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1  Economy / Service Discussion / unable to withdraw BTC from 796 no response from support over 24 hours on: January 31, 2015, 02:17:46 PM
Currently when I try to withdraw BTC from 796 I get an error saying unable to withdraw BTC at this time.

After the recent hack this has me very concerned.

I need my BTC and have opened 2 tickets first one status important 2nd status critical. Now over 24 hours with no response.

Just a heads up for people.
2  Economy / Service Announcements / www.coinvapers.com -- ecig kit for bitcoin on: September 30, 2014, 09:40:13 AM
Hey folks,


just a quick introduction to our ecig mod shop.

We are a UK based company selling ecig mods at really cheap prices, direct for bitcoin. Our prices are probably the cheapest on the web because of the lack of merchant fees for using bitcoin, we cut around 3% of our costs.

We have genuine Aspire, Innokin, Nautilus etc, plus loads of coils and accessories. We also have some ganja vaping kit too.


visit us at

www.coinvapers.com

Cheesy
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Pre ANN CartelCoin -- Making You An Offer You Can't Refuse on: August 20, 2014, 04:51:03 PM


Do not Ask Questions.

Further information will be provided as and when the cartel see fit.

4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / help please solo mining on Scrypt ASIC on: July 21, 2014, 08:53:50 AM
Can someone point me to the easiest way to solo mine on a scrypt ASIC please.

It's wirelessly networked to the same network my PC with the wallet is on, is there some way I can just point it at my wallet daemon?
5  Economy / Reputation / studio1one reputation thread on: May 23, 2014, 10:17:01 AM
Here I am Smiley
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Gathering interest -- Group buy Innosilicon A2 Terminator 84 MH Scyrpt ASIC on: April 28, 2014, 02:02:28 PM
Innosilicon are making the new A2 Chip, they are also making a miner too.

The miner is 12K USD, without shipping minimum order Quantity 20 miners.

http://www.innosilicon.com/A2.htm


read the bottom of the page.


I am not looking to make a profit out of this, just I don't have the funds ready to buy 20 so looking to put together a group to get the funds to buy 20.

This machine is 84 M/hash Scrypt with small power usage, around 800W for the 84 M/hash.

I have organised many group buys on here for Gridseed and have excellent contacts in China.

I would have to work out a final price for these to include shipping etc but have been speaking to Innosilicon and have an agent in China who could organise things

Anyone interested in going in this group buy let me know.

We need at least 20. I want 5 so 15 needed


x--------------------x
x Studio1one - 5       x
x                            x
x                            x
x                            x
x                            x
x                            x
x                            x
x                            x
x                            x
x--------------------x

15 remaining before order can be placed.


We can talk about payment options etc if everyone is interested in purchase.

As Innosilicon do not take Fiat then BTC could be acceptable but price in BTC will have to be arranged at time of purchase so we can get it converted to fiat on the spot at spot price

Fiat payment would be better.
7  Economy / Speculation / Knocking right on the door of the medium / long term trend on: April 15, 2014, 09:14:51 AM
We are currently touching the very edge of the down trend that hit right at the peak of bitcoin. I mean really knocking on the door. If we break above it I expect a major rally. Would so love to see this broken.

I think this is why, looking at order books we have just hit huge resistance levels. 3400 coins to bump up only 4 points on Stamp.

520 would break the long term resistance.

8  Bitcoin / Group buys / Gridseed Group Buy Round 4 -- 20 for 2000 GBP free shipping on: April 09, 2014, 08:52:48 AM
After completing 3 group buys with 600 sales and 100% happy customers we are back with round 4.

Gridseed prices have dropped dramatically and so we can pass that on to you.

Cheapest option is 20 shipped direct from China for 2000 GBP, free shipping (well 1BGP, cart bug if we set to free it deletes the shipping option).

