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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][MCM] Mochimo | Quantum-Proof Cryptocurrency | Official Announcement [ANN] on: May 30, 2018, 08:37:31 AM
Interesting, been reading the whitepaper and now looking forward to see the source to Trigg's PoW algorithm which is still missing, unfortunately.
2  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Official BITMINE CoinCraft series 28nm ASIC miners thread on: April 30, 2014, 10:52:22 PM
@giorgiomassa
This firmware update is even worse than before. My hashrates are lower than before. How can i get the original firmware back? can you post the old one?



Hi mo_mo,

This is unlikely since we didn't do changes to the nominal settings, can you please tell me with what speed settings you were running it before the upgrade and what preset are you using right now?

Possibly with reported speed on the pool and on the LCD/web interface before and after. Thanks!
3  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Official BITMINE CoinCraft series 28nm ASIC miners thread on: April 30, 2014, 10:58:16 AM
so i test the new clocking options, these are the results that i get:

power save ultra
~710 Watt = ~740 GH/s
0,95 Watt per GH/s

power save moderate
~770 Watt = ~808 GH/s
~0,95 Watt per GH/s

power save light
~940 Watt = ~940 GH/s
~1 Watt per GH/s

normale mode
~1040 Watt = ~1020 GH/s
~1,01 Watt per GH/s

turbo light
~1140 Watt = ~1080 GH/s
~1,05 Watt per GH/s

turbo moderate
~1330 Watt = ~1140 GH/s
~1,16 Watt per GH/s

turbo extreme
not testet, because the system starts for a second and than go down... i think it can be a problem with the psu, i musst test it

the HW in alls mode are under 1 % -> i get this result with the tool  "cgremote"...


Thank you Wolke for this detailed report, can you tell me what PSU do you have mounted in the unit?



hehe no problem...i was interested what is possible.... i bought the psu's from LEPA -> G1600-MA-EU ( http://www.lepatek.de/g1600/ ),
i bought it because i get this psu for a special price, i paid only 219 € inkl. tax for each...  


Ok, the PSU looks good in wattage but possibly you have not equally distributed the 12V rails available on the 5 slots. Can you please make sure from the manufacturer's manual that each card would be able to get up to 30-35A each?
4  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Official BITMINE CoinCraft series 28nm ASIC miners thread on: April 30, 2014, 10:39:20 AM
so i test the new clocking options, these are the results that i get:

power save ultra
~710 Watt = ~740 GH/s
0,95 Watt per GH/s

power save moderate
~770 Watt = ~808 GH/s
~0,95 Watt per GH/s

power save light
~940 Watt = ~940 GH/s
~1 Watt per GH/s

normale mode
~1040 Watt = ~1020 GH/s
~1,01 Watt per GH/s

turbo light
~1140 Watt = ~1080 GH/s
~1,05 Watt per GH/s

turbo moderate
~1330 Watt = ~1140 GH/s
~1,16 Watt per GH/s

turbo extreme
not testet, because the system starts for a second and than go down... i think it can be a problem with the psu, i musst test it

the HW in alls mode are under 1 % -> i get this result with the tool  "cgremote"...


Thank you Wolke for this detailed report, can you tell me what PSU do you have mounted in the unit?

5  Bitcoin / Hardware / Firmware update for CoinCraft Desk units - 20140425170710 on: April 29, 2014, 08:20:37 PM
Dear all,

finally the software update for the CoinCraft Desk Units has been released and is available, together with instructions, on the following page:


http://www.bitmine.ch/?page_id=5483




This is the changelog for this version:

*) Fixed OpenSSL heartbleed vulnerability

*) Fixed web interface issues with Apple iOS-based safari browser

*) Fixed an issue with recent generations of One-Wire temperature sensors

*) Added thermal shutdown and automatic recovery

*) Added over/down-voltage ability both with basic preset settings and advanced settings, leading to an increased hashing rate.

