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Bitcoin mining IP core with Synflow Studio

Sunday, September 15th, 2013

To design an ASIC Bitcoin miner, the first thing you will need is a Bitcoin IP core, a piece of silicon that performs a double SHA-256 (if the previous sentence is Klingon to you, I’d advise you to read the gentle introduction to Bitcoin mining). You can buy a SHA-256 IP from numerous IP vendors on the net, you can also find one free of charge on OpenCores. Or you can design one yourself. If you are aware of what’s wrong with RTL, or you know that High-Level Synthesis might not help you much, or you are an innovator, and/or simply you just want to see what Synflow Studio can do, keep reading!


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