In recent days, the world of technology has seen the return of cryptocurrency in the spotlight, especially after the recent activities of Tesla e Elon Musk which have made currencies such as Bitcoin e Dogecoin. But in a historical period where the demand for video cards far exceeds the supply available from various manufacturers, how will mining activities develop during the pandemic? A Chinese user might have the solution handy.
Mining in China pic.twitter.com/L8KbUe22Kz
- 포시 포시 (@ harukaze5719) February 9
What you see is one mining farm particular. No desktop computer, no traditional GPU but many, many laptops produced by Hasee and placed in every corner of the harukaze miner's apartment and ready to spawn Ethereum, another cryptocurrency that is rapidly rising these days.
It is not yet clear the configuration of these machines (and therefore the cost) and even if this new practice has been implemented elsewhere, but one thing is certain: in the worst case, we could see a buy-out momentary even in the world of laptops.