Verge Mining Calculator

A quick and accurate way to calculate your Verge mining earnings.

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Verge Mining Data

Net Hashes Per Second: 514307006
Block Time: 150s
Block Reward: 0 XVG

*Mining stats updated every 60 minutes

Mining algorithm: Scrypt

Scrypt is a cryptographic algorithm widely used in various cryptocurrencies. It was initially developed to improve upon the SHA-256 algorithm used by Bitcoin, focusing on being both computationally and memory intensive. This design was intended to resist the centralization of mining power by making it less feasible for ASIC (Application-Specific Integrated Circuits) miners to dominate the network, thus encouraging more decentralized, GPU-based mining​​​.

The first cryptocurrency to implement Scrypt as its Proof of Work hashing algorithm was Tenebrix (TBX), released in September 2011. Although Tenebrix did not last, its use of Scrypt paved the way for other cryptocurrencies like Litecoin and Dogecoin. Initially, Litecoin branded itself as ASIC-resistant, but over time, ASIC miners were developed for Scrypt, shifting the mining landscape. This transition meant CPUs and GPUs were no longer efficient for mining Litecoin and other Scrypt-based coins. Eventually, the most effective way to mine Scrypt coins became using advanced ASIC miners, such as the Innosilicon A6+ LTCMaster and Bitmain Antminer L3+​​​​.

Despite its initial resistance, Scrypt could not entirely prevent the development of ASIC miners. While Scrypt ASICs are more efficient than GPU mining, they are not as dominant as SHA-256 ASICs. The memory intensity of Scrypt ensures that the network is more decentralized compared to SHA-256 networks. Variations of Scrypt, like Scrypt-N, Scrypt-ChaCha, and Scrypt², have been developed to enhance ASIC resistance, but ASIC miners for Scrypt still emerged​​​.

Overall, Scrypt plays a significant role in the cryptocurrency mining world. Its original design aimed at decentralization and ASIC resistance, although over time, ASIC miners have become prevalent for Scrypt-based coins. Despite this, Scrypt remains a crucial component in the Proof of Work mechanism of many cryptocurrencies.

Below, you will find various hardware to mine cryptocurrencies secured with Scrypt.

Device NameHashing powerPower UsageMining algorithmSupported CoinsCurrent earnings(without electricity cost)
Antminer L70.0095 TH/s3425WScryptDOGE LTC Verge 0 USD/day
LT60.00335 TH/s3200WScryptDOGE LTC Verge 0 USD/day
LT5 Pro0.00245 TH/s3100WScryptDOGE LTC Verge 0 USD/day
LT50.002049 TH/s2080WScryptDOGE LTC Verge 0 USD/day
A6+ LTCMaster0.0022 TH/s2100WScryptDOGE LTC Verge 0 USD/day
LT Lite0.00162 TH/s1450WScryptDOGE LTC Verge 0 USD/day
X6 Miner0.00086 TH/s1079WScryptDOGE LTC Verge 0 USD/day
A6 LTCMaster0.00123 TH/s1500WScryptDOGE LTC Verge 0 USD/day
L210.00055 TH/s950WScryptDOGE LTC Verge 0 USD/day
A4+ LTCMaster0.00062 TH/s750WScryptDOGE LTC Verge 0 USD/day
Antminer L3++0.00058 TH/s942WScryptDOGE LTC Verge 0 USD/day
Antminer L3+0.000504 TH/s800WScryptDOGE LTC Verge 0 USD/day
A4 Dominator0.00028 TH/s1050WScryptDOGE LTC Verge 0 USD/day
Mini-DOGE Pro0.000205 TH/s220WScryptDOGE LTC Verge 0 USD/day
Mini-DOGE0.000185 TH/s233WScryptDOGE LTC Verge 0 USD/day