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1  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTB] Acquiring a Mid Sized Mining Farm on: September 13, 2018, 01:27:31 AM
You may have seen my other post about purchasing ASICs, however if you are looking to completely liquidate your mining farm business for under 200k please let me know. Competitive pricing. Must be located in North America.

Not looking to purchase the building. PM me for further discussion.

Cheers,
- Luke
2  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTB] Bulk Antminer L3+ & APW3++ (500 ASICs) on: September 13, 2018, 01:12:23 AM
Hey guys, looking to purchase a large amount of L3+ ASICS from anyone who is liquidating or downsizing. I'm also interested in APW3++ PSU's as well.

I'm able to acquire brand new L3+'s directly from Bitmain for $145. (Through use of $50 coupons.) So it would need be significantly lower than Bitmains offering. Please, no scam offerings. You will be vetted & escrow will be used. Tldr; scammers, don't waste your time.

Serious offers only. Minimum sale must be 100+ ASICs to be considered. Located in Dallas, TX.

Cheers & Happy mining! Smiley





3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / How to bulk order 500 S9/L3+ from Bitmain? on: September 12, 2018, 06:02:58 PM
Hey guys. Looking into setting up a large scale farm (been small for over a year now).

How do I go about ordering 500 ASICS from Bitmain? Do they allow coupons? I have a few hundred 50$ coupons. Iíve tried finding their sales email, no luck. Does anyone know the shipping process for this? Iíd imagine a container, as UPS is extremely expensive.

Also, for power distribution... how are large scale farms doing it? Surely they just not be using a million PDU strips. Thatís insanely expensive. Where are the miners plugging into if not a a PDU? I guess Iíll talk to my electrician. But if anyone could answer thatíd be great.

Please yíall, let me know.
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