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DigiByte (DGB) Mining (#1115)

We should add in DigiByte (DGB) mining to SlushPool, most people on here already have ASIC's so it would be extremely easy to mine DGB for existing SlushPool miners.

— jasenator, 28 March 2018, 18:03

Comments & Updates

  • top
    — ashraftoto113839, 11 September 2018, 08:09
  • Since DGB is almost (3k vs 4k sat/TH/day I think) as profitable as BTC these days, it could make sense if it can be merge-mined with Bitcoin.
    — AcutakeUser, 23 August 2018, 20:08
  • {{seealso|Non-specialized hardware comparison}} Below are statistics about the Bitcoin [[Mining]] performance of [[ASIC]] hardware and '''only includes specialized equipment that has been shipped.''' GPUs, CPUs and other hardware not specifically designed for Bitcoin mining can be found in the [[Non-specialized_hardware_comparison]]. '''Notes:''' * Mhash/s = millions [[hash per second|hashes per second]] ([[Protocol_specification#Hashes|double sha256]] raw speed performance; may not be very energy efficient with some models) * Mhash/J = millions hashes per joule (energy efficiency; 1 joule of energy is 1 watt during 1 second: 1 J = 1 W*s) * W = watt (maximum power consumption, i.e. energy per unit of time: 1 W = 1 J/s) == ASIC == '''Be sure to research any of these vendors and machines intensely before spending any money.''' {| class="wikitable sortable" |+ Bitcoin [[Protocol_specification#Hashes|double SHA256]] ASIC mining hardware ! data-sort-type="text" | Product !! data-sort-type="number" | Advertised Mhash/s !! data-sort-type="number" | Mhash/J !! data-sort-type="number" | Mhash/s/$ !! data-sort-type="number" | Watts !! data-sort-type="currency" | Price (USD) !! data-sort-type="date" | Currently shipping !! class="unsortable" | Comm ports !! class="unsortable" | Dev-friendly |- ! [[AntMiner]] S1 | 180,000 || 500 || 800|| 360 || 299Power supply not included || {{No|Discontinued}} || Ethernet || {{No|GPL infringement}} |- ! [[AntMiner]] S2 | 1,000,000 || 900|| 442|| 1100|| 2259|| {{No|Discontinued}} || Ethernet || {{No|GPL infringement}} |- ! [[AntMiner]] S3 [https://bitmaintech.com/productDetail.htm?pid=00020140917060843699l3bEXYxL06C0 Ant Miner S3 product page] Retrieved 2014-08-06 | 441,000 || 1300|| 1154|| 340|| 382 || {{No|Discontinued}} || Ethernet || {{No|GPL infringement}} |- ! [[AntMiner]] S4 [https://www.bitmaintech.com/productDetail.htm?pid=00020140926075515819D846Og240603 Ant Miner S4 product page] Retrieved 2014-10-01 | 2,000,000 || 1429|| 1429 || 1400 || 1400 || {{No|Discontinued}} || Ethernet || {{No|GPL infringement}} |- ! [[AntMiner]] S5 [https://www.bitmaintech.com/productDetail.htm?pid=000201412231604153619o9X1obn0693 Ant Miner S5 product page] Retrieved 2015-02-04 | 1,155,000 || 1957 || 3121 || 590 || 370 || {{No|Discontinued}} || Ethernet || {{No|GPL infringement}} |- ! [[AntMiner]] S5+ [https://www.bitmaintech.com/productDetail.htm?pid=0002015081407532655504JMKzsM067B Ant Miner S5+ product page] Retrieved 2015-09-16 | 7,722,000 || {{#expr:1/0.445 * 1000 round 0}} || {{#expr:7722000 / 2307 round 0}} || 3,436 || 2,307 || {{No}} || Ethernet || {{No|GPL infringement}} |- ! [[AntMiner]] S7 [https://www.bitmaintech.com/productDetail.htm?pid=00020150827084021471OHYdwd9D06A0 Ant Miner S7 product page] Retrieved 2015-09-16 | 4,860,000 || {{#expr:1/0.25 * 1000 round 0}} || {{#expr:4860000 / 1823 round 0}} || 1,210 || 1,823|| {{No}} || Ethernet || {{No|GPL infringement}} |- ! [[AntMiner]] S9 [https://www.bitmaintech.com/productDetail.htm?pid=0002016052907243375530DcJIoK0654 