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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Coinwarz Has So Much Potential....but it Sucks! on: June 09, 2017, 04:15:38 AM

How does one get ahold of the owner or manager of coinwarz.com.  Not that this person gives a crap because this site has not been kept up for how long??.

I was checking out Scrypt mining profitability tonight.  I use https://whattomine.com as I'm sure most do. 
But it would be nice to have an alternative site if for nothing else than to sense check your plan.  But Coinwarz is just bad!!

Leading it's profitability ranking tonight is Aricoin.  Nevermind that their website is dead (https://aricoin.org). 
The site is actually trying to find it's owner. I'm sure he owes them some coins.
According to this forum the blockchain is also dead.  But Coinwarz does not give a f^#(.  It's top 'O the charts tonight!!  Good luck brave miners!!


2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Solo Mining Altcoins with Hosted Antminers on: June 07, 2017, 04:23:05 PM
HI -
I am wondering if it's possible to solo mine SHA256 or Scrypt Altcoins using Antminers that are hosted outside my state.
I do have vpn access to them.
Have a read some threads on here and elsewhere that explain a relatively complicated way to do it with miners that are physically at your location.  Unfortunately, mine are not.  Also know that bitcoin has solo pools.  But I'm interested is solo mining Digibyte and others.
Anyone with experience doing this?
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / New H81 Pro MB will not post - New Build on: December 06, 2016, 03:49:29 AM
I have built a good number of these, but I have one brand new board I can't get to even boot to the setup screen.
When I start it up the PSU stutters twice then on the third go it runs.  CPU fan turns, I hear the HD click, but no lights on internet connection, not video.
I just pulled the PSU off a working rig so it's good.
I have changed out the memory and currently have just one stick in.
Unplugged keyboard and mouse.
Reconnected CPU power.
Have tried onboard video and GPU's, but I can't get a light on the board at all so I don't think that matters.  Currently no GPU's connected, just onboard chipset.
Monitor, PSU and memory are all off a Z77 Extreme 6 I was using and I just wanted to replace the MB.  Brand new cpu.  But I did take it out and examined all the pins.  Reseated it.  Appears fine.

Been through this already :
http://www.tomshardware.com/faq/id-1893016/post-system-boot-video-output-troubleshooting-checklist.html

Any suggestions - bad board?


EDIT - only message on the monitor is "HDMI in Power Saving mode"
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / H97 Anniversary - No Free Resources Issue - Need Help on: July 27, 2016, 12:48:16 AM
I had been ETH mining using Claymore's Dual Miner off two motherboards that would not take more than 4 GPU's.  So I decided to switch over one of them and bought an H97 Anniversary.  I added 8 GB of memory.

I am trying to run 5 GPU's to start, but only 3 are being recognized.  This is after multiple installing an uninstalling Crimson 15.12. 

When I pull up the other two in the Device Manager (which show errors) it says

"This device cannot find enough free resources that it can use. (Code 12)
If you want to use this device, you will need to disable one of the other devices on this system."   


That seems odd to me since everyone seems to be able to get 6 GPU's on these boards.  Any idea what I might need to do to accomplish the same?
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Secondary PSU Issues on: June 21, 2016, 04:13:53 PM
I am trying to add a second PSU to a rig. I have the first one running the motherboard and 3 GPU's. One is 390 that is recognized as 2 gpu's so really the system sees 4 gpu's total but it's 3 physical gpu's. But I am trying to add another gpu and need a second psu to do that.

I added another gpu with a powered ribbon cable and a 2nd psu. I have one of those 24pin red on/off switches that I am using rather than a paperclip or wire. But that should not be an issue.

I turn on the secondary psu and then the primary. The fans run on the 4th GPU, but it does not get recognized by the pc (windows 7) or the miner (claymore) and it does not mine. It stays very cool like it's not working at all.

I have tried two different gpu's as my 4th to see if it was a gpu problem. But it's does not appear to be. Neither gets recognized by the pc.

Any thoughts?
6  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] 10x Antminer S5's Hosted with the Lee Group (Mr. Lee) on: June 04, 2015, 12:04:01 AM
  
  Hosted Antminer S5's for Sale

THESE ARE SOLD

I am interested in selling 10 of my S5's currently hosted with Mr. Lee in China.
Not getting out of mining, just need some vacation cash.

$350 per miner unless you want all 10 in which case we can discuss some savings.
Hosting fees are $1.416/miner/day and are paid through June 20, 2015.  You would pick them up after that.

I will sign them over to you.  They can be left with Mr Lee, which I would recommend, or you can have them shipped where ever.
The Lee Group's Chengdu facility recently went through some significant upgrades and service has been extremely steady.

