KnCMiner went on sale: the company decided to cut the price of its mining rigs by as much as 28 percent. The Saturn rig now costs $2,995 and the Jupiter has a new price tag of $4,995.
On the other side, the firm also revealed that the Mercury Bitcoin miner has been discontinued.
All orders placed since the beginning of this week will be delivered from mid-November on, with the previous orders shipping until October 15th. KnCMiner’s co-founder, Sam Cole, said the company decided to lower the prices after covering its non-recurring engineering costs. This way, they could save that money to the customers, so the decision was easy to make.
According to KnCMiner’s latest update, the customers who haven’t placed an order yet may still have the chance to get their hands on miners that are in the batch set for October delivery.
“There currently exist a few unpaid orders which are marked for October delivery. If these orders remain unpaid, they will become available for purchase again, unless payment is received. The devices will then be added back into our site on a daily base. The same procedure will also be in place for refunded orders. So keep an eye on our site for any October deliveries”, explained the company.
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