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It seems that the first FPGA miner (not an ASIC) for mining KASPA (KAS) and its kHeavyHash algorithm might be out now – the Osprey Electronics E300. The device is apparently capable of 14 GH/s hashrate on the kHeavyHash algorithm with power usage of 250-500 Watts depending on settings with future support for ERG and RXD claimed. According to the manufacturer of these devices the E300 is based on Xilinx UltraScale+ VU35P FPGA technology and each miner comes with 3 Hash Boards + 1 Control Board, with each hash board having one Xilinx VU35P (872K LUT, 224Mb on-chip RAM, 8GB HBM2, 420 GB/s Bandwidth) and the control board is based on Xilinx Zynq 7010. The price of the miner on the official website is $4999 USD and it is currently listed as out of stock.

Do note that we have not seen or tried the E300 KASPA FPGA miner ourselves, so we cannot confirm its actual existence and there is very little information about it online. The photos on the Osprey Electronics website of the device do seem to be from an actual AntMiner S9 with the company’s logo on it. There are some screenshots from the miner’s interface that show it mining KAS on from early November as well as an official video showing the miner interface. The same company apparently also makes a Helium (HNT) hotspot miner as well called Osprey hotspot G1 that has slightly more online presence. The official Discord channel does have some more information and things going on around the development of the device, so you might want to check it out if interested and want to ask some more questions. The great thing about FPGAs is that they can be reprogrammed to mine other algorithms or dor other things, unlike ASIC miners that are designed specifically for one task.

Visit the official Osprey Electronics E300 product page…

Lately we are seeing lots of new mineable Layer 1 crypto projects that are interesting and promising, as well as some that are not as usual, but after Ethereum’s switch to PoS crypto miners with GPUs are eagerly looking for interesting new and profitable projects to point their hashrate at. NEXA is yet another one of those promising new crypto projects that can be mined with GPUs that we want to point your attention to, it has been launched a couple of months ago, but until recently was largely running under the radar. NEXA could initially be mined only with CPU, but GPU mining was just recently launched and that is what spiked the growing interest in the project significantly. NEXA uses a custom mining algorithm that is also GPU-intensive, meaning that more powerful video cards will have higher hashrate and memory can be downlocked for lower power consumption. It is interesting to note that the project has a very high total coin emission of 21 Trillion, yes, that is a LOT of zeroes with a block time of 2 minutes and 10 Million NEXA coins block reward… apart from that concern definetly worth checking it out and mining some coins.

Up until yesterday NEXA had to be mined on the official Pool137 with the official nxminer (available only for Linux), but now there is also the WildRig Multi 0.35.0 beta miner with support for the nexapow algorithm available (with a 5% dev fee though) for both Windows and Linux GPU miners (Nvidia GPUs for now only, AMD support coming soon). You can also mine NEXA on the Rplant pool, however have in mind that the pool currently has a requirement set for 5000 block confirmations for mined blocks and that means you can wait up to a week to have your mined coins available. Trading of NEXA coins is also already possible on an exchange with currently only Exbitron supporting the coin and with multiple trading pairs for NEXA available – NEXA/EXTO, NEXA/BCH and NEXA/USDT. At the moment the mining profitability is insane with the current price of NEXA, however the catch is that the coins you mine now will be released from the pool for trading in about 5 days!

Update: New WildRig Multi 0.35.1 beta 2 miner is now available with AMD GPU mining support and up to 20% improved hashrate for Nvidia GPUs, so if you are mining NEXA or plan to do so you should get the updated miner.

Update 2: WildRig Multi 0.35.3 beta miner is out now with improved NEXAPOW up to 40% depending on GPU!

Visit the official NEXA website for more details about the project…

According to the GPU profitability ranking on the What to Mine website the Radiant (RXD) crypto is currently the most profitable coin to mine on most GPUs thanks to the recent spike in popularity and price. It is the top coin in profitability for almost all Nvidia GPUs and some AMD ones with Kaspa (KAS) also finding its spot in number two and three in terms of profitability on some and Alephium (ALPH) as well as some other coins jumping in from GPU to GPU. Do note however that depending on your custom settings you might be able to achieve even better profitability thanks to increased performance or decreased power usage or both. We have some guides you can check out for optimizing performance and power usage for both RXD and KAS that might be of help here, regardless if you are mining and holding or selling the mined coins immediately.

Optimizing Kaspa (KAS) mining for best performance with lolMiner 1.64…
Optimizing Radiant (RXD) mining for best performance with Bzminer v12.1.1…

Both KAS and RXD are using different GPU-intensive mining algorithms for their Proof of Work (kHeavyHash and SHA512256d), so they key optimizations you can do for achieving lower power usage with maximum performance include lowering the memory to the minimum frequency supported, increasing the GPU clock together with a core clock offset to lower the voltage and the result is quite big improvement in terms of power efficiency while maintaining very high performance. Give it a try if you still haven’t and are already mining Kaspa or Radiant or are planning to do so switching form Ethash/ETChash mining for instance.

Visit the up to date GPU profitability ranking on What to Mine….