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Crypto Mining Firms Continue to Focus on Efficiency as Another Energy Crisis Looms-TGN

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Crypto mining companies have ramped up efforts to maximize efficiency and reduce their environmental impact amid concerns that the Israel-Hamas war could lead to another winter energy crisis.

One such company making waves in the crypto mining market is ASICRUN, whose latest models have raised the bar for mining efficiency, according to a Monday press release

Per the announcement, ASICRUN’s AR1, AR2, and EliteAR miners boast market-leading hash rates.

The AR1 miner offers hash rates of 1050 TH/s for Bitcoin (BTC), 400 GH/s for Litecoin (LTC) and Dogecoin (DOGE), and 20 TH/s for Dash. 

The AR2 miner takes it a step further with hash rates of 2200 TH/s for Bitcoin, 900 GH/s for Litecoin/Doge, and 45 TH/s for Dash. 

The top-of-the-line EliteAR miner, which is considered the world’s most powerful crypto miner, delivers an impressive 4900 TH/s for Bitcoin, 2200 GH/s for Litecoin/Doge, and 100 TH/s for Dash. 

Furthermore, ASICRUN has optimized its mining rigs to lower their energy consumption, with the AR1 consuming 650 W, the AR2 consuming 1300 W, and the EliteAR consuming 2800 W.

Based on current market conditions, the AR1 miner has the potential to earn $1,897 for Bitcoin, $3,474 for Litecoin, and $3,591 for Dash. 

The AR2 miner can bring in $3,974 for Bitcoin, $7,813 for Litecoin, and $8,011 for Dash, while EliteAR miner has the potential to earn $8,853 for Bitcoin, $19,700 for Litecoin, and $17,400 for Dash.

It is worth noting that ASICRUN has also strived to make crypto mining more accessible to the masses by offering user-friendly, plug-and-play mining rigs. 

These preconfigured machines only require a power source to start mining, making it easy for anyone to participate. The company also provides a free mining pool for its customers.

Headquartered in Hong Kong, ASICRUN is a technology company focused on creating efficient mining rigs using the latest ASIC technology.

Israel-Hamas War Raises Concerns Regarding Another Energy Crisis

ASICRUN’s move toward efficient mining comes as the ongoing conflict between Hamas and Israel is causing growing concerns about the potential for another energy crisis. 

While oil flows have not been impacted yet, analysts and market observers believe there might be significant implications if the situation escalates further, according to a report by Reuters

For one, the United States may tighten or increase enforcement of sanctions on Iran if the country is implicated in Hamas’ attacks on Israel. 

This could further strain an already undersupplied oil market, leading to potential price increases and supply disruptions.

Furthermore, the conflict could jeopardize a deal brokered by the United States to normalize relations between Saudi Arabia and Israel, which could result in increased oil output from the kingdom.

Any disruption to this agreement could impact oil supply dynamics and market stability.

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