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Hyperbit: Worldwide Retail Partner for L21 Litecoin Miner

Hyperbit Announced as Worldwide Retail Partner for L21 Litecoin Miner

...HyperBit Shop website launched today for crypto-currency miners...

Block Assets Limited trading as HyperBit, a Hong Kong based company for the emerging crypto-currency market, has been appointed as the worldwide distribution partner for Bewang Electronic Commerce Company Limited (BW) to exclusively sell the World’s Fastest Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) Scrypt Miner for Litecoin, the L21, to its customers globally via its online store.

Trading online as HyperBit Shop, the retail website has been launched to the world today and for the first time, crypto-currency “miners” will be able to order the L21 Miner for Litecoin in any quantity. The manufacturer, BW has previously limited the sale of the L21 to major mining companies, with large minimum order quantities required.

The L21 is the fastest Litecoin ASIC miner on the market and is developed and manufactured by BW, one of China's largest and best-known crypto companies. Each miner uses 144 ASIC 28NM chips to deliver more hash rate and efficiency than any other Litecoin miner on the market.

Widely reported by experts to be the world’s most powerful Scrypt miner to date, this is what the big commercial mining farms use as it has the best return on investment. It is available in 560 MHS, with the ability to upgrade to 600 MHS frequency via its dashboard.

“No one can match the L21's return on investment and HyperBit is delighted to be the worldwide retail partner for the world’s best performing Litecoin miner made for serious miners,” said Brett Fawell, COO, HyperBit.

With a high-grade aluminium case, customized heat-sinks and two computer-controlled fans to keep it cool, users will be impressed with the L21's design. It is engineered to be powerful but remains cool. The L21 utilizes a combination of conduction and convection cooling to keep the world’s most powerful Litecoin miner performing at its best.

HyperBit will be selling the L21 to the most astute miners, from hobby miners to the commercial miners setting up farms in quantities of one and above for US$2,690 at www.Hyperbitshop.io.


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