*) Updated cgminer to latest version 4.3.0

*) Optimized cgminer’s driver with up to 20% less CPU usage on Raspberry Pi system

*) Stepped back to diff-1 jobs so that HW errors will be detected earlier and the displayed hashing rate will be more consistent with the effective hashing rate



Enjoy!  Smiley
6  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Official BITMINE CoinCraft series 28nm ASIC miners thread on: April 28, 2014, 08:00:43 AM
Sunday.

As I expected, no update on sunday. They didn't learn anything. After all the delays and promises I thought this time it would be different.
Why the hell do you always promise things and never hold the timeline?

yes, that's realy true -> i thought last week the same well or rahter a 50 / 50 chance that the update will come on sunday...

but it's very sad, you all can see that the clear promised date of released was yesterday... and nothing happened... no update no statement....
 


Don't worry, we are releasing it today, we took the chance to fix some other minor bugs and delayed the release of one day.
7  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Official BITMINE CoinCraft series 28nm ASIC miners thread on: April 25, 2014, 03:44:09 PM
soft/firmeware update ?

Dear all,

We are finishing to test the latest firmware internally, this took longer than expected because it will allow users to overclock/overvolt their systems and as such we had to make sure this won't affect the systems even on prolonged use.

We are quite confident that within the end of the week it will be released, this is the preliminary list of changes that have been done:


*) Fixed OpenSSL heartbleed vulnerability

*) Fixed web interface issues with Apple iOS-based safari browser

*) Fixed an issue with recent generations of One-Wire temperature sensors

*) Added thermal shutdown and automatic recovery

*) Added over/down-voltage ability both with basic preset settings and advanced settings, leading to an increased hashing rate.

*) Updated cgminer to latest version 4.3.0

*) Optimized cgminer's driver with up to 20% less CPU usage on Raspberry Pi system

*) Stepped back to diff-1 jobs so that HW errors will be detected earlier and the displayed hashing rate will be more consistent with the effective hashing rate


When it will be released, the new firmware will be linked here and also announced on our newsletter.

nice -> end of this week mean tomorrow 25.4. or sunday 26.4. ?


easy question,hello ?

Sunday.

Hi Giorgio,

its nice to see you back on the forum. how are the rigs coming along?

We're working hardly on it, the power density is so high that it makes engineering very challenging and we want it to hit 3TH/s. Next week we'll get the final run of the rig's mainboard (had to be re-engineered 3 times) and we should be announcing the mass production by then. I would like to point out that the rig's hashing unit's are working and are being already produced, the issue is only related to the mainboard which is a much simpler board and as such can be produced very quickly once the prototype is fixed.
8  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Official BITMINE CoinCraft series 28nm ASIC miners thread on: April 25, 2014, 01:19:53 PM
soft/firmeware update ?

Dear all,

We are finishing to test the latest firmware internally, this took longer than expected because it will allow users to overclock/overvolt their systems and as such we had to make sure this won't affect the systems even on prolonged use.

We are quite confident that within the end of the week it will be released, this is the preliminary list of changes that have been done:


*) Fixed OpenSSL heartbleed vulnerability

*) Fixed web interface issues with Apple iOS-based safari browser

*) Fixed an issue with recent generations of One-Wire temperature sensors

*) Added thermal shutdown and automatic recovery

*) Added over/down-voltage ability both with basic preset settings and advanced settings, leading to an increased hashing rate.

*) Updated cgminer to latest version 4.3.0

*) Optimized cgminer's driver with up to 20% less CPU usage on Raspberry Pi system

*) Stepped back to diff-1 jobs so that HW errors will be detected earlier and the displayed hashing rate will be more consistent with the effective hashing rate


When it will be released, the new firmware will be linked here and also announced on our newsletter.

nice -> end of this week mean tomorrow 25.4. or sunday 26.4. ?


easy question,hello ?