Please PM me if you are interested.

Screenshot of miner monitor used by the Lee Group

7  Bitcoin / Hardware / [ANN] NEW USB MINER - 11-15 Gh/s NANO FURY 6 USB MINER, **$99.99** on: June 25, 2014, 09:24:57 PM
11 Gh/s (stock) Nano Fury 6 USB Bitcoin Miner v0.3

by Moonlight Miner, Design by vs3
Six Chip Bitfury USB ASIC Miner

JULY SPECIAL - 3x NF6 for $255


11 Gh/s Nano Fury II USB Bitcoin Miner v0.3

by Moonlight Miner, Design by vs3
Six Chip Bitfury Rev. 2 USB ASIC Miner


Specs and Info:

  • LOWEST PRICED 11 Gh/s USB MINER AVAILABLE
  • NOT a Pre-Order -- In stock for immediate shipment
  • Each miner contains SIX Bitfury (Rev.2) ASIC Chips
  • Super Easy Install - No additional drivers needed for most computers
  • Requires current version of BfgMiner
  • Overclockable - speed of 11-14.5 Gh/s at 53-55 bits - stability can reduce
    with increased speed.  11-12 Gh/s requires 1.2A(amp). +/-10% speed variance due to chip quality.
  • 15 Gh/s speed needs 1.5A per device.  It is unlikely you will be able to utilize each port in a powered USB hub.  In
    tests a 10 port "Juiced Systems" USB 3.0 powered hub ran 4 miners and a USB fan comfortably.
  • Miners may exceed 14-15 Gh/s but have NOT been tested above BfgMiner oscillator settings
    of 55 bits.  Running at higher speeds may damage the miner and will void the 30 day warranty.
  • Light to medium air circulation required for speeds overclocking.  USB fans work very well.

Info on MAC OS support thanks to Nate Woolls.

 http://blog.nwoolls.com/2014/04/10/bitcoin-mining-on-mac-os-x-nanofury-2-asics/





 

     Pricing:
 
    
  • 1-10 Units  - $99.99
       [PRICE DROP]


JULY SPECIAL - 3x NF6 for $255
 
How soon can I get them?        **Ships in 1 Business Day or Less**
 FREE USA Domestic USPS First Class shipping is included.
  
 Promise it will work?:
 All miners are tested twice before they are shipped.  Once by the Developer himself, then again by
Moonlight Miner.

 We have a 30 day replacement warranty for each device.  No refunds.  
 Warranty void if overclocked above 55 bits or used without some form of air movement/fan.

Who's the Brains behind this?
 Nano Fury is an open source design developed by Bitcointalk.org forum member "vs3."  We encourage BTC
donations for the developer at 1AHvViTD5wohPywNYHi8NZ8uPhbY9dZXCY.
 Details of the design, files and questions for the developer can be found at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=321287.0


How do I buy these?
EDIT - Webstore is now up.  Go to:

http://www.moonlightminer.com


We have not tested many hubs conclusively at this point but believe amp capacity to be the only limiting factor.  You can

use USB 2.0 or 3.0 hubs.  3.0's typically have greater capacity.  Please refer to this comprehensive list of hubs that been

tested: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=253749.0

The original Nano Fury Open Source thread offers quality community support at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?

topic=321287.0

If you are unable to have your question answered through these resources contact Moonlight Miner Support

support@moonlightminer.com

8  Bitcoin / Hardware / Board Designs for BlackArrow's Minion Chips on: May 23, 2014, 12:20:49 AM
Due to BlackArrow delays, some of their customers are being offered 50 Minions in place of a miner.
Just wondering if anyone had done anything with these chips.  There could be a lot available soon.
WASP Collective was going to design something but I don't know if it materialized.
BlackArrow customers are wondering if it's worth it to get the chips or continue to wait.  Thoughts?
9  Bitcoin / Hardware / [CLOSED] Assembly Service for BitFury r.2 Chips into Nano Fury 6 USB Miner on: March 28, 2014, 07:36:49 PM
Gauging Interest in Assembly Services for NF2 and/or NF6

We are checking to see if there is interest in a combined assembly run/services for Nano Fury USB miners using the new BitFury Rev.2 chips that are now available.

We would NOT be supplying any BitFury Chips for this service.  There are Group Buys and direct purchasing options available at:


All solid options depending on quantity.

