The U.S. Commerce Department conducted global survey of semiconductor supply chain companies.
Results show supply is still far too short to meet current market demand for chips. Biden administration says situation will remain dire for at least the rest of 2022.
It remains to be seen if the Biden administration’s estimates are correct and whether we will have to wait longer.
The survey didn’t reveal any evidence of hoarding, but some prices do appear to be inflated and the Commerce Department is going to review them, but it will continue to collect data from companies and collect data.
In the past two years, there may be some light in the dark for mining cards may drop due to the current cryptocurrency crash and the demand for mining chips may also stabilize as soon as this year, according to sources in the coming months.