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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: [Bounty] ENJL - Crypto and Fiat Money in One Wallet - Bounty progra on: February 23, 2018, 11:08:52 PM
ENJL twitter account not active from 2017 and i dont here any news about this project anymore.
can some one explain about this project?
2  Economy / Exchanges / Re: List of bitcoin debit cards on: February 23, 2018, 11:05:15 PM
hi everyone im right now using virtual card offered by moneypolo.
and i try to spend my card with giftcardmall and its dont succes.
and the bad news thay have took my money from my card.
any here using moneypolo and try to shop in giftcardmall?
or you have here have some problem?
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: [BOUNTY] Globitex (GBX): Linking Digital Currency to Global Trade on: February 23, 2018, 11:00:39 PM
New Announcement:

Bounty stakes and token allocations are now available for viewing including Bounty 1 and 2.

Here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1_DXd0LfZYCQLQiUMLKgv1Me16OQewnPIWKkFpCYVA1I/edit#gid=0
       : https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/16RGEF3jSmEjUAmyVZthndv6TaQi-v6YUX_iEsLBdqeA/edit#gid=1200818984

For any queries please message: @onceler on telegram.

Token Agency now runs these collected bounties,

Thank you for your participation,

TokenMarket

thank you tokenmarket team.
now we only waiting for token allocation and distribution hope starting asap  Grin
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: Etherdelta deleted from CMC on: February 23, 2018, 10:57:03 PM
i dont knnow i like etherdelta is super easy for me, we just add token address and we can sell imeditelly.
and we can easy sell our token may be from airdrop or bounties that using small amount
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: How to choose the right ICO? on: February 23, 2018, 10:52:31 PM
first think roadmap, team member, partner, price, what project they are running.

the last one do think by your self
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: ❄️[Airdrop]❄️🔻🔻 HADA DBANK│Join Telegram and earn Hada coins🔻🔻 on: February 23, 2018, 10:43:53 PM
i cant find airdrop amount? how much reward for us?
correct, hi manager can you explain pool amount for this airdrop?
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: ██████【BOUNTY】█🌟█🌟█BLOCKLANCER█🌟█WIN🌟LNC🌟WORTH🌟UP🌟TO🌟25.000$██████π on: February 23, 2018, 10:41:39 PM
oh this crazy bounty with almost one year hope we receive great amount from this project
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: 🔴 $1M 🔴 [Bounty][ICO] NUCLEUS.VISION 🔶 The Future of IoT+Retail | $1M BOUNTY on: February 23, 2018, 04:38:57 PM
We are announcing the closure of the Nucleus Vision Bounty Program. Thanks everyone for their support. Read more at https://medium.com/@NucleusVision/nucleus-vision-bounty-program-officially-closed-404a99a23020
oh thanks finally bounty over hope we received our bounty before march
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: [BOUNTY] PAYPRO - launches the 1st truly decentralized financial-marketplace on: February 23, 2018, 03:07:20 PM
hi bounty manager when he last week for this bounty
10  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: Gigampz: Power Supply Kits & Adapters For Bitcoin Mining. Industrial grade. on: June 11, 2016, 09:27:52 PM
Back in stock on boards and PSU's have some great deals currently going for 80Plus Platinum rated supplies.

http://www.gigampz.com
11  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: Gigampz: 1200 Watt Platinum Efficiency PSU, for S7, and GPUs on: June 11, 2016, 09:26:08 PM
We've updated our store with Bulk packs and 1500 Watt Dual PSU's that should work with S7 and S9 for home miners.

http://www.gigampz.com
12  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: Gigampz: 1200 Watt Platinum Efficiency PSU, for S7, and GPUs on: May 23, 2016, 01:46:33 PM
    Yes, if you are running on 200+ volt wall power this PSU is perfect for the S7. 

    We have clients running hundreds of these with S7's with good success.  The power consumption number listed on the Antminer website for the S7 is as measured at the wall the 1200 Watt number on this PSU is measured at the 12 volt output after conversion AC/DC conversion losses.  If you were to measure this PSU at full 1200 Watt load at the wall it would actually be drawing a bit over 1300 Watts at the wall.