Ant Miner S9 product page] Retrieved 2016-07-02 | 14,000,000 || 10182 || 5833 || 1,375 || 2,400 || {{Yes}} || Ethernet || {{No|GPL infringement}} |- ! [[AntMiner]] U1 | 1,600 || 800 || 55 || 2 || 29 || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{Yes|code, samples}} |- ! [[AntMiner]] U2+ | 2,000 || 1,000 || 115 || 2 || 17 || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{No|code}} |- ! [[AntMiner]] U3 [https://www.bitmaintech.com/productDetail.htm?pid=00020150109104550452NTD3NdYY0669 Antminer U3 product page] Retrieved 2015-02-06 | 63,000 || 1,000 || 1658 || 63 || 38 || {{Yes}} || USB || {{No|code}} |- ! [[ASICMiner]] BE Blade | 10,752 || 129 || 28 || 83 || 350 || {{No|Discontinued}} || Ethernet || {{Patch|samples}} |- ! [[ASICMiner]] BE Cube | 30,000 || 150 || 55 || 200 || 550 || {{No|Discontinued}} || Ethernet || {{Patch|samples}} |- ! [[ASICMiner]] BE Sapphire | 336 || 130 || 17 || 2.55 || 20Actual price is in bitcoins. USD value estimated. || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{Yes|samples}} |- ! [[ASICMiner]] BE Tube [https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=735728.0 ASICMiner Tube Sales Thread] | 800,000 || 888 || 2500 || 900 || 320 || {{No|Discontinued}} || Proprietary || {{Patch|samples}} |- ! [[ASICMiner]] BE Prisma [https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=791827.0 ASICMiner Prisma Sales Thread] | 1,400,000 || 1333 || 2333 || 1100 || 600 || {{No|Discontinued}} || Proprietary || {{No}} |- ! [[Avalon]] Batch 1 | 66,300 || 107 || 52.34 || 620 || 1299 || {{No|Discontinued}} || Ethernet, Wifi || {{No|code}} |- ! [[Avalon]] Batch 2 | 82,000 || 117 || 54.70 || 700 || 1499 || {{No|Discontinued}} || Ethernet, Wifi || {{No|code}} |- ! [[Avalon]] Batch 3 | 82,000 || 117 || 54.70 || 700 || 1499 || {{No|Discontinued}} || Ethernet, Wifi || {{No|code}} |- ! [[Avalon2]] | 300,000 || {{Patch|}} || {{Patch|}} || {{Patch|}} || 3075 || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB or Ethernet || {{Yes|code, docs, samples}} |- ! [[Avalon3]] | 800,000 || {{Patch|}} || {{Patch|}} || {{Patch|}} || {{Patch|}} || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB or Ethernet || {{Yes|code, docs, samples}} |- ! [[Avalon6]] | 3,500,000 || {{Patch|}} || {{Patch|}} || 1080 || {{Patch|}} || {{No|Discontinued}} || Ethernet || {{Patch|?}} |- ! [[Avalon721]] | 6,000,000 || 6000 || {{Patch|}} || 1000 || {{Patch|}} || {{No}} || Ethernet || {{Patch|?}} |- ! Avalon741 | 7,300,000 || 6350 || 5035 || 1150 || 1450 || {{Yes}} || Ethernet || {{Patch|?}} |- ! Avalon761 | 8,800,000 || 6670 || 4730 || 1320 || 1860 || {{Yes}} || Ethernet || {{Patch|?}} |- ! Avalon821 | 11,000,000 || 9170 || 3800 || 1200 || 2900 || {{Yes|Bulk only}} || Ethernet || {{Patch|?}} |- ! bi*fury | 5,000 || 1,176 || 24 || 4.25 || 209 || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{Yes|docs, samples}} |- ! BFL SC 5Gh/s | 5,000 || 166 || 18.24 || 30 || 274 || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{Yes|docs, samples}} |- ! BFL SC 10 Gh/s | 10,000 || {{Patch|}} || 200 || {{Patch|}} || 50 || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{Yes|docs, samples}} |- ! BFL SC 25 Gh/s | 25,000 || 166 || 20.00 || 150 || 1249 || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{Yes|docs, samples}} |- ! BFL Little Single | 30,000 || {{Patch|}} || 46.22 || {{Patch|}} || 649 || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{Yes|docs, samples}} |- ! BFL SC 50 Gh/s | 50,000 || 166 || 50 || 300|| 984 || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{Yes|docs, samples}} |- ! BFL Single 'SC' | 