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1  Economy / Computer hardware / WTB Z15 -EU on: May 08, 2020, 07:03:12 AM
Hi,

looking to buy 1 x Antminer Z15.

Interested in ESCROW (due to amount).
Option to lower the import tax (you know what i mean)

Would prefer to work with users that have been here (for a while) and/or with a positive reputation.

Message here/ PM / DM

Thanks
2  Economy / Computer hardware / WTB Antminer S9J UK or EU on: January 14, 2020, 01:54:50 AM
Hi,

Interested in purchasing Antminer s9j in low quantities, up to 5 pieces. PSU Included.

Would prefer from UK buyer to reduce postage costs.

PM/DM or post here your price/what you have for sale

Paying Cash/BTC/Paypal , escrow welcomed
3  Economy / Computer hardware / [SOLD] antminer 2xs9j (14.5th), 2xt17e (54th), 1xinno t2t (30th) [EU/UK] on: January 09, 2020, 09:19:07 PM
Hi,

Currently have for sale:

2 x s9j 14.5 th with PSU BTC0.017* each SOLD

2 x T17e 54th (PSU included) BTC0.12* each 1 miner left SOLD

1 x inno T2T 30th (psu included) BTC0.058* Sold


As they are currently in EU/UK no import tax or duty is needed to be paid.



Accepting BTC and Escrow from this website.


Prices do not include shipping, the buyer is responsible for the type of shipping prefered (fast/insured/etc...)


Prices are negotiable if sensible offers are being made

Hash-boards will be marked with UV writing.
For s9j and t2t 15 days money-back guarantee if seals are not tampered with and DAO (non-transport damage).
For t17e whilst still in warranty (end of February-ish start of March 2020) will assist with any issues.  
Transport damage not covered, for own peace of mind, you can ensure the parcels.


Packaging: Original packaging (survived from China to the UK in that)


Any additional info required, PM/DM or post here, will answer ASAP


*Price subject to change depending on BTC variation, for the avoidance of any doubt contact for price update
4  Bitcoin / Pools / Actual Pool Fees on: October 18, 2019, 02:59:26 PM
I am interested in the actual fee paid (or lost opportunity even) for pools.

BTC.com, available here https://pool.btc.com charges 4.06% for each TH/hour averaged by the pool, so not what the Asic is showing you), or, as seen explained below how I got to this number, ₿0.00000003/TH/Hour.

I have been now mining at BTC.com (not the best as I have heard) and always feel I am somehow losing out due to not having an accurate fee displayed. For a pool, it is easy to hide behind anything like 'you pay more for the service', or 'you pay this, but we give you X or Y as benefit'.

After a year now with this pool, I have ended up with a possible way to calculate the exact fee that one pays on his pool based on the average 24h TH, daily payout (or earnings that remain in the pool until the threshold is met), and Whattomine Asic https://whattomine.com/asic.

For WhatToMine I usually select only the algorithm I need and input the daily average from the pool in the Gh/s box and put 0 in the Watts box to calculate the daily outcome - which is the Rev. BTC in the table used by myself forward.

These are the numbers used:
24h TH/s average: 58.65TH/s
The payout from BTC for the average: ₿0.00110332
The payout according to Whattomine for the same average: ₿0.00115000

Furthermore, I did the 1TH/s payout as ₿0.00110332(or daily outcome)/24 for both BTC pool and Whattomine and then divided the result by 24 to get an hourly pay per TH.

This got me to:
BTC pool pays ₿0.00000078 / TH / Hour (*at current difficulty)
while Whattomine approximates this as ₿0.00000082 / TH / Hour

The difference of 3 Satoshi (or ₿0.00000003)

With this difference is did the following to get the exact fee being charged 100%*0.00000003/0.00000082 resulting in 4.06% fee.

I am curious what other pools EXACT fee is, not what it is advertised, but what is paid out as this would allow all of us (not only me) to maximise on our hourly rate (and overall profit).

*If my math is flawed, please let me know, and I will adjust it.
5  Economy / Digital goods / [WTS] Bitmain $200 coupon going for $100 OBO, works on S17PRO at $2k on: October 16, 2019, 08:48:38 PM
looking for $100, or BTC equivalent

conditions can be seen here: https://imgur.com/a/2hpy9wD

escrow from this forum
6  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] [UK/EU] / [WTT] Innosilicon T2T30 (T2TZS) on: September 25, 2019, 08:19:36 AM
Looking to sell or trade for a Bitmain equivalent in th/s or W/h my Innosilicon T2T (ZS model) 30TH/h

Paid a little over 1200 for it, including transport and customs.

Looking for 0.10 BTC or 700

Miner is in the UK atm
Transport not included.
Will do escrow buyer pays
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Mining newly announced?! on: July 31, 2018, 06:14:24 AM
Hey,

We all like easy coins to get and the lower the difficulty the better, unless the coin is out for a couple of months and the dif is still low, a warning sign of the coin future.

My question is: How can one find all the newly launched mineable coins and jump right in to max out?

(Searching alot everyday on forums is ok, when you have the time. i was doing that, but now i do not have that time anymore...)
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Innosilicon A8+ Crypto 240kh/s ?! on: April 12, 2018, 04:42:07 PM
Hey, just goy this email:

Dear Customer,
Have a great day.
We will launching A8+ miner soon, do you have any interest? Our A8 was bought by our customers in China and it is sold out in one day yesterday.
We are lauching new machines for new coins,of course,we are selling our LTC miners A4+/A6 and Dash miner A5/A5+ and we are partner of Halong and we also selling dragonmint miners.
Miner Model   A8+
POW Algorithm   CryptoNight
Coin   XMC、ETN、KRB、DCY etc.
Hashrate   240kh/s
Power consumption   480w
Power Efficiency   2J/kh
Weight   7.3kg
Dimensions   35*25*16CM
If you have any interest, we could communicate more.
Best wishes to you.

Best regards
Jessica Zhang


What do you guys believe?

What price will this be at?

Is it worth it? Undecided
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Portofolio - hodl of dump ? on: March 17, 2018, 08:46:31 AM
These are my current 'eggs'. As you can see the basket is varied, but i am interested if any of them would not be worth keeping, and why.

XSH shield coin

TRTL turtle coin

BTCP bitcoin private

RVN Raven coin

XVG verge coin

BWK bulwark

BTC bitcoin


10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / [BPTC] Value (guess)estimate on: March 04, 2018, 08:06:32 AM
Right, the fork happened, people have dumped ZCL and wait to buy maybe cheaper in, maybe not coming back at all.


What is your opinion on the price 1 BTCP could have now ?

How much would you trade it for ?
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / [RAVEN] Posible going up,down,when, why? HOLD? (x16r coin) on: February 24, 2018, 05:37:03 PM
Hi everyone,

As you are all aware the algo x16r (https://ravencoin.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/X16R-Whitepaper.pdf  ) uses a mix a few other algo ( details https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2752467.0 ).

The dificulty went up and aparantly now it can NOT be mined effectively with a CPU, but older GPU are still doing wonders ( some even reported that OC is innefective with this coin - not interested in that hence will not go in details).

Ohh yes, not currently on a market exchange, but is just 1 month and a bit old coin.


I am after speculations into this coin:

What value can it reach ? (how long ?)

When would you consider selling ? (and why?)

When would you worry it is going under and jump ships ? (any signs to watch out for?)







If you are not aware of this coin and wish a LONG deep dive found a 2 hours and a half here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gMpW1nehe54



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