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The company Mining ASICs Technologies is a fairly new one started early this year, and they came in with some strong promises, so there were a lot of concerns about them initially. Ralph from Bitcoinupdate has just visited the company’s office and met with Marc Coumans, the CEO of the company. He has also published some photos of his visit and additional information that you might find interesting, just follow the link below for more information.
Lately they have been releasing a lot of updates on their Bitcoin mining hardware by showing a prototype of a Titanium 3THS SHA-256 ASIC miner. Just a few days ago the company has also announced they have finished the tape put of their Scrypt ASIC chips, meaning that they are ready for production. So the initially promised shipping of actual ASIC miners in Q3 may seem possible now. Or at least now the company seems more legit.
One of the first people to get their ZeusMiner Blizzard Scrypt ASICs has posted some photos and videos of the unboxing of his new miner on his blog, he shows the disassembly of the miner and the Zeus ASIC chips inside and then then the miner happily hashing at multipool as well. The blog itself is not published in English, but the post about the ZeusMiner Blizzard is in English.
If you are interested in the device you might want to check out these photos and videos following the link below. Meanwhile our test order of a ZeusMiner Blizzard still shows it is currently being processed and we do hope that it will be shipped in the next few days, so that we’ll be able to share our hands-on experience with the device and the new Zeus 55nm Scrypt ASIC chips.