60,000 || 250 || 46.18 || 240 || 1299 || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{Yes|docs, samples}} |- ! BFL 230 GH/s Rack Mount[https://products.butterflylabs.com/homepage-new-products/250-gh-s-rack-mount-bitcoin-miner.html "250 GH/s Rack Mount Bitcoin Miner"]. Butterfly Labs. Retrieved September 2, 2014. | 230,000 || {{Patch|}} || 500|| {{Patch|}} || 399 (used) || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{Patch|docs}} |- ! BFL 500 GH/s Mini Rig SC | 500,000 || 185 || {{Patch|}} || 2700 || 22484 || {{No|Discontinued}} || Wifi || {{Yes|docs, samples}} |- ! BFL Monarch 700GH/s[https://products.butterflylabs.com/homepage-new-products/700-gh-bitcoin-mining-card.html "700GH/s Bitcoin Mining Card"]. Butterfly Labs. Retrieved September 25, 2014. | 700,000 || 1428 || 508 || 490 || 1379 || {{No|Discontinued}} || PCIe, USB || {{Yes|docs, samples}} |- ! BitFury S.B. | {{Patch|}} || {{Patch|}} || {{Patch|}} || {{Patch|}} || {{Patch|}} || {{No|Discontinued}} || RPi GPIO || {{No}} |- ! Bitmine.ch Avalon Clone 85GH | 85,000 || {{Patch|}} || 13 || 650 || 6489Depends on user configuration available from http://www.bitmine.ch || {{No|Discontinued}} || Ethernet, Wifi, USB || {{No|code}} |- ! Black Arrow Prospero X-1 | 100,000 || 1000 || 270 || 100 || 370 || {{No|Discontinued}} || Ethernet || {{Patch|docs, samples}} |- ! Black Arrow Prospero X-3 | 2,000,000 || 1000 || 333 || 2000 || 6000 || {{No|Discontinued}} || Ethernet || {{Patch|?}} |- ! Blue Fury | 2,500 || 1000 || 17.8 || 2.5 || 140 || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{Yes|code, samples}} |- ! BTC Garden AM-V1 310 GH/s[https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=622439.0 "BTCGarden Sales Thread"] | 310,000 || 954 || 1003 || 324 || 309 || {{No|Discontinued}} || RPi GPIO || {{No}} |- ! BTC Garden AM-V1 616 GH/s | 616,000 || 951 || 1760 || 648 || 350 || {{No|Discontinued}} || RPi GPIO || {{No}} |- ! [[CoinTerra]] TerraMiner IV | 1,600,000 || {{Patch|}} || 1066.67 || 2100 || 1500 || {{No|Discontinued}} || Ethernet || {{Yes|docs, code, samples}} |- ! Drillbit | {{Patch|}} || {{Patch|}} || {{Patch|}} || {{Patch|}} || {{Patch|}} || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{Yes|code, samples}} |- ! [[Ebit]] E9 [http://miner.ebang.com.cn/ Company home page] Retrieved 2018-01-22 | 6,300,000 || 7140 || 4468 || 882 || 1410 || {{No}} || Ethernet || {{No}} |- ! [[Ebit]] E9+ [http://miner.ebang.com.cn/goods-5.htm Product page] Retrieved 2018-01-22 | 9,000,000 || 6900 || 6428 || 1300 || 1400 || {{Yes}} || Ethernet || {{No}} |- ! [[Ebit]] E9++ [http://news.8btc.com/ebang-releasee10-miner-with-samsung-10nm-chips Anouncement] Retrieved 2018-01-22 | 14,000,000 || 10500 || 3600 || 1330 || 3880 || {{Yes}} || Ethernet || {{No}} |- ! [[Ebit]] E10 [http://miner.ebang.com.cn/goods-2.htm Product page] Retrieved 2018-01-22 | 18,000,000 || 11100 || 3440 || 1620 || 5230 || {{Yes}} || Ethernet || {{No}} |- ! HashBuster Micro | 20,000 || 869 || 29 || 23 || 688 || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{Yes|docs, samples}} |- ! HashBuster Nano | {{Patch|}} || {{Patch|}} || {{Patch|}} || {{Patch|}} || {{Patch|}} || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{Yes|docs, samples}} |- ! [[HashCoins]] Apollo v3 | 1100,000[https://www.hashcoins.com/buy-asic-miners/buy-apollo/ "HashCoins Apollo v3"]. HashCoins. || xxxx || {{Patch|}} || 1000 || 599 || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{No}} |- ! [[HashCoins]] Zeus v3 | 4,500,000[https://www.hashcoins.com/buy-asic-miners/buy-zeus/ "HashCoins Zeus v3"]. HashCoins. || xxxx || {{Patch|}} || 3000 || 2299 || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{No}} |- ! HashFast Baby Jet | 400,000 || 909 || 71 || 440 || 5600 || {{No|Discontinued}} || Ethernet, USB || {{Patch|docs}} |- ! HashFast Sierra | 1,200,000 || 909 || 169 || 1320 || 7080 || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{Yes|docs, samples}} |- ! HashFast Sierra Evo 3 | 2,000,000 || 909 || 294 || 2200 || 6800 || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{Patch|docs}} |- ! Klondike | 5,200 || 160 || 260 || 32 || 20 || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{Patch|samples}} |- ! [[KnCMiner]] Mercury | 100,000 || {{Patch|}} || 50.04 || 250 || 1995 || {{No|Discontinued}} || Ethernet || {{Yes|code, samples}} |- ! KnC Saturn | 250,000 || 400|| 66 || 300 || 2995 || {{No|Discontinued}} || Ethernet || {{Yes|code, samples}} |- ! KnC Jupiter | 500,000 || 400|| 80 || 600 || 4995 || {{No|Discontinued}} || Ethernet || {{Yes|code, samples}} |- ! KnC Neptune [https://www.kncminer.com/categories/miners "KnC Neptunes 3TH first ever 20nm Chip"] KNC Miner | 3,000,000 || 1429 || 231 || 2100 || 12995 [https://www.kncminer.com/products/neptune "Neptune Online Store"] KnC Miner|| {{No|Discontinued}} || Ethernet || {{Yes|code, samples}} |- ! LittleFury | {{Patch|}} || {{Patch|}} || {{Patch|}} || {{Patch|}} || {{Patch|}} || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{Yes|docs, samples}} |- ! Metabank | 120,000 || 705 || 56 || 170 || 2160Actual costs higher outside Russia || {{No}} || {{Patch|}} || {{Yes|code, samples}} |- ! NanoFury / IceFury | 2,000 || 800 || {{Patch|}} || 2.5 || {{Patch|}} || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{Yes|code, docs, samples}} |- ! NanoFury NF2 | 3,700 || 740 || 74 || 5 || 50 || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{Yes|code, docs, samples}} |- ! Red/BlueFury | 2,600 || 1040 || 4 || 2.5 || 640 || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{Yes|code, samples}} |- ! ROCKMINER R3-BOX[http://shop.rockminer.com/ "Rockminer Store"] | 450,000 || 1000 || 2250 || 450 || 200 || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{Yes|code, samples}} |- ! ROCKMINER R4-BOX | 470,000 || 1000 || 2238 || 470 || 210 || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{Yes|code, samples}} |- ! ROCKMINER Rocket BOX | 450,000 || 937|| 750 || 480 || 599 || {{No|Discontinued}} || RPi GPIO || {{Patch|}} |- ! ROCKMINER R-BOX | 32,000 || 711 || 500 || 45 || 65 || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{Yes|code, samples}} |- ! ROCKMINER R-BOX 110G | 110,000 || 917 || 1250 || 120 || 88 || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{Yes|code, samples}} |- ! ROCKMINER T1 800G | 800,000 || 800 || 2462 || 1000 || 325 || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{Yes|code, samples}} |- ! Spondooliestech SP10 Dawson[http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/products/sp10-dawson-mid-june-batch "SP10 Dawson June Batch"]. | 1,400,000 || 1120 || 492 || 1250 || 2845 || {{No|Discontinued}} || Ethernet || {{Yes|code, samples}} |- ! Spondooliestech SP20 Jackson[http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/products/holiday-special-sp20-jackson-shipping-from-stock "SP20 Jackson"] Retrieved 2015-02-06 | 1,700,000 || 1545 || 1299 || 1100 || 1309 || {{No|Discontinued}} || Ethernet || {{Yes|code, samples}} |- ! Spondooliestech SP30 Yukon[http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/products/sp30-yukon-september-batch-1 "SP30 Yukon September Batch 1"]. | 4,500,000 || 1500 || 1068 || 3000 || 4121 || {{No|Discontinued}} || Ethernet || {{Yes|code, samples}} |- ! Spondooliestech SP31 Yukon[http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/products/sp31-yukon-shipping-from-stock "SP31 Yukon"] Retrieved 2015-02-06 | 4,900,000 || 1633 || 2361 || 3000 || 2075 || {{No|Discontinued}} || Ethernet || {{Patch|code}} |- ! Spondooliestech SP35 Yukon[http://www.spondoolies-tech.com/products/sp35-yukon-power-shipping-from-stock "SP35 Yukon"] Retrieved 2015-02-06 | 5,500,000 || 1506 || 2460 || 3650 || 2235 || {{No|Discontinued}} || Ethernet || {{Patch|code}} |- ! TerraHash Klondike 16 [https://terrahash.com/product/4-5-ghsec-module/ "4.5 GH/sec Modular Board (Klondike 16)"]. | 4,500 || 140 || 18 || 32|| 250 || {{No}} || USB || {{Patch|samples}} |- ! TerraHash Klondike 64 [https://terrahash.com/product/18-ghsec-modular-board/ "18 GH/sec Modular board (Klondike 64)"]. | 18,000 || 140 || 20 || 127 || 900 || {{No}} || USB || {{Patch|samples}} |- ! TerraHash DX Mini (full) | 90,000 || 140 || 15 || 640 || 6000 || {{No}} || USB || {{Patch|}} |- ! TerraHash DX Large (full) | 180,000 || 140 || 17.14 || 1,280 || 10500 || {{No}} || USB || {{Patch|}} |- ! Twinfury | 4,500 || 1174 || 20 || 3.83 || 216 || {{No|Discontinued}} || USB || {{Yes|code, samples}} |- ! WhatsMiner M1 | {{Patch|}} || {{Patch|}} || {{Patch|}} || {{Patch|}} || {{Patch|}} || {{No|Discontinued}} || Ethernet || {{Patch|}} |- ! WhatsMiner M2 | 9,200,000 || {{Patch|}} || {{Patch|}} || 2046 || {{Patch|}} || {{No|Discontinued}} || Ethernet || {{Patch|}} |- ! WhatsMiner M3 | 11,500,000 || {{Patch|}} || {{Patch|}} || 1785 || {{Patch|}} || {{Yes}} || Ethernet || {{Patch|}} |- |} [https://www.bitmaintech.com/productDetail.htm?pid=00020140107162747992Ce5uBuxW06D6 Ant Miner S1 product page] Retrieved 2014-03-11 [https://www.bitmaintech.com/productDetail.htm?pid=00020140429083756017VwGm90Xx06B5 Ant Miner S2 product page] Retrieved 2014-05-24 [https://www.bitmaintech.com/productDetail.htm?pid=000201401071629535717ycyGoWo06FE Ant Miner U1 Product page] Retrieved 2014-03-11 [https://www.bitmaintech.com/productDetail.htm?pid=00020140227111546291QgbvQbVr06FB Ant Miner U2+ Product page] Retrieved 2014-03-11 http://garzikrants.blogspot.com/2013/02/avalon-miner-power-usage.html [http://avalon-asics.com/ "Avalon ASIC"]. Avalon. Retrieved January 30, 2013. == FPGA == {| class="wikitable sortable" style="text-align:center" |- ! Product !! Hash rate[Mhash/s] !! Efficiency[Mhash/J] !! Efficiency[Mhash/s/$] !! Power[W] !! Price[$] |- ! Avnet Spartan-6 LX150T Development Kit | 100Fpgaminer (May 19, 2011). [https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=9047.0 "Official Open Source FPGA Bitcoin Miner"]. Bitcointalk.org. Retrieved February 7, 2013. || || 0.10 || || 995[http://avnetexpress.avnet.com/store/em/EMController?action=products&catalogId;=500201&storeId;=500201&N;=0&langId;=-1&slnk;=b&term;=AES-S6DEV-LX150T-G&hrf;=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.em.avnet.com%2Fen-us%2Fdesign%2Fdrc%2FPages%2FXilinx-Spartan-6-FPGA-LX150T-Development-Kit.aspx&intcmp;=EMA-BUY-AES-S6DEV-LX150T-G "AES-S6DEV-LX150T-G Parts"]. Avnet Express. Retrieved February 7, 2013. |- ! Bitcoin Dominator X5000 | 100 || 14.7 || 0.22 || 6.8 || 440NewMeat1 (August 18, 2011). [https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=37904.0 "Custom FPGA Board for Sale!"]