Bitcoin Miners: Demand Exceeds Supply
Bitcoin miner demand continues to grow and manufacturers must create more miners to satisfy customers. The price of Bitcoin has quadrupled in just six months, after hitting a yearly low of about $3,200 in December 2018, and now settled above a critical barrier of $11,000.
While it is quite amazing that BTC is not all that far from its all-time-high of $19,900, which it reached in December 2017, some traders are forecasting much higher numbers this time around.
“Growth of Bitcoin has increased demand and supplies were already short,” said expert from MSRise, manufacturer of one of the most energy efficient miners MSR Falcon, MSR Hornet and MSR OneCleg.
Payback periods of miners become shorter, according to data provided by TokenInsight, a crypto startup that focuses on mining and trading research. It adds:
“Average payback period for most mining equipment has dropped to 60 to 150 days, a notable decrease from the previous range of 120 to 280 days.”
To satisfy the needs of the market, MSRise plans to release 3 modifications of energy efficient miners with a capacity of 33, 35 and 39 TH/s, consuming 550, 650 and 800 watts.
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