The Best FPGA Mining Guide and Learning Platform

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    Here, you can find all the resources about FPGA Mining including mining rigs, bitstreams and software. For most miners, mining profitability is the most important thing we care about. We provide tools to calculate the revenue and ROI time. Hope this can help you to make the decision easier.

    Like a lot of my fellow miners out there, I came from a GPU mining world. As a GPU miner myself, I was both curious and concerned about the growing FPGA mining ecosystem. After weeks of research and testing, we compiled the first version of the FPGA.guide to share what we've learned so far.

    This is now the fourth revision of FPGA.guide. In the past year, we've grown a lot and had the pleasure of working with many great FPGA companies and developers like:

    • 🚍 Cafe3d @ TUL
    • πŸ”₯ whitefire990 @ Zetheron Technologies
    • 🏎️ Ruplikmastik666 @ Ruplik Technologies
    • ◼️ HashAltCoin
    • 🐿️ GPUHoarder @ SQRL Research
    • ⏭️ NextDesignSolutions

    We've learned a lot from the community, and continue to see this space grow in both impact and value.

    🍻 A toast to the exciting future! From The FPGA.guide Team ✌️

    Why should I care about FPGA Mining?

    In today's bull market, FPGAs generate up to $13 USD a day(per June 18th, 2019). Below are confirmed numbers for the BCU 1525 FPGA board and F1 Blackminer FPGA board.

    οΈοΈοΈοΈοΈοΈβš’οΈ Algorithm πŸ’» Hardware πŸƒ Speed πŸ”‹ Power
    Tribus NVIDIA 1080TI GPU 100 MH/s 190 W
    BCU 1525 FPGA 1.7 GH/s 150 W
    F1 Blackminer FPGA 2.8 GH/s 600 W
    Vblake NVIDIA 1080TI GPU 800 MH/s 280 W
    BCU 1525 FPGA 5.4 GH/s 260 W
    F1 Blackminer FPGA 11.5 GH/s 600 W
    0xToken NVIDIA 1080TI GPU 1.5 GH/s 200 W
    BCU 1525 FPGA 18 GH/s 350 W
    F1 Blackminer FPGA 21.6 GH/s 605 W

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