From Delivery To Hashing In 15 Minutes: Setting Up The FutureBit Apollo Node And Miner Today


This is a guide for getting started with the FutureBit Apollo Bitcoin node and miner. The Apollo is a full archival Bitcoin node, currently running Bitcoin Core version 22.0.0. Additionally, the Apollo is a Bitcoin miner equipped with 44 ASIC chips capable of producing about 3 terahashes (Th) in mining capacity. The Apollo is built on a revamped platform featuring a six-core CPU, 4 gigabytes (GB) of RAM, and a 1 terabyte (TB) solid-state drive (SSD).

The Apollo can go from delivery to hashing at a pool of your choice in less than 15 minutes and it can sync the entire Bitcoin blockchain in two days. 

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