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July 01, 2017, 10:17:56 PM
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Hey guys, I was wondering if anyone here has heard anything about an upcoming release from Bitmain. I'm looking to start mining, but I want to use the latest hardware available and I don't want to be blindsided by a new release after investing in a mine. When should we expect a Next-gen miner from bitmain?
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July 01, 2017, 10:32:31 PM
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It is nearly impossible to know if you are not Bitmain staff or other insider.
So no, we don't know more than you do.


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July 02, 2017, 01:53:23 AM
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If there is a "S10" this year, it won't be noticeably IF AT ALL more efficient than the S9.

 The days of "new miner generation every 6 months to a year" ended with the S9/T9/R4/Avalon 721/741/etc generation, as that is the FIRST generation of ASIC cryptocoin miner that is being made on SEMICONDUCTOR STATE OF THE ART process.

 There is a lot of question about when the "next" major process upgrade will become available, but right now based on my reading it looks like late 2018 for "initial dies" and 2019 for actual "available to small companies like Bitmain, Bitfury, Caanan, Innosilicon, etc" earliest possible availability of a "next gen" significantly more efficient process - and I won't be shocked if it takes another year past THAT.

 The 14/16nm generation took almost 2 years longer than "early estimates" to achieve production level usage, though part of that was TSMC getting hit by an earthquake JUST as they were starting to seriously ramp up production and losing a few months for repairs.



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July 02, 2017, 07:17:40 AM
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can't be this year intel is still at 14nm, and until intel go to 10nm, no other one will have more advanced nano processing then them, so this year is most likely to be there with the s9 which is still not bad

making an s10 with the same efficiency is also stupid, i can't see the point, maybe they can do a s9+, there was a rumors about that, liek they did for the l3, a small little version for casual miners
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July 02, 2017, 11:27:50 AM
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Hey guys, I was wondering if anyone here has heard anything about an upcoming release from Bitmain. I'm looking to start mining, but I want to use the latest hardware available and I don't want to be blindsided by a new release after investing in a mine. When should we expect a Next-gen miner from bitmain?


Not until  their s-7 cloud miner becomes a loser
The profit is at 52%  the cost is 48%

when the profit is 5-10%  and the cost is 90-95%

they will make a move with btc gear.

Their last big move was ltc gear.

The s-9 will still be the goto for all of 2017


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November 10, 2017, 07:54:07 PM
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Any updates on this in light of: https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/japanese-company-will-launch-new-bitcoin-mining-operation-7-nm-chips/
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November 10, 2017, 08:04:53 PM
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No because that Japanese company is full of shit and wont have a 7nm miner out any time soon.

Stop buying industrial miners, running them at home, and then complaining about the noise.
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