In a recorded video performed on the mining stage at Bitcoin 2022, Jordan Chen, COO of MicroBT, producer of the Whatsminer sequence of bitcoin mining rigs, shared particulars concerning the firm’s new M50 sequence of miners: the M50s, M50 and M53.
The M50 sequence is anticipated to run at the next energy for longer durations of time than earlier rigs within the Whatsminer sequence. The M50s, for example, is air-cooled and powered by a 5 nm processor from Samsung that may ship up to 15% higher effectivity than current sequence fashions. It can ship 126 terahashes per second (TH/s) of mining energy at an effectivity of 26 joules per terahash (J/T), in accordance to a MicroBT press launch despatched to Bitcoin Magazine.
The air-cooled M50 is anticipated to ship 114 TH/s, with 29 J/T effectivity, working on 3,306 watts of energy. And the hydro-cooled M53 sequence hosts 226 TH/s of computing energy at 29 J/T.
MicroBT additionally framed the M50 sequence as a stronger entrance into rising epicenters for Bitcoin mining like North America, which has seen a surge in its share of the Bitcoin network’s overall hash rate since regulators in China started cracking down on miners there final yr.
“To support more customers from North America and newly-emerging areas, MicroBT is capable of producing and shipping over 30,000 pieces per month from its production site located in Southeast Asia this year,” in accordance to the discharge.
MicroBT introduced that every of the fashions within the sequence will likely be out there for delivery starting within the third quarter of this yr.
Bitcoin 2022 is a part of the Bitcoin Event Series hosted by BTC Inc, the mum or dad firm of Bitcoin Magazine.