Intel’s Blockscale – A New Bitcoin Mining Chip

Earlier this month, Intel announced Blocksale ASIC, the company's second-generation Bitcoin mining chip. Intel plans to deliver the new chip for the third quarter, which it claims will be more energy-efficient. What does this news mean for Intel and the blockchain sector? How will Bitcoin miners react? Intel’s Second Attempt to Attract Crypto Miners Intel's first mining chip, named Bonanza Mine, is a 7nm process packed in lots of 300. We can speak of a 3,600W mining machine with up…

Intel Reveals 2nd Gen Bitcoin Mining Chip After Netting First Major Customer

Intel – a multinational chip manufacturer – recently unveiled its 2nd generation “Bonanza Mine” Bitcoin mining ASIC. It also ]offered details on its first-generation miner (BMZ1), a 3600W miner delivering 40 terahashes per second (TH/s). Exploring Intel’s Mining Chips The company unveiled its new processor at the 2022 International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) on Sunday. As covered by Tom’s Hardware, the second 2nd generation chips (BMZ2) will be a derivative of the BMZ1 series. They offered no details beyond that…