ASIC Goldshell KA BOX


Goldshell has introduced a new home ASIC for KASPA (kHeavyHash) — Goldshell KA BOX. This ASIC has high energy efficiency, low price and low noise, which makes it suitable for home use.

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Goldshell KA BOX — Characteristics and Size

Manufacturer — Goldshell

Model — KA BOX

Algorithm — kHeavyHash

Coins — KASPA

Hashrate — 1,18 Th/s ±5%

Power Consumption — 400 Watt ±5%

Dimensions — 15 х 19,8 х 9,6 cm

Weight — 2,2 kg

Goldshell KA BOX Hashrate

Goldshell KA BOX ASICs’ can make 1,18 Th/s ±5% on kHeavyHash (KASPA) algorithm, which is equal to the hashrate of 12 Iceriver KS0, consuming 2 times less electricity — only 400 watts versus 780 watts.

What to Mine on Goldshell KA BOX?

Goldshell KA BOX ASIC can mine coins using kHeavyHash algorithm. You can’t reconfigure it for any other algorithms.

Goldshell KA BOX Profitability

Currently, the daily profitability of Goldshell KA BOX is about ~ 9$, excluding electricity costs.

We recommend to check the actual profitability in our mining calculator, where you can also calculate the profitability including your electricity costs.

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Goldshell KA BOX Settings

Go to “Miner → Pool Setting → Add” tab to setup your ASIC.

Coin URL Miner Name Password
KASPA stratum+tcp:// KASPA_WALLET_ADDRESS.WORKER_NAME x or leave blank

Miner Name — The wallet address and worker name specified like this:

kaspa:qzyjntttd55mpxdk54g6jryjwa46lgptwddtnqlxueg3val9j4z5c282f2elf.goldshell where

  • kaspa:qzyjntttd55mpxdk54g6jryjwa46lgptwddtnqlxueg3val9j4z5c282f2elf — your wallet address, starting with kaspa:
  • goldshell — Your ASIC name.

Click “Apply” to save the settings and start mining.

Monitor your ASIC’s work on the “Home” page. Here you will see your hashrate, statistics of accepted shares and all related information.

Goldshell KA BOX Firmware Update

If necessary, you can update or change the firmware yourself, for this:

  1. Go to the manufacturer's Github and download the required firmware:

  2. Open the page for updating “System → Update”, select the downloaded update.

  3. Update and reboot your ASIC according to the developer's instructions.

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