AMD's revenue from cryptocurrency miners has seemingly gone dry, the company said in its Q4 earnings report.
ConsenSys is partnering with AMD to provide a new cloud computing blockchain infrastructure aimed at large companies and government agencies.
AMD announced it saw "negligible" revenue from selling graphics cards to the crypto mining community over the past quarter.
GPU sales for cryptocurrency mining fell quarter-over-quarter, AMD announced in its Q2 report on Wednesday.
While AMD sees demand for GPUs to process blockchains falling this quarter, CEO Lisa Su believes the technology will have a long-term impact.
Taiwan-based motherboard producer ASRock confirmed that some of its new GPUs are meant for cryptocurrency mining.
The latest version of AMD's Adrenalin Edition driver for its Radeon processors fixes an issue impacting blockchain processes.
AMD expressed concern in a new SEC filing about the potential impact of a drop in GPU demand from crypto miners.
Prices increases in ethereum, monero and other cryptocurrencies could spark a sales boost for makers of graphics cards (GPUs).
Cryptominers will likely purchase fewer graphics cards in 2018 as ethereum's hard forks make mining a less profitable exercise.