. Bitcointalk.org. Retrieved January 30, 2013. |- ! BitForce SHA256 Single | 832[http://www.butterflylabs.com/product-details/ "BitForce SHA256 Single – Technical Specifications"]. Butterfly Labs. Retrieved January 30, 2013. || 10.4 || 1.38 || 80 || 599 |- ! Butterflylabs Mini Rig | 25,200[http://web.archive.org/web/20120514032732/http://www.butterflylabs.com/products "Products"]. Butterfly Labs. Archived from the original on May 14, 2012. Retrieved February 7, 2013. || 20.16 || 1.64 || 1,250 || 15,295[http://www.butterflylabs.com/order-form-bitforce-sha256-mini-rig/ "Order Form – BitForce SHA256 – Mini Rig"]. Butterfly Labs. Retrieved January 30, 2013. |- ! Digilent Nexys 2 500K | 5The Seven (June 3, 2011). [https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=9047.msg164438#msg164438 "Re: Official Open Source FPGA Bitcoin Miner (Smaller Devices Now Supported!)"]. Bitcointalk.org. Retrieved February 7, 2013. || || 0.03 || || 149[http://www.digilentinc.com/Products/Detail.cfm?Prod=NEXYS2 "Nexys™2 Spartan-3E FPGA Board"]. Digilent. Retrieved January 30, 2013. |- ! Icarus | 380Nzghang (November 9, 2011). [https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=51371.0 "FPGA development board 'Icarus' – DisContinued/ important announcement"]. Bitcointalk.org. Retrieved January 30, 2013. || 19.79 || 0.66 || 19.2 || 569 |- ! KnCMiner Mars | 6,000 || ??? || 2.15 || ??? || 2,795 |- ! LancelotNzghang (May 6, 2012). [https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=79835.0 "FPGA development board "Lancelot" - accept bitsteam developer's orders."]. Bitcointalk.org. Retrieved January 30, 2013. | 400Black Arrow (Jun 11, 2013). [https://www.cardreaderfactory.com/shop/lancelot.html "Lancelot - Heavy Duty Dual Spartan6 Bitcoin Mining Device"]. cardreaderfactory.com. Retrieved Jun 11, 2013. || || || 26 || 350Black Arrow (Jun 11, 2013). [https://www.cardreaderfactory.com/shop/lancelot.html "Lancelot - Heavy Duty Dual Spartan6 Bitcoin Mining Device"]. cardreaderfactory.com. Retrieved Jun 11, 2013. |- ! ModMiner Quad | 800[http://www.btcfpga.com/index.php?route=product/product&product;_id=50 "ModMiner Quad"]. BTCFPGA. Retrieved January 30, 2013. || 20 || 0.75 || 40 || 1,069 |- ! Terasic DE2-115 | 80Fpgaminer (May 4, 2011). [https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5379.msg105544#msg105544 "Re: FPGA mining"]. Bitcointalk.org. Retrieved February 7, 2013. || || 0.13 || || 595[http://www.terasic.com.tw/cgi-bin/page/archive.pl?No=502 "Altera DE2-115 Development and Education Board"]. Terasic. Retrieved January 30, 2013. |- ! X6500 FPGA Miner | 400 || 23.25 || 0.72 || 17.2[http://fpgamining.com/documentation/hardware/power-measurements.html "FPGA Mining Power Measurements"]. FPGA Mining Power Measurements. || 550[http://store.fpgamining.com/ "FPGA Mining Store"]. FPGA Mining. Retrieved January 30, 2013. |- ! ZTEX USB-FPGA Module 1.15b | 90 || || 0.27 || || 325http://shop.ztex.de/product_info.php?cPath=21&products;_id=62 |- ! ZTEX USB-FPGA Module 1.15x | 215 || || 0.52 || || 406http://shop.ztex.de/product_info.php?cPath=21&products;_id=66 |- ! ZTEX USB-FPGA Module 1.15y | 860http://www.ztex.de/btcminer/ || || 0.65 || || 1,304http://shop.ztex.de/product_info.php?cPath=21&products;_id=74 |} * [https://www.weusecoins.com/en/mining-guide/ Getting Started With Bitcoin Mining] * [https://www.bitcoinmining.com/ Bitcoin Mining] * [https://www.bitcoinmining.com/bitcoin-mining-hardware/ Bitcoin mining hardware] * [https://www.hobbymining.com/mining-hardware/ Guide on Bitcoin mining hardware] * [https://99bitcoins.com/best-bitcoin-miners-2016-hardware-reviews/ Bitcoin mining hardware comparison for 2016]
    — Igorek777, 21 August 2018, 09:08
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    — Merullhar, 07 August 2018, 15:08
  • Thats true
    — Merullhar, 07 August 2018, 15:08
