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1  Economy / Service Announcements / Bitcoin Price Prediction Algorithm – BETA ( on: June 22, 2019, 12:59:33 AM
Bitcoin Price Prediction Program – BETA (
IntelBit launches its Bitcoin price prediction algorithm and the BETA version of its crypto
trading platform after more than one year of research and development.
The price predictions are based on the K-nearest neighbors algorithm (KNN) and Multilayer Perceptron (MLP), a feedforward artificial neural network. The tool is armed with various time-span options, including daily, weekly, monthly and real time predictions.
Tests conducted in the last 10 months have shown that the algorithms have had a success rate of about 90% in predicting Bitcoin prices.

To take part in IntelBit’s new technology whilst simultaneously providing your Bitcoin wallet with its main benefits, sign up for the freshly launched BETA version for free
Furthermore, if you were to bump into any unexplored improvement areas, feel free to provide constructive feedback and thoughts to the creative team behind the new bitcoin price prediction program at

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2  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Predicting the Bitcoin price: IntelBit publishes the beta version of its A.I. on: June 21, 2019, 01:28:05 PM
Since its publication in the 2009 market, Bitcoin has shown the potential for creating a new concept of economy and money and heralded the arrival of a new real market sector: cryptocurrencies. Released by a figure known by the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto, Bitcoin has been talked about a lot, especially in regards to its value, which in ten years has grown exponentially.

In 2010, at the first price of Bitcoin against the dollar was recognized as 1 USD = 1.309.03 BTC. Bitcoin reached a record high in December 2017. At the beginning of 2017, Bitcoin was less than $3,000, then it rose to about about $5,000 dollars in the middle of the year, and by the end of the year Bitcoin was worth $10,000. As of June 2019, the Bitcoin price is still rising. Experts predict that there will be a future rise in Bitcoin price that is similar to 2017's.

Overall, the value of Bitcoin has had major rises and falls, and periods when the price fluctuated by only a few hundred dollars. Buying Bitcoin at the right time has become the goal of every lover and user of cryptocurrencies. The race to the highest resale has been happening for years, and most users refer to opinions on the web rather than numbers. No one is able to say with certainty what the upcoming Bitcoin values will be. Thus, many have created robots capable of giving approximate predictions, even selling predictions to other investors, but success has been scarce. The Bitcoin market is complex and dictated by many variables, and is often subject to unexpected factors. IntelBit has created an artificial intelligence with a futuristic algorithm that is able to consider all of these factors and accurately predict the future value of Bitcoin.
Bitcoin Price Prediction Program – BETA (
IntelBit launches its Bitcoin price prediction algorithm and the BETA version of its crypto
trading platform after more than one year of research and development.
The price predictions are based on the K-nearest neighbors algorithm (KNN) and Multilayer Perceptron (MLP), a feedforward artificial neural network. The tool is armed with various time-span options, including daily, weekly, monthly and real time predictions.
Tests conducted in the last 10 months have shown that the algorithms have had a success rate of about 90% in predicting Bitcoin prices.

Technical Analysis Widget
The Technical Analysis Widget is an advanced tool that displays ratings based on technical indicators. The gauge gives you a summary based on all indicators. All ratings are shown in real time. You no longer have to apply multiple indicators to analyze a financial instrument, since the widget does that for you.

Live Trading
Get the most out of your live trading through well-grounded, informed decisions. Scroll through a library of data using history charts or use the market-sensitive buy-and-sell indicator. The Currency Strength Heatmap table lets you see how your currency ranks against other currencies traded against it. With these tools, timing your investment is easier than ever.

Dealing in cryptocurrency has always required impeccable security, and IntelBit delivers. Backed by the renowned Google Authenticator Security, you’ll trade with confidence that your assets are in a safe place. 

Every Currency
The platform lets users gather investments in one place while trading more than 2,100 cryptocurrencies in 85 independent currencies around the world. 

News Hub

Following your favorite cryptocurrencies is key to a successful crypto-investing career. The dashboard of this new BETA release lets you view top news on your cryptocurrencies and scroll through a feed of recognized crypto outlets. 

