Hive Blockchain

 Bitcoin mining company Hive Blockchain has announced that it is using its first machines based on Intel's Blockscale chip. The new chips have the ability to break the influential names of the mining machine market, Bitmain and MicroBT, as well as enabling mining companies to design computers that fit their own specifications. According to the information provided by the company's president and operating manager, Aydın Kılıç, Hive's 5,800 machines known as BuzzMiners, which were delivered in the last months of 2022, will operate at 638 petahash per second (PH/s) at 754 PH/s or 110 terahash/second (TH/s). s) to 130 TH/s of computing power. That strength lags behind some of Bitmain's latest models like the Antminer S19 XP or S19 Pro+ Hydro. Despite this, Hive has not released machine efficiency data, which is an important metric in an environment that puts miners in a very costly situation. Hive also announced that it has installed over 1,500 Intel-powered machines at its