10 now 1150GBP

1 now 125 GBP

Groupbuy round 2 can be found here

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=500002.0

Groupbuy round 1 can be found here

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=468963.0

Grouo Buy round 3 can be found here

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=523494.0


You can see all faulty and DOA miners are replaced instantly, no messing no bullshit.

Miners will ship from China within 5 days of purchase. UK will ship within 7 days of purchase.

We have bought 500 miners in this round.

All purchases need to be made via our website

www.bitcoinminingmachines.co.uk

Fast shipping, warranties dealt with quickly and painlessly. No scams no bullshit. Read our trust, we are here to provide miners at a good price with solid after sales service.
9  Economy / Speculation / Just hit a triple top with an interleaved double bottom. on: April 01, 2014, 07:38:54 AM
Hold onto your pants time I think. We are going one way or the other. If we break out from the triple top then support will be massive. If we fail to break resistance then I think we will drop down deeply below the long term 440 support line. the next test of support is at 400 and if that goes we are deep down.

Hard to call which way we will go right now for me, buy orders have increased over the last 24 hours but we really need to break the resistance of this triple top

10  Bitcoin / Group buys / [open] Gridseed Dual Asic Round 3 on: March 20, 2014, 11:57:37 AM
As last time it will be 200 units exactly. This may be our last round as Gridseed Minimum order has upped to 500 and we don't have the funds to buy 500 currently.


We have already succesfully sold and shipped 400 units of Gridseed via this forum.



This round is ordered, paid for and tomorrow Gridseed are shipping to my agent

We expect arrival in UK late next week if no hitches, last time we had a couple of days delay as the invoice had the wrong VAT number on.

We always update our thread with status updates and show the tracking of goods once they are shipped from China.

Of course it is impossible to give exact timescales before the items are with my agent but this is around how it was last time.

I will update as I get confirmed info from Gridseed

See previous groupbuy thread here

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=468963.0

and here

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=500002.0



We have negotiated with our agent in China to ship orders of 10 or more, directly to you.

If you would prefer for customs reasons (ie you are in EU and it will be cheaper for you to have them shipped from UK) then please add, ship from UK  then  at checkout select DHL Express (international from UK) or similar.

We have added a little onto the shipping costs if you choose ship from UK this means that we get a little to cover the import costs we will have to pay when goods arrive with us and also by choosing ships from UK.

Remember as we ship from EU, anyone in EU who doesn't choose ship from China gets no customs or import costs

Shipping the goods internationally directly to customers from China has allowed us to save time and money, which we can pass on.


Pricing will be as follows

1 Gridseed GBP 145

1 Gridseed with all accessories GBP 150

10 Gridseed GBP 1400

10 Gridseed with all accessory GBP 1450

Plus shipping


All purchases must be made via our website

www.bitcoinminingmachines.co.uk
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / [gauging interest] Hosted Gridseed Farm -- 200 units split into 1000 shares on: March 05, 2014, 09:49:05 AM
As some of you will already know we are a Gridseed reseller. We have sold a few hundred units of Gridseed succesfully via the forum already.

We are considering offering a hosted Gridseed farm of 200 units, with scaling prices dropping the more shares you buy.

This is a breakdown of how we are planning to run it.

The farm will be running at 800mhz so should run 60 at Mhash

We will mine at clever mining pool

http://www.clevermining.com/

The way it works is that it autoswitches between most profitable coin and auto flips them to BTC

The pool is very open and stats are great and easy for all to see, everything will be totally transparent.

You can see here http://www.clevermining.com/users the users and stats, all members of the group will get the user ID and can see the BTC made in the last 24 hours.

Everyone in the group will get the public wallet address to see how much BTC is in there and can compare against the stats on clever mining pool.

Every Friday the BTC will be divided into 1000 and then sent to each member of the group depending how many shares they own.

Before the money is divided amongst the group we will take our maintenance fee, which will be GBP 150 every week to cover electricity costs and admin costs of keeping the farm running and managing payouts.

We feel it is more fair to do it this way as it negates any fluctuation in crypto prices, unfortunately we can't pay our electricity bill in BTC.


