Baikal Miner is a company that has been involved in the field of electronics since before Crypto. According to Baikal’s website (baikalminer.com), the company began developing chips for the SHA-256 algorithm in 2013, and has since experimented with various dige and accumulated a wealth of knowledge. The first Miner for the X11 Algorithmus was announced and distributed in mid-2016.
Baikal’s range includes a huge number of different models for various algorithms and coins. Mining farm owners can position themselves more broadly as a result of this diversity, and they only require one hardware provider.
Baikal is also continually producing new updates for earlier models in order to enable the usage of different algorithms / coins that were previously unavailable when you purchased the miner. An “old” miner that is no longer profitable can easily become a good miner again with such an update. So, every now and then, take a peek at Baikal’s latest news and see whether there’s something for you there as well!
Baikal BK-G28 ASIC Miner with 8 algorithms
The Baikal BK-G28 Miner is available from us (without power supply).
The miners will arrive in their original Baikal packaging with secure outer packing from us, ensuring that they arrive intact. 14x 6pin PCIe connectors are required for the Baikal BK-G28 Miner. You just need 7x 6-pin PCIe because the scope of delivery includes seven 6-pin Y-cables.
The miners were obtained directly from Baikal by a German vendor (with a WEEE registration number).
We’ll leave the computations to you because returns change on a daily basis. The profitability of this miner is known to those who are interested.
Important: Before ordering, please inquire about availability as we do not have big amounts in stock and offer these miners on several platforms.