Fulijuntuan Titan 2

Fulijuntuan Titan 2

Fulijuntuan mining is claiming that they are going to release a new miner called the Fulijuntuan Titan 2 supporting a hash rate of 130 TH/s. If you think that might be too good to be true, you might take a look at the image of the miner and release that it may not in fact be real.

Yep, that’s three miners glued together into the most ridiculous shape imaginable. We’re not sure how that would fit on a shelf or who would think that’s a real miner. If you need further convincing, take a look at their mission statement on their website:

“It’s okay to make a mess, experiments can lead to beautiful things. Our Best Work. We strive for perfection with every mining hardware we produce, team we build, or strive ultimate goals to bring fruition; but the reality is we only achieve it most of the time.”

Yeah, don’t expect these to make it to market. Even if it did, it may not be as efficient as Bitmain’s new 7nm miner.

If these ridiculous contraptions make it to market, at a whopping 3800W, the Fulijuntuan Titan 2 is an ideal choice for colocation. This unit performs optimally when using 208, 220 or 240V power sources which are often difficult or impossible to find at residential locations. The miner produces a lot of heat so it is best run in a location with a managed climate.

For a current profitability estimate be sure to check out our mining calculator.

About Fulijuntuan

Very little is known about Fulijuntuan. They claim to have released a previous miner, the Unicorn Titan 1. We’ve never seen any out

Fulijuntuan Titan 2Fulijuntuan Titan 2

  • Power Consumption: 3800W
  • Cost: $2500 USD
  • Hashrate: 130 TH/s
  • Efficiency: 29 W/TH
  • Probability of Delivery: Definitely Vaporware

If you do decide to purchase a  miner, we hope that you’ll consider the Miners’ Union for your colocation needs!

One Comment
  1. Vaporware? Meaning that you definitely don’t think it’s going to exist or be sold? I bought one mainly because of the video and seeing it connected to slush pool made me think it was real. I regretted it instantly. I have a friend that lives in Hong Kong and I’m sending them to check out their facility though. I talk to their tech support every day on the phone and online and they’ve invited me to come visit so we’ll see if that works out.

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