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about:history_of_sia [2017/09/24 15:25]
aerrejon [Current Release: 1.3 Capricorn]
about:history_of_sia [2019/06/27 18:28]
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 On June 2017, Nebulous announced [[development:​obelisk|Obelisk]],​ a subsidiary company aimed at developing ASIC miners for Sia. Amid a mixed public response, Nebulous published a [[https://​blog.sia.tech/​choosing-asics-for-sia-b318505b5b51|blog post]] explaining the rationale for developing ASICs. On June 2017, Nebulous announced [[development:​obelisk|Obelisk]],​ a subsidiary company aimed at developing ASIC miners for Sia. Amid a mixed public response, Nebulous published a [[https://​blog.sia.tech/​choosing-asics-for-sia-b318505b5b51|blog post]] explaining the rationale for developing ASICs.
  
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 During September 2017, the independent developers @Darval and @Rudi code a module for Sia that allows for the first time in the history of Sia to run de-centralized mining pools, using stratum support. They launched the first testing pool, [[http://​petabytestorage.com/​clients.html|"​Darval Petabyte Storage"​]]. ​ on the night of September 16th, 2017. During September 2017, the independent developers @Darval and @Rudi code a module for Sia that allows for the first time in the history of Sia to run de-centralized mining pools, using stratum support. They launched the first testing pool, [[http://​petabytestorage.com/​clients.html|"​Darval Petabyte Storage"​]]. ​ on the night of September 16th, 2017.
  
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