Model  S19jpro (96Th±5%)
Also known as S19j Miner
Release 2021
Size 570*316*430mm
Weight 16.50 KG
Noise level 75db
Fan(s) 4
Power 3312±5%
power efficiency 34.5±%5
Interface Ethernet
Temperature 5 – 45 °C
Humidity 5 – 95 %

What Is Bitcoin Mining?

Bitcoin mining is the process by which new bitcoins are entered into circulation, but it is also a critical component of the maintenance and development of the blockchain ledger. It is performed using very sophisticated computers that solve extremely complex computational math problems.

This may be because entrepreneurial types see mining as pennies from heaven, like California gold prospectors in 1849. And if you are technologically inclined, why not do it?
We will focus primarily on Bitcoin (throughout, we’ll use “Bitcoin” when referring to the network or the cryptocurrency as a concept, and “bitcoin” when we’re referring to a number of individual tokens)
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