hackaday.com / By Brian Benchoff / August 5, 2013
The name of the game in mining Bitcoins isn’t CPUs, GPUs, or even FPGAs. Now, hardcore miners are moving on to custom ASIC chips like the Block Erupter, For around $100 USD, you too can mine Bitcoins at 300 MH/s with [...]
codinginmysleep, Published on Jul 1, 2013
The folks over at ASICMiner sent me some of their new USB “Erupter” miners to play with and review.
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coindesk.com / Published On June 25, 2013 at 11:04 BST | By David Gilson
As unlikely as it sounds, the Adafruit learning blog (via the Hackaday blog) has just shown off a Raspberry Pi based bitcoin miner. For those who haven’t heard of the Raspberry Pi, it’s a small computer on a single circuit board [...]
bitcointalk.org / By friedcat / May 04, 2013, 01:39:52 PM
The Block Erupter USB series is the second major product of Bitfountain. Its experimental batch (Emerald) has passed all tests. Each one mines at more than 300MH/s, powered only by the USB port.
It serves as a replacement of GPUs for mining [...]