Bitcoin Miners Producer Bitmain released two Improved S17 Mining ASICs

Bitmain, Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) provider, released two ASICs, bitcoin mining machines embedded with the latest improvements.

Miners will be delivered in Three Batches

It is announced by the company Bitmain that T17e and S17e will be available for sale in three batches. The 1st batch is going to release today for buyers at 19:00 GMT+8 but will be delivered at the start of November.

The 2nd one will be available for sale on 10th September at the same time mentioned before and will deliver from Nov.11 to Nov.20, a period of ten days. And the last batch will be sold on 11th September 9, 2019, and its delivery will be active in the last 10 days of November.

Hash Rate and Efficiency Improvements

The company also issued the functions and specifications of these newly launched miners whose models names are T17e and S17e. The hash rate of T17e is 53 TH/s with power efficiency 55 J/TH. On the other hand, the hash rate of S17e is given 64 TH/s and power efficiency of 45 J/TH.

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They have updated the heating system keeping in view the latest technology in order to trigger its age and productivity. Both are designed in such a way that heat will dissipate through dual-tube that will make the whole process efficient. This is very crucial for the stability of the hardware.

Secured from any kind of Malicious Attack

As far as the question of security is concerned, it is claimed that the installed software in both ASICs will protect them from any kind of malicious theft or scamming attack. After all, it will clear the doubts of purchasers to make their mind to buy these mining machines that are layered with cyber security.

There will be compensation with customers as said by the firm in case of delay. Bitmain will provide its customers with rewards in the form of coupons if their deliveries will be late. This will depend upon the share of the mining pool but the charges of power will be deducted.

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