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461  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [GROUP BUY WORLDWIDE]Avalon miner 200 GH/s 4-5 days to shipment! on: January 15, 2014, 05:08:15 AM

Wow, Paypal is taking a hard line against BTC. They probably don't want to get mixed up in it in case the US gov starts restricting it.


Not surprising after terrahash and BFL ext ext
462  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [GROUP BUY WORLDWIDE]Avalon miner 200 GH/s 4-5 days to shipment! on: January 15, 2014, 04:59:40 AM
No escrow for now, we have recieved overwhelming response from customers and enough orders that we think its enough for decent reviews without taking the risk of escrow, you can wait until enough customers have purchased units.

Paypal has restricted our account we are trying to resolve it with paypal as we speak - It seems that paypal is not fond of Bitcoin or Bitcoin mining related equipment , I figured this would happen eventually but not so soon. Two first orders are shipped , If we manage to resolve it with paypal we will ship the units according to the customers that paid with paypal - otherwise our customers will get refunded by paypal if we dont resolve this, and we will stop using paypal. For the customer that paid with BTC we will ship your unit on Thursday.

So you have sold overwhelmingly 1 unit with BTC ? The rest are paypal and frozen ( or to be refunded).

Correct ?

And you do not want to do Escrow ?

I understand you aren't gettin on to well there with the well respected Mr Canary, there are other respected members here who offer Escrow.

No Escrow, No paypal and 1 order. Lookin Good  Wink

Edit : 2 more units

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rs****ra@gmail.com                             2                                           BTC - Shipping on Monday 21th Jan
463  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [GROUP BUY WORLDWIDE]Avalon miner 200 GH/s 4-5 days to shipment! on: January 15, 2014, 03:45:41 AM
So I just noticed these aren't shipping with power supplies, request a picture of the power distribution board(s) so I know what I need to buy for a power supply.

We will arrange that today-tomorrow at most.

I would order if Canary was Escrow and a dispatch time was guaranteed.

otherwise at this time,   No deal

No escrow for now, we have recieved overwhelming response from customers and enough orders that we think its enough for decent reviews without taking the risk of escrow, you can wait until enough customers have purchased units.

Regards
Bit-tech



lol Escrow is a risk for Bit-tech

You can ask any forum member if Canary would be a risk for Escrow, and I can pretty much guess there answer..

I'll be waiting this one out, thanks
464  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [GROUP BUY WORLDWIDE]Avalon miner 200 GH/s 4-5 days to shipment! on: January 15, 2014, 03:27:25 AM
I would order if Canary was Escrow and a dispatch time was guaranteed.

otherwise at this time,   No deal
465  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Klondike - 16 chip ASIC Open Source Board - Preliminary on: January 14, 2014, 08:43:51 AM
Having watched this thread from the beginning, I still pop in to see how progress is going on the k16 mk2.

Come on Lads,

This was a great project that died, mostly due to Avalon.
Progress is being made for next gen and this is where people come.

 pages of bickering,

Could you guys just leave this thread for discussion on the K16 and start a new one.   Grin
466  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: TechnoBit Eastern Europe, BG HEX16A 7 GH/s/Платки имонтаж на Авалон чип on: January 14, 2014, 06:24:33 AM
Update:

I'm waiting for 6 Hex16A boards since 2013-09-20
cybex  for 8x Hex16A boards since 2013-09-20
varunsin  for 7 Hex16A boards since 2013-09-30
GG9000  for .. HEX 16A board/boards - couldn't decide if you ordered 7 boards or just 1
eabedry for 11 HEX16A boards  status : shipped almost two months ago
cvaky  for 6 Hex16A boards Ordered: 2013-11-12
southerngentuk for 4 Hex16A boards since 2013-09-20

thats 43 boards or 49 boards depending how you count GG9000s order
10x for the help
with summing this
All will be out until tommorow

Almost a month latter  Shocked
467  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: What to do with mining chips? on: January 13, 2014, 03:35:18 AM
you really need a reflow oven, if you are not aware of that I would guess it is probably beyond you.

However if you are really that keen then read through the klondike thread in the custom hardware thread as I believe the k16 is almost ready to go for 2 nd gen Avalon
468  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Putting out miners that set on fire on: January 12, 2014, 12:41:05 AM
The product you are talking about already exists, They use it in data centers and on commercial cooking equipment.  Some use c02 and some use halon.  However, good electrical practices and regular inspection would probably be a better option.

From memory I think the systems were Halon or co2 (long time ago) however the systems I have seen usually where activated by the fire alarm system and incorporated disconnection of electricity supply - no point putting it out if it will reignite..

Another point to note- the rooms had strobes to indicate activation ( in addition to audible ) primarily to prevent suffocation..  Shocked

Yep,  They dissipate all of the oxygen so nothing can burn.  You don't want to be in a room when one goes off.  Some are activated electrically(24v) and some use a big ass spring and a lead link.

I've seen the lead link system in boiler houses, they sit just above the burner in front of the boiler door. There also used for fire barriers in AC ducting.

For those interested it is basically to pieces of lead that overlap and is held together with solder that has a set melt temperature. Good for high heat fires not so good with smoke fires.

