Daily Archives: March 8, 2019

Game Changing in Cryptocurrency Mining

LUXEMBOURG / ACCESSWIRE / March 8, 2019 / OnMiners S.A (ww.OnMiners.com) is pleased to announce the official launch of their powerful endothermic cryptocurrency mining rigs with features to take the global crypto mining space by storm. The company informs that their just launched multi-algorithm miners offer the biggest hash rates available in the market, while minimizing power consumption, noise, and heat generation.

OnMiners currently offers three mining rigs viz. On2U, On4U, and OnTower, all capable of mining Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, Monero, Dash, and Zcash. All these units come pre-configured, allowing users to start mining immediately just by plugging in.

Hash rate is the most important factor to take into account while choosing a crypto mining rig. In simple words, it can be defined as the speed at which a given mining machine operates. A higher hash rate is always preferred by the miners because it increases their opportunity of finding the next block and receiving the reward.Mentioned below are the hash powers of the three products at a glance.

Hash Power

On2U: 140 TH/s for Bitcoin, 38 GH/s for Litecoin, 5 GH/s for Ethereum, 230 KH/s for Monero, 1.3 TH/s for Dash, and 1.1 MH/s
On4U: 270 TH/s for Bitcoin, 75 GH/s for Litecoin, 9 GH/s for Ethereum, 450 KH/s for Monero, 2.5 TH/s for Dash, and 2.1 MH/s
OnTower: 1620 TH/s for Bitcoin, 450 GH/s for Litecoin, 54 GH/s for Ethereum, 2700 KH/s for Monero, 15 TH/s for Dash, and 12.6 MH/s

The importance of hash power was taken into consideration by OnMiners while designing their three miners. The result is the creation of three products with hash rates that are second to none in the market.

Power Consumption

Another key attribute of the three miners from OnMiners is their endothermic nature. Making use of the latest endothermic chip technology, OnMiners ensures that their products are capable of absorbing heat energy from the surroundings rather than releasing the same. As a result, these miners have a significantly lower energy consumption compared to all available alternatives in the market. The power consumption of the On2U and On4U units are 600W±7% and 1200W±7% respectively. Being a combination of six On4U Units, the power consumption of OnTower is six times that of the On4U miners.

Other Key Features

*Comes pre-configured, so the customer only needs to plug in and start mining
*Original OnMiners air cooling noiseless system
*Network Connection: Ethernet and Wi-Fi
*One year warranty
*Use of 7 nm endometric chip
*Noise level of 18db and 20 db for On2U and On4U units
*Compatible with universal sockets 110v-240v
*Delivered all over the world except for the countries in the war zone

”The global market has seen lots of mining farms closing down their operations in the recent months. With the release of our new products, investors now have a great opportunity to get back on business with higher profitability than ever before,” said Hisao Saito, the CEO of OnMiners.

At the current difficulty level and price, their three miners from OnMiners were designed to deliver 100% return on investment within approximately a month. The launch of these miners certainly creates a win-win situation for the crypto mining investors because they will now be able to run a mining rig or even an entire mining farm without the need of hiring qualified personnel.

To find out more about OnMiners and their products, please visit https://www.onminers.com/

About

OnMiners is a company founded by a group of investors that have invested in the new generation of Endothermic Multi Algorithm CHIP. Their goal is to deliver cryptocurrency miners that are powerful, but have lower power consumption. Utilizing the endothermic chip technology, OnMiners offers a comprehensive range of mining rigs that are easier to set up, release less heat compared to others, and save energy bills for the users.

Contact:

Lucie Weber
lucie@onminers.com
+352 27 86 12 84

SOURCE: OnMiners S.A

 

WomenStrong International Publishes Handbook for Working with Girls

Strong Girls Make Strong Women now available online

“The road to gender justice starts with our girls.”

NEW YORK, March 8, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — This International Women’s Day, WomenStrong International proudly announces the publication online of our new Strong Girls Make Strong Women Girls’ Clubs Handbook, a free, 258-page resource designed to help girls build the protective assets they need in order to thrive.

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Our Handbook, now readily downloadable online, is intended for educators, facilitators, mentors, and policymakers seeking tools and activities to use with a group or groups of girls, to impart the knowledge, tools, and life skills known to help girls feel strong, empowered, supported, and capable of achieving their goals.

Based on the work of WomenStrong member organizations with more than 10,000 boys and girls in India, Kenya, Ghana, and Haiti, our Handbook incorporates as well best practices documented by leading scholars, practitioners, and research institutions worldwide. Strong Girls is downloadable hereand at www.womenstrong.org, either in full, or module by module; hard copies are also available upon request, at info@womenstrong.org.

