A Samsung começou a produzir chips de mineração de bitcoin em parceria com uma empresa mineradora chinesa não identificada.
A notícia foi relatada site de notícias sul-coreano The Bell ontem, citando funcionários sem nome da Samsung como fonte.
A Samsung estava programada para iniciar a produção em massa dos chips – chamados circuitos integrados específicos da aplicação (ASICs) – este mês, para distribuição pela empresa chinesa, acrescenta.
Rumores dos empreendimentos da Samsung em mineração datam de outubro passado, quando a empresa revelou uma plataforma de mineração de bitcoin composta de smartphones Android antigos

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