    Bottom line is it is a common confusion but this PSU works well for S7 when running on 200+ volt power.
13  Economy / Computer hardware / Gigampz: 1200 Watt Platinum Efficiency PSU, for S7, and GPUs on: May 21, 2016, 08:09:12 PM
    1200 Watt PSU for 10 PCIe connectors configurable between 6-pin or 8-pin.  Includes cabling, Adapter board, 80Plus Platinum certified power supply and heavy duty power cable for under $100 including shipping.


https://imgur.com/a/qwj70

Purchase through our online store or if you want to pay in Bitcoin by emailing sales@gigampz.com
http://www.gigampz.com/store/p31/Gigampz_Platinum_Efficiency_1200_Watt_XL_Power_Supply_Kit.html
14  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: Gigampz: Power Supply Kits & Adapters For Bitcoin Mining. Industrial grade. on: August 06, 2015, 11:12:22 PM
We have about ~24 of the 1200 Watt Platinum efficiency power supply kits left.  We dropped the price to a unbeatable $113 w/ shipping  Also have some adapters and cables available.

http://www.gigampz.com
15  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Antminer S5 power suply on: July 28, 2015, 02:50:21 PM
I have a number of PSU from EVGA and have done some testing with powering 2 S5 Antminers from on PSU.  I found that the 80 Plus Gold EVGA 1300 Watt SuperNova does an excellent job powering two miners with fans on front and back of both.  Also the 1300 watt is fairly quiet and does not seem heat up too much.  I have found that the 1600 watt 80 Plus Platinum is a bit overkill and could probably power 3 Antminer S5's, but seems to get excessively hot just powering two.  While the EVGA 1600 watt 80 Plus Titanium runs two Antminer S5's and stays super cool and in ecco mode doesn't even need to power up the fan to stay cool.  What I found very interesting was that the older generation EVGA NEX 1500 Classified watt rated at 80 Plus Gold gave me about 15% to 20% more hashing performance.  The NEX Classified did run a little hotter than the Supernova 1300 watt but not as hot as the 1600 watt Platinum.  Also the dip switches allow you to power up without sticking a paperclip in the mb cable (something that always made me a little uneasy).  Also you can change it to single rails from 8 independent ones and with 220v overclock the psu to 1650 watts.  I don't know if the 20% boost in hashing power makes up for the slight inefficiency in power conversion but for me i always like to see faster hash rates.  Has anyone else seen other PSUs that seem to provide you a boost in hash rates?   

Intel's DPS-1200TBA Platinum with a Gigampz breakout board for $113 w/shipping is the best deal out there right now.  It's a server grade PSU at substantially less money than any similarly specked ATX PSU out there.  They will probably sell out fast though they only have a limited number of them.

http://www.gigampz.com
16  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: HashFast announces specs for new ASIC: 400GH/s on: July 24, 2015, 10:31:05 PM
I'm just gonna ask this, how much are the petitioners going to have to pay in lawyers fees? i know the court only allowed somewhere in the range of $60,000 to be disbursed to them, but they requested something like $1,250,000, is that going to be billed to the petitioners?  I would assume some of the bigger names like KOI could eat it and use it as a tax write off, or is it going to be distributed evenly?  Just some information i'd like to know.
I know some lawyers have it in a clause they they would eat it and write it off, but i don't think that would apply to many bankruptcy proceedings.
Anyone have this information?

I'm not sure I understand your question.  If you are asking who determines how much the lawyers ultimately get paid it's the judge.  If you are asking if creditors would some how be responsible for covering any difference between what the judge allows in legal fees and what is available the answer is no.  If their isn't enough recovered to pay the lawyers they eat the cost.  If the judge decides not to allow their full fee they eat that cost too.
The confirmed plan was decided by the judge, they seem to be eating a very large amount is all.
The creditors are completely different from petitioners, they are the group that actually got the lawyers involved. as far as i understood there was a chance the petitioners would have to pay the unpaid bills, not the creditors.
I mean, $1mil + is alot to eat and use as a write off.