Stay Informed
Stay up-to-date on all your current ventures by receiving personalized notifications on all your favorite devices, synced so that you stay informed on relevant news and top stories within the industry.
To take part in IntelBit’s new technology whilst simultaneously providing your Bitcoin wallet with its main benefits, sign up for the freshly launched BETA version over here.

Furthermore, if you were to bump into any unexplored improvement areas, feel free to provide constructive feedback and thoughts to the creative team behind the new bitcoin price prediction program at
3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Satoshi Nakamoto Apparent Author of Two Upcoming Books on Amazon on: June 20, 2019, 05:25:40 PM
Two different books published under Satoshi Nakamoto’s name have recently appeared on Amazon.

According to Amazon, both of the books — Wave and Ripple Design Book and The Official Bitcoin Coloring Book — are scheduled for release on June 28. The profile of the author makes it clear that he indeed claims to be the same Satoshi Nakamoto who created bitcoin (BTC).

The author’s profile also states that “100% of his book royalties to support STEM and environmental education programs serving underprivileged youth.” The store descriptions of the books themselves seemingly contain inside jokes about the cryptocurrency space and the myth of Satoshi Nakamoto.

Wave and Ripple Design Book, for instance, appears to hint at both the Japanese roots of the bitcoin creator’s pseudonym, as well as to Ripple (XRP): “A wonderful selection of wave and ripple designs curated by Satoshi Nakamoto. [...] Yuzan's designs were often used by Japanese craftsmen in the early 1900s to adorn their wares with wave and ripple patterns.”

The second book, The Official Bitcoin Coloring Book, contains less subtle jokes such as stating that it has been “printed on a brilliant white paper.” The product page also displays editorial reviews by Ethereum creator Vitallike Buttering, J.P. Morgain CEO Diamond James, and billionaire investor and Chairman of the Bored Buffet Warden, all misspellings of individuals and organizations famous within the space.

As Cointelegraph recently reported, many have claimed to be the mysterious Satoshi over the last 10 years, but their assertions have always been met with skepticism and have lacked any substantive evidence.

At the end of May, a Chinese citizen residing in California claimed copyright to bitcoin’s white paper, claiming to be Satoshi Nakamoto. This copyright claim came on the heels of an identical one by Craig Wright, who has long declared himself to be the inventor of bitcoin, despite public backlash and his own periodic slip-ups while maintaining that narrative.

What is your opinion? You think that's the real Satoshi Nakamoto who wrote these books  Huh?
4  Economy / Economics / WHY THE NEXT LICORNES IN BLOCKCHAIN WILL NOT BE EUROPEAN on: June 20, 2019, 03:46:16 PM
While France is pleased with the new legal framework recently promulgated by the PACTE law, the European blockchain ecosystem continues to develop rapidly and faces ever greater strategic challenges. In a tribune, Nicolas Louvet, CEO of Coinhouse, explains how to reconnect with Europe of innovation thanks to the blockchain.

The relationship to money and financial assets is digitalized, starting with contactless payment and banking services now available on mobile. It is obvious that the blockchain is part of this movement. It changes the notions of custody, holding and transfer of any financial asset, allowing in particular better execution, both secure and at a lower cost. Many traditional finance players are interested, especially in the United States whether JP Morgan, Fidelity Investments or Goldman Sachs.

Despite the notable initiatives taken by the regulatory authorities, such as the AMF's optional visa for digital asset service providers ("PSAN"), the fact that the European ecosystem is lagging behind in this area is clearly . Of the eight largest companies in the blockchain in terms of valuation, which are also all trading platforms or mining companies, six are American and two Chinese. In this context, it seems more than ever vital to establish an environment conducive to innovation in order to allow the creation of major European players in this emerging sector.

Innovation stifled for lack of bank account
It is unfortunate to note the difficulties still encountered by some talented entrepreneurs to open bank accounts for their professional activities as long as they are part of this ecosystem, which is very promising. Even the Caisse des dépôts, initially planned as a last resort by the PACTE law for startups without a bank account, has refused to fulfill its role of public utility in this area.

I think it is high time that in the executive committees of European banking groups, the term crypto is no longer associated with money laundering or the purchase of drugs on the dark web, but a revolution on the edge of technology and finance. It is also unfortunate to meet "supervisors who are doing politics.

