Thanks for joining us here That is awesome that you have source codes of various algorithms for designing ASIC chips made by crypto engineering students. @nathan has said that some of these codes are available for free. Do these algorithms mine quickly on their current hardware?
That is also great that you are in touch with @BSquad there in France,and perhaps you would like to collaborate with @merismus and Singapore Mining company in Singapore, @Dylan_Maher and company in South Africa, @CvR and company in Austria, @Joseph_Doughty and Space Coast Mining company in Florida, plus join the NodeHaven Slack group. There are many individuals here with hardware design skills as well, so you may wish you find them in our discussion and message them to see if they are interested in collaborating.
We seem to have various different groups at several different stages of development as we have all started the mission and joined the discussion at different times, with varying levels of knowledge, skill, expertise, investment capital, workforce, and experience. This is good, as we will have multiple working products and designs being shared here. I believe that healthy competition is good, while we can also share knowledge for better product development.
There are currently two tokens mentioned here being launched to support two different miner designs. I originally envisioned three different tokens, for varying degrees of miners, so perhaps another token will be born soon. On verra