New Goldshell LT5pro 2.45gh/s new Doge&Litecoin miners
Beyond the classics
2.455GH/S±5% |3100W±5% |1.26W/G
Higher hashrate, more efficient mining
Goldshell LT5-PRO hashrate 2.45GH/S, wall power 3100W
Compared with the previous Litecoin miners the performance is improved by leaps and bounds but the power consumption is saved a lot.
LTC & DOGE
Through the auxiliary workload verification mechanism (AuxPow) miners are gaining the benefits of LTC mining
At the same time, it can also automatically get Dogecoin income distributed by the mining poolone part of hashrate and two parts of income.
Integrated body design
LT5-PRO adopts integrated body design, the whole machine is highly integrated,safer, It is more convenient, and at the same time, the volume of the whole machine is reduced as much as possible to save the placement space.
Friendly operation interface
Clear background management interface, accurate display of real-time hashrate of miner, It is convenient to check the running status of miner at any tíme.
What Is Dogecoin?
Dogecoin (DOGE) is a peer-to-peer, open-source cryptocurrency. It is considered an altcoin and an almost sarcastic meme coin. Launched in December 2013, Dogecoin has the image of a Shiba Inu dog as its logo.
While it was created seemingly as a joke, Dogecoin's blockchain still has merit. Its underlying technology is derived from Litecoin. Notable features of Dogecoin, which uses a scrypt algorithm, are its low price and unlimited supply.
The mining of Dogecoin became increasingly profitable in 2021, reaching the highest revenue figures since early 2018. This follows after a surge of activity in the cryptocurrency due to comments from Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who remarked on Twitter that people should invest in this digital currency. During the mining of cryptocurrencies, a computer is trying to solve complicated logic puzzles to verify transactions in the blockchain. When this process is completed, the miner receives cryptocurrency as a block reward. The underlying dynamic is that machines with more computing power - or hashrate - are likely to solve more puzzles, and therefore mine more cryptocurrencies. Whether a miner can make money with this depends on various costs such as electricity consumption during this process, transaction fees or whether the hardware used is efficient or not.