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Pandora Cryptocurrency is a decentralized digital currency, without a central bank or single administrator, that can be sent from user to user on the peer-to-peer bitcoin network without the need for intermediarie. 

Pandora Cryptocurrency is the world’s most valued cryptocurrency besides Bitcoin, Ethereum, ERGO, Ravencoin, Ethereum Classic, Polkadot.

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The overall market cap of cryptocurrencies hit $3.3 trillion on Monday, according to David Gawler pricing. The cryptocurrency market is now worth more than $3 trillion.8 Nov 2021. Cryptocurrency $3 Trillion global value is a great milestone since the traditional gold traded stocks is worth approximately $7.3 Trillion worldwide. A bit to go but cryptocurrency is headed in this direction as it is continual growth is always added to the cryptocurrency global network. 

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What Happens to Bitcoin After All 21 Million Are Mined?

One of the chief characteristics of Bitcoin (BTCUSD) is its limited supply. Other forms of money, including fiat currencies, can be printed at will by central banks—i.e., they have unlimited supply.

Bitcoin inventor Satoshi Nakamoto capped the number of bitcoin at 21 million, meaning there will only ever be 21 million bitcoins in existence. On average, these bitcoins are introduced to the Bitcoin supply at a fixed rate of one block every 10 minutes. In addition, the number of bitcoins released in each of these aforementioned blocks is reduced by 50% every four years. By August 2021, 18.7 million bitcoins were available, leaving roughly 2.3 million to be mined.1 The supply limitation makes Bitcoin scarce and controls inflation that might arise from an unlimited supply of the cryptocurrency.

As Bitcoin reaches its capped supply, its economics will alter. The incentives for various members in its ecosystem, such as miners and traders, will change. For example, miners may rely less on block rewards and more on transaction fees to earn revenue and profits for their operations. The cryptocurrency’s network will also transform, and its participants will be different from the retail traders that populate its current ecosystem.

However, given the cryptocurrency’s relatively undeveloped ecosystem, it is difficult to predict with certainty the effect of Bitcoin reaching its capped supply.

KEY TAKEAWAYS
There are only 21 million bitcoins that can be mined in total.
Bitcoin will never reach that cap due to the use of rounding operators in its codebase.
As of Aug, 2021, 18.77 million bitcoins have been mined, which leaves roughly 2.3 million yet to be introduced into circulation.
When Bitcoin reaches its supply cap, block rewards will vanish, and miners will depend on fees from transactions occurring on the cryptocurrency’s network for revenue.
Bitcoin’s network may evolve from its current unfinished state to becoming a bridge for monetary transactions and trading.
Bitcoin the cryptocurrency will have a defined identity in the financial ecosystem.

Will Bitcoin Ever Reach the 21 Million Cap?

Before delving into the implications of Bitcoin’s 21 million cap, it might be interesting to consider the question of whether it will ever reach that figure. Based on the cryptocurrency’s current codebase and mining process, some observers say that Bitcoin may fall just shy of the 21 million figure.

To recap, Bitcoin is “mined” by miners who solve cryptographic puzzles to verify and validate a block of transactions occurring in its network. Block rewards, consisting of a set number of bitcoins, are distributed to miners who successfully confirm a transaction block. The rewards are halved every four years.

When the cryptocurrency was launched, the reward for confirming a block of transactions was 50 bitcoins. In 2012, it was halved to 25 bitcoins, and it went down to 12.5 in 2016. In May 2020, miners stood to earn 6.25 bitcoin for every new block. Block rewards for Bitcoin miners will continue to be halved every four years until the final bitcoin is mined. Current estimates for mining of the final bitcoin put that date somewhere in February 2140.

The Bitcoin mining process provides bitcoin rewards to miners, but the reward size decreases periodically to control the circulation of new tokens.

According to Andreas M. Antonopoulos, author of a book about Bitcoin’s workings, the 21 million figure is an “asymptotic cap” on the number of bitcoin in existence.2 In simple words, this means that, while it may reach very close to figure, the cryptocurrency will never reach that limit. This is because block rewards and Bitcoin supply are never expressed in exact terms. Bitcoin’s code uses bit-shift operators—arithmetic operators used that round decimal points to the closest smallest integer in certain programming languages. Therefore, a total supply of 6.2589 bitcoins will be rounded out to the closest smallest integer, in this case 6.

While it makes calculations easier, the practice leads to losses in satoshis, Bitcoin’s constituent units, during each block confirmation. One bitcoin is equal to 100 million satoshis. According to some, the final bitcoin block will be numbered 6,929,999, and the total supply at that time will be 20,999,999.9769 satoshis. Since bitcoin uses a bit-shift operator system,3 its algorithm will round off that figure to 20,999,999 and leave the cryptocurrency just shy of its 21 million targeted cap.

