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Is this article truthful when it quotes a hash rate of three million when mining Monero? If so, what is the way to learn and apply the RandomX algorithm in FPGA hardware? What knowledge is required?

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    "Is this article truthful..." No. – jtgrassie Dec 16 '20 at 7:24
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"Is this article truthful when it quotes a hash rate of three million when mining Monero?"

Answer: No. If the hashrate was 3 million, then everyone who was mining Bitcoin must've moved for no reason.

"If so, what is the way to learn and apply the RandomX algorithm in FPGA hardware? What knowledge is required?"

Answer: It is not possible to apply the RandomX Algorithm to FGPA hardware (Currently).

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