Below, you'll discover responses to numerous inquiries that our clients frequently pose.

What is an ASIC miner?

An ASIC miner is a specialized computer system that is designed to mine cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Litecoin, or Ethereum. ASIC stands for Application-Specific Integrated Circuit, which means that the hardware is specifically designed for a particular mining algorithm.

What is included in the price for the ASIC miner?

Shipping costs, import sales tax, and customs duties are already included in the price for deliveries to the European Union, North America, and Canada. No further costs will be incurred. However, if you are having the item delivered to a country outside of these regions, additional fees may be applicable.

What are my payment options?

We accept the payment in Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, and other cryptocurrencies with Coinbase Commerce, and bank transfer.

Do I have to pay all at once or can I pay in instalments?

Payment is made in one lump sum upon receipt of the invoice.

Can I also place a pre-order for the ASIC miner?

Yes, you can also pre-order miners through us.

What kind of internet is required to operate the ASIC machines?

ASIC (Application-Specific Integrated Circuit) machines are designed specifically for performing a single task, such as mining cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. To operate ASIC machines, you need a stable and reliable internet connection that meets certain requirements.

The internet speed and quality requirements for operating ASIC machines depend on several factors, such as the type of cryptocurrency being mined, the type of ASIC machine being used, and the size of the mining operation. In general, however, ASIC machines require a high-speed internet connection with low latency and high bandwidth.

A latency of less than 100 milliseconds is usually recommended for mining operations. Additionally, a reliable and stable connection is crucial to ensure uninterrupted mining operations. This means that the connection should have low packet loss, low jitter, and minimal downtime.

It's also important to note that ASIC machines can consume a large amount of bandwidth, particularly during peak mining periods. So, a high-speed and high-bandwidth internet connection is typically required to ensure smooth and efficient mining operations.

In summary, a stable and reliable high-speed internet connection with low latency, low packet loss, low jitter, and high bandwidth is required to operate ASIC machines effectively.

What do I need to mine?

To mine, you typically need specialized hardware, such as an ASIC (Application-Specific Integrated Circuit) or a graphics processing unit (GPU), as well as software and access to a reliable source of electricity. You may also need to join a mining pool to increase your chances of earning rewards. The specific requirements can vary depending on the cryptocurrency you want to mine and the mining algorithm it uses.

How do these ASIC machines generate money?

ASIC machines make money by taking part in the process of validating transactions on a blockchain network, a distributed ledger that keeps track of all transactions for a specific cryptocurrency.

Complex mathematical problems must be resolved by ASIC machines in order to validate transactions and add them to the blockchain. Newly created cryptocurrency as well as any transaction fees related to the transactions they validated are given to miners who successfully approve transactions.

A miner is more likely to successfully validate transactions and receive rewards if they have more computational power. As a result, ASIC machines, which are made specifically for mining cryptocurrencies and are optimized for high-speed computation, have the potential to be more profitable than other mining hardware, such as CPUs or GPUs.

Can I mine anything with the asic miners?

You can only mine specific coins/algorithms with the machines. On the descrption of our products we have indicated what type of coins the machine mines based on the algorithm it runs.

What is the lifespan of an ASIC miner?

The quality of the hardware, the effectiveness of the cooling system, and the frequency of use are just a few of the variables that affect an ASIC miner's lifespan. While some ASIC miners can operate for years, others might become outdated in a matter of months.

Is there a guarantee on the miners offered?

Yes, we offer warranties for most of our products. The length and terms of the warranty may vary depending on the product (half a year to a year). Please refer to the product description for more information.