Funding both public and private remain very, or too shy. Few European venture capital funds (VCs) still invest in crypto-active companies. In France, the BPI (Public Investment Bank) has not yet succeeded in making an equity investment in projects that are among the most advanced in Europe. In China, the city of Nanjing has just launched a $ 1.5 billion blockchain investment fund. European players are therefore struggling to develop when their American and Asian competitors benefit from significant sources of funding.

We are in great need of a government that actively defends the interests of its entrepreneurs and a more ambitious European venture capital that is more attentive to projects related to PSAN's activities. This requires a profound cultural evolution on this theme that the United States and Asia have had no difficulty in accomplishing.

Europe, and France in particular, has companies that have already proven themselves in the blockchain ecosystem. The nugget Ledger, specialist in cryptoactive security, has capitalized on the expertise of the smart card to develop its portfolios in Vierzon. Bitfury, a European mining specialist, has set up in Norway with the support of the government to open a Bitcoin mining data center running on renewable energy! Coinhouse offers a real support for investing in crypto-assets.

In my opinion, the remaining obstacles must be removed as quickly as possible. It is essential that there is an awareness of our leaders of the significant potential of this sector and that measures are taken to prevent what happened with the Internet, now dominated by American champions (GAFA ) and Asian (BATX), is renewed with the blockchain. We have the know-how and the engineering necessary for European PSANs to radiate internationally and to be among the essential names of tomorrow. But for that, Europe must give us the means to succeed.
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / LIBRA: SHOULD INVEST IN THE CRYPTOMONNAIE OF FACEBOOK? on: June 19, 2019, 07:28:59 PM
The Libra, the cryptocurrency developed by Facebook, promises to be massively used from its launch in 2020.
However, this product is of little interest for Western investors.

This is a legitimate question that some people ask, while Bitcoin prices flirt with the threshold of 10,000 dollars per unit: should we invest very early in the Libra, the cryptocurrency presented by Facebook Tuesday, June 18? It must be said that those who believed in Bitcoin shortly after its creation in 2009 are now happy millionaires (for those who have not sold). But for the Libra the observation is different. Its mechanism is designed to ensure the stability of its course so that users use it in everyday life. This is the fundamental difference with bitcoins that are kept in the hope of future appreciation.

Once its reserves are set up (a billion dollars to start), Facebook will index its Libra on a basket of traditional currencies (dollar, euro, pound sterling and yen). Thus, the value of the Libra should remain relatively stable because these major currencies are the ones that fluctuate the least in relation to others in the world. It is therefore unattractive to invest in a cryptocurrency whose price should vary only marginally. But that will not be the case everywhere.

In some less developed countries, particularly in countries where there is exchange control or high inflation, I think citizens might have more confidence in Facebook than in their government.

They target in particular Venezuela where inflation should reach 10,000,000% in 2019 according to the International Monetary Fund.
Other serious candidates for the hoarding of Libra include Zimbabwe (73.4% expected inflation in 2019), Sudan (49.6%), Argentina (43.7%), Iran ( 37.2%), South Sudan (24.5%), Liberia (22.3%), Angola (17.5%), Turkey (17.5%), Uzbekistan (16.2%), , 5%), Sierra Leone (15.8%), Libya (15%), Haiti (14.9%), Egypt (14.5%), Turkmenistan (13%), Nigeria ( 11.7%) and Zambia (10.7%). Some citizens living in states like Cuba and North Korea could also find an interest if they manage to break the censorship of their Internet.

Moreover, many emerging countries are affected by inflation, devaluation, exchange control, authoritarianism and arbitrary state, Venezuela being an extreme and emblematic case. I even go further, I see in the Libra a competitor of importance for the state currencies. The public debt, the printing press and the disease of zero rates are gradually destroying the yen, the euro and the dollar, we can legitimately worry about these currencies and for their banking systems, there is too much debt, too much debt leverage in banks.

As long as the Libra remains indexed on a basket of traditional currencies, the euro or the dollar have little trouble to be made. On the other hand, I think that this formula could last only one time, as the credibility of the Facebook cryptocurrency asserts itself. Indeed, it is easy to imagine how an FBCoin could emancipate itself from its function of representing traditional currencies, and acquire its own value of use. it would be enough for Facebook to offer a set of services using this currency, as well as bridges with external services. Therefore, the FBCoin would de facto obtain a use value in a given community - that of its 2.3 billion users - instead of depending (only) on the price of traditional currencies.

