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1  Economy / Computer hardware / 3x Pod miners 200Mhz+ bitcoin miners on: June 26, 2018, 07:49:53 PM
I have 3 gekkoscience pod miners that all hash nicely at 200-250Mhz depending on ambient temperature.

$125 each, shipped CONUS.  Some crypto OK, check/mo/PP gift ok.

Hash rate varies based on the speed they are run at.  To run them you need to download and build the required version of cgminer.

Everything you want to know about  them is here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1845307.0

Support thread is here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3009183.0
2  Economy / Computer hardware / Selling Antminer S9 13.5+ with server PSU, in hand, USA Escrow accepted on: February 25, 2018, 12:47:09 AM
I have an almost new, Antminer S9 from the Jan batch.  It is currently mining at my house but I have to move soon, and won't have 220V power at my new place.

It has a server PSU (Amity Labs AMP1400X1) 220V, with a 220 V 6P twist lock plug.  Please note this high efficiency power supply is 220V ONLY.  

100% working, all boards hash great, I can provide currently running stats, screenshots, etc.  

$2800 USD or BTC, shipped,   Escrow fine, if buyer pays fees.  Shipping to US only.  

ETA - Dropped price


3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Good altcoin for FPGA effort? on: December 07, 2017, 06:23:12 PM
I have access to several modern Xilinx FPGA boards.  They are no longer useful for their original purpose, but have PCIE, ethernet, USB and their own dedicated DRAMS and ARM processors.

I'm thinking about trying to develop a miner with one as a project to learn more logic design.  What is a good altcoin algorithm for FPGA that is not already overwhelmed by ASICs?  This would just be to see if I can figure out enough logic design to make it do something useful.
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