Analysts of the cryptocurrency market continue to note the decline in the cost of ASIC-mainers. Now they are sold with huge discounts, if we draw a parallel with the prices of 2021.
Antminer S19 XP Hyd (255Th) Specifications
Antminer S19 XP Hyd. (255Th) specifications, computing power consumption, power supply, usage environment and other related information are shown in the tables:
|Model||Antminer S19 XP Hyd (255Th)|
|Also known as||Antminer S19 XP Hydro (255Th)|
|Minable coins||ACOIN, CURE, XJO, UNB, DEM, PPC, BCH, BTC, TRC, BSV|
|Mining pools||SlushPool, NiceHash, Poolin, AntPool, ViaBTC|
|Size||410 x 170 x 209mm|
|Temperature||5 – 40 °C|
|Humidity||10 – 90 %|
So, for example, a miner with at least 38 J/Th is now available for up to $763. This is 3% less than at the beginning of November. This family includes models Antminer S19, S19j and S19 Pro from Bitmain, Whatsminer M30s, M30s+ and M30s++ series from MicroBTC.
The equipment is priced from $469 to $888 ($13.06 per 1 Th) with a capacity of 38 J/Th to 68 J/Th. These are Antminer S17 and T17 series from Bitmain and Whatsminer M20, M21 and M32 series from MicroBTC.
If you compare the current prices of BTC miners with their cost at the end of 2021, the equipment has fallen in price by 80% on average. The drop in prices began in January of this year and continues to this day.
At the same time, market researchers note large deals on the purchase and sale of already used miners.