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April 28, 2018, 09:19:28 AM
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Step foot inside a Bitcoin mine, and the first thing you’ll probably notice is the temperature. Depending on what part of the facility you’re standing in, it’ll either be baking hot or freezing cold.

In our case, it was the latter. After descending down a very utilitarian plywood staircase and making our way through a series of locked doors, we emerged in a concrete-floored room where you could see your breath. This was partially because it was winter in Northern Washington state and therefore naturally cold, and partially because there was a giant cooling system blasting frigid air at us from across the room.

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April 29, 2018, 09:11:37 PM
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ASICs are part of the main component of Bitcoin mines and are responsible for the noticeable temperature as they do emit plenty of heat while working round the clock.
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April 29, 2018, 11:30:34 PM
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Step foot inside a Bitcoin mine, and the first thing you’ll probably notice is the temperature. Depending on what part of the facility you’re standing in, it’ll either be baking hot or freezing cold.

In our case, it was the latter. After descending down a very utilitarian plywood staircase and making our way through a series of locked doors, we emerged in a concrete-floored room where you could see your breath. This was partially because it was winter in Northern Washington state and therefore naturally cold, and partially because there was a giant cooling system blasting frigid air at us from across the room.

Read more https://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/inside-bitcoin-mine/
this is the most important part to note the most important part that needs to be considered from the mining .. because when the temperature heats up ,, it can damage the components we use ,,
ASICs are part of the main component of Bitcoin mines and are responsible for the noticeable temperature as they do emit plenty of heat while working round the clock.
what do you know about ASICs.? You speak like you've been very keen on mining
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