iBeLink BM-K1+ supports POW Blake2s algorithm digital currency (KDA) at 15 TH/s hashrate and 2250W power consumption
Hash Rate: 15 TH/s ±5%
Power Consumption: 2250 W (at the wall, with 25°C ambient temp)
Power Efficiency: 0.15 W/GH (at the wall, with 25°C ambient temp)
Operating Temperature: 0° C to 40° C
Network Connection: Ethernet
Power Supply: 190V to 240V, 50Hz/60Hz
Packing Dimensions: 505 mm(L) * 205 mm(W) * 317 mm(H)
Machine Dimensions: 402 mm(L) * 128 mm(W) * 201 mm(H)
Weight: 9 kg
Support for POW Blake2S Algorithm Digital Currency (KDA)
Support for mainstream stratum protocol mining pools
Provides a web interface management platform that simplifies system setup and large-scale deployment
The web interface provides calculation statistics and mining status monitoring
Supports the use of a web interface to restart mining software or systems
Provides a self-test function of the power-on system and monitors the status of the chip in real time
Provides calculator blade LED status display for large-scale mine machine management
The setting and automatic switching of the main and multiple standby pools are provided
It has the function of independent error monitoring and automatic restart recovery of calculating blades
The Hardware Watch Dog ensures that the system recovers automatically from network or system errors
KDA is a digital currency that is used to pay for compute on the Kadena public chain. Similar to ETH on Ethereum, KDA on Kadena is the manner by which miners are compensated for mining blocks on the network and is the transaction fee that users pay in order to have their transactions included in a block.
What is Kadena’s token economic model?
Kadena’s Token Economic Model describes the total supply, liquidity schedule, allocation and platform reserve uses of KDA. A full text of Kadena’s Token Economic Model is here.