New miner for Bitmain, Ledger launches Recovery-service and ticker ETF iShares delisted from DTCC again

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Bitmain unveils new T21 bitcoin miner

On Wednesday, bitcoin mining rig manufacturer Bitmain announced the introduction of a new air-cooled BTC miner, the T21 Antminer. The new device boasts a production capacity of up to 190 terahash per second (TH/s) and maintains an efficiency ratio of approximately 19 joules per terahash (J/T).

After the recent unveiling of Microbt’s latest mining equipment, Bitmain, a competitor, has added the T21 Antminer to its extensive range of hashing devices. On October 25, Bitmain showcased the T21, capable of delivering 190 TH/s with an efficiency rating of 19 J/T.


Ledger unveils cloud-based recovery service amid crypto controversy

Ledger, a leading name in the hardware wallet industry, has officially announced the launch of Ledger Recover, an ID-based private key recovery service designed for Ledger hardware wallet users. This move comes in the wake of considerable controversy within the cryptocurrency community. The release coincides with Ledger’s finalization of the open-source code for Ledger Recover on GitHub.

Provided in partnership with blockchain protection platform Coincover, Ledger Recover offers a paid subscription service that allows users to safeguard their Secret Recovery Phrase (SRP). The SRP is a unique list of 24 words crucial for backing up private keys and providing access to crypto assets.

Source: MSN

BlackRock iShares ETF delisted from the DTCC again

BTC’s price pumped two days ago after the on-chain analytics platform, Lookonchain, revealed on X that the iShares spot Bitcoin trust was listed by The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC).

However, just a few hours later, they announced that the iShares spot Bitcoin trust has been removed from the DTCC’s list.

A DTCC spokesman declined to comment on the circumstances surrounding the temporary delisting. They noted that “listing is not indicative of any pending regulatory or other approval processes with respect to a particular ETF fund.”

“Appearing on the list is merely an indication that an intermediary bank has requested a DTCC code for an ETF fund and that the DTCC may process this transaction at an unspecified date in the future following SEC approval.”

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