            Current Interest Expressed
            Name           Quantity

           House                  20
           BitcoinValet          10
           Philipma1957          8
           Private                  8
           Private               250 (approx.)
           Private                50
           Stex2009              8
           yslyung               10
           Private               150
           TOTAL                  500+


04/24/2014 UPDATE

$68 per miner is the final cost the NF6.  Again we did not have enough interest in the NF2 so we are only building the NF6.

This includes parts, pcb manufacturing, assembly and shipping.  Does not include BitFury chips or Heat Sink.  If you need guidance on the Heatsink we can help you with that by posting ones we are confident will work well.
If you want to see the final assembly diagram send me a PM.  I don't want to post it.

Payment is a simple calculation of the # of miners you want times (x) $68.


We are going to put a time limit on payments so we can get this group started quickly.  All payments must be in by MAY 1 - one week from today.

Payment can be made by BTC or Bank Wire.
  For BTC please use the Coinbase exchange rate at the time of payment and send coins to 16SnTjcEYT1EdQsBRCF9XKmKoXm8RuuGGo
  Then send me a PM with the following:
     Your Name
     Shipping Address
     Email
     Phone number
     Quantity ordering


I will confirm receipt.

To use bank wire please PM for the instructions.



04/18 UPDATE
We have reached the minimum number needed to move forward.  Over the next few days we will be verifying costs and then will let everyone know what the confirmed per unit cost will be.
We have only 4 orders for the NF2 with the remaining 500+ being for the NF6.  Given that, this assembly will only be for the NF6.
If you are on the fence about joining, please decide today or tomorrow and send me a PM.  The process will start to move quickly now.


What would be made?
Specifically, the Nano Fury 2 (NF2) using 2 BitFury chips AND/OR the soon to be released Nano Fury 6 (NF6) using 6 BitFury chips.

**NOT BEING PRODUCED, only NF6NF2 stock speed is 3.7-4.1 Gh/s with Rev1 chips, overclocks to 5+ Gh/s - More info HERE.  These figures will rise significantly with the Rev. 2 chips.  We expect overclocked speed to reach or even exceed 6GH/s (source)

**NF6 stock speed  with Rev1 chips is about 11 Gh/s and overclock to about 15 Gh/s (again this will be higher with the Rev2 chip).  NF6 speeds are estimates as some testing continues, but the design has been proven and these numbers will very likely be exceeded.  Overclocking could near 18-20 Gh/s with Rev2 chips

Who are you?
vs3 - Developer of the open-source Nano Fury miner series. You should already know him from his project thread and tireless patience with all our support questions.   He will handle any technical issues such design changes, part substitutions, general testing and technical support.  
NanoFury Design Thread - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=321287.0

Swimmer63- I have done manufacturing runs for the NF1 and the NF2 as a reseller.  Both successfully, with high yields, using US manufacturers and assembly houses at very reasonable costs.  I have a working relationships with part suppliers, pcb manufacturers and assemblers making these boards and avoiding the pitfalls and delays.  Essentially, I already took the hard knocks on what not to do and can save you the hasssle.  I would handle the business/production end with part sourcing, accounting, bidding the work, production and shipping of finished miners.

Where will the work be done?
Here in the US.  Mostly on the west coast.  It's been our experience that for USB miners the speed of delivery, ease of communication and quality of workmanship outweighs the cost benefits of overseas production.  We don't say this is the case for everyone or everything obviously, but for this product, in this time frame, we have benefited greatly from using our US vendors.  

How long will it take?
General rule of thumb is one week to make the pcb and two weeks to assemble and test the miners.  Options are to pay more for faster turnaround, less for slower.  A reasonable time frame is 3-4 weeks after we receive your BitFury Chips.   This assumes paying for a 5 day PCB build and 1 week assembly, plus a few days for testing and repairs and a few days lost in shipping back and forth.  If issues arise this could go to 30 days, but it's doubtful.

What will it cost per miner?
There are a lot of variables that go into this obviously.  But in general here is what we estimate the pricing to be if we have the  volume to make this worthwhile.  These figures do not include the cost of the BitFury chip.  We will firm this up if there is enough interest to proceed:

  • NF2 - about $38-$44 per miner, minimum order of 8
  • NF6 - about $65-72 per miner, minimum order of 8


What IS included in that estimate?
All parts (except heatsink), manufacturing of the pcb, any design fees, stencils, assembly of the miners, shipping of all parts between vendors and final delivery of miners via FedEx in the US (overseas shipping may be extra).  It will also include initializing the miners and testing for any errors so they are ready to run when delivered to you.  Also included would be simple fixes of faulty miners.

