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Dutch Scrypt Mining Company Declared Bankrupt
Scrypt mining company Mining ASICs Technologies (MAT) has been declared bankrupt by a Maastricht, Netherlands, judge.
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Alpha Technology Announces New 'Back to Basics' Viper Miner Specs
The UK company has given its upcoming miners a significant speed boost, but removed several features in the process.
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The CoinDesk Mining Roundup: Multipools, Doge on Amazon EC2 and 11GH/s USB Sticks
As the mining industry evolves, there are always new products and services hitting the market for enterprising cryptocurrency entrepreneurs.
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New Radeon Launches Just in Time for No Miner to Care
AMD has launched its fastest graphics card to date, but scrypt miners are unlikely to care, argues Nermin Hajdarbegovic.
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Make Your Own Cash, 1930s Style; the CoinSummit Boosters; and Hot Pockets
John Law remembers a 1930s currency revolution, survives exuberant optimism, and (almost) finds something good about mobile malware mining.
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KnCMiner Updates Titan Spec, Promises 250MH/s
KnCMiner has bumped up the specification of its upcoming Titan scrypt miner, at 250MH/s, up from 100MH/s.
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Scrypt ASIC Race Intensifies, KnCMiner Scores $2 Million in Preorders
KnCMiner announced its first scrypt miner yesterday and today it's reporting that it already has $2m worth of pre-orders.
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KnCMiner Accepting Pre-orders for First Scrypt Miner 'Titan'
KnCMiner has announced its first rig dedicated to scrypt mining, the 100MH/s 'Titan', priced at $9,995.
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Meet DopaMINE, the Boutique GPU Mining Chassis
With this product, Red Harbinger has created a boutique mining chassis market, but should miners buy one?
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Alpha Technology Takes Pre-Orders for Litecoin ASIC Miners
UK company Alpha Technology says it is now taking pre-orders for the first litecoin ASIC mining devices.
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