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Open source toolchains. A long-standing complaint with vendor FPGA design tools is that they are generally enormous, complicated, slow, buggy, closed source, and are either expensive or have annoying license requirements. Bitcoin merchants also save on credit card fees that can range anywhere from 0.5% to 5%, plus a 20 to 30 cent flat fee for each transaction made. Bitcoin payments can be sent and received at a ... Firstly, they were being driven harder for Bitcoin mining — by being on all the time and overclocked — than consumer grade FPGAs were really designed for. Because of this, many people saw errors and malfunctions in their FPGAs as they were mining. It also turned out to be difficult to optimize the 32‐bit addition step which is critical in doing SHA‐256. FPGAs are also less accessible ... Fpga blockchain Fpga blockchain I've been looking around for sources about fpga mining and all I've managed to find are either threads form 6 years ago discussing bitcoin or newer threads talking about eth hash and a couple of other major asic resistant algorithms. Has anyone considered lesser known algos that might better lend themselves to fpgas? Possibly ones that aren't necessarily asic resistant but no one is developing ...

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Breaking a 14 Character Password pt 2 of 2

This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue. Watch Queue Queue This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue. Watch Queue Queue [Red] found both halves of the password. [Red] is a brute force cracker on a FPGA that attacks LM hashes. It was designed at Cornell for ECE5760 as a final project.

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