What is NOT included in the estimate?
BitFury Chips, thermal paste and the heatsink are not included.  The heatsinks currently used are pricey and you may want to pick a cheaper option for your self or one you find more visually appealing.  Specialized retail packaging is also not included.  
Any automated assembly costs due to large scale re-work needed for defective parts is not included.  Smaller isolated issues can be corrected by hand ourselves at no additional cost.  But a bum part on hundreds of miners will require automated reworking.  These costs can be mitigated somewhat if they occur, but not completely.
Speaking from experience with the previous Rev.1 chips - about 7%-10% of the boards will end up having one kind of a defect or another.   Most of them can easily be repaired and vs3 will take care of that.  About 3-5% of the bitfury chips will end up being bad or underperforming.  Replacing the chips is a major pain and at the moment we are not planning on doing it.  Sometimes a bad NF2 board can still be used as a NF1 with one working chip.  Bad boards that can't be repaired will be distributed proportionally among everyone.

Is your fee included?
Yes, we are both taking some kind of fee.  The higher the run less it is.  We are also making a per board contribution to Luke-Jr for his outstanding job and support of Nano Fury with bfgminer.
Additionally, Swimmer63 (Moonlight Miner) will not be building any miners for resale on this run and only a few (under 10) for personal use/testing.  I intend to sell my remaining stock of the MLM NF2 miners in the next 2-3 weeks such that I am not competing with anyone joining this assembly service when their miners come on.  That is if you are a reseller.

What about any slow miners and defective boards?
There is no fixing slow chips.  While we have noticed a quality improvement in the latest Rev. 1 chips, we do not represent BitFury or attest, guarantee their quality.  But we have been very happy with the current Rev. 1's in the NF2.  Regardless of who's chip is put in a miner the quality is going vary across a range and that is not something that can "repaired" before or after assembly.

What else should I know up front?
The NF1 is open source and it's design files have been released. But at the request of the few people that have sponsored the NF2 and NF6 development design files have not been published yet. They will be published eventually but certainly not prior to this first batch of miners has been produced and delivered to all participants of this assembly service.  So if you are a re-seller, no one else outside this run will have the same product.
Finally, if you don't know already, a Nano Fury (unlike almost every other USB miner) requires no special drivers to work or be recognized by the mining software.  That is why it's an ideal miner for beginners and enthusiast.

If you are interested please reply below or via pm with
NF2 quantity and/or NF6 quantity you may be interested in having built.

10  Bitcoin / Group buys / [OPEN] 5 Gh/s NANO FURY II USB MINER*$49*FREE US SHIPPINIG** on: March 24, 2014, 02:55:42 AM
    5 Gh/s Nano Fury II USB Bitcoin Miner v0.5
    by Moonlight Miner, Design by vs3
    Dual Chip Bitfury USB ASIC Miner

    MAY SPECIAL - BUY 3 GET 1 FREE AT WWW.MOONLIGHTMINER.COM


    5 Gh/s Nano Fury II USB Bitcoin Miner v0.5
    by Moonlight Miner, Design by vs3
    Dual Chip Bitfury USB ASIC Miner


    Specs and Info:

    • LOWEST PRICED 5 Gh/s USB MINER AVAILABLE
    • NOT a Pre-Order -- In stock for immediate shipment
    • Each miner contains TWO Bitfury (Rev.1) ASIC Chips
    • Super Easy Install - No additional drivers needed for most computers
    • Requires this version of BfgMiner: http://luke.dashjr.org/tmp/code/webisect/webisect.php?dobuild=bfgminer
    • Overclockable - speed of 4.7-5.4 Gh/s at 53-55 bits - stability can reduce with increased speed.  3.7-4.1 Gh/s requires 1A(amp), which is slightly more than USB 3.0 standard of .9A
    • 5 Gh/s speed needs 1.5-1.8A per device.  It is unlikely you will be able to utilize each port in a powered USB hub.  In tests a 10 port "Juiced Systems" USB 3.0 powered hub ran 4 miners and a USB fan comfortably.
    • Miners can exceed 5 Gh/s but have NOT been tested above BfgMiner oscillator settings of 55 bits.  Running at higher speeds may damage the miner and will void the 30 day warranty.
    • Light to medium air circulation required for speeds over 3.7-4.1 Gh/s.  USB fans work very well.



    Full Image Gallery at http://imgur.com/a/WKycW#0


       


        Pricing:
      Can vary with changing exchange rates.
          
      • 1-9 Units  - $49.00
             [PRICE DROP]
          
      • 10-24 Units - $49.00
             [PRICE DROP]      
          
      • 25+ Units - $45.00
                    [PRICE DROP]
      [/list]


      How soon can I get them?        **Ships in 1 Business Day or Less**
       FREE USA Domestic USPS First Class shipping is included.
       USA Domestic FedEx Standard Overnight (where available) is $36 for up to 25 miners.
       
