David Vorick, CEO of Obelisk a cryptocurrency ASIC manufacturing company, wrote a post on his profesional blog explaining in detail “The State of Cryptocurrency Mining” machines known as ASICs, sharing information obtained by him and some members of the Sia Team on a set of critical topics for cryptocurrency designers and other members of the community after a year of in-depth research.
One of the reasons they created Obelisk was because the existing mining companies had a very poor view of the miners’ world and the best way to understand them

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