Halong Mining Releasing DragonMint X1/X2 Cryptonight ASIC Miners

17 Mar

We are not surprised by the announcement from Halong Mining about their new DragonMint X1 and DragonMint X2 Cryptonight ASIC miners as the company had already mentioned on twitter a few days ago that they will be releasing such miners. The Halong Mining DragonMint X1 miner should be capable of 124 KH/s hashrate with 245W power usage, costs $1714 USD with a power supply and should start shipping in April 25-30. The more Halong Mining DragonMint X2 miner, as the name suggests, should be offering double the performance or with other words 248 KH/s at 490W of power usage at a slightly better price than ordering two X1 miners – $3115 USD with a power supply and shipping should also start by the edn of next month (April).

This offer is more like a real competition to Bitmain’s X3 Cryptonight ASIC miners performance wise and at a much better price and shipping earlier. What is there not to like in some real competition on the Cryptonight ASIC miners, but then again these devices might also end up as expensive door holders as well by the time they start shipping. With Monero (XMR) and other Cryptonight-based crypto currencies announcing plans to fork to a new version of the algorithm that should make them ASIC proof again things are not looking very favorable for ASIC miners. So again a word of warning if you are interested in the recent wave of Cryptonight ASIC miners, be extra careful when making your plans should you decide to order any of the miners already available or coming soon to the market.

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5 Responses to Halong Mining Releasing DragonMint X1/X2 Cryptonight ASIC Miners

John Doe

March 18th, 2018 at 16:58

Halong Mining feels so scammy.


They have a basic wordpress site.

Million dollar company with ASIC technology and connection to software developers. I really want them to be legit to bring different players into bitmain monopoly.


March 20th, 2018 at 21:45

This does not say anything, to me at least. You may see some fancy shmancy websites that may cost thousands of dollars, but to nothing behind them…
i have known people in NYC owning a mercedes s600 only to show offs, because no money for gas…
Dont get me wrong, i am not for any scam, but having a basic website does not tell me that company/product is scam.
P.S. By the way, we have local folks who ALREADY HAVE HALONG MINERS on hands.


April 6th, 2018 at 01:03

DragonMint is definitely NOT a scam. I know a scam website when I see one and Halong has already sold products, theres no way they could be fake.

Kenneth Goh

April 18th, 2018 at 07:10

This morning, I have received an email from Halongmining (Richard Hogan), that X1, X2 production is significantly delayed or halted. Did anyone else receive this?


April 23rd, 2018 at 19:12

I received it too, got my deposit back in full.

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