The data from Keepa suggests that Ethereum — the second largest cryptocurrency after Bitcoin — miners may have pushed the prices of GPUs. The heart and soul of gaming machines reportedly excel at matrix algebra and is generally good at machine learning. The report suggests that it also a great tool for mining Ethereum. The data from Keepa also reveals that in the last six years the prices of GPUs have been very much in sync with Ethereum’s value. For example, in 2020, the price of Ethereum went up from $107 to $4400, the prices of GPUs also went up. However, currently, Etherum’s price is down 40% but GPU prices haven’t fallen down.

A. Yes

B. No

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