Miner Merkle becomes the first to obtain Bitmain’s Newest Liquid Cooking Mining Rigs

February 6, 2022

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The private miner Merkle Standard will be one of the early crypto-miner in the U.S to receive Bitmain’s newest mining rig, the S19 Pro+ Hydro was uncovered in January, which operates using liquid cooling technology. Merkle is a California based miner. Recently Merkle has signed a contract with Bitmain which is one of the largest bitcoin mining rig plants. Merkle will receive goods of 4,449 of the latest computers in May 2022 and anticipates the appliances to enhance about 840 petahash per second (PH/s) of mining power to the computer.

The new technology is a cooling technology that can curtail heat, power consumption and noise. This technology will further improve the quality and expand the lifespan of the appliances. S19 Pro+ Hydro miners are considered to have the best mining power among Bitmain’s current contribution of particular bitcoin mining rigs known as ASICs. Merkle has recently enforced a purchase pact with Bitmain for 13,500 ASIC miners which has both S19 and S19J mining rigs. Merkle will move all the miners to its flagship data centre in Eastern Washington, which has a capacity of 225MW and potential expansion power of up to 500MW. The miner is anticipated to be net carbon-negative and achieve 4.6 exahash per second of mining power by the end of 2022.

Russian Zinurov, CEO of Merkle Standard said that this order is an important landmark in the growth of Merkle Standard and their partnership with Bitmain signifies their mission to improve durable and profitable processes by embracing the new and latest technologies manufactured by their supportive ally.

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