cite from [qubic status update](https://blog.iota.org/qubic-status-update-august-3rd-2018-73468079d414) : "There has also been some progress on the translator that will allow us to run a qubic on FPGA. "
If I had a FPGA then does it matter what model or brand it is to execute qubicals on it? (besides the speed)
examples: Xilinx VCU1525 FPGA (expensive) and a Altera DE1 (cheap)
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