aims to be the most powerful miner in the world based on 20nm ASIC chip. |+|
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|−|Units are available for pre-order in 5 Th/s, 8.5 Th/s, and 15 Th/s units. |+|
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|−|== Potential scam? == | |
|−|Interested observers have noticed that the company' s address does not seem to exist, and that there is no such company registered with the State of New York. | |
Latest revision as of 15:49, 12 December 2014
"Minerscube" claimed to be producing 20nm mining hardware.
However, interested observers have noticed that the company's address does not seem to exist, and that there is no such company registered with the State of New York.
In addition, its information on this wiki came from someone who repeatedly tries to censor these above observations, as well as ignoring attempts of dispute resolution, which resulted in their being banned.
Rather than attempt to discuss the reasons for the ban and have it removed, they then proceeded to evade the ban using a new account, and edit Minerscube pages/claims again without making any argument for their legitimacy.
Therefore, it is likely that Minerscube is a scam. Beware.