Blockchain Router Raises Efficiency Bar

Now in production, Subutai’s Blockchain Router v2.0is not only a power-efficient broadband cloud router, but it also serves as a plug-and-play cryptocurrency wallet and mining device. A broadband cloud router and open hardware Internet-of-Things (IoT) gateway, the router comes preinstalled with Subutai’s PeerOS,  pre-tuned and hardware accelerated. It allows users to share and rent their idle computer resources by registering their computers with the Subutai Bazaar.


The router’s residential configuration serves as a power-efficient, "green" plug-and-play cryptocurrency mining device and wallet. This wallet easily allows users to enter the cryptocurrency economy. It consumes 18W of power and offers features to both beginner and seasoned crypto miners such as earning subscribers $40 to $45 worth of Ethereum-based tokens per month at current exchange rates. According to its maker, this router helps reduce the technical barriers for those interested in the crypto economy. In addition, it also reduces the financial barriers, as there is little or no risk. For more scintillating insights, checkout and peruse the Subutai Blockchain Router product page.

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