       Promise it will work?:
       All miners are tested twice before they are shipped.  Once by the Developer himself, then again by Moonlight Miner.
       We have a 30 day replacement warranty for each device.  No refunds.  
       Warranty void if overclocked above 55 bits or used without some form of air movement/fan.
        

      Who's the Brains behind this?
       Nano Fury is an open source design developed by Bitcointalk.org forum member "vs3."  We encourage BTC donations for the developer at 1AHvViTD5wohPywNYHi8NZ8uPhbY9dZXCY.
       Details of the design, files and questions for the developer can be found at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=321287.0

      How do I buy these?
      EDIT - Webstore is now up.  Go to:

      http://www.moonlightminer.com

      What if I need help?

      Info Sheet and Start-up Instructions

      We have not tested many hubs conclusively at this point but believe amp capacity to be the only limiting factor.  You can use USB 2.0 or 3.0 hubs.  3.0's typically have greater capacity.  Please refer to this comprehensive list of hubs that been tested: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=253749.0

      The original Nano Fury Open Source thread offers quality community support at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=321287.0

      If you are unable to have your question answered through these resources contact Moonlight Miner Support support@moonlightminer.com

      [/list]
      11  Economy / Computer hardware / [INSTOCK] NEW USB MINER - 5 Gh/s NANO FURY II USB MINER, *Low Price* on: March 23, 2014, 02:16:21 AM
      5 Gh/s Nano Fury II USB Bitcoin Miner v0.5
      by Moonlight Miner, Design by vs3
      Dual Chip Bitfury USB ASIC Miner



      5 Gh/s Nano Fury II USB Bitcoin Miner v0.5
      by Moonlight Miner, Design by vs3
      Dual Chip Bitfury USB ASIC Miner


      Specs and Info:

      • LOWEST PRICED 5 Gh/s USB MINER AVAILABLE
      • NOT a Pre-Order -- In stock for immediate shipment
      • Each miner contains TWO Bitfury (Rev.1) ASIC Chips
      • Super Easy Install - No additional drivers needed for most computers
      • Requires this version of BfgMiner: http://luke.dashjr.org/tmp/code/webisect/webisect.php?dobuild=bfgminer
      • Overclockable - speed of 4.7-5.4 Gh/s at 53-55 bits - stability can reduce with increased speed.  3.7-4.1 Gh/s requires 1A(amp), which is slightly more than USB 3.0 standard of .9A
      • 5 Gh/s speed needs 1.5-1.8A per device.  It is unlikely you will be able to utilize each port in a powered USB hub.  In tests a 10 port "Juiced Systems" USB 3.0 powered hub ran 4 miners and a USB fan comfortably.
      • Miners can exceed 5 Gh/s but have NOT been tested above BfgMiner oscillator settings of 55 bits.  Running at higher speeds may damage the miner and will void the 30 day warranty.
      • Light to medium air circulation required for speeds over 3.7-4.1 Gh/s.  USB fans work very well.



      Full Image Gallery at http://imgur.com/a/WKycW#0


         


          Pricing:
        Can vary with changing exchange rates.
            
        • 1-9 Units  - $68.00
               [PRICE DROP]
            
        • 10-24 Units - $66.50
               [PRICE DROP]      
            
        • 25+ Units - $58.00


        How soon can I get them?        **Ships in 1 Business Day or Less**
         FREE USA Domestic USPS First Class shipping is included.
         USA Domestic FedEx Standard Overnight (where available) is $36 for up to 25 miners.
         
         Promise it will work?:
         All miners are tested twice before they are shipped.  Once by the Developer himself, then again by Moonlight Miner.
         We have a 30 day replacement warranty for each device.  No refunds.  
         Warranty void if overclocked above 55 bits or used without some form of air movement/fan.
          

        Who's the Brains behind this?
         Nano Fury is an open source design developed by Bitcointalk.org forum member "vs3."  We encourage BTC donations for the developer at 1AHvViTD5wohPywNYHi8NZ8uPhbY9dZXCY.
         Details of the design, files and questions for the developer can be found at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=321287.0

        How do I buy these?
        EDIT - Webstore is now up.  Go to:

        http://www.moonlightminer.com

        What if I need help?

