New Goldshell HS5 HNS 2700gh/s 2650W HS5 SC 5400gh/s 1500W goldshell hs5 miner
Model HS5 from Goldshell mining 2 algorithms (Handshake, Blake2B-Sia) with a maximum hashrate of 5.4Th/s for a power consumption of 2650W.
Handshake & Siacoin
HNS:2700GH/S土5% |2650W±5% |0.98W/G
SC :5400GH/S±5% |1500 W±5% |3.60W/G
with more outstanding mining experience
Goldshell HS5 have 2700GH/S hashrate and a wall power consumptíon
of 2650W. Compared with HS3, the hashrate is increased by 35%,
and the energy consumption per unit of hashrate is reduced by 2%.
Can change to mine SC, the lower power consumption and multiple optíons.
The integrated design of the previous generation of products is saved,safer and more convenient. At the same time, the size of the wholemachine is reduced as much as possible to save space.
Background management interface terse accurately displays the real-timehashrate, average hashrate, and hashrate fluctuations of the miner,making it easy to view the equipment operating status at any time.
What is a Handshake
Handshake is a piece of software (and a loose consensus on agreement of the software itself). This software's primary function is for people to come to agreement on names and cryptographic keys authorized to represent that names in a decentralized way. To do this in a decentralized way, we need to prevent a single party from claiming all the names. Therefore, a unit of account is needed to prevent that single party from claiming all names.
Handshake uses a coin system for name registration. The Handshake coin (HNS) is the mechanism by which participants transfer, register, and update internet names. The community will be able to initiate auctions and place bids for top-level domains using HNS or trade their HNS as they see fit, with differing value per name.
Therefore, Handshake allocates the majority of its initial coins towards the FOSS community with absolutely no obligation attached, as it is this community most relevant with decentralized software and tools. The goal of the initial design was to account for all possible stakeholders. More info.
Handshake's incentive design assumptions relies upon Metcalfe's Law (Beckstrom's Law, etc.). While Bitcoin's value is derived from it being a costly store of value, Handshake's value is derived from its network of users. Metcalfe's Law asserts that an increase in userbase increases the value of the network (sub)exponentially. This means that allocation of value to potential developers and users of this system be a benefit to everyone, with network effect derived benefiting all users.