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This is what a crypto currency mining machine looks like

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The first of the line, built around a 10nm mining chipset jointly developed by Samsung and Innosilicon, is called ‘AntEater’ and can operate at 17.2T hash/s.

“We wanted to push the envelope by developing the AntEater based on a 10nm chip because it was the newest technology available,” said Coolisys CEO Amos Kohn. “The industry has been anxious to find an alternative to Bitmain and Avalon.”

AntEater has dynamic frequency and temperature scaling for reliable performance under varied conditions.


Coolisys is owned by Californian firm DPW Holdings, which also owns UK-based Gresham Power Electronics.

DPW also owns Super Crypto Mining, which will be selling the mining machines when they become available.