One of Japan’s internet group has made plans to manufacture and sell 7nm Bitcoin mining chips and also plans to use it for its own mining operations.
GMO Internet is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan and is listed in the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange and conducts internet-related business.
The company outlined its plans to sell 7nm Bitcoin Mining chips in its first-quarter results plan. The company is building 2 versions of the chip named V1 and V2. The first version is the prototype of the mining chip, which the company plans to use for itself in mining operations and also sell to the public. V2 is entering early stage of development and will enter mass production later during the 4th quarter of the year.
An investor who is interested in the products can apply for early reservation. The company stated that the mining would work on store-based computers. The V1 card will commence operations on June while the v2 operations would start during October.
A company spokesperson says:
“We can disclose that accepting reservation will start from Q2 onwards and launch will be Q4 onwards only at this moment.”
Torben a Twitter user says:
“Yes definitely interested in the GMO cards for plugging into store-bought mining computers and importing them into my country.”
Janna another Twitter user says:
“this is it. Megacorps taking over and the individual or small mining group got fed up by industrial hitmen and condition.”
Tristana a Reddit user says:
“Asia is really stepping up to accept cryptocurrency. They really want cryptocurrency to be known as a currency.”
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