Prices will be offered as follows

less than 10 shares GBP 32 per share

10 to 20 shares -- GBP 29 per share

21 to 50 shares -- GBP 28 per share

50 shares and above GBP 26 per share.

This offers excellent value compared to purchasing miners at around the same price.



If there is enough interest we will take this forwards, put an order in for all the kit and then get it moving.

Please register interest below.

12  Bitcoin / Group buys / [IN STOCK]] Gridseed Dual Asic Round 2 -- price updated on: March 04, 2014, 02:20:40 PM

As last time it will be 200 units exactly.

I had hoped to open today but two things stopped us

1. Resolving Gridseeds total Failure to send the controller boards we ordered

2. Updating shipping tables to work with our new setup.

Tomorrow We will order and pay for round 2 with Gridseed. This round will not be open until I have confirmed schedule and order with Gridseed and sent payment.

We expect items to ship out of China middle - late next week. The reasons being -- 2 days for international wire transfer -- 3 day lead time for Gridseed to ship to my agent, 1 day for them to arrive with my agent, then 1 day for him to organise and ship out.

Of course it is impossible to give exact timescales before the items are with my agent but this is around how it was last time.

I will update as I get confirmed info from Gridseed

See previous groupbuy thread here

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=468963.0


Things will work slightly different this time with several packages and different shipping options.

We have negotiated with our agent in China to ship orders of 10 or more, directly to you.

If you would prefer for customs reasons (ie you are in EU and it will be cheaper for you to have them shipped from UK) then please add, ship from UK as an addon on the product page(20), then  at checkout select DHL Express (international from UK) or similar.

This means that we get a little to cover the import costs we will have to pay when goods arrive with us and also by choosing ships from UK.

Shipping the goods internationally directly to customers from China has allowed us to save time and money, which we can pass on.


Pricing will be as follows

20 Gridseed direct from China GBP 1700 free shipping

1 Gridseed GBP 100

1 Gridseed with all accessories GBP 110
10 Gridseed GBP 1000

10 Gridseed with all accessory GBP 1100


Plus shipping

I will update thread title as open and when order is confirmed by Gridseed and we have updated the shipping module to reflect the latest shipping options.

All purchases must be made via our website

www.bitcoinminingmachines.co.uk
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Proposal: UK Bitcoin Trade Association on: March 03, 2014, 12:22:42 PM
following on from the thread regarding bank issues and a suggestion by Franky, this is something I have thought about before.

would it be worth forming a trade association for Bitcoin related UK businesses to lobby HMRC, banks and politicians to clear the way for us and help us all grow and succeed.

At present government and HMRC policy is murky at best and most banks will not accept bitcoin related businesses. An organised association could help achieve the following

Clear up tax legislation
Champion the cause and increase adoption rates
Improve public image with press releases
Lobby MP's to bring up issues in parliament
Put together packs to send to major banks and lobby adoption
Create best practice guides for companies that wish to trade bitcoin / are mostly bitcoin related.

Any thoughts on practicalities / impracticalities, whether we could actually achieve anything welcome.

Quite happy to be shot down in flames if the community thinks its bullshit.
14  Economy / Service Discussion / Important. Gox, have not filed for bankruptcy on: February 28, 2014, 10:04:38 AM
Gox have filed for protection from bankruptcy, not bankruptcy itself.

This is done when a company believes given time they can restructure and become solvent again.

Read the difference.

http://www.differencebetween.net/business/difference-between-bankruptcy-and-bankruptcy-protection/
15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Alleged IRC chat log with Mark Karapeles yesterday by member of WickedFire admin on: February 26, 2014, 08:12:43 AM
http://www.wickedfire.com/shooting-shit/179038-my-conversation-mark-karpeles-mtgox-2.html#post2164682

read for yourselves.

Legit?

