GreenArrays, Inc. - Products

This company have an interesting CPU that run at an amazing speed. Will it be possible to emulate C or is the memory too small? When i started with bitcoin a few years ago i also looked into mining altcoins. One thing i wanted to explore but newer found time to do was like... For example, for minning bitcoin? Because the fpga is very expensive here in Brazil, and the 7400 is cheap. "reply . progre 14 hours ago. Top comment on the post (from 2012) is by Lee_Felsenstein [1] of Homebrew Computer Club fame and designer of the Osborne 1, the first successfull portable computer (Lee had no part on tanking the company though, Osborne did that all by himself). Quite ... 500 Биткоинов взломаны в "мозговом кошельке" с паролем "bitcoin is awesome" Адрес кошелька: 14NWDXkQwcGN1Pd9fboL8npVynD5SfyJAE Приватный ключ: 5J64pq77XjeacCezwmAr2V1s7snvvJkuAz8sENxw7xCkikceV6e подробнее... Всем кто хочет заработать Биткоины без вложений - рекомендую You may want to check out GreenArrays' GA144 processor. It's 144 very small processors in a rectangular grid complete with high-speed datalinks between nodes which work just like the TIS-100's. Each node is a F18A processor with 64 18-bit words of RAM (and 64 of ROM) which runs Forth more-or-less natively. All I/O is attached to nodes at the edge, so to get work done you have to push data ...

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