For quite some time, cryptocurrency mining has been a huge industry, with many people using their powerful PCs to generate income. However, as we all know, the success was quite limited because mining became less profitable after the cryptocurrency market crashed, and Ethereum switched to the Proof-of-Stake.

Many crypto mining farm owners decided to sell their graphics cards before it was too late after they realized that mining was becoming less profitable.

This brings us to a Vietnamese crypto mining farm owner who, like others, decided to sell his Graphics Cards after mining became less profitable. However, it appears that in order to give graphics cards shine like brand new we can see him washing his mining RIGs with a garden hose before selling them. 


The majority of the cards look to be Nvidia GeForce RTX series cards, which are quite hard to get your hands on a few months back. For individuals who were unable to purchase the RTX series due to prohibitively high prices, which are getting better after the cryptocurrency market crash, or unavailability, this would have been very upsetting.

A Twitter user went ahead and made fun of the owner of the Vietnamese crypto mining farm, which is hilarious because it has happened previously for mined graphics cards to be marketed as brand-new.


On that note, what do you think about this Vietnamese miner that washed his mining RIGs before selling them? Let us know in the comments section.

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Avinash Jaisrani
[News Reporter] Avinash is currently pursuing a Business degree in Australia. For more than three years, he has been working as a gaming journalist, utilizing his writing skills and love for gaming to report on the latest updates in the industry. Avinash loves to play action games like Devil May Cry and has also been mentioned on highly regarded websites, such as IGN, GamesRadar, GameRant, Dualshockers, CBR, and Gamespot.