New ASUS Partnership With GPU Mining Platform Quantumcloud – Multinational tech media TechRadar reported on Thursday, Nov. 30th, that the Taiwan-based tech company, ASUS, has joined hands with GPU mining platform, Quantumcloud. Hence to provide services for clients to mine crypto through their graphics cards.
As specified in the agreement, ASUS graphics cards’ proprietors will have the right to mine crypto through Quantumcloud software, while PayPal or the Chinese application, WeChat, can be used to withdraw earnings.
The new association enables gamers to adapt inert GPUs, when the units are not busy with graphic-consuming forms, by mining digital forms of money, for example, Bitcoin (BTC).
Quatumcloud Does Not Assure Specific Profits For Clients
New ASUS Partnership With GPU Mining Platform Quantumcloud – Precise profits or results for clients is not ensured by Quatumcloud. Who disclose that clients themselves need to consider usage costs without relying on anyone else. As specified by U.K. based tech publication HEXUS.net. The GPU-mining startup professes to give high standards of client information security consistent with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
ASUS previously collaborated with AMD in November. AMD is a California-based semiconductor supplier. ASUS was also teaming up with other significant tech organizations to create eight new crypto mining rigs. The ally organizations apparently incorporate Sapphire, ASROCK, and MSI, among others.
The price of GPUs has been declining alongside the sinking prices of the crypto markets. Other GPU producers like Nvidia have been contrarily influenced by the current bear market. At the point when the firm reported its Q3 results, which was not long ago, it uncovered a “crypto hangover” because of vanishing deals to crypto miners.
At the same time, major crypto mining firms in China have apparently begun to sell off their mining equipment by weight. Following an ongoing breakdown of crypto markets that started in mid-November.