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November 04, 2017, 10:44:59 AM
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Got this mail from Obelisk!

DCR1 Miner + Presale Updates


We are very excited to announce the presale launch of a second Obelisk miner: DCR1 for mining Decred. You can read more about it on our blog. We were able to reuse much of the SC1 chip design, since Decred's Blake256 mining algorithm is very similar to Sia's Blake2b.

The DCR1 can only mine Decred, and the SC1 can only mine Siacoin. This new product launch will not affect the timeline, and we are still on track to ship both models by June 2018!

If you've already purchased an Obelisk SC1, you can use your order number as a coupon for the DCR1 presale. More details about coupons can be found on our FAQs page.



 

Additionally, we are excited to announce that the SC1 will ship with a minimum hashrate of 300 GH/s, which is 3x what we originally promised!

The presale for both the DCR1 and SC1 will end on November 24. Please let us know if you have any questions or feedback.
 
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Just saw that there is already a thread for this...sorry!!!
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