The difference in what you posted and what i asked is you are talking about petitioners are creditors(as a whole) which they are not... ... yes i understand they get a small chunk of what they are owed from the court ruling, but the left over is not the responsibility of the petitioners? that seems a little backwards to me, thats why i was asking if there was a clause or two protecting the petitioners or not.
*hope that clears up any misinterpretation*

I see what you're asking.  The answer is no, the petitioners aren't on the hook for any of the lawyer fees that you are asking about.  The petitioners paid their lawyer out of their own pocket upfront to file the petition but the cost of the bankruptcy process that ensues after a company is in bankruptcy is not their responsibility.  Bankruptcy lawyers know there is a chance that they won't get paid the full amount they claim it is routine part of their business.
17  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: HashFast announces specs for new ASIC: 400GH/s on: July 24, 2015, 12:18:50 AM
I'm just gonna ask this, how much are the petitioners going to have to pay in lawyers fees? i know the court only allowed somewhere in the range of $60,000 to be disbursed to them, but they requested something like $1,250,000, is that going to be billed to the petitioners?  I would assume some of the bigger names like KOI could eat it and use it as a tax write off, or is it going to be distributed evenly?  Just some information i'd like to know.
I know some lawyers have it in a clause they they would eat it and write it off, but i don't think that would apply to many bankruptcy proceedings.
Anyone have this information?

I'm not sure I understand your question.  If you are asking who determines how much the lawyers ultimately get paid it's the judge.  If you are asking if creditors would some how be responsible for covering any difference between what the judge allows in legal fees and what is available the answer is no.  If their isn't enough recovered to pay the lawyers they eat the cost.  If the judge decides not to allow their full fee they eat that cost too.
18  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Best 1500w+ PSU on: June 26, 2015, 11:35:08 PM
What's the best 1500w+ PSU? I currently have a EVGA 1300W G2 and it's been great - been pushing 1400W without any problems. However, I need a bit more power and preferably more efficiency. Should I just jump to the EVGA SuperNOVA 1600 P2/T2 or is there anything else better out there? Also, I read that the P2 comes with 14 PCI-e cables, can anyone confirm? The 1300G2 was only 8.

Gigampz sells a breakout for the DPS-2000bb a 2000 Watt supply.  If you are looking for the best deal out there as far as wattage and efficiency goes though check out the 1200 Watt 80 Plus Platinum kit.  At $113 it is hands down the cheapest and most efficient unbelievable quality for the price PSU out there.

http://www.gigampz.com/store/p21/Gigampz_80Plus_Platinum_Efficiency%2C_1200_Watt_Kit.html

Actually, I can beat the price on that 1200w setup.

1100w platinum supply, breakout board, and 4 24" 16G PCIe cables for $92.

Shipping is included in our prices and you get an extra hundred watts with our offering.
19  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Best 1500w+ PSU on: June 26, 2015, 02:48:20 PM
What's the best 1500w+ PSU? I currently have a EVGA 1300W G2 and it's been great - been pushing 1400W without any problems. However, I need a bit more power and preferably more efficiency. Should I just jump to the EVGA SuperNOVA 1600 P2/T2 or is there anything else better out there? Also, I read that the P2 comes with 14 PCI-e cables, can anyone confirm? The 1300G2 was only 8.

Gigampz sells a breakout for the DPS-2000bb a 2000 Watt supply.  If you are looking for the best deal out there as far as wattage and efficiency goes though check out the 1200 Watt 80 Plus Platinum kit.  At $113 it is hands down the cheapest and most efficient unbelievable quality for the price PSU out there.

http://www.gigampz.com/store/p21/Gigampz_80Plus_Platinum_Efficiency%2C_1200_Watt_Kit.html
20  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Choosing a PSU on: June 20, 2015, 11:44:55 PM
Folks, soon I will possess an S5. I am now looking to buy a PSU.

At some point in the future, it may be anywhere from 2-10 months, I will probably get another miner such as S7 etc.

Couple of questions -
1) Should I get a PSU that will support future miners? Ie. get something like a 1300-1500W PSU?
2) If yes, surely this will be overkill for a single S5 and will end up costing me more in electricity bills?
3) Should I instead get something like a 750W PSU and then later in the year buy another PSU if/when I need one?

Appreciate any thoughts.


Check out http://www.gigampz.com  They make a PSU specifically for BTC mining based off and Intel Platinum efficiency sever PSU they have the on sale right now for $113 It is a phenomenal deal you won't find a higher quality more efficient PSU for that price.
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