So, it may be interesting to have some libras hidden under his mattress in anticipation of dark days. Or a handful of bitcoins because people will understand that the Libra depends on Facebook and that the rules of the game can change arbitrarily. This is not the case for Bitcoin which does not belong to anybody and that this one will see then its reinforced role.
6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / With Calibra, Facebook opens Libra to cryptocurrencies? on: June 18, 2019, 10:01:27 PM
The rumor had been swelling for several weeks. Facebook has just unveiled its cryptocurrency, the Libra, by dedicating a white paper to it. Designed as a true digital motto, Libra is under the aegis of an officially independent Geneva-based association. But there is no doubt that Facebook leads the boat: Calibra, one of the 27 members of the association, is the new banking subsidiary of the largest social network in the world.

Like most cryptocurrencies, Libra relies on a blockchain, a secure, distributed database that holds all transactions. Unlike most cryptocurrencies, the Libra is backed by a reserve of assets, which limits fluctuations in its price. The Libra association, "in charge of guiding the evolution of the ecosystem", acts as a currency board, the only one authorized to create and destroy Libra "coins".

This association comes out of the shadows with a "working group" of 27 members, who are responsible for finalizing a charter of operation, and will become the "founding members" of the Libra. For this first step, Facebook has surrounded itself with payment specialists and networks:

- Blockchains specialists: Anchorage, Bison Trails, Coinbase, Xapo;
- Payment networks: Mastercard, PayPal, PayU, Stripe, Visa;
- Venture Capital: Andreessen Horowitz, Breakthrough Initiatives, Ribbit Capital, Thrive Capital, Union Square Ventures;
- Telecom Operators: Iliad, Vodafone Group;
- Online sales: Booking, eBay, Farfetch, Lyft, Pago Mercado, Spotify, Uber;
NGO: Creative Destruction Lab, Kiva, Mercy Corps, Women's World Banking.

As the founding members operate validation nodes that ensure network security and transaction validity, applications must meet certain financial and technical requirements and may be blocked by existing members.

The association wants to quickly reach the hundred members, then go to an open blockchain model, whose governance would be completely decentralized. Iliad, the home of Free, speaks of an "internet of money". If Facebook recognizes that she plays a central role in the organization, she says she will let go of the reins next year.

But she keeps a foothold in the association Libra, headquartered in Geneva and locals in Silicon Valley, through Calibra. Entrusted to David Marcus, vice president of Facebook in charge of Messenger passed by the presidency of PayPal and the board of directors of Coinbase, this subsidiary is nothing other than the "Facebook bank".

There remains the question of trust. Calibra assures that it "will not share account information or financial data with Facebook" ... without your consent. But Libra will be located at the heart of Facebook products, which hopes to make some profit. Apple, Google, and now Facebook: finance is the new horizon of the giants of Silicon Valley.

What do you think of this new facebook project, is it a benefit or a disadvantage for cryptocurrency?
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / [BOUNTY] I'm Paying $.5 worth of BTC for Signing Up on: April 13, 2019, 09:43:16 AM
I'm paying $.5 worth of BTC for Signing Up under my link if will take you only 1 min. PM me if you're interested.
8  Economy / Gambling discussion / 2019 NBA PlayOffs - First Round on: April 13, 2019, 04:14:23 AM
Which teams do you think will go for the 2nd Round?

Image source on NBA ESPN
9  Economy / Services / [WTS] Gift Card worth 0.01BTC for only 0.006BTC on: January 15, 2019, 04:21:01 AM
I would like to sell my Gift Card worth 0.01BTC

Where did I get this coupon?
- Yes, I won the True Flip bitcointalk lottery!

Why I'm selling this?
- cos i don't want to get involve in gambling again!