Sunday.
9  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Official BITMINE CoinCraft series 28nm ASIC miners thread on: April 24, 2014, 03:25:39 PM
Order 38xx still processing

I am therefore quiet upset that someone  with a 4xxx order got a Fedex tracking number...

What's happening at bitmine?
We had a shortage of high power PSUs for 1 TH/s models, so we continued to follow the queue by shipping the 200/400/600/800 models or the orders where the customer opted to have its order shipped without PSU. This may have led to some order numbers being shipped earlier than others, I'm sorry about that.

Today we received three pallets of Coolmax ZPS-1600B and next week we'll finally start to receive supply from Antec with whom we made a long term supply agreement.

Production has constantly been going further at 60 units/day and we're keeping it up, expect all desk order to be cleared quite fast from now!
10  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Official BITMINE CoinCraft series 28nm ASIC miners thread on: April 24, 2014, 03:21:30 PM
soft/firmeware update ?

Dear all,

We are finishing to test the latest firmware internally, this took longer than expected because it will allow users to overclock/overvolt their systems and as such we had to make sure this won't affect the systems even on prolonged use.

We are quite confident that within the end of the week it will be released, this is the preliminary list of changes that have been done:


*) Fixed OpenSSL heartbleed vulnerability

*) Fixed web interface issues with Apple iOS-based safari browser

*) Fixed an issue with recent generations of One-Wire temperature sensors

*) Added thermal shutdown and automatic recovery

*) Added over/down-voltage ability both with basic preset settings and advanced settings, leading to an increased hashing rate.

*) Updated cgminer to latest version 4.3.0

*) Optimized cgminer's driver with up to 20% less CPU usage on Raspberry Pi system

*) Stepped back to diff-1 jobs so that HW errors will be detected earlier and the displayed hashing rate will be more consistent with the effective hashing rate


When it will be released, the new firmware will be linked here and also announced on our newsletter.
11  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Official BITMINE CoinCraft series 28nm ASIC miners thread on: April 07, 2014, 05:34:45 PM
Quick CoinCraft Rig update, as promised: all parts are here, we're just missing the motherboard. Tomorrow testing will begin and hopefully production will start in the following days.

Many people have asked about the new firmware, which should also be ready within a week or so.

I will let you know how things proceed!
12  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Official BITMINE CoinCraft series 28nm ASIC miners thread on: April 03, 2014, 08:08:49 PM
I asked for a refund on Monday and no response what so ever. Feels longer than 48 hours to me.


Please send me your order # by PM and I will make sure someobody gives you an answer by tomorrow.
13  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Official BITMINE CoinCraft series 28nm ASIC miners thread on: April 03, 2014, 05:06:05 PM
I understand that CoinCraft Rig production status is one of the main concern right now. While I would like to be more specific I cannot give you an exact date where production will start but we currently estimate CoinCraft Rig production to start next week.

Please understand that to run a company like bitmine means having to cope with unexpected setbacks like the one we had to face today: for some reason we still don't understand swiss customs hold some parts we needed to assembly the units for orders of today and tomorrow. This issue postpones the delivery for some 1-2 days, all customers whose orders have been hit by this setback have been contacted individually and a new delivery date has been given and the reason explained. We expect to communicate more frequently problems like these to our customers, as we understand communication plays a key role and customers don't like to be kept in the dark about what's happening about their orders.

This problem doesn't impact directly Rig production (as production was anyway set to start next week, when all parts are being delivered to us) but it makes me impossible for now to give you an exact date when Rig production will start. I will give you a more detailed report of Rig production not as late as monday, and hopefully I will also be able to communicate an exact date when production will start.

What I can advise to customers waiting for CoinCraft Rigs orders whose orders begin with 2xxx or 3xxx, if they can't wait any longer, is to contact our customer support team to ask them to change their orders from CoinCraft Rigs to CoinCraft Desk and hopefully their new orders should be delivered within 10-15 days, while I have to ask customers with orders 4xxx to hold on, as their order are still being covered by the Customer Protection Plan.

