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901  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Off-Topic on: July 10, 2013, 03:07:20 AM


THIS IS a board hashing  Grin
902  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Off-Topic on: July 10, 2013, 02:58:25 AM
Nice to see the pic of the board hashing. When I visit them in the next 2 days, I will video it working.

MinermanNC...... thanks for the acid laced admonishment. It's clear that you're not here to make friends. I said that I don't appreciate being pushed. I am making this visit for all of us, and the least you can do is be polite and wait a couple of days. I don't work for you, and I'm not the company you placed an order with. I know everyone says that you have to be "thick skinned" to be on these boards, but a little civility goes a long way. I guess hiding behind a screen gives certain individuals the balls they need to verbally flay people, but I think that behavior is unacceptable. I didn't put up with it as a deputy sheriff and I don't take kindly to it now. The anonymity of the net can bring out the worst in people. It's amusing for the first few pages, but gets old after reading through 100 pages of vitriol. Would you prefer to make the long trip to Terrahash yourself, or would you appreciate it if I went? I am not making this visit for you, but you will certainly benefit from it.

I want to thank everyone else here for your kind words. I won't let you guys down.  

THAT is NOT a board hashing. That is a board that is f##ked up.
903  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Off-Topic on: July 10, 2013, 02:02:25 AM
As you all know we are NOT designing the board or the software. We are just following BKKcoins. He just got his board working yesterday, and we are just following his footsteps.

If just following in footsteps how are you able to predict such a precise delivery date?

Are u able to post that Video TH? Or the proof of additional chips you said you secured?

And.... they are offline before any of these were answered.

Perhaps they just switched users !  Wink
904  Bitcoin / Mining support / Re: Constructing a Mining Rig Questions on: July 10, 2013, 12:10:59 AM
If you really want to do this then I recommend

Raspberry PI
10 port Hub
x no. block erupters

You probably be wasting your money and will not make ROI, but it may satisfy your urge.

or

Wait a couple of months and start with some Klondike K1`s, you may just get your money back then.  Wink

You need to read  a lot more before you continue.

A basic calculator for estimating yield http://www.alloscomp.com/bitcoin/calculator (note: does not allow for increase in difficulty)
905  Bitcoin / Mining support / Re: USB ASIC ERUPTER - Setup & Config. BCG Miner, cgminer & Hubs "Oh Pi"! on: July 09, 2013, 11:37:42 PM
My 11 arrived this morning and all is good.
The only problem am having is displaying more than 9 in cgminer, i can tell there all there just not all in the first list.
Do i need to add something to the config file?

(windows 7)

EDIT : SOLVED a couple of restarts of cgminer done the trick

Not so solved,

when starting cgminer 5 or 6 are recognized almost immediately, the rest come in a few seconds later but the last few more often than not are not listed  Huh

anyone else have this problem ?
Hotplugged ones on windows stopped enlarging the window in the last version of cgminer because the interface library "pdcurses" used on windows crashes randomly when we do this so it's safer to not try to show any hotplugged devices until we can find some meaningful workaround. Linux doesn't have this issue.

thanks for the explanation, I can live with it as is, until I get my PI running....
906  Bitcoin / Mining support / Re: USB ASIC ERUPTER - Setup & Config. BCG Miner, cgminer & Hubs "Oh Pi"! on: July 09, 2013, 09:24:54 AM

is the fan needed for the asicminers?

Not at all, but it's nice to have.  I think the heatsinks do a lot more to cool the chips down

Mine were really hot, I put a desk fan on them (low speed) and now there cool as cucumbers. I think it really helped but is a bit of an overkill till my new fan arrives.
907  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Off-Topic on: July 09, 2013, 09:10:31 AM

Does this thread not constitute a room?

I'll leave it for someone else to work out.  Wink
908  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Off-Topic on: July 09, 2013, 08:09:21 AM
Official TerraHash representative here.

In order to be classified as a "scam", we have to be accepting money from you. All the folks who have contacted us since this morning, asking to place a pre-order, we have told them that we are not accepting any orders until we have something to ship.

Regarding the address, its not an alley, it is a wharehouse/retail space. It is for rent (see link below[1]). We are in the process of finalizing the lease. We don't have anything to do yet, as we all know Avalon has not released the specs yet. We will be buying the chips boards in bulk from BkkCoins (we are already in talks with him). We are already in talks with different suppliers for the components (again waiting for the Klondike design to be finished). We have already ordered automatic assembly machines (solder paste dispensers, SMT pick and place, reflow oven etc.).

The reason we went ahead with the press release so early is to gain hold in this market that is going to get very competitive soon.

I won't be replying to this thread anymore, and will be starting a new really official thread.

Thanks all.

[1] http://sfbay.craigslist.org/sby/off/3742997789.html

Can you get a pic of