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1  Local / Deutsch (German) / Bitcoin Logo rechtlich geschützt ? on: July 27, 2017, 10:34:47 AM
Hi zusammen :-)

Mal eine frage die mich länger beschäftigt. Wenn eine Cryptocompany das BTC logo in ihrem eigenen logo verwendet, ist das rechtlich problematisch ?

Kann man die marke inkl. logo eintragen lassen obwohl es das BTC logo oder das BTC logo in abgewandelter form verwendet ?  Huh

2  Bitcoin / Hardware / Bitfury 120GH/S 65nm low power Ascis [Group buy with hosting] on: June 08, 2013, 03:40:35 PM
Hi guys,

Me and Foofighter just want to inform you about the new Bitfury 120GH/S asic miners.

Those mining devices are very efficient due to their low power consumption.

Technical Details:  (Thanks to bitcentury)

The design is built on the 65nm UMC Process (
Bitcoin Engines: 756 Rolled cores (65 Cycles per Hash)
Expected operational frequency: 250Mhz-900Mhz
Packaging: QFN48
Conservative design, could be 40% smaller
Risk interconnect and transistor variations +/- 20%
Core implemented using full custom design process (some global place & route)
Number of transistors per "core": 55,000
Power estimate obtained from hspice simulation
Design optimised for low power and minimum size rather than high clock rate

Each chip is capable of 2.8-10.4Gh/s using a 750 core design
Estimated Chip Power Consumption: 1.96-7.26W (0.7W per 1Gh/s)
Estimated Power Consumption at Wall: 1.4W per 1Gh/s (<200W per 120Gh/s Device)

There is a reseller who sells single bitfury´s for 34 BTC ( ) . I know this is a huge amount of BTC, thats why we started a community mining Project. We currently ordered 3 devices, maybe today the 4th one ! We want to get to a amount of 5 devices.

You can check it out here --->

Get your Shares now :-) The preorder amount and time is limited ! Due to storage and power matters, we will cap this Project at 5 devices !

Best Regards

3  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Mk802IIIs Vs Raspberry PI on: May 25, 2013, 06:45:50 AM
Hi guys , i just wanted to ask if someone controlls his mining rig with a mk802IIIs or mk802III ? just wanted to know if it works well or if there are some Problems. I know it only got wifi, but you could buy a usb to RJ45 or use wifi, but i dont know how the wifi performs. Got many Problems with wifi on some cheap China devices. So are there any field reports about wifi or stability issus  ? Smiley

Based on the specs it should outperform the pi...

for all who don´t know this device :
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