The Marshalls plan to build their own mining hardware will be an ambitious move, and one that could potentially revolutionize the mining industry.
Bitcoin mining has been largely centralized for the last year, as miners compete to produce the most blocks for a particular mining pool, and there are no centralized pools to compete with.
However, the Marshalls are planning on taking their own approach, building their own machines and using their own software to mine Bitcoin blocks.
The Marshalls say their new mining machine will be powered by an AMD APU-based AMD Ryzen 7 processor.
AMD recently announced its Ryzen Threadripper CPUs, which have been on the market for several years.
The Marshals plan to use the Threadrippers in the mining pool.AMD says that they will be shipping a prototype of their new machine in November, and that the machine will include a 1TB hard drive, 32GB RAM, HDMI output, 802.11ac WiFi, Bluetooth 4.1, and a USB 3.1 Type-C port.
AMD says that the Marshals will be using the machines in their mining pools.AMD is not the only company planning to use their own processors for mining.
As a part of the upcoming release of AMD Ryzen chipsets, Intel has also announced plans to offer mining hardware from its own manufacturing plants.
The plans have yet to be announced by AMD or Intel, but it is believed that they are a part the next-generation Intel Core CPUs that will be introduced later this year.