Ravencoin — ASIC Thoughts — Round Two

It is evident that there are ASICs mining Ravencoin. As I’ve stated many times, there isn’t anything wrong with specialized hardware mining on the Ravencoin network. In fact, a case can be made that specialized hardware adds stability to the hash rate because their hardware isn’t useful anywhere else. This creates a sort of lock-in to the coin.

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Freedom advocate, crypto developer, businessman, entrepreneur, and lead dev for Ravencoin — a top crypto-currency and asset issuance platform.

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