I'm not convinced
16  Bitcoin / Group buys / [SOLD OUT] Gridseed 5 chip miners Shipping from UK to worldwide on: February 16, 2014, 11:39:39 AM
OK,


I am aware I have not been around the forums too long but we are a hardware importer and retailer based in UK

You can find the thread about our website here

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=434858.0

UK Ltd company, my personal name and status as a director on there, physical address and as much info as I can give you to prove status as genuine.

I have an order for 200 Gridseed 5 chip miners placed and waiting to ship, these are placed wholesale direct with Gridseed and not through the diginforce website . All orders need to be placed via our website.

www.bitcoinminingmachines.co.uk

our address

2-4 Millyard
Wharfebank Business Centre
Otley
LS21 3JP

You can pay by Paypal or by BTC. We need orders placed by our website for accurate stock control and address storage.

We expect delivery to UK around the 27th February, on which date you are welcome to come and collect. Any member of the forum wants to come and visit us on site previous to arrival or payment they are welcome to, I am at pains to take every step I can to prove legitimacy, I have seen so many scams around here I understand people get nervous. that's why Paypal is accepted.

Refunds up until day of shipping from us to you are no problem.

Prices -
1-10 -- 165 GBP + shipping
10+ -- 145 GBP + shipping
Wiiboard - 70 GBP + shipping

We have a fixed amount of 200 available on this batch. Hopeful to order a 2nd batch shortly, once we can gauge interest in the first batch.

Please check our returns policy and process, which is in full accordance with UK Distance Selling Regulations

http://bitcoinminingmachines.co.uk//index.php?route=account/return/insert


Direct link to all Gridseed products on our site

http://bitcoinminingmachines.co.uk//index.php?route=product/category&path=65

Happy to answer any and all questions and take any steps needed to prove we are a legitimate company.








17  Bitcoin / Mining support / Antminer S1 keeps blowing power cable to PSU on: February 12, 2014, 04:20:53 PM
I have an Antminer S1 that after about ten minutes keeps blowing the power cable to the PSU and has even blown a PSU itself with a loud pop after about 10 minutes.

I am using a 550W modular Powercool for a single miner and am using the paperclip method to skip the power on.

All is well for 10 mins or so, and then pop, either cable or PSU goes. Have blown 2 cables and 1 PSU with this.

Any thoughts on what could be causing it?
18  Economy / Service Announcements / Coming Soon -- Bitcard physical wallets on: February 11, 2014, 05:23:30 PM



Simply put this will be the physical size and weight of a credit card, with your personal wallet QR code laser etched onto it so it can be scanned to receive payment. We can also add names, or anything else you want etched on there. We have tested the etched cards and they will scan fine


We are currently working on several different design options for the bitcard and this is a first draft of them. Website will be live early next week and physical delivery of cards, worldwide will also begin next week. We have several other laser etched wallets on the horizon too, including leather wallets, phone cases (no apple Wink ), coins and lots of other things.

Order process will be simple, order a card, at checkout send us a jpeg of your QR code or your wallet address so we can generate one and we send you a bitcard.

Cards will be GBP 9.99 or of course bitcoin equivalent will also be accepted on our site via coinbase.

Further pricing for other products released later.

We also intend to offer an any product wallet service, so if you have anything of any material you want turning into a physical wallet then you will be able to send to usand we can etch for you and return as a wallet.
19  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Transaction unconfirmed for 5 hours, onlt propogated to 7 nodes on: February 07, 2014, 07:38:40 PM
Having a bizarre problem I have never had before.

A transaction I made over 5 hours ago has only 1% network propogation to  7 nodes and has 0 confirmations

https://blockchain.info/tx/3a942cbc5927e8fe204aa31d4c3c8842b5b53015c17b5f89a6f9c615154b8bfc


Any thoughts on what is causing this
20  Bitcoin / Mining support / Thoughts on these P2Pool stats on: February 04, 2014, 03:47:59 PM
Check out the amount of rejected and discarded shares. I know P2Pool gets a lot of rejected shares but this seems really high to me. Any thoughts?

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