For any personal request, please contact our customer support team and you should receive an answer to your inquiry within 48 business hours. Thank you!
14  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Official BITMINE CoinCraft series 28nm ASIC miners thread on: April 02, 2014, 06:38:07 PM
Hello everyone!

Time has finally come for me to make things clear about past happenings and what you can expect from bitmine in the future. First of all I owe everyone an apology being that late clarifying things but I felt that explaining anything without first setting up, on one hand, a better production line that could catch up delayed orders, and on the other hand a competent customer support staff that could answer all of your inquiries, it would not be of much use. Adding to that, my insane work schedule never let me much time for the forum and your personal inquiries. That being said I want a couple of things to be clarified:

- We never, ever, favored "bigger" customers over "little" customers. It has happened that some partnering companies have payed us to have a different production line, where one fixed person stood in our production facility and made miners just for them. This never influenced the "main" production line and it is not the cause for other orders delays.

- We never took orders having in mind to never deliver them, using the money we received as "cashflow", as someone suggested. Paying for a refund is not only a financial loss for us (as we also have to pay an additional 10% as penalty) but it is mostly about having an unhappy customer, who will probably never come to bitmine again. I cannot stress this enough, we want ALL orders to be delivered as fast as possible.

I would like also to speak about our past mistakes, and after that, how you can expect things to go with bitmine from now on:

- Production issues: it is no secret, bitmine has been hampered with production problems for most of the time. For multiple reasons, production went too slow and this caused the delays that many of you are facing.

- Overconfidence: we were too confident thinking we could catch up delays and, at some point, we simply took too many than what we should have taken and this also led to delays.

- Lack of communication: at some point our small staff was overwhelmed with emails, phone calls, letters and people showing up on our front door. We should have reinforced our customer support staff sooner than what we did.

For these reasons, we at bitmine owe you a big apology. In our defense I want to remind you that bitmine is a young and relatively small company and for most of us, dealing with so many requests is something new which we never experienced before. And even if we think we are improving and willing to improve, we make ourselves no illusions that some mistakes will still be made.

This being said I want to explain you how things are going with bitmine currently. Production is slowly but steadily improving and we are finally catching up delays. Concerning customer support, we reinforced our staff and are happy to announce that in the last two weeks we answered almost all emails within 48 hours. We also hired a new PR, who is currently working with customer support and will begin getting in touch with the forum shortly.

Finally, I want to give you some words about what you can expect from bitmine in the future:

- MUCH faster delivery times than what you experienced until now.

- A competent and fast customer and technical support. Expect all of your emails to be answered within 48 hours. Also, our customer support team speaks english, italian, french and german.

- Up to date news concerning our products, firmware releases, and many other bitmine and bitcoin-related news and new ways to interact with us and give us your feedback.

Last, but not least, I will try to be more present in the forum and answer your personal inquiries in time to come.


15  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Official BITMINE CoinCraft series 28nm ASIC miners thread on: March 28, 2014, 08:49:08 PM
I saw the same exception when I tried to login with a safari browser.

Chrome and Firefox were OK.

I confirm on Firefox browser, work perfekt.
On internet explorer MS  errors

Yes we are aware of the problem as it currently works only with firefox, we are releasing next week an updated firmware that fixes this and other minor issues.

Thanks for reporting!
16  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Official BITMINE CoinCraft series 28nm ASIC miners thread on: March 20, 2014, 09:00:23 PM
so....

i'm very interested as it looks at bitmine and giorgiomassa.... i thinks its time to have a personal view...

for this reason i plan to visit bitmine and giorgiomassa on monday 24.03.2013 at 10:00 european time...

@giorgiomassa
do you think it's ok ?