Now more than ever, resources such as Strong Girls are needed, as we see girls continue to be victimized, commodified, and deprived of their dreams, here in the United States and around the world. “Indeed,” said WomenStrong Executive Director Dr. Susan M. Blaustein, “the road to gender justice starts with our girls.”

We hope our Handbook can contribute to your important work, and we invite you to join our Learning Community, to share your own experience of educating and empowering girls. On this International Women’s Day, we at WomenStrong International invite you to join us in building a world where girls can go as far as they are able, and where women have the power and freedom to lead.

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Vision Impact Institute Highlights Critical Role of Good Vision for Women and Girls on International Women’s Day

Vision for Balance campaign strives to break down stigmas preventing women from wearing glasses.

DALLAS, March 7, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — This International Women’s Day the Vision Impact Institute is highlighting the critical role good vision plays in creating a more balanced world for women and girls. Today, the organization launched the Vision for Balance campaign to encourage women and girls to share how good vision has positively impacted their lives.

Around the world, women and girls face barriers to seeing well, including lack of awareness, limited access to vision care, and cultural stigmas against wearing spectacles.  “Globally, women make up 55 percent of all people with vision impairment and two-thirds of the world’s blind, so it’s crucial that they have access to vision correction,” says Kristan Gross, Global Executive Director, Vision Impact Institute. “In many places, a woman or girl who wears a pair of glasses, faces long-perpetuated stigmas, often tied to her potential for marriage. This can result in lost opportunities for an education or job that may change the trajectory of her future.”

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A recent study of rural Indian students ages 7 to 15, suggests that the rate of myopia is higher in girls, indicating that the need for correction is greater in girls than with their male peers. Yet another study of students in Grades 8 to 10 identified the need for education to dissolve barriers to spectacle wear, finding that 32% of students avoided spectacles so as not to be seen as “unattractive to the opposite sex” – 65% of these students were girls.

“When a woman or girl wears glasses it’s important that she sees herself as a confident member of society with the ability to reach her highest potential,” says Gross.

The Vision for Balance Campaign runs through March 31. To participate, readers can share their story here: https://visionimpactinstitute.org/vision-for-balance/

About the Vision Impact Institute
The Vision Impact Institute’s mission is to raise awareness of the importance of vision correction and protection to make good vision a global priority.

The organization is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, which receives support from the Vision for Life Fund from Essilor, the world leader in ophthalmic optics. The Vision Impact Institute hosts an interactive web platform, a unique database of research, available at  visionimpactinstitute.org .

Contact Information
Andrea Kirsten-Coleman
Global Communications Manager
andrea.kirsten@visionimpactinstitute.org

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Vision Impact Institute Highlights Critical Role of Good Vision for Women and Girls on International Women’s Day

Vision for Balance campaign strives to break down stigmas preventing women from wearing glasses.

DALLAS, March 7, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — This International Women’s Day the Vision Impact Institute is highlighting the critical role good vision plays in creating a more balanced world for women and girls. Today, the organization launched the Vision for Balance campaign to encourage women and girls to share how good vision has positively impacted their lives.

Around the world, women and girls face barriers to seeing well, including lack of awareness, limited access to vision care, and cultural stigmas against wearing spectacles.  “Globally, women make up 55 percent of all people with vision impairment and two-thirds of the world’s blind, so it’s crucial that they have access to vision correction,” says Kristan Gross, Global Executive Director, Vision Impact Institute. “In many places, a woman or girl who wears a pair of glasses, faces long-perpetuated stigmas, often tied to her potential for marriage. This can result in lost opportunities for an education or job that may change the trajectory of her future.”

Vision Impact Institute logo

A recent study of rural Indian students ages 7 to 15, suggests that the rate of myopia is higher in girls, indicating that the need for correction is greater in girls than with their male peers. Yet another study of students in Grades 8 to 10 identified the need for education to dissolve barriers to spectacle wear, finding that 32% of students avoided spectacles so as not to be seen as “unattractive to the opposite sex” – 65% of these students were girls.

“When a woman or girl wears glasses it’s important that she sees herself as a confident member of society with the ability to reach her highest potential,” says Gross.

The Vision for Balance Campaign runs through March 31. To participate, readers can share their story here: https://visionimpactinstitute.org/vision-for-balance/

About the Vision Impact Institute
The Vision Impact Institute’s mission is to raise awareness of the importance of vision correction and protection to make good vision a global priority.

The organization is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, which receives support from the Vision for Life Fund from Essilor, the world leader in ophthalmic optics. The Vision Impact Institute hosts an interactive web platform, a unique database of research, available at  visionimpactinstitute.org .

Contact Information
Andrea Kirsten-Coleman
Global Communications Manager
andrea.kirsten@visionimpactinstitute.org

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