Bitfury launched its new Bitcoin Miner

It is called Bitfury Tardis and offers improved design and user experience

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Bitfury launched its new Bitcoin Miner. Source: bitfury.com

The Bitfury Group today launched its new enterprise-grade bitcoin miner, the Bitfury Tardis.

It is an advanced version of Bitfury’s B8 mining server that offers a performance of up to 80 terahashes per second and includes new features that improve user experience and reduce overall maintenance.

The miner is also equipped with a small LED screen and Bitfury’s new Clarke ASIC chips and is fully upgradable, so hashboards can be replaced upon the arrival of new ASIC generations.

“The Bitfury Tardis is another key facet in the evolution of our hardware portfolio, reflecting our efforts to provide more efficient, higher performing mining solutions,” said Valery Vavilov, CEO of Bitfury. “Building on the launch of our new Bitfury Clarke ASIC chip, the Bitfury Tardis will make mining solutions work better for our customers — in usability, efficiency, and performance.”

The new hardware is available in multiple configurations, with the option to host from five to eight hashboards. With this added feature, users can switch from achieving maximum power efficiency with eight hashboards in use to achieving the optimal performance per ASIC with five hashboards in use.

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