A possible game changer for the US electric vehicle industry
Why mine when you're paid more not to?
The cards were valued in excess of $2 million
Massive Norwegian phosphate rock deposit can meet fertilizer, solar, and EV battery demand for 50 years
70 billion tonnes lasts a long time
Blockchain companies want to recoup GPU investment with AI and HPC
The tax could generate around $3.5 billion over ten years
Nvidia was once fined $5.5 million for failing to disclose crytpomining revenue's impact
The hidden operation cost the school more than $17,000 in electricity
Buying second-hand graphics cards that were used for crypto mining isn't as risky as you might think
* Most of the time
In context: It's an argument that has been raging for years: is buying a second-hand graphics card worth the risk when it could have been used extensively for crypto mining? Probably the most famous of all the tech YouTube channels, Linus Tech Tips, has long said that former mining cards don't automatically suffer from performance issues, and could even be a better buy than those that were used exclusively for gaming. Now, Linus might have proven this claim.
Subsequent flights will enter deep space to study and eventually mine a nearby space rock
Only customers with written permission from Microsoft can mine
Rigs that have lost 85% of their value since last November
Better late than never
Building sustainable computing systems is not only the conscientious thing to do, but curbing carbon emissions may result in a seismic shift in how we develop the hardware of the future.
Hopefully it doesn't suffer another delay
ASIC miners are already at a two-year low
Would you buy a second-hand mining card?
That explains those shortages
Despite the crypto ban, China is second only to the US when it comes to mining
Good news for gamers
The decision dates back to 2018 revenue reports that failed to account for crypto-based sales