You're very welcome, please contact our support team to schedule an appointment!
17  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Official BITMINE CoinCraft series 28nm ASIC miners thread on: March 12, 2014, 06:34:45 PM
if they produce more than 50 units a day -> why i have to wait to the end of march begin of april ?
my que is under 400... Angry

The current estimations given by our support team are set by purpose on an extremely conservative way, most probably you will get it earlier.
18  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Official BITMINE CoinCraft series 28nm ASIC miners thread on: March 12, 2014, 03:24:24 PM
I ordered a 800GH machine in the Jan #2 batch (supposed to ship Jan 15 - lolz).

As of today my machine is 46 days late (first 10 days of being late don't count according to CCP, otherwise it would be 56 days late). So already I better be awarded an additional 40% hash power according to CCP (10% per every 10 days late). This is assuming it would ship today of course, which it won't. In 4 more days it will be 50 days late, which at that time I better be awarded 50% more hash power as promised by CCP. This will mean they have to fill my 800GH machine with a 5th card, and also and me an additional machine with 1 card.

In 14 days from now it will be 60 days late, at which time I will request full refund + 10% guaranteed by CCP.

Am I understanding this all correctly?

Hi,

Yes your calculation is accurate.

Thanks for the clarification. Do I need to contact support to request my additional hash or will they add it automatically?

It is automatically added based on your CPP coverage on the day of shipping the unit.

What happens on Day 61 if you do not want a refund? Does the CCP (10%/10days) continue?

The CPP was meant to be a compromise between and acceptable risk for our customers and an acceptable risk for us. The concept is this: we could possibly delay, we understand this is a loss for you so we are compensating this loss with additional hashing power (+10% every 10 days). If we are really so much late that waiting would make no more sense for you (the famous "61 days"), then you can cancel your order, get the money back and even get a 10% free gift from us for the troubles you had. So the answer is no, after the 61st day we are not giving more than 50% of compensation because that would result in a plain loss for us, you can either wait for the 50% compensated order to be shipped or cancel the order as per above.

I'm not aware of any other Bitcoin mining equipment manufacturer in the world that offers such a good customer protection. Our primary goal is customer's satisfaction and we are working hard to achieve this.

19  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Official BITMINE CoinCraft series 28nm ASIC miners thread on: March 12, 2014, 03:06:47 PM
I ordered a 800GH machine in the Jan #2 batch (supposed to ship Jan 15 - lolz).

As of today my machine is 46 days late (first 10 days of being late don't count according to CCP, otherwise it would be 56 days late). So already I better be awarded an additional 40% hash power according to CCP (10% per every 10 days late). This is assuming it would ship today of course, which it won't. In 4 more days it will be 50 days late, which at that time I better be awarded 50% more hash power as promised by CCP. This will mean they have to fill my 800GH machine with a 5th card, and also and me an additional machine with 1 card.

In 14 days from now it will be 60 days late, at which time I will request full refund + 10% guaranteed by CCP.

Am I understanding this all correctly?

Hi,

Yes your calculation is accurate.

Thanks for the clarification. Do I need to contact support to request my additional hash or will they add it automatically?

It is automatically added based on your CPP coverage on the day of shipping the unit.
20  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Official BITMINE CoinCraft series 28nm ASIC miners thread on: March 12, 2014, 02:57:02 PM
I ordered a 800GH machine in the Jan #2 batch (supposed to ship Jan 15 - lolz).

As of today my machine is 46 days late (first 10 days of being late don't count according to CCP, otherwise it would be 56 days late). So already I better be awarded an additional 40% hash power according to CCP (10% per every 10 days late). This is assuming it would ship today of course, which it won't. In 4 more days it will be 50 days late, which at that time I better be awarded 50% more hash power as promised by CCP. This will mean they have to fill my 800GH machine with a 5th card, and also and me an additional machine with 1 card.

In 14 days from now it will be 60 days late, at which time I will request full refund + 10% guaranteed by CCP.

Am I understanding this all correctly?

Hi,

Yes your calculation is accurate.
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