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Sino Global Capital CEO Matthew Graham announced the sale of Filecoin (FIL) mining equipment in China, which surprised the expert.

Continually amazing how different China and ex-China ecosystems are, y’all aren’t even selling Filecoin mining gear haha
— Matthew Graham (@mattysino) July 3, 2020
In the Filecoin system, miners are rewarded for storing information, so Graham questioned the need for special equipment. The main network of the project has not yet been launched.

“I am constantly amazed at how different the ecosystems are in China and beyond. You don’t even sell devices for mining Filecoin,” he wrote with irony.
Thomas Heller, director of global business for the mining pool F2Pool, confirmed that sales are carried out only in China.

Graham also posted videos demonstrating that the presented equipment is already being installed in data centers.

Among the stated characteristics of the Filecoin mining server, one of Graham’s subscribers was surprised by the powerful Nvidia 2080 TI video card. To his reasonable question as to why it had a $1000 GPU, the expert replied that he had no idea.

Another user suggested that the device is capable of mining other coins.

The presented FIL mining server runs on Linux OS, is equipped with two SSDs of 240 GB and 2 TB, and 128 GB of RAM.

Let us remind you that the Filecoin test network was launched in December. In April, the developers postponed the launch of the main network, calling the earliest possible period for this between July 6 and August 7.