MicroBT Whatsminer M20S, M30S, M30s++, M31 and M32 Profitability and Specifications

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MicroBT’s Whatsminer M20S, Whatsminer M30S, Whatsminer M30S+, Whatsminer M30S++, Whatsminer M31S, and Whatsminer M32 are popular ASIC models thanks to their high hashrate capacity and low energy consumption.

Whatsminer ASICs are produced by MicroBT, an ASIC manufacturer that was founded in 2016 by a former Bitmain chip designer, Yang Zuoxing. Since splintering off from the historical leader in ASIC manufacturing, Whatsminer has emerged as Bitmain’s top competitor and a leader in the mining manufacturing business.

This article will dig into their specifications and profitability potential for the Whatsminer M20, Whatsminer M30, Whatsminer M30S, Whatsminer M30S+, Whatsminer M30S++ and Whatsminer M32.

Whatsminer M20S Profitability and Specifications

MicroBT’s Whatsminer M20S comes in three models with differing hashrate capacities: the M20S 65TH, M20S 68TH, and M20S 70TH. Released in August of 2019, each M20S has an efficiency of 48 joules per terahash (J/TH), though their differences in TH capacity means that their wattage consumption and profitability ratings differ.

M20S 65TH

  • Terahash capacity: 65TH
  • Efficiency: 48 j/TH
  • Power consumption: 3120 watts
  • October 2021 peak profitability: $27.49/TH/day

Whatsminer M20S 65TH profitability

M20S 68TH

  • Terahash capacity: 68TH
  • Efficiency: 48 j/TH
  • Power consumption: 3264 watts
  • October peak profitability: $28.76/TH/day

M20S 70TH

  • Terahash capacity: 70TH
  • Efficiency: 48 j/TH
  • Power consumption: 3360 watts
  • October 2021 peak profitability: $29.60/TH/day

Whatsminer M30S Profitability and Specifications

Released in April 2020, the Whatsminer M30S is the least powerful, profitable, and efficient model in the MicroBT Whatsminer M30 series.

  • Terahash capacity: 88TH
  • Power consumption: 3344 watts
  • Efficiency: 38 j/TH
  • October 2021 peak profitability: $37.22/TH/day

Whatsminer M30S profitability

Whatsminer M30S+ Profitability and Specifications

Released in April 2020, the Whatsminer M30S+ is the second most powerful, profitable and efficient model in the M30 series.

  • Terahash capacity: 100TH
  • Power consumption: 3400 watts
  • Efficiency: 34 j/TH
  • October 2021 peak profitability: $42.29/TH/day

Whatsminer M30S+ profitability

Whatsminer M30S++ Profitability and Specifications

Also released in April 2020, the Whatsminer M30S++ is the most powerful, profitable, and efficient model in the M30 series.

  • Terahash capacity: 112TH
  • Power consumption: 3472 watts
  • Efficiency: 31 j/TH
  • October 2021 peak profitability: $47.37/TH/day

Whatsminer M32 Profitability and Specifications

The Whatsminer M32 is the latest series from MicroBT and it comes in two models: the M32 66TH and M32 68TH.

M32 66TH

  • Terahash capacity: 66TH
  • Power consumption: 3432 watts
  • Efficiency: 52 j/TH
  • October 2021 peak profitability: $27.91/TH/day

M32 66TH profitability

M32 68TH

  • Terahash capacity: 68TH
  • Power consumption: 3400 watts
  • Efficiency: 50 j/TH
  • October 2021 peak profitability: $28.76/TH/day

Whatsminer M32 68TH profitability

Whatsminer M31S Profitability and Specifications

The Whatsminer M31S was released in July 2020 and less powerful, profitable, and efficient than its sister in the M31S series.

  • Terahash capacity: 74TH
  • Power consumption: 3400 watts
  • Efficiency: 45.95 j/TH
  • October 2021 peak profitability: $31.29/TH/day

Whatsminer M31S+ Profitability and Specifications

Also released in July 2020, the Whatsminer M31S+ is more powerful, profitable, and efficient than the model we profiled in the previous section.

  • Terahash capacity: 80TH
  • Power consumption: 3360 watts
  • Efficiency: 42 j/TH
  • October 2021 peak profitability: $33.83/TH/day

Where Can I Buy a Whatsminer M20S, M30, M30s++ or M32?

Whatsminer machines are some of the most popular ASICs circulating on the resale market today.

You can buy them direct from MicroBT, but they are often sold-out. There are also handful of brokers you can choose from that typically have these machines in stock (availability depends on supply and demand at any given time, obviously).

One of the most popular resellers for hobbyist and professional miners is Kaboomracks. They update their telegram channel daily with new sales and Whatsminers are frequently featured. Another option for buying Whatsminer ASICs is Crypto Mining Tools. The ASIC broker sells MicroBT gear alongside other popular models, though it often doesn’t have as many machines in stock for retail purchases as its competitor Kaboomracks.

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Luxor is a Bitcoin mining pool and full-stack crypto mining company. The financialization of hashrate starts with us. https://www.luxor.tech/

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