The Whatsminer D10 is scheduled to be released on December 10th 2018. These units offer 44 TH/s delivered by 2200W of power making them the most profitable decred miners on the market upon their release. Bitmain today announced plans to release their own decred miners – the Antminer DR3 – which will displace the current incumbent, the Innosilicon D9+, and then will ultimately be displaced by these if and when they are released. These are the decred miners to get for late 2018 and beyond.
At 2200W, the Whatsminer D10 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.
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About Pangolin Whatsminer
Pangolin Miner is a manufacturer of cryptocurrency mining ASICs located in Shenzhen, China. It was started by Yang Zuoxing, the former director of design part at Bitmain’s hardware engineering division.
The Pangolin Whatsminers lines of miners purportedly leverage 16nm ASICs, and will release two new miners – the M10 and a higher wattage M10S. The Whatsminer M10 yields 33 THS for 2145 Watts and its heavier sister, the M10S will theoretically yield 55 TH/s for 3500W. The first batch is set to ship on October 25th, 2018 and the second in November.
As of late 2018, Whatsminers has been encroaching on Bitmain’s turf by offering a portfolio of mining algorithm ASICs, between the release of their SHA-256 bitcoin miners and their forthcoming decred miners.
The Whatsminer D10
- Power Consumption: 2200W
- Cost: $4198
- Hashrate: 44 TH/s
- Efficiency: 50 W/TH
- Probability of Delivery: Likely Real
If you do decide to purchase an Whatsminer D10, we hope that you’ll consider the Miners’ Union for your colocation needs!