The First Lyra2REv2 ASIC Miner is Available – DAYUN Zig Z1

15 Sep
2018

We can’t confirm for sure yet, but we are seeing a lot of reports coming from Asia about what seems to be the first Lyra2REv2 ASIC miner called DAYUN Zig Z1 getting released. A 28nm-based ASIC miner that is capable of producing 6.8 GHS Lyra2REv2 hashrate with about 1200 Watts of power usage (176.5 W/GH efficiency) is apparently already available for sale with a price range of about $8000-9000 USD. This would mean that profitability for GPU mining coins like Monacoin (MONA), Vertcoin (VTC), Verge (XVG) and others using the Lyra2REv2 algorithm will start dropping further making them unprofitable to be mined with GPUs really soon. It is interesting to note that none of these popular Lyra2REv2 coins is showing significant change up in their network hashrate lately, meaning that either these devices are just getting out of production now and on sale, or they are being produced just now…



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5 Responses to The First Lyra2REv2 ASIC Miner is Available – DAYUN Zig Z1

yourSister

September 15th, 2018 at 17:35

thx for sharing!

looks to be yummy yummy ~8xx$ per day :D

for the first 10 days ;)

if its not a scam, I would like to buy. but havent 8300$ *mhh^^

MaxDZ8

September 15th, 2018 at 19:50

Whoops bad news for my FPGA kernel I guess.

Bensam123

September 16th, 2018 at 04:30

Coin devs need to be more proactive with protecting their coins if they give two craps about GPU miners. If you want your coin to be mined by ASICs of FPGAs, just go sha-256 and don’t even bother trying with other algos. First wiff of ASICs should be a fork and rotating algos on a regular basis. There are enough miner devs for GPUs that they can keep up with it.

zeaz

September 16th, 2018 at 12:57

“It is interesting to note that none of these popular Lyra2REv2 coins is showing significant change up in their network hashrate lately, meaning that either these devices are just getting out of production now and on sale, or they are being produced just now…”

Or they’ve been running covertly for a while – just as like with monero asics.

Whitesites

September 16th, 2018 at 20:29

its tempting, $85/day is dam good. With GPUs spending the same money you could only get $20 / day. Only risk is an ALGO Fork to throw the ASICs off. Still nice to see something with a break even point of 100 days.

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