Always loads of mining equipment to the maximum. If it will be in heated and poorly ventilated room, with a high probability of failure. But the heat generated by the miners, can be used for space heating.
French startup Qarnot presented a new heater, in which is embedded a passive computer that is optimized for mining cryptocurrency.
Device QC1 is equipped with two AMD graphics cards (Sapphire Nitro + Radeon RX580 with 8GB VRAM) and designed for mining Ethereum at 60 MH/s. However, for those who want to mine other cryptocurrencies, QC1 comes with a Linux operating system that allows users to choose for mining alternative coins.
Setting the heater QC1 takes less than 10 minutes and does not require assistance. The accompanying mobile app you need to add the wallet address Ethereum, which will be sent nominanda cryptocurrency. The mining process can be observed through the app.
QC1 runs almost silently and has a unique design with a traditional heating conductors in order to increase the production of heat. QC1 can heat several rooms in a residential area.
The company estimates that the heater will produce about $120 per month (based on current prices for Ethereum), excluding electricity costs. However, the amount will depend on how often you use the heater, cost of electricity, and the cryptocurrency, which he mines.
QC1 will cost about $3,600. In addition to Fiat, as payment Qarnot company will accept bitcoins.