What Happens When All 21 Million Bitcoin Are Mined?
A consequence of Bitcoin not reaching its planned cap is that it leaves open the possibility that the cryptocurrency’s network will remain functional for a long time after 2140. No bitcoins will be issued, but transaction blocks will be confirmed, and fees will become the primary source of revenue. Ultimately, Bitcoin’s network may function as a closed economy, in which transaction fees are assessed much like taxes are.

Can the rewards be in satoshis instead of actual bitcoin? Such a practice is unlikely and would require a change in the cryptocurrency’s protocol to take effect.

That said, it is difficult to predict the effects of Bitcoin almost reaching the overall supply promised by Satoshi Nakamoto. This is partly because Bitcoin’s ecosystem is still undeveloped. The cryptocurrency was originally conceptualized as a medium of exchange but it has found more popularity as a store of value—an investing asset—instead. It is possible that Bitcoin’s ecosystem and workings might undergo a transformation, similar to the one that has occured in its identity, between now and 2140.

Although there can only ever be a maximum of 21 million bitcoins, because people have lost their private keys or have died without leaving their private key instructions to anybody, the actual amount of available bitcoins in circulation could actually be millions less.
For example, there could be a protocol change in the cryptocurrency’s blockchain to allow for more than 21 million bitcoin in existence. Remember, Bitcoin is an open source cryptocurrency and can be changed to create hard or soft forks that create new cryptocurrencies or alter its functioning. Some examples of the former are bitcoin cash (BCHUSD), litecoin (LTCUSD), and dogecoin (DOGEUSD), which have made minor modifications to Bitcoin’s source code and created new coins that have racked up billions of dollars in market valuations.
Effect on Bitcoin Miners
Block rewards and transaction fees are the most important sources of revenue for miners—the former more so than the latter in the current setup. High prices for bitcoin enable miners to cover operational costs and sustain business profits because they can sell their rewards stash in cryptocurrency markets.

When Bitcoin is close to reaching its limit, the reward amounts may not be enough to cover operational costs at miners, let alone generate profits. If and when the supply limit is reached, Bitcoin rewards are supposed to vanish.

In both instances, transaction fees are expected to pick up the slack. The amount of and mechanism for these fees depends on the state of Bitcoin’s network at that point in time—i.e., whether it is being used as a medium of exchange or as a store of value. The former may incur reasonable fees to enable Bitcoin’s use in daily transactions, while the latter scenario will have miners conducting fewer and more expensive transactions.

Another possibility being put forward is that of miners forming cartels amongst themselves. They might control supply to set high transaction fees or a fee amount that guarantees them a minimum in profits. Selfish mining is another possibility. In this form of mining, miners collude amongst themselves to hide new blocks and release orphan blocks that are not confirmed by Bitcoin’s network. This practice will delay production of the final block in Bitcoin’s network and ensure high rewards for the new blocks when they are finally released into the network.

The formation of a Bitcoin miners’ cartel is not a far-reaching conclusion. Such groupings already exist in other commodities whose supply is constrained or controlled. For example, oil prices are influenced to a large degree by OPEC’s production output. Prices in the diamond industry are also reportedly set by a cartel led by mining giant DeBeers.4

Effect on Bitcoin’s Network
The most valuable and useful aspect of Bitcoin is its network. Distributed ledger technology is a technological solution to the time-consuming bookkeeping and accounting that characterizes most financial transactions today.

If Bitcoin becomes popular as a medium of exchange in the future, its transaction numbers will surge. Past precedent has shown that there is a significant chance that the network will slow down. This is because Bitcoin’s architecture, which relies on a distributed database to hold copies of massive ledgers, sacrifices speed for accuracy and integrity.

In such a scenario, it is likely that Layer 2 technologies, like the Lightning Network, will become responsible for confirming a majority of transactions on its network. Therefore, the cryptocurrency’s actual network itself will be used only to settle large batches of transactions.

A second possibility is that the number of transactions on Bitcoin’s network falls. Such a situation is possible when Bitcoin becomes a reserve asset. Trades involving the cryptocurrency will be few. Retail traders and small trading firms, who dominate its current trading ecosystem, will be eliminated and replaced by large institutional players and established trading firms. They will conduct fewer and more expensive trades that will incur high transaction fees from miners.

