Estimates the value of Bitcoin hashrate that miners receive from FPPS Bitcoin mining pools.
The price of Bitcoin, compared with the network difficulty.
Displays the live emission of new Bitcoin being created, in addition to network transaction fees.
The average cost per mining rig divided by its hashrate (TH), grouped into efficiency or chip technology buckets.
Historical cost of the most popular SHA-256 ASIC miners.
Comparison of capital expenditure vs operating cost of mining rigs for different chip size buckets.
Public PoW Companies, that manufacture mining equipment, use mining equipment to produce cryptocurrency or provides hosting services to cryptocurrency miners.
Total Revenue: refers to the sum of both operating and non-operating revenues. Revenue figures are as of last fiscal year. For companies not listed in the U.S., revenue’s are converted using today’s exchange rate. This may cause a few percent in difference from reported numbers.
Revenue per MW: a measure of efficiency that shows how much revenue the business generates per MW of power available. Some companies are not operating at full capacity.
EBITDA Margin: a measure of profitability by taking EBITDA as a percentage of total revenue.
Market Cap: market cap of the security calculated as shares outstanding times previous day close price. The number of shares outstanding is calculated as the difference between issued shares and treasury shares.
Enterprise Value (EV): is a measure of a company’s total value. It is used to measure the entire company’s value (equity + debt). It is calculated by taking market capitalization, adding outstanding debt and subtracting cash and cash equivalents.
EV / Revenue: the enterprise value-to-revenue multiple (EV/R) is a measure of the value of a stock that compares a company’s enterprise value to its revenue.
52 Week Range: indicates the lowest and highest value the stock close price traded within the last 52 weeks.