Graphics card maker Nvidia has said the downturn in sales to crypto miners drove a drop in revenue in Q4, despite a record year overall.
Nvidia has cut its 4Q revenue forecast, which already factored in reduced demand for GPUs used in crypto mining.
Gaming hardware manufacturer Razer has launched an app that rewards users for mining, but not with crypto or cash.
Taiwan-based tech giant Asus is now letting gamers use their graphics cards to earn a share of profits from cryptocurrency mining.
Japanese IT giant GMO Internet has made another move into the cryptocurrency space with the launch of a GPU mining client for zcash.
Several ethereum miners and developers have come forward in the hope of halting ASICs from effectively operating on the ethereum network.
Crypto newbies from around the world are now using their old laptops to earn bitcoin, according to statistics from the firm.
Defending cryptocurrencies against the centralizing forces of ASIC mining chips requires more than coding fixes; human governance is also critical.
A proposal up for consideration on the ethereum classic blockchain could open the $2 billion network to a controversial type of mining hardware.
Taiwan-based motherboard producer ASRock confirmed that some of its new GPUs are meant for cryptocurrency mining.