        Info Sheet and Start-up Instructions

        We have not tested many hubs conclusively at this point but believe amp capacity to be the only limiting factor.  You can use USB 2.0 or 3.0 hubs.  3.0's typically have greater capacity.  Please refer to this comprehensive list of hubs that been tested: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=253749.0

        The original Nano Fury Open Source thread offers quality community support at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=321287.0

        If you are unable to have your question answered through these resources contact Moonlight Miner Support support@moonlightminer.com

        [/list]
        12  Bitcoin / Hardware / [SOLD OUT] NEW USB MINER - 5 Gh/s NANO FURY II USB MINER, **$39.00** on: March 23, 2014, 01:46:57 AM
        06/20/2014 UPDATE

        NF2 is now completely sold out.

        BUT!- the Nano Fury 6 is now available in the webstore.  We will not have a big thread on the product here so look at the webstore for details.  There are very limited number available.

        But check it out - very cool miner.  We give you an additional heatsink for the front, which is flat, if you really want to overclock it.

        moonlightminer.com






          5 Gh/s Nano Fury II USB Bitcoin Miner v0.5
          by Moonlight Miner, Design by vs3
          Dual Chip Bitfury USB ASIC Miner


          5 Gh/s Nano Fury II USB Bitcoin Miner v0.5
          by Moonlight Miner, Design by vs3
          Dual Chip Bitfury USB ASIC Miner


          Specs and Info:

          • LOWEST PRICED 5 Gh/s USB MINER AVAILABLE
          • NOT a Pre-Order -- In stock for immediate shipment
          • Each miner contains TWO Bitfury (Rev.1) ASIC Chips
          • Super Easy Install - No additional drivers needed for most computers
          • Requires this version of BfgMiner: http://luke.dashjr.org/tmp/code/webisect/webisect.php?dobuild=bfgminer
          • Overclockable - speed of 4.7-5.4 Gh/s at 53-55 bits - stability can reduce with increased speed.  3.7-4.1 Gh/s requires 1A(amp), which is slightly more than USB 3.0 standard of .9A
          • 5 Gh/s speed needs 1.5-1.8A per device.  It is unlikely you will be able to utilize each port in a powered USB hub.  In tests a 10 port "Juiced Systems" USB 3.0 powered hub ran 4 miners and a USB fan comfortably.
          • Miners can exceed 5 Gh/s but have NOT been tested above BfgMiner oscillator settings of 55 bits.  Running at higher speeds may damage the miner and will void the 30 day warranty.
          • Light to medium air circulation required for speeds over 3.7-4.1 Gh/s.  USB fans work very well.

          NEW!  Info on MAC OS support thanks to Nate Woolls.  http://blog.nwoolls.com/2014/04/10/bitcoin-mining-on-mac-os-x-nanofury-2-asics/



          Full Image Gallery at http://imgur.com/a/WKycW#0


             


               Pricing:
            Can vary with changing exchange rates.
                
            • 1-9 Units  - $39.00
                   [PRICE DROP]
                
            • 10-24 Units - $39.00
                   [PRICE DROP]      
                
            • 25+ Units - $30.00
                          [PRICE DROP]
            [/list]


            How soon can I get them?        **Ships in 1 Business Day or Less**
             FREE USA Domestic USPS First Class shipping is included.
             USA Domestic FedEx Standard Overnight (where available) is $36 for up to 25 miners.
             
             Promise it will work?:
             All miners are tested twice before they are shipped.  Once by the Developer himself, then again by Moonlight Miner.
             We have a 30 day replacement warranty for each device.  No refunds.  
             Warranty void if overclocked above 55 bits or used without some form of air movement/fan.
              

            Who's the Brains behind this?
             Nano Fury is an open source design developed by Bitcointalk.org forum member "vs3."  We encourage BTC donations for the developer at 1AHvViTD5wohPywNYHi8NZ8uPhbY9dZXCY.
             Details of the design, files and questions for the developer can be found at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=321287.0

            How do I buy these?
            EDIT - Webstore is now up.  Go to:

            http://www.moonlightminer.com

            What if I need help?

            Info Sheet and Start-up Instructions

            We have not tested many hubs conclusively at this point but believe amp capacity to be the only limiting factor.  You can use USB 2.0 or 3.0 hubs.  3.0's typically have greater capacity.  Please refer to this comprehensive list of hubs that been tested: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=253749.0

            The original Nano Fury Open Source thread offers quality community support at https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=321287.0

            If you are unable to have your question answered through these resources contact Moonlight Miner Support support@moonlightminer.com

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            13  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] NanoFury Miners Ė Factory Rejects, 0.09 [btc] / Per Miner on: January 17, 2014, 02:15:03 AM
                   17 NanoFurys For Sale

            I have 17 NanoFuries left from my v0.7 Moonlightminer(MLM) run.  All but one or two have speed issues.  
            They do not hit 2.0 Gh/s at stock speed +/-10%.  So this is a discounted sale.