  • I hope the coding is secure
    — Karlscryto101, 03 August 2018, 22:08
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    — Kramed, 07 July 2018, 02:07
  • Yes I agree
    — cbsorila31, 05 July 2018, 02:07
  • DGB great idea, everybody here already has SHA256 miners. Zcash is bust
    — jonbo88, 20 June 2018, 02:06
  • Please
    — jimbayleaf, 19 June 2018, 16:06
  • please add my DigiByte to slushpool
    — JOSEPHAMEACHI, 19 June 2018, 07:06
  • add digibyte to slushpool
    — JOSEPHAMEACHI, 19 June 2018, 07:06
  • Please add a DGB mining pool ASAP! There's a massive gap in the market for a reliable DGB SHA256 pool and the timing couldn't be any better to do so. @Slushpool you certainly dominate this space if implemented soon! Where are we at with this proposal? :)
    — hihash, 17 June 2018, 04:06
  • It is easy to earn more
    — Kwodwo_1, 01 June 2018, 07:06
  • cant wait to see what cines out
    — casper1143, 05 May 2018, 20:05
  • looking forword too this DGB..
    — mlokman1, 04 May 2018, 06:05
  • Yesss! This is a great blockchain with longterm potential. DGB is multialgo (5 algos) they mentioned about doing algoswap in summer but they will keep SHA256 & Scrypt. Only 10Billion DGB have been mined and the block rewards (currently 750 DGB x block) reduce by 1% every month until 2035 I believe. Great blockchain, awesome dev team and huuuge community. Great opportunity for slushpool to attract new miners
    — cryptodmp, 12 April 2018, 16:04
  • Really looking forward to seeing this coin be added on Slush. Will be a very smart move for the community and development of Digibyte.
    — icezer0z, 09 April 2018, 13:04
  • Hopefully this proposal includes all POW algorithms that DGB employs, currently I'm running LTC/DGB on scrypt asics. I'd love to see LTC and DGB supported here at slushpool!
    — Tibullus, 04 April 2018, 03:04
  • completely agree. this is a very viable coin that a lot of people are mining; especially more since December '17.
    — switchesanddials, 29 March 2018, 16:03
  • I have diverted to theblocksfactory due to digibyte. BTC is becoming less profitable due to rise of difficulty. Digibyte will soon be in massive profit. No offience to BTC i love it but its time to move forward and update for better profitability.
    — mohsin111, 29 March 2018, 09:03
  • Definitely yes.
    — bkhuraijam, 29 March 2018, 03:03
  • I took my 300 TH to another site because you don't offer Digibyte for mining. I will be back when you offer a DGB pool. I enjoyed your pool otherwise
    — Cryptokings2017, 29 March 2018, 03:03
  • Diversifying Slush Pool with Digibyte mining is a great idea, and one that would pay massive dividends for miners and crypto enthusiasts alike. DGB is a 4 year old UTXO POW blockchain that is literally thousands of times faster than Bitcoin in terms of TPS. It also offers multi-algorithm security - including SHA-256 for Slush Pool ASICs - and a host of other features that make it stand out from the pack. Add in a great community with a strong focus on grassroots, and I think DGB is one of the best underdogs in the cryptospace right now. I would love to see this great coin on this great site. Thanks!
    — rrsj1987, 29 March 2018, 00:03
  • Proposal merged with #1114
    28 March 2018, 18:03
  • Proposal state changed: Draft Approved
    Since we have considered it as a good proposal, we release it for public voting. If you wish to gain more support for it, we recommend to promote it on mining forums with its direct URL.
    28 March 2018, 18:03

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