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Therefore, there will be very little impact on the "Bitcoin economy" due to the introduction of massively greater hashing capacity that will come from ASIC designs entering Bitcoin mining production. As far as the block reward subsidy drop from 50 BT
With pooled mining, at 900Mhash/s, you'll need a new work unit every 3 seconds or so. Each work unit requires about 256 bytes out and about 768 bytes back. So that's 700 bits per second out and about 2,000 bits per second back
10 years from now is a long time, and you should expect additional transaction fees by then, plus many more (different) incentives to mine. As of late summer 2013 the ASIC market is saturated in my opinion, and the difficulty spikes will continue to
The first batch of ASICs will probably be based on "structured ASIC" technology, which is where wiring is laid on top of a pre-defined matrix of transistors. Because the wiring layers are the only layers that need to be defined, structured ASICs are
The very basic idea of an FPGA is that it can be loaded with a specific firmware (a layout of logical gates, in essence). That page contains the firmware you'd need to load onto a Xilinx FPGA (A Spartan 6) in order to use it as a mining device. ZTEX
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"Expansion board" redirects here. It is not to be confused with Daughterboard. Example of a PCI digital I/O expansion card The expansion card (also expansion board, adapter card or accessory card) in computing is a printed circuit board that can be i
600 GH Bitcoin Mining Card All the talk this weekend at bitcointalk. org is about a post titled Topic: BFL announces 28nm 600GH/S blade for $4680 . At first I was racing over to the BFL website to get all the details of this new 600 GH Bitcoin Mining