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1  Bitcoin / Hardware / Voice yourself to KnCMiner on: January 30, 2014, 12:27:10 AM
Hi all

I've starting this thread so that anyone who is interested in Purchasing upgrade modules/Jupiters from KnCMiner should voice their needs to them.

We need to let them know we are interested and that we need some type of answer. They've gone silent long enough.

Back in December they told us to ready our Bitcoins for the sale of Jupiters and upgrade modules. Since then we've heard NOTHING regarding it.

We need some kind of answer from them.

If we show them we have enough interest, they will either:

1. Sell the Jupiters/Upgrade Modules

or

2. Let us know that it is no longer a possibility

They need to let us know SOMETHING.


Please take 5 minutes out of your busy life and let them know you want to purchase from them.

Send one email (to both email addresses) to info@kncminer.com & sales@kncminer.com

And post here to let everyone know you're interested so we can keep track as well (what you want to purchase and how many). I will try to keep up and update this thread with everyone's interest and email KnC the link to this thread so they can see as well.


Example: You may use this and change what you need/want to or create your own. Thank you.





Dear KnC,

     We your past/current/future customer would like to get an update as to if or when you will be selling the Jupiter units and the Upgrade Modules. We have been patiently waiting from Dec. 14th, when you announced that you may be selling more units, and to have our coins handy. We have not heard back from you guys since then regarding this subject.

     We are very interested in purchasing more Jupiter's and/or Upgrade Modules. Please inform us as to when that may occure, or if you no longer have an interest in receiving our business towards your products.

     Your feedback will be greatly appreciated.



Thank you.



UPDATE: People who have emailed so far:




     Username                               Interested in                          Quantity

1. joeventura
2  Economy / Securities / Bitcoin investment [Please Read] on: August 10, 2013, 11:37:29 AM
Hi everyone,

       First off, I just want to start by saying this is a great forum and seems to be a very involved and helpful community.
I wanted to run a business investment idea by you guys and see what kind of responses I get, I would greatly appreciate any and all feedback (positive or negative.)

I want to start an investment mining company. I currently have an order with KnCMiners for their 200GH/s miner, which is expected to be delivered sometime in October (I suspect late October for worst case scenarios, even though they say they are ahead of schedule for the first batch of Sept. deliveries). I want to sell 5Gh/s shares to investors for approximately $100 (Or BTC equivalent) a share. I will use the investing money to purchase a  400GH/s unit (or more units if I have enough investors); in total I would be hashing at 600+GH/s (the units are guaranteed to run at a minimum of 400GH/s for the 400GH/s unit, but is expected to be over 400GH/s, so basically your share would be worth more then 5GH/s a share.)

The shares will be for a year contract from the date of me receiving the units, and I chose one year because I don't expect any profit from this type of hardware after that point as 2nd and 3rd generation chips will be out by then. Screen shots of all payments to KnCMiner will be provided, along with a tracking number for the units so that everything is transparent and you cannot accuse me of receiving the unit and hashish away for myself for a week without anyone knowing.

In total, I will be offering 120 shares of [5Gh/s] with a 3% fee (separate from pool fee) to cover running costs (such as electricity bill, internet, a small website for regular updates, and time put into labor.) I would like a minimum of 60 Shares sold to risk covering the difference my self. The shares will have weekly payments to your wallet address (total Bitcoins will be split by 120 after subtracting 3% fee and paid by how many shares you own. I plan to own at least 40 shares.), and I will provide screenshots of weekly earnings, so you know I am not cheating you in anyway (as I've said, I want to be transparent with the business.)

I currently estimate Return On Investment to be approximately 3-4 months from the time I receive the unit(s) based on 200m Difficulty (it is currently at 37m as of this writing) and the value of Bitcoins holding at least around $100 per coin.

In regards to payments; I can only accept payments through BTC (no fee) or PayPal (may involve a small fee, I will check with Paypal) only.

Please let me know if you are interested (or if you have ideas to add on, or even criticisms), as I want to get this up and running as quickly as possible, and I don't want to fall further behind on the 400GH/s order, every single day means behind someone else in queue for the 400GH/s order. Final decision will be made by Aug 17th 12PM EST based of your feed backs if I will be venturing into this or not.


I know you guys must be thinking "Why would I trust you with my money?" As I've said, I want to be transparent with business, as soon as I have enough interest, I will set up a website that gives more personal information about me, including cell phone number so you can contact me directly. For now this is what you get;

Info about me:
My name is Asif (pronounced Ah-seef and not As-If)
I live in Miami, FL
I am 27 years old
I am currently attending college for a Computer Engineering degree


My current setup for mining:
2x MSI Radeon HD 7970 OC ($850)
1x MSI Radeon HD 7950  ($350)
1x Shapire Radeon HD 7870 OC ($280)
9x USB AsicMiner Block Erupters ($1100)
Total hashing power 5.1Gh/s

I currently have a BFL 5GH/s Jalepino on backorder (order date March 15th) which I expect to receive sometime in October or November if BFL doesn't slow down their shipping.
I have also ordered and paid for a KnCMiner Mercury (100GH/s), which I'm going to be upgrading (make the payment for the upgrade) to the Saturn (200GH/s) tomorrow so that I am guaranteed to have a minimum 200GH/s unit by end of October if things go as planned with KnCMiner.

I will do whatever I can to try and help you make your money back as quickly as possible; I plan to add the BFL 5GH/s unit, along with my 3GH/s USB Block Erupters (a total of 8GH/s) to the total pool (a month after I receive the BFL Jalepino to help cover its cost) for no additional cost to you to help cover some of the rise in difficulty ( I know its not a lot of hashing power over all, but something is better then nothing).

I currently have over $7,000 invested in bitcoin mining, and I don't take that lightly. I've put in all my savings into this, and I want to succeed in this venture, and I want to help you along the way for helping me.

Thank you very much for taking the time to read this, and thank you in advance for your considerations, interests, and criticisms.

-Asif
3  Other / Beginners & Help / Hashrate vs Shares on: May 28, 2013, 02:19:48 PM
Hey everyone, this is my first post on this forum, so I would just like to say hello to everyone first.

Second, I have a question about hash rate vs accepted shares;

I have two MSI R7970 OC BE GPUs, My main card (My computer is also a daily user), I have it overclocked to 1120Mhz with stock memory (1375Mhz), and my second card I have it overclocked to 1160Mhz with 900Mhz memory, with both undervolted to 1180mv.

What I have been constantly seeing is that my main card (Averaging about 670MH/s) is getting more then twice the accepted shares vs my second card (averaging 720Mh/s). For example, after about 3 hours, I see the main card with 1000 accepted shares, and my second card with only 490 accepted shares.  Does anyone know why that is? Or how I can start matching my second card with my main card? I'm only credited for accepted shares, so I would like to get a higher share rate for my second card.

I am not getting any hardware errors or any excessive amount of rejects; on either card I get about 250 rejects out of about 8000 shares.

If someone could please help me with this I would greatly appreciate it, I've already invested a lot of money on this rig, and I would at least like to breakeven on my investment.

Again, thank you guys for your help.

-Asif
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