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The Innosilicon A10 Pro ETH (500Mh) stands as a titan in EtHash mining, delivering a powerful 500Mh/s at 960W. Its efficiency is unmatched, designed for serious miners with a focus on longevity and a noise level conducive to professional environments at 75db.
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Income

DAY MONTH YEAR
$1.66 $49.69 $604.59

Electricity Costs

DAY MONTH YEAR
$2.76 $82.94 $1,009.15

Profit

DAY MONTH YEAR
$-1.11 $-33.25 $-404.57

Profit if BTC price is $105480

DAY MONTH YEAR
$-0.28 $-8.41 $-102.27

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Historical Profit Data

Profit Yesterday

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$ N/A $ N/A $ N/A

Profit Last Week

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$ N/A $ N/A $ N/A

Profit Last Month

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The Innosilicon A10 Pro ETH (500Mh) ETH Miner King A10 Pro is currently mining $-1.11 profit a day. The calculations is based on $1.66 income per day from which we deducted $2.76 elecricity costs. This means the A10 Pro ETH (500Mh) ETH Miner King A10 Pro is able to generate up to $49.69 income per month. After you would deduct the electricity price of $82.94 you will have an estimated profit of $-33.25 per month.

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If the BTC price reaches $94431 you would earn estimated $-0.28 per day. One week ago the profit was $ N/A and one month ago it was $ N/A .



More about etchash

Ethash, serving as a proof-of-work algorithm, is crucial in preserving the stability and credibility of many blockchains like ETC. Decentralized mining that can be carried out using standard computer hardware, as enabled by Ethash, ensures that the network is not controlled by a few huge mining entities. One of Ethash's defining design features is its memory-intensive nature, making it challenging for attackers to perform a 51% attack, where they attempt to manipulate transactions by dominating the majority of the network's computing power. Ethash's need for a substantial amount of memory to carry out mining operations makes it challenging for attackers to acquire the resources necessary to launch such an attack.