BTC miner Iris Energy orders 7000 Antminer T21s

Iris Energy has placed an order for 7000 Antminer T21the latest model from the ASIC manufacturer Bitmain. The hashrate from bitcoin miner is expected to reach 8.3 EH/s following machine start-up.

On Thursday, the Australian Bitcoin mining company Iris Energy has announced the acquisition of 7000 Antminer T21 branded Bitmain. Released last month, the ASIC delivers a power of 190 TH/s with an energy efficiency of 19 J/TH.

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According to a release, the addition of the machines will enable the New South Wales-based miner to increase its hashrate to 8.3 EH/s. The ASICs are scheduled for delivery in the first quarter of 2024.


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Iris Energy, which prides itself on operating bitcoin mines powered 100% by renewable energy, had already placed an order for Antminer S21s in October.

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Major BTC miners renew their fleets ahead of the next halving of Bitcoinwhich will take place in April 2024, and will result in a halving of the mining rewards distributed by the network.

Bitfarms, another large, publicly-listed firm specializing in bitcoin mining, bought 35,000 Antminer T21s earlier this week.

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