            FACTS:

            **5 miners (#0,#1,#7,#9,#12)are technically within the +/-10% variance, but they are at the lower end so Iíll discount these too.
            **1 miner (#8) is actually 1.96 Gh/s stock so that one is good but Iíll still discount it.
            **The lowest stock speed is 1.43 Gh/s, but the average of all 17 together is 1.73 Gh/s.
            **Overclocked speed is different story.  The second screen shot shows the miners overclocked to 55 bits, which they have handled fine for the past few weeks.
            **All but 1 hits 2.0 or better.  The one that does not is 1.99.  The highest is 2.67.

            PRICE

            Each miner is .09 BTC.  Thatís a great deal for the faster ones and appropriate for the slowest.  
            Please let me know which ones you want by giving me the number from the screen prints.   I will update the OP with what is left.

            TO PURCHASE

            Send .09 BTC for each miner.  Add to that total .01 BTC for USPS Priority Shipping.  SEND IT FROM AN ADDRESS YOU CONTROL.
             
            Payment Address: 1FUVvhrJ6c8p53J5WmnqHxVQPW8uQfJ16A

            ***Sorry but I will not ship outside the US unless you are purchasing 8 or more.***

            After payment please send me a PM with:
             
             1. Which miners are you buying
             2. How much you paid
             3. Your Transaction ID
             4. Your Shipping Address
             5. Your email address (in case we can't communicate via the Forum)


            Available Miners Are:
             
              0
              1
              2
              3
              4
              5
              6 - Very slow, reduced to 0.07 BTC
              7
              8 - Sold
              9
              10
              11
              12 - Sold
              13
              14
              15
              16


            Nano Furys at Stock Settings - 50 bits


            Overclocked to 55 bits

            14  Economy / Computer hardware / Closed on: January 15, 2014, 11:51:31 PM
            Tt
            15  Economy / Auctions / [AUCTION] 220 Gh/s of Asicminer Blades in 2 Sets of 10 on: January 12, 2014, 04:30:16 AM



            I am selling two (2) ASIC Bitcoin miners each consisting of ten (10) Asicminer blades. 
            In addition to the 10 Asicminer blades, each miner includes a backplane, a 1000W HP PSU that plugs into the backplane and enough Ethernet cables for each blade.

            Each miner has 9 standard blades and one overclocked blade.  The standard blades run at 10.7 Gh/s
            One of the overclocked blades runs at 15 Gh/s the other minerís overclocked blade runs about 13.5 Gh/s.  Each overclocked blade sit in the first slot for extra cooling.

            Both miners have run in a cool, data center environment and been well cared for.
            If you are not familiar with Asicminer Blades, they are incredibly dependable workhorses and require almost zero oversight once they are started.  They are not temperamental.  They just work!  They do require a proxy to be running on a PC or perhaps a raspberry pi (have not looked into that).

            Hash Speed
            Miner #1 runs at 111 Gh/s
            Miner #2 runs at 109 Gh/s

            Auction Terms
            I will entertain offers until the countdown clock hits zero.
            Minimum bid is 1.5 BTC per miner.  Miners can be purchased together or separate.  They will ship no later than Wednesday, January 15.  Payment must be made within 24 hours of the sale ending.  Payment must be made in BTC to an address I will provide at the end of the sale.
            Shipping will be paid by buyer who can choose their preferred option.  I have a FedEx account with a 40% discount that I would be happy to let you use.  The blades and backplane can all be shipped in their original boxes.
            I reserve the right to cancel the sale or choose a buyer prior to Monday at 5:00 p.m.  Should no one meet the minimum I will not sell them elsewhere but continue to mine with one or both units.


             
            16  Bitcoin / Hardware / PayPal Could Stop Supporting Sales of Bitcoin Miners [Acct Restored] on: December 28, 2013, 03:43:46 PM
            My PayPal account was limited this morning and my PP Debit Card was cancelled.   Among other things they have requested that I sign and notorize the following statement:

            I, the undersigned, do affirm that I understand and will comply with
            PayPal's policy regarding the use of PayPal accounts to sell electronic
            currency. I understand that PayPal may not be used for the exchange of
            electronic currency including the sale of Bitcoin Miners. I further affirm
            that any future violation of the policy may result in immediate restricted
            access to the account.


            Let me know if you are a reseller and have received similar.

            Alternatives???

