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Baikal Mini Miner

Model Baikal Mini Miner from Baikal mining algorithm Quark with a maximum hashrate of 150Mh for a power consumption of 25w.

Period /Day /Month
Income $0.01 $0.30

Cost

$0.1/kWh
$0.00 $0.00
Profitability $0.01 $0.30

Algorithms

Algorithm Efficiency Profit
Quark

150Mh - 25.0W

6.00J -$0.05
Qubit

150Mh - 28.0W

5.36J -$0.07
X11

150Mh - 40.0W

3.75J -$0.10
X13

150Mh - 46.0W

3.26J -$0.11

Specification

Noise level 45db
Number of fans 1
Release September 2016
Size 10 x 9.5 x 14 cm

Mining pools for Baikal Mini Miner

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Nicehash nicehash.com
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Zergpool zergpool.com
XmrPool Hub xmrpoolhub.com
Mining Pool Hub miningpoolhub.com

Carbon Footprint

Estimating the carbon footprint from the cryptocurrency mining operations of the Baikal Mini Miner in a year, based on energy consumption and various energy sources

Energy Source Yearly Carbon Footprint (kgCO2e/year)
Wind 2
Nuclear 2
Hydroelectric 5
Geothermal 8
Solar 9
Biofuels 49
Gas 105
Coal 177
Data Source: lowcarbonpower.org

Warning: The numbers provided above are merely an estimate of the carbon footprint resulting from cryptocurrency mining. They are presented for informational purposes and should be seen as references only, not as an absolute exact figure. The actual carbon emissions can vary based on many different factors such as the approach, calculation methods, and specific parameters of each mining technology type. We recommend users to consider these figures as a small part of a larger environmental picture and the impact of cryptocurrency mining on it.