Data Shows There’s No Profits Left for Bitcoin Miners That Can’t Obtain Cheap Electricity, Run Efficient Mining Rigs

During the last few weeks bitcoin’s cost of production has been higher than the leading crypto asset’s spot market value and in turn, this has put massive pressure on bitcoin miners. Am 11. 30, 2022, statistics show if miners paying for electricity pay roughly $0.12 per kilowatt hour (kWh), only three application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) mining rigs are profitable. At a rate of $0.07 pro kWh, profits begin to increase and data shows 16 different ASIC bitcoin mining devices are profitable with electrical costs at that rate.


Bei $0.12 per Kilowatt Hour, Nur 3 ASIC Miners Gather Profit Using Today’s Bitcoin Exchange Rate

Bitcoin miners are feeling the pain of an extremely high difficulty rating and much lower bitcoin prices than a year ago today. Data from indicates that the cost of bitcoin production ($19,356 pro Einheit) is a lot higher than the spot market value ($16,877 pro Einheit). This means bitcoin miners need to obtain the cheapest electricity they can find on planet earth, and operate with the most efficient bitcoin mining devices on the market today.

Metrics show the world average price for electricity in 2022 ist $0.143 per kWh and in specific regions around the world, average businesses and households can spend less than $0.10 pro kWh, and some areas as low as $0.01 pro kWh. Countries that enjoy cheap electricity rates lower than a U.S. nickel per kWh include Qatar, Russland, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Venezuela, Kyrgyzstan, Cuba, Libya, Uzbekistan, and Kazakhstan.

Data Shows There’s No Profits Left for Bitcoin Miners That Can’t Obtain Cheap Electricity, Run Efficient Mining Rigs
Top ASIC bitcoin miners on Nov. 30, 2022, bei $0.07 per kWh and bitcoin prices at $16,877 pro Einheit.

While cheap electricity is good for bitcoin miners, they also need the most effective ASIC mining units on the market. Statistics show that only three ASIC miners are profitable if the operation has to pay $0.12 pro kWh. The machines that still profit under this electricity cost ($0.12 pro kWh) include the Bitmain Antminer S19 XP Hyd. which boasts 255 Terahash pro Sekunde (TH/s), the Antminer S19 XP (140 TH/s), and the Antminer S19 Pro+ Hyd. (198 TH/s).

If the electrical cost is slashed down to $0.07 pro kWh, 16 different SHA256-compatible ASIC machines will see a profit, according to Daten collected by Bei $0.07 pro kWh, a Bitmain Antminer S19j (90 TH/s) is estimated to produce $0.21 per day in profit. If electrical costs are cut down even lower at $0.05 pro kWh, roughly 43 ASIC bitcoin mining rigs will see a profit.

At that rate ($0.05 pro kWh), an Antminer S19 XP Hyd. will get an estimated $9.69 pro Tag, while the Ebang Ebit E12+ with 50 TH/s will produce $0.15 per day in profits, according to Außerdem, SHA256 ASIC machines are the fourth most profitable proof-of-work (PoW) devices behind algorithms like Kadena, Scrypt, and Eaglesong.

Bei $0.05 pro kWh, PoW ASIC machines that are compatible with those three algorithms can make an estimated $20.35 zu $42.64 per day in profits depending on the hashrate output of the specific rig. The most dominant two brands on the market today, in terms of high-powered, next-generation bitcoin miners, include Bitmain’s Antminer series and Microbt’s Whatsminer series.

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Jamie Redman

Jamie Redman ist der Nachrichtenleiter bei News und ein in Florida lebender Journalist für Finanztechnologie. Redman ist seitdem ein aktives Mitglied der Kryptowährungs-Community 2011. Er hat eine Leidenschaft für Bitcoin, Open-Source-Code, und dezentrale Anwendungen. Seit September 2015, Redman hat mehr als geschrieben 6,000 Artikel für Nachrichten über die disruptiven Protokolle, die heute auftauchen.

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