You can activate it on after you sign in

Escrow is welcome.
10  Economy / Invites & Accounts / [WTS] Legendary member accounts. on: September 26, 2018, 03:23:27 PM
Pm me for more details.
11  Economy / Invites & Accounts / [WTS] BTCTALK ACCOUNTS on: August 08, 2018, 05:16:38 PM
If anyone interested pm me..
12  Economy / Invites & Accounts / [WTB] SMAS Blacklisted Full/Senior/Hero Member Accounts on: July 19, 2018, 08:23:31 PM
I you have smas blacklisted accounts then pm me the price and details..escrow is must and if not then don't waste our time.
13  Economy / Invites & Accounts / [WTB] SENIOR MEMBER ACCOUNTS IN BULK on: July 17, 2018, 07:03:53 PM

I am looking for 10 senior member accounts as of now and if deal goes smooth then will buy more..PM me the price..

14  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] Suped Up "lucky" 1.25Th/s Dragon Miner on: April 27, 2015, 03:14:50 AM
i am selling my dragon miner that i consider lucky because it has found 3 blocks in its 3/4ths year lifetime. when it has, for some reason had a ridiculously high accepted shares, still not sure why but not something to complain about lol.
In addition to, since the powersupply is extra strong, i am able to attach another blade (as seen in the picture with an individul fan included free).

shipping will come from 22030, east coast shipping i will split with you, midwest and west coast i will pay for a third of it.
If  you want escrow, you supply the fees, i have a perfect track record and losing reputation over a dragonminer would be dumb.

Here is a picture of the  interface current with 5 blades running at 1.2-1.28TH/s.

excuse the fuzziness, blame paint!

all in all, what you get is:
-dragonminer with PSU included
-5th blade with both wires(psu and wire to raspberry pi included)
-1x ethernet cable
-1x psu cable
-1x brown seperate fan for 5th blade

I am asking for 1BTC obo, post here and pm here
If you want, I do have a 6th blade that can connect to the 6th slot on the pi, you would just need to hook up the 6th and maybe 5th blade to a seperate PSU to have the sufficient power thus opening up the option to overclock all 6 blades. if you want to purchase that as well we can for an extra .15BTC

if bought before tuesday, I will throw in the 6th blade for free. to put a cherry ontop Smiley
15  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] 1x 1TH Dragon Miner (has found a block) on: April 16, 2015, 06:17:00 PM
Selling a fully functional plug and play dragon miner, comes with an EVGA 1300watt PSu so you can overclock the miner if you'd like. it runs at ~1.05TH/s and has found a block before so I consider it my lucky one.  Asking for $250 or 1BTC, offers are accepted as well, as well as the miner the power cable will be included as well as an ethernet cable. Once payment is received, I will switch it to your pool and start mining to your address to show it is fully functional, as well as being able to mine for the overnight before i ship it out the next day. This is also nice so once you get it, you can just plug and play and it will be set to your pool already. Thanks!

16  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] 1x Dragon Blade *Free Shipping* on: April 14, 2015, 03:51:32 AM
$50 for dragon miner blade Free Shipping as stated.
17  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS 2x Dragon Miner Blades on: April 11, 2015, 07:52:34 AM
Posted this a bit ago but figured I'd repost this, tested and working, selling these dragon miner blades mining at ~250GH/s at $50 each
18  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] 2x Dragon Miner Blades on: March 24, 2015, 08:17:21 AM
After receiving goods that got damaged during shipping allegedly, I was able to salvage some parts. I currently have a working dragon miner, so I was able to test many blades to see which worked, two came out perfectly fine, I replaced both in my working dragon miner, and do be extra sure, each blade was tested in each slot of the dragon miner, one of the blades actually hitting at 270gh a lot more often than the others. I value a dragon miner in fully working condition to be 0.85-0.9BTC so since no case controller etc, I am asking 0.185BTC buyer pays shipping from 22030, If both are bought it's 0.325BTC. Price firm no bargaining! Smiley
19  Economy / Scam Accusations / [SOLVED] Got two broken dragon miners, attemptive scam, please help! on: March 17, 2015, 09:39:57 PM