Anyone interested in rigging up a smoke detector to auto shut of the supply, I can provide some advice.
469  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: Best-miner.com 220G bitcoin miners official group buy, 2.5 BTC on: January 11, 2014, 11:51:52 AM
watching,
I tried finding better photos for your units, could you post a photo of the unit against a white backgroubnd in several angles,
thanks

place a piece of paper with your forum name on the desk with the units so its visible in the photos.
470  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: Best-miner.com 220G bitcoin miners official group buy, 2.5 BTC on: January 11, 2014, 11:25:44 AM
ref : 3

Look at the activity no. - higher the better, but also look through there past posts, some people have high activity because they spam alot of threads. Read some of there posts and peoples reaction to there posts and you will soon get a feel of how trusted they are.

basically once you have show you can deliver in good time then you will have no need for escrow anymore.

Just get your first unit out there and they will post un-boxing pictures ext.. and confidence will build quickly from that..

471  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: Best-miner.com 220G bitcoin miners official group buy, 2.5 BTC on: January 11, 2014, 10:34:52 AM
    Seems no need to argue anymore, whether you believe or not, we are a really bitcoin miners seller, and anybody have opportunity to visit Guangzhou, you could visit us as our address is open.
    If this group buy is off, it is ok, we still could sell it from google and to Chinese.
    Anyway, thanks for competitors and suspicious.


There are three options that work well here.

1. Sell with Escrow through a known member like Johnk

or

2. Get a respected member to vouch for you.

or

3. Send out a unit to a trusted member for review.

Good Luck
472  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Best-miner.com offical announcement for bitcoin miners worldwild business on: January 11, 2014, 09:38:09 AM
see thread in group buys
473  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: Best-miner.com 220G bitcoin miners official group buy, 2.5 BTC on: January 11, 2014, 09:34:59 AM
You cant jump into the forum trying to sell something and open multiple ID's and use them to talk up you product.

OK, your new here that's fine, but you have just seriously hindered your sales by using multiple accounts to pump yourself's up.
474  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: Best-miner.com 220G bitcoin miners official group buy, 2.5 BTC on: January 11, 2014, 09:22:58 AM
From your other thread.
No offence but no-one in this thread has any credibility, all low activity.

The website looks nice, would be better if prices where in BTC or atleast a calc to do it.

If you want you can overnight me a sample unit, that would give you some cred  Wink

Most forum members have seen this time and time again.

All members in the other thread joined the same hour - this is old and doesn't work very well here.
475  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Best-miner.com offical announcement for bitcoin miners worldwild business on: January 11, 2014, 09:03:12 AM
I suspected as such, couldn't be arse'd to look, am so use to it now.

Seriously though, they can post me a unit and i'll give it a full review..  Grin
476  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Putting out miners that set on fire on: January 11, 2014, 08:55:41 AM
I believe a normal ATX power supply has built in protection, I have been considering an alternative DC supply, this would require some proper distribution, perhaps automotive fuses, to prevent such an occurrence.  Look for RV distribution boards on ebay perhaps.

Your main 12V DC could pass through a 12V relay/contactor and run its coil of the aux contacts of a smoke detector (most mains smoke detector manufacturers do an auxiliary unit for similar purposes)

Just make sure your contactor uses a hold on circuit with a manual "on" button, so it wont re energize in your absence.
477  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Putting out miners that set on fire on: January 11, 2014, 08:46:26 AM
The product you are talking about already exists, They use it in data centers and on commercial cooking equipment.  Some use c02 and some use halon.  However, good electrical practices and regular inspection would probably be a better option.

From memory I think the systems were Halon or co2 (long time ago) however the systems I have seen usually where activated by the fire alarm system and incorporated disconnection of electricity supply - no point putting it out if it will reignite..

Another point to note- the rooms had strobes to indicate activation ( in addition to audible ) primarily to prevent suffocation..  Shocked
478  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Best-miner.com offical announcement for bitcoin miners worldwild business on: January 11, 2014, 08:32:14 AM
No offence but no-one in this thread has any credibility, all low activity.

The website looks nice, would be better if prices where in BTC or atleast a calc to do it.

If you want you can overnight me a sample unit, that would give you some cred  Wink
479  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: [ANN] Technobit HEX8A1 - 6/8 chip Coincraft A1 board on: January 11, 2014, 05:59:36 AM
I would be interested in these boards but am also discouraged by experience, as you are aware.

How about some priority (guaranteed first shipment) order/shipping for us guys who have remained so patient ( maybe you could chuck my other order in the same box.)

Regards
480  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Terraminer IV (February batch) is the difficulty too high? on: January 10, 2014, 12:49:56 PM
I made more BTC with 7GH of USB's than with 60 GH of late BFL ( thanx BFL)

No ROI in $$$$ or BTC yet.

A bird in the hand is worth 2 in the bush. To make on pre-order is a gamble that has paid off for only a minority here.

My biggest mistake has been buying hardware with the BTC mined.

I think this is the time to let the network settle, by the calcs most miners in hand will be worthless in about 4 months. If you can't get ROI in BTC in 8 weeks then forget it and buy/hoard coin.


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