Tether announces new mining software

Tether has announced a new mining software to increase the efficiency and capacity of Bitcoin mining. This software is an attempt to include innovative JavaScript libraries compatible with hardware such as WhatsMiner, AvalonMiner, and Antminer.

The Tether development team is working on a new mining software to make the Bitcoin mining hardware more efficient and capable. This software consists of innovative JavaScript libraries created for use in mining hardware such as WhatsMiner, AvalonMiner and Antminer.

Bitfinex and Tether chief technologist Paolo Ardoino stated in a message to X (formerly Twitter) that certain pieces of this mining software will be made generally available via open source platforms in the future. The main purpose of the software is to make operations more effective by providing effective management of mining capacity.

Ardoino emphasized that he made significant contributions to an orchestration tool called Moria, which is used to organize mining operations. All the latest developments of this project were carried out using Holepunch technology. Moria facilitates communication between components in the Bitcoin mining ecosystem. This enables interactions to take place in a more secure, vandal-proof, and cost-effective way.

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