What happened::
I recently bought two dragon miners and it was stated one of them had one broken blade. first, the seller claimed the shipping was $170 when I said I might split shipping with him, there is no way it can be that much have it I shipped one recently for just $30. I received both miners and they were disassembled, I have gotten 10-12 dragon miners in the past and these are the only ones that have been disassembled like this, I dont know why and his reason was because one time he got one with a broken handle and had to file a claim ( this reason has no relevence to the point of sending it disassembled) all the blades were broken , some bent, the SD card was even broke in half. I feel like product was broken to begin with, so it was sent disassembled in attempts to blame UPS. I complained to him and the first thing he said was "the only thing you can do is bring it up with UPS and file a claim"  (making me feel that sending it disassembled and blaming UPS was a correct assumption) .  On top of that, he is not very responsive, saying he has family issues and does not have time to deal with me, making me feel he is avoiding this  because he has my bitcoins now. He said that he won't refund me until he gets refunded from UPS which is pretty unreasonable I feel like since this could have been avoided if he assembled them, he also said he is waiting to hear back from UPS, but when he said that, I already had a UPS guy come to my house trying to pick up the product. I feel he was trying to get me to impulsively pack it and ship it back to him thus me losing on the broken product and the PSU's he gave too. I'm out hundreds of dollars in bitcoins and I have broken miners, this situation is all to fishy and I would like some outside advice on it, please and thank you.

Scammers Profile Link:;u=114347

Reference Link:

Amount Scammed: 1.24btc
Payment Method: Bitcoins
Proof of Payment:

PM/Chat Logs:
Right now I am waiting on UPS to get back to me. Once they do I will tell you where to ship the miners. Then they can process the insurance claim.

I will get you the refund when I get the money from UPS. I do not have time right now to go into all this with you. I have work and family issues right now that take precedence over this. I am not going to pull more money out of my pocket to refund you right now. From the pics, if the caps are the only thing that is broken. Those can be soldered on rather quickly. To your point about scamming you and knowingly sending you broken gear, that is pretty much bullshit. I am sorry UPS decided to throw the miners around, that is not my fault. I will take responsibility for not packing them correctly, but I will not go back into my own pocket to refund you money when I already have $170 in this deal. Why would I pay so much in shipping and send you about $200 PSU's if I planned on filing a UPS claim? That does not make sense in anyway. I have done deals on the forum worth 10 times this amount. So if I was gonna start scamming people, I would have picked a higher value deal than this one.

For right now you are just gonna have to chill. When I hear from UPS, I will let you know what to do.

This is where he says how shipping is $170, how he sent me two PSU's with no cost which makes me think the he knew the miners were bunk.
Additional Notes: I advise you to not deal with this user until this dispute is resolved.

here is the last post I have written.

I'm really confused about my purchase, I fear I'm not able to get a refund for broken goods, and he says he won't give me a refund until UPS refunds him, which I feel, is not going to happen anytime soon, if not at all since it is UPS, not me or the seller.

I feel I should get a 50% refund at least if I choose to keep the product so we don't have to deal with UPS, but i have been waiting on a response ever since I have asked him for a half refund a day and a half ago but have not got a response since.

I don't think the seller broke the machine, only one blade was broken stated in OP, but all blades came broken (the caps), he threw me two PSU's which was  generous, but does no good with broken miners, I don't know if it was meant to honeypot the deal, but at this point, the PSU what is of worth. Because of that, and because all 8 blades came broken is why I seek a half refund if not a full one..

Confusing, but he stated that he is "waiting for UPS to get back to him" but the day he said that, that same morning, I already had a UPS driver try and do a pre-scheduled pick up before the seller even told me that anyone would be coming to pick anything up, even until now, nothing has been stated about anything scheduled to be picked up.  Maybe its just me being paranoid from the past, but I fear that items were sold defect hence came disassembled without reason and prescheduled to pick it up hoping I would impulsively pack it up  and let it go without deciding what to do as far as a refund and ownership of product, then he could get the miner and PSU's back while having the decision to refund me or not. If anyone has any can help me or has experience in a situation like this please help, I am with broken miners, a situation that is not being solved because he said "he does not have time right now to go into all this with you. I have work and family issues right now that take precedence over this."    So I feel scammed and now being brushed aside. .. Sorry for being accusative or maybe out of line, but as a customer, I feel I have the right to get a refund or at the least, a working product.

20  Economy / Computer hardware / WTB 1TH Dragon Miners with PSU's on: February 25, 2015, 07:36:35 PM
recently bought 4 dragon miners with psu for ~2.4BTC, am looking to get four more, definitely let me know if you have any s2 or anything
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