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Bitmain's Antminer L7 machine mine by the Scrypt algorithm with a maximum hash rate of 9.5Gh / s for a power consumption of 3425W. It is an efficient industrial-grade ASIC machine and a sound level of 75 dB.



To reduce the noise level, obtain a lower temperature, and adjust the frequencies in the cards for higher performance of the ASIC (OverClock), we recommend reviewing the alternative cooling options.



We emphasize that its hash rate may vary by ± 5% and its consumption by ± 5 due to the manufacturing processes.



Next, we leave verified information on the main cryptocurrencies to mine with the Bitmain Antmner L7.



Information about the Scrypt mining algorithm:



The history behind the Scyrpt hash function can be traced back to the creation of the data backup software, Tarsnap. This software was developed by Colin Percival, a well-known developer in the free software world. While Percival was developing Tarsnap, he encountered the need for a secure and efficient hash function for his online backup system.



Tarsnap's needs at that time were focused on having an efficient hashing algorithm to avoid draining a lot of power from the computers running the software, offering a level of security superior to many algorithms known as bcrypt, including brute force attacks and be free, multiplatform and portable software.



Percival realized that none of the algorithms known up to that point could offer him what he was looking for. For that reason, Percival began the development of Scrypt, a work that he completed and presented in 2009. His whitepaper was released by Percival, who also released the code for it.



With this, anyone who wanted to use or improve the Scrypt hash function could do so. Percival's work later led to the acceptance of this new role worldwide. It was precisely this that led to the IETF creating the RFC 7914 standard in 2016. Scrypt is known as a global standard hash function.



Scrypt works thanks to a known method of major derivation of keys using hard memory sequential functions. It's a complex name, but basically, Scrypt does a hash using a key, a series of key points marked in the hashing algorithm, and adding a lot of noise.



The noise in Scrypt is a series of random numbers that are generated by the algorithm and stored in memory. The purpose of these numbers is to camouflage the key data of the algorithm, to make the work of breaking said hashes more complex. In short, a protection measure that prevents malicious people from taking over the data protected by Scrypt.

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