            EDIT: After calling them to enquire as to why I was "Limited" my account was fully restored in 30 minutes.
            BUT - They clearly were prepared to cancel it if I was selling miners.  Better start looking for alternatives.
            17  Economy / Auctions / [AUCTION] Two(2) New Bitfury H-Cards V2.2 on: November 13, 2013, 11:08:42 PM
            AUCTION FOR 2 BITFURY H-CARDS V2.2



            DESCRIPTION:
            Two(2) New BitFury H-Cards V2.2
            Received 10/28/13
            Used with BitFury Miners (Mega Big Power)
            Cards are new and have never been used.  Tested by Mega Big Power to insure hash speed is at least 25 Gh/s.
            Rated Ė 25 Gh/s.  Most new cards are hashing out of the box at over 30 Gh/s.

            RESERVE PRICE:
            1 BTC per card + Shipping
            (Shipping not included)

            MINIMUM BIDDING INCREMENTS
            0.05

            BUY IT NOW:
            2.5 BTC per card
            I will pay overnight FedEx shipping (US only)

            END DATE AND TIME:
            Friday, November 15, 2013 4:30 p.m. USA MST About 48 hours.  See counter.

            PAYMENT:
            BTC only

            MORE INFORMATION:
            Cards are still under warranty by Mega Big Power

            Escrow OK if you must.  You are responsible for the fee and I need to approve escrow agent being used.

            I have decided to stick with the older version of the Bitfury M-Board and cannot use these cards as they are incompatible.

            I have no way to test these cards so I do not know their speed beyond the guaranteed 25 Gh/s.  As I said, most users report "out of the box" hash speeds of 30+Gh/s on the new cards.  There are ways to overclock them but you may void the warranty.

            I reserve the right to cancel the auction at anytime or refuse certain bids/bidders.

            Much prefer to sell the cards together in which case I will pay for USPS Priority shipping in the US or apply the equivalent amount as credit toward other shipping methods per the winner(s).

            I have a busy job so if I don't answer a question right away don't worry.  I will get back to you.

            First official auction so if I screwed something up in the rules go easy on me.  I will make it fair.



            18  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTB] BitFury H-Cards on: October 18, 2013, 01:45:01 AM
            [WTB] BitFury H-Cards for V1.0 M-Board.  I currently have a starter kit with 8 cards. But would like to add to it.

            Can pay in BTC or Paypal.

            If anyone has a starter kit they are not using, now is the time to sell. 

            The h-cards are worth less every time the difficulty goes up.

            Check out my reputation here and on eBay.  My username is Moonlightminers.

            EDIT - 10/25/13 purchased a few but still looking for more

            EDIT - 12/09/13 still looking, don't be shy.
            19  Bitcoin / Mining support / Help with Blade and Proxy Issues on: September 24, 2013, 02:49:16 AM
            I have read through all the guides and had this working briefly but got interrupted and did not save something right.
            Can't seem to get the proxy to pick up the miner. Can anyone look at these and see if I'm doing something obviously newb?

            Bat file for Proxy - http://i.imgur.com/AzgkEg3.png
            Proxy - http://i.imgur.com/mfbbcWj.png
            Blade Settings - http://i.imgur.com/C6g9JN2.png
            20  Economy / Computer hardware / Gauging Interest in a BitFury Starter Kit, 25GH, expandable to 400GH on: August 27, 2013, 06:51:09 AM
            This is not a set sale or auction yet.

            I am just trying to see what interest there might be in this.
            Post a reply if this is something you would be interested in bidding/purchasing.  Minimum would be in the $1450 range (my cost).

            Reason considering sale: I have invested funds in a number of board projects, including BitFury builds.  I may want to add to that investment at the expense of this one.

            I expect the miner to be delivered in the next 2 weeks and am considering selling it. 
            If I decide to sell it will not be posted until I have it in hand.   Not a Pre-order sale.

            August Delivery of a BitFury 25GH Starter Kit including Custom Case by Spotswood and other accessories.
            Miner
            https://megabigpower.com/shop/index.php?route=product/product&path=59&product_id=54

            Case
            https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=257788.msg2954781#msg2954781

            The kit is expandable to 400GH by adding 15 additional boards.  As of this posting there were 161 boards available for October delivery.
            https://megabigpower.com/shop/index.php?route=product/product&path=60&product_id=55

            Included in the kit:

            1 Master board
            1 Hashing board with 16 Bitfury 55nm ASIC chips
            1 Raspberry Pi Model B with SD card and software preinstalled
            2 x Ring terminal to Molex-Jr adapter cable
            Instructions for assembly and setup

            Additionally - Included:

            1  Custom Aluminum case made by spotswood
            1  Manual PSU switch
            4  120mm fans

            If interested let me know.
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