Effect on Bitcoin the Cryptocurrency
Bitcoin’s inventor Satoshi Nakamoto designed the cryptocurrency to function as a medium of exchange for daily transactions. But its network has high transaction fees and slow processing times. Meanwhile, its scarcity and rising prices have become a magnet for speculative investors. Their bets on the cryptocurrency roulette have led to volatile price swings in the asset class deterring serious investors away from it. Regulators have criticized its ecosystem as a Wild West.

By the time that the last bitcoin is mined (or close to being mined), Bitcoin may have a more defined identity that it does currently. Side channels, like the Lightning Network, may have increased its network’s transaction processing speed and enabled its use as a medium of exchange. Some countries like El Salvador are betting on such an eventuality and have made the cryptocurrency legal tender.

El Salvador made Bitcoin legal tender on June 9, 2021.5 It is the first country to do so. The cryptocurrency can be used for any transaction where the business can accept it. The U.S. dollar continues to be El Salvador’s primary currency.

In the United States, the latest significant events are the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) letter in January 2021 authorizing the use of crypto as a method of payment, PayPal Holdings, Inc.’s (PYPL) introduction of Bitcoin, and Tesla, Inc.’s (TSLA) acceptance of Bitcoin to purchase Tesla cars and solar roofs. Tesla reversed course on accepting Bitcoin in May 2021, citing environmental concerns around the resources required for Bitcoin mining.

The increasing scarcity in its numbers will also have driven up bitcoin’s price and the corresponding valuation of cryptocurrency markets. Regulators tend to move quickly when increasing amounts of capital flows into an asset class, and it is likely that crypto markets and Bitcoin will also have come under the regulatory umbrella. That will be a sign for institutional investors to move into the cryptocurrency’s ecosystem and stabilize its price swings with massive liquidity.

The Bottom Line
Bitcoin’s 21 million supply cap is meant to control inflation that might, otherwise, result from an unlimited supply. But it has inflated the cryptocurrency’s prices by making it a scarce commodity.

When Bitcoin reaches the supply cap, it is likely that miners will shift from block rewards to transaction fees as their main source of revenue. Development of side channels, like the Lightning Network, may result in Bitcoin’s blockchain restricting itself to confirmation of large batches of transactions or ones that involve movement of significant numbers of bitcoins from one address on its blockchain to another. Bitcoin’s identity—as a store of value and a medium of exchange—will also be more clearly defined than it is currently.

But none of these predictions are set in stone. The kinetic pace of developments in Bitcoin’s ecosystem means that it is difficult to accurately predict its future. For example, the cryptocurrency’s protocol may be changed to accommodate the production of more than 21 million bitcoins. Or, it may fall just shy of reaching 21 million.

Frequently Asked Questions
What is Bitcoin’s total supply?
The total supply of bitcoins is capped at 21 million.

What will happen to miner fees when Bitcoin’s supply limit is reached?
When Bitcoin supply reaches 21 million, miners will rely on transaction fees rather than block rewards, which will have vanished by then, for revenue.

What will happen to Bitcoin’s network when it reaches the supply limit?
When Bitcoin reaches the 21 million supply limit, it is likely that side channels, like the Lightning Network, will do most of the heavy lifting in confirming its transactions. The cryptocurrency’s blockchain be responsible for confirming only very large batches of transactions or ones that involve movement of large sums of bitcoin from one address to another.

What happens if Bitcoin supply fails to reach the 21 million cap?
One consequence of Bitcoin not reaching its planned cap is that it leaves open the possibility that the cryptocurrency’s network will remain functional for a long time after 2140. In keeping with Bitcoin’s economics, rewards for confirming these blocks will be minimal.

 

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Name Price
Bitcoin (BTC)
$56,834.00
MMS Cash Token (MCASH)
$1.00
Ethereum (ETH)
$4,504.55
Binance Coin (BNB)
$620.12
Tether (USDT)
$1.00
Solana (SOL)
$235.13
Cardano (ADA)
$1.74
XRP (XRP)
$0.98
USD Coin (USDC)
$1.00
Polkadot (DOT)
$35.98
Dogecoin (DOGE)
$0.209497
Avalanche (AVAX)
$112.11
Terra (LUNA)
$63.47
Shiba Inu (SHIB)
$0.000042
Crypto.com Coin (CRO)
$0.69
Polygon (MATIC)
$2.12
Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC)
$56,742.00
Litecoin (LTC)
$206.39
Binance USD (BUSD)
$1.00
Algorand (ALGO)
$1.92
Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
$566.23
Uniswap (UNI)
$22.47
Dai (DAI)
$1.00
Axie Infinity (AXS)
$133.72
Stellar (XLM)
$0.336193
VeChain (VET)
$0.117234
TerraUSD (UST)
$1.00
Cosmos (ATOM)
$26.61
Internet Computer (ICP)
$40.24
OKB (OKB)
$27.57
Elrond (EGLD)
$359.65
cETH (CETH)
$90.25
Filecoin (FIL)
$54.09
TRON (TRX)
$0.097738
FTX Token (FTT)
$49.75
Lido Staked Ether (STETH)
$4,467.77
Vectorium (VECT)
$424.63
Theta Network (THETA)
$6.37
Hedera (HBAR)
$0.347191
Ethereum Classic (ETC)
$47.49
Decentraland (MANA)
$4.35
The Sandbox (SAND)
$6.31
Fantom (FTM)
$2.10
cDAI (CDAI)
$0.021731
Near (NEAR)
$8.24
Tezos (XTZ)
$5.12
The Graph (GRT)
$0.90
Gala (GALA)
$0.58
Monero (XMR)
$239.63
IOTA (MIOTA)
$1.54
Radix (XRD)
$0.413452
Hedera (HBAR)
$0.389965
EOS (EOS)
$3.99
Helium (HNT)
$38.51
cUSDC (CUSDC)
$0.022376
Flow (FLOW)
$12.03
Klaytn (KLAY)
$1.49
Olympus (OHM)
$695.75
Magic Internet Money (MIM)
$1.00
Kusama (KSM)
$369.27
Loopring (LRC)
$2.65
LEO Token (LEO)
$3.48
Aave (AAVE)
$243.86
PancakeSwap (CAKE)
$13.20
Enjin Coin (ENJ)
$3.39
THORChain (RUNE)
$10.58
eCash (XEC)
$0.000152
Arweave (AR)
$56.16
Harmony (ONE)
$0.244589
Bitcoin SV (BSV)
$147.84
Amp (AMP)
$0.057964
Stacks (STX)
$2.62
Kadena (KDA)
$16.71
Maker (MKR)
$2,967.28
Zcash (ZEC)
$224.87
NEO (NEO)
$36.69
Quant (QNT)
$191.37
Huobi BTC (HBTC)
$57,325.00
Chiliz (CHZ)
$0.422957
Waves (WAVES)
$21.38
Basic Attention Token (BAT)
$1.42
BitTorrent (BTT)
$0.003159
Holo (HOT)
$0.011598
KuCoin Token (KCS)
$25.38
Bitcoin Cash ABC (BCHA)
$103.24
Radio Caca (RACA)
$0.010743
Theta Fuel (TFUEL)
$0.302134
Curve DAO Token (CRV)
$4.76
Celo (CELO)
$5.02
Dash (DASH)
$176.68
Celsius Network (CEL)
$4.05
Wonderland (TIME)
$7,334.50
Compound (COMP)
$270.60
e-Radix (EXRD)
$0.415833
Marinade staked SOL (MSOL)
$238.25
Qtum (QTUM)
$14.91
ECOMI (OMI)
$0.006455
Huobi Token (HT)
$9.66
NEM (XEM)
$0.169968
NEXO (NEXO)
$2.68
IoTeX (IOTX)
$0.154272
Sushi (SUSHI)
$7.46
Decred (DCR)
$104.18
Synthetix Network Token (SNX)
$7.31
SafeMoon (SAFEMOON)
$0.000002
Mina Protocol (MINA)
$4.39
Immutable X (IMX)
$6.92
Livepeer (LPT)
$52.69
Ethereum Name Service (ENS)
$60.14
TrueUSD (TUSD)
$1.00
Frax (FRAX)
$1.00
Osmosis (OSMO)
$5.09
Horizen (ZEN)
$101.72
Siacoin (SC)
$0.024254
Ankr (ANKR)
$0.146646
Audius (AUDIO)
$2.27
ICON (ICX)
$1.70
WAX (WAXP)
$0.63
OMG Network (OMG)
$8.16
Metahero (HERO)
$0.219358
Pax Dollar (USDP)
$1.00
Zilliqa (ZIL)
$0.086719
YooShi (YOOSHI)
$0.000003
GateToken (GT)
$6.99
Decentralized Social (DESO)
$104.31
XDC Network (XDC)
$0.089009
Oasis Network (ROSE)
$0.312743
Ravencoin (RVN)
$0.105955
Rally (RLY)
$0.51
yearn.finance (YFI)
$28,971.00
Illuvium (ILV)
$1,625.66
Nexus Mutual (NXM)
$149.05
Convex Finance (CVX)
$25.25
Voyager Token (VGX)
$3.61
Bitcoin Gold (BTG)
$54.44
0x (ZRX)
$1.12
UFO Gaming (UFO)
$0.000037
Bancor Network Token (BNT)
$4.00
Spell Token (SPELL)
$0.012205
IOST (IOST)
$0.040620
Liquity USD (LUSD)
$0.99
REN (REN)
$0.90
Ontology (ONT)
$1.01
renBTC (RENBTC)
$56,703.00
Raydium (RAY)
$11.25
dYdX (DYDX)
$13.23
Mobox (MBOX)
$9.61
Secret (SCRT)
$5.47
Hive (HIVE)
$2.29
Dogelon Mars (ELON)
$0.000002
SKALE (SKL)
$0.320955
Nervos Network (CKB)
$0.028958
Rocket Pool (RPL)
$50.04
Render Token (RNDR)
$5.26
JasmyCoin (JASMY)
$0.169951
Bitkub Coin (KUB)
$7.27
UMA (UMA)
$12.52
cUSDT (CUSDT)
$0.021614
Telcoin (TEL)
$0.013354
Velas (VLX)
$0.341737
Vulcan Forged (PYR)
$39.45
Fei USD (FEI)
$1.00
Kava (KAVA)
$5.20
Serum (SRM)
$5.55
Moonriver (MOVR)
$298.68
Perpetual Protocol (PERP)
$12.91
WazirX (WRX)
$1.57
Anchor Protocol (ANC)
$3.94
DigiByte (DGB)
$0.047297
Yield Guild Games (YGG)
$7.98
Gnosis (GNO)
$461.35
SwissBorg (CHSB)
$0.73
WINkLink (WIN)
$0.000712
Nano (XNO)
$5.11
Convex CRV (CVXCRV)
$4.71
Reserve Rights Token (RSR)
$0.050896
Polymath (POLY)
$0.75
Golem (GLM)
$0.66
1inch (1INCH)
$3.48
Frax Share (FXS)
$17.57
XYO Network (XYO)
$0.050039
Mask Network (MASK)
$15.25
Celer Network (CELR)
$0.106773
Valkyrie Protocol (VKR)
$1.22
Coin98 (C98)
$3.15
OriginTrail (TRAC)
$1.57
PlayDapp (PLA)
$2.35
NuCypher (NU)
$0.88
Casper Network (CSPR)
$0.205097
Energy Web Token (EWT)
$14.16
WOO Network (WOO)
$0.98
pTokens BTC (PBTC)
$45,430.00
Neutrino USD (USDN)
$0.99
Klima DAO (KLIMA)
$726.72
Lisk (LSK)
$3.75
Injective Protocol (INJ)
$12.43
JUST (JST)
$0.074340
FLEX Coin (FLEX)
$6.85
Fei Protocol (FEI)
$1.00
Ocean Protocol (OCEAN)
$1.21
Mdex (MDX)
$0.65
Tribe (TRIBE)
$1.13
Fetch.ai (FET)
$0.75
Chromia (CHR)
$0.90
RMRK (RMRK)
$53.38
Request (REQ)
$0.66
Cartesi (CTSI)
$1.03
SuperFarm (SUPER)
$1.73
Syscoin (SYS)
$0.80
Tokemak (TOKE)
$68.62
DigitalBits (XDB)
$0.65
xSUSHI (XSUSHI)
$9.00
Bitmax Token (BTMX)
$0.65
Alien Worlds (TLM)
$0.385562
Constellation (DAG)
$0.190097
Dent (DENT)
$0.004861
Bounce [old] (BOT)
$12,387.05
Bifrost (BFC)
$0.424456
Ultra (UOS)
$1.71
Function X (FX)
$1.04
Keep Network (KEEP)
$0.81
Bonfida (FIDA)
$9.11
Verasity (VRA)
$0.067402
Medibloc (MED)
$0.082177
Swipe (SXP)
$2.28
Persistence (XPRT)
$7.21
MiL.k Alliance (MLK)
$2.01
DeFi Kingdoms (JEWEL)
$7.33
PlatON Network (LAT)
$0.187186
Thorstarter (XRUNE)
$0.62
Wilder World (WILD)
$5.72
TON Crystal (TON)
$0.390256
Alpha Finance (ALPHA)
$0.93
Flux (FLUX)
$1.85
COTI (COTI)
$0.456023
Verge (XVG)
$0.024163
Reef Finance (REEF)
$0.024473
Wootrade Network (WOO)
$0.81
Status (SNT)
$0.101632
DAO Maker (DAO)
$5.83
Origin Protocol (OGN)
$1.00
Trust Wallet Token (TWT)
$1.10
Dvision Network (DVI)
$1.53
TitanSwap (TITAN)
$3.81
My Neighbor Alice (ALICE)
$21.44
Ampleforth (AMPL)
$1.27
Star Atlas (ATLAS)
$0.172634

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Including many factors for ASIC miners are specialist specific power, cheap electric and heat extraction.  Many other factors do come into to it as well like how much space you can have for ASIC miners.  Industrial sized establishments called datacentres is more than ideal, you can install ASICS at home but you need to be aware of the negatives and positives.  For most people, installing an ASIC machine in your house would be so noisy, all your neighbours would eventually complain.  It is ideal to get an industrial sized office or commercial location to house ASICS with secure and reliable locations with good internet like fibre optics and multiple power redundancies. 

Model Release Hashrate Power Noise Algo Profitability. 

Goldshell KD5
Mar 2021
18Th/s
2250W
80db
Kadena
$346.60/day

Bitmain Antminer E9 (3Gh)
Coming soon
3Gh/s
2556W
75db
EtHash
$227.81/day

Innosilicon A11 Pro ETH (2000Mh)
Coming soon
2Gh/s
2500W
75db
EtHash
$149.58/day

Bitmain Antminer L7 (9.5Gh)
Nov 2021
9.5Gh/s
3425W
75db
Scrypt
$128.13/day

Bitmain Antminer L7 (9.16Gh)
Nov 2021
9.16Gh/s
3425W
75db
Scrypt
$123.19/day

Goldshell KD2
Mar 2021
6Th/s
830W
55db
Kadena
$115.30/day

Innosilicon A11 Pro ETH (1500Mh)
Nov 2021
1.5Gh/s
2350W
75db
EtHash
$110.82/day

iBeLink BM-K1
Nov 2020
5.3Th/s
835W
74db
Kadena
$101.56/day

Bitmain Antminer D7 (1286Gh)
Oct 2021
1.286Th/s
3148W
75db
X11
$82.26/day

iPollo G1
Dec 2020
36GPS
2800W
75db
Cuckatoo32
$67.76/day

Innosilicon A10 Pro+ ETH (750Mh)
Dec 2020
750Mh/s
1350W
75db
EtHash
$54.90/day

Goldshell CK5
Mar 2021
12Th/s
2400W
80db
Eaglesong
$39.72/day

Goldshell HS5
Feb 2021
2.7Th/s
2650W
80db
2
$37.64/day

Innosilicon A10 Pro ETH (500Mh)
May 2020
500Mh/s
960W
75db
EtHash
$36.43/day

MicroBT Whatsminer M30S++
Oct 2020
112Th/s
3472W
75db
SHA-256
$31.46/day

iPollo B2
Oct 2021
110Th/s
3250W
75db
SHA-256
$31.36/day

Bitmain Antminer S19 Pro (110Th)
May 2020
110Th/s
3250W
75db
SHA-256
$31.36/day

Goldshell KD-BOX
May 2021
1.6Th/s
205W
35db
Kadena
$30.79/day

Bitmain Antminer S19j Pro (104Th)
Jul 2021
104Th/s
3068W
75db
SHA-256
$29.66/day

Bitmain Antminer Z15
Jun 2020
420ksol/s
1510W
72db
Equihash
$29.40/day

Bitmain Antminer S19j Pro (100Th)
Jun 2021
100Th/s
3050W
75db
SHA-256
$28.24/day

Goldshell HS3
Oct 2020
2Th/s
2000W
75db
2
$27.77/day

Bitmain Antminer S19j Pro (96Th)
Aug 2021
96Th/s
2832W
75db
SHA-256
$27.38/day

MicroBT Whatsminer M30S+
Oct 2020
100Th/s
3400W
75db
SHA-256
$27.23/day

Goldshell LT5 Pro
Aug 2021
2.45Gh/s
3100W
80db
Scrypt
$26.66/day

StrongU STU-U1++
Jul 2019
52Th/s
2200W
76db
Blake256R14
$25.96/day

Innosilicon A6+ LTCMaster
Mar 2019
2.2Gh/s
2100W
82db
Scrypt
$25.91/day

Bitmain Antminer S19 (95Th)
May 2020
95Th/s
3250W
75db
SHA-256
$25.81/day

Spondoolies SPx36
Sep 2018
540Gh/s
4400W
75db
X11
$25.68/day

StrongU STU-U6
Nov 2019
440Gh/s
2200W
76db
X11
$24.91/day

Bitmain Antminer S19j (90Th)
Jun 2021
90Th/s
3250W
75db
SHA-256
$23.96/day

Goldshell LT5
Mar 2021
2.05Gh/s
2080W
80db
Scrypt
$23.79/day

MicroBT Whatsminer D1
Nov 2018
48Th/s
2200W
75db
Blake256R14
$23.47/day

Canaan AvalonMiner 1246
Jan 2021
90Th/s
3420W
75db
SHA-256
$23.47/day

Bitmain Antminer T19 (88Th)
Aug 2021
88Th/s
3344W
75db
SHA-256
$22.95/day

MicroBT Whatsminer M30S
Apr 2020
86Th/s
3268W
72db
SHA-256
$22.42/day

Bitmain Antminer T19 (84Th)
Jun 2020
84Th/s
3150W
75db
SHA-256
$22.02/day

iPollo B1
Oct 2021
85Th/s
3400W
75db
SHA-256
$21.67/day

StrongU Hornbill H8 Pro
Jul 2021
84Th/s
3360W
76db
SHA-256
$21.42/day

Canaan AvalonMiner 1166 Pro
Aug 2020
81Th/s
3400W
75db
SHA-256
$20.19/day

MicroBT Whatsminer M31S+
Dec 2020
80Th/s
3360W
70db
SHA-256
$19.94/day

iBeLink BM-N1
Nov 2020
6.6Th/s
2400W
72db
Eaglesong
$18.73/day

Bitmain Antminer S17+ (73Th)
Dec 2019
73Th/s
2920W
75db
SHA-256
$18.61/day

MicroBT Whatsminer M31S
Apr 2020
76Th/s
3220W
75db
SHA-256
$18.50/day

StrongU Hornbill H8
Oct 2020
74Th/s
3330W
76db
SHA-256
$17.80/day

Bitmain Antminer DR5 (35Th)
Sep 2021
35Th/s
1610W
76db
Blake256R14
$17.10/day

Bolon Miner B11
Aug 2021
70Th/s
3300W
75db
SHA-256
$16.41/day

Bitmain Antminer DR5 (34Th)
Dec 2018
34Th/s
1800W
76db
Blake256R14
$15.93/day

MicroBT Whatsminer M20S
Aug 2019
68Th/s
3360W
75db
SHA-256
$15.50/day

Bitmain Antminer S17e (64Th)
Nov 2019
64Th/s
2880W
80db
SHA-256
$15.40/day

Canaan AvalonMiner 1126 Pro
Aug 2021
68Th/s
3420W
75db
SHA-256
$15.32/day

MicroBT Whatsminer M32S
Nov 2020
66Th/s
3432W
75db
SHA-256
$14.55/day

FusionSilicon X7 Miner
Mar 2019
262Gh/s
1420W
72db
X11
$14.52/day

Bitmain Antminer T17+ (64Th)
Dec 2019
64Th/s
3200W
75db
SHA-256
$14.48/day

StrongU STU-U8 Pro
Sep 2019
60Th/s
2800W
76db
SHA-256
$14.15/day

Canaan AvalonMiner 1146 Pro
Aug 2020
63Th/s
3276W
75db
SHA-256
$13.89/day

Bitmain Antminer S17 Pro (53Th)
Apr 2019
53Th/s
2094W
82db
SHA-256
$13.59/day

Innosilicon A6 LTCMaster
Jan 2018
1.23Gh/s
1500W
82db
Scrypt
$13.55/day

Bitmain Antminer S17 (56Th)
Apr 2019
56Th/s
2520W
82db
SHA-256
$13.47/day

MicroBT Whatsminer M32
Jul 2020
62Th/s
3348W
75db
SHA-256
$13.31/day

Goldshell HS3-SE
Nov 2020
930Gh/s
930W
55db
2
$12.92/day

Innosilicon T3+ 52T
May 2019
52Th/s
2800W
75db
SHA-256
$12.91/day

Bitmain Antminer S17 Pro (50Th)
Apr 2019
50Th/s
1975W
82db
SHA-256
$12.82/day

Bitmain Antminer S17 (53Th)
Apr 2019
53Th/s
2385W
82db
SHA-256
$12.75/day

Innosilicon T3+ 57T
Sep 2019
57Th/s
3300W
75db
SHA-256
$11.60/day

Bitfury Tardis
Nov 2018
80Th/s
6300W
80db
SHA-256
$11.47/day

Ebang Ebit E12+
Sep 2019
50Th/s
2500W
75db
SHA-256
$11.31/day

Bitmain Antminer T17e (53Th)
Nov 2019
53Th/s
2915W
80db
SHA-256
$11.23/day

MicroBT Whatsminer M21S
Jun 2019
56Th/s
3360W
75db
SHA-256
$11.05/day

StrongU STU-U8
Jul 2019
46Th/s
2100W
76db
SHA-256
$10.98/day

Ebang Ebit E11++
Oct 2018
44Th/s
1980W
75db
SHA-256
$10.59/day

MicroBT Whatsminer M10S
Sep 2018
55Th/s
350

Cryptoverse Mining. What is the Bitcoin Network Hash Rate? The hashrate or nethash is the network hashrate known as computing power you have to secure the decentralised network known as bitcoin.

Fact:  Bitcoin is here to stay.  The world’s most popular way to buy, sell, and trade crypto

The Blockchain is Trusted by millions since 2011 with over $1 Trillion in crypto transactions. That’s more around the same average as all of China’s top 100 billionaires list in 2021.

Bitcoin is a decentralized digital currency, without a central bank or single administrator, that can be sent from user to user on the peer-to-peer bitcoin network without the need for intermediaries. Transactions are verified by network nodes through cryptography and recorded in a public distributed ledger called a blockchain.

The cryptocurrency was invented in 2008 by an unknown person or group of people using the name Satoshi Nakamoto. The currency began use in 2009 when its implementation was released as open-source software.

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Explanation
Mining hashrate is a key security metric. The more hashing (computing) power in the network, the greater its security and its overall resistance to attack. Although Bitcoin’s exact hashing power is unknown, it is possible to estimate it from the number of blocks being mined and the current block difficulty.
Notes
Daily numbers (raw values) may periodically rise or drop as a result of the randomness of block discovery : even with a hashing power constant, the number of blocks mined can vary in day. Our analysts have found that looking at a 7 day average is a better representation of the underlying power.
Methodology
The hashing power is estimated from the number of blocks being mined in the last 24h and the current block difficulty. More specifically, given the average time T between mined blocks and a difficulty D, the estimated hash rate per second H is given by the formula H = 2 32 D / T

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Hash rate measurement and units

Digital Gold or mining is calculated in a complex programmatic manner.

To compute a hash rate, the unit hashes per second (h/s) is used. This is used to gauge the speed of the machine used for bitcoin mining. It is counted using terms like Kilo, Mega, Giga, Tera, Peta, and Exa.

For example:

  • 1 kilo hash per second (1 Kh/s) = one thousand hashes per second (1,000 h/s)
  • 1 mega hash per second (1 Mh/s) = one million hashes per second (1,000,000 h/s)
  • 1 giga hash per second (1 Gh/s) = one billion hashes per second (1,000,000,000 h/s)
  • 1 tera hash per second (1 Th/s) = one trillion hashes per second (1,000,000,000,000 h/s) 
  • 1 peta hash per second (1 Ph/s) = one quadrillion hashes per second (1,000,000,000,000,000 h/s)
  • 1 exa hash per second (1 Eh/s) = one quintillion hashes per second (1,000,000,000,000,000,000 h/s) 

Another notable fact is that hash rates vary depending on the cryptocurrency and what machine or equipment was used to mine it. Different cryptocurrencies don’t have the same amount of hash power.

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The cryptocurrency apps. Cryptocurrency Unlimited has utilised is crypto.com, coinjar and exodus. Not all these cryptocurrency wallets are available in every single country so it is important to make sure your country is supported by the app but most cryptocurrency wallets and cryptocurrency’s in general are supported by leading countries worldwide. 

Cryptocurrency is an exciting development field like Bitcoin, ethereum, litecoin, ergo, ravencoin.  All these cryptocurrency’s are mineable.  You can buy, sell, swap, trade these cryptocurrency’s along with many hundreds of other cryptocurrency’s.

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Cryptocurrency Unlimited (Mining).  What Is Mining? 

Cryptocurrency Mining is a process called cryptocurrency mining or “mining bitcoins”. 

People who mine cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum ERGO are specialised and often highly qualified IT experts who work in the field of IT.  Cryptocurrency Mining is the process of verifying and creating new cryptocurencies on the network in an decrentralised effort to secure and ultimately earn from the existence of mining.  Cryptocurrency Mining is a new form of digital gold but really it’s just a process of verifying transactions & creating new cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin using super expensive high powered computers through computing power known as hashrates. 

COMPUTING POWER NEEDS TO BE MASSIVE.  WITHIN THE TERAHASH RANGE.

Hasheates is how much computing power you have to secure and verify cryptocurrency transactions & creating new cryptocurrencies. The more hashrate or so called computing power you have.  The more cryptocurrency/money you will earn.

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RAM: 8 GB RAM G.SKILL  x2

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Currently, T-REX miner, over clocks on 3060 set to core clocks -500 and 240, power limit 100, fans set to 90%. Cryptocurrency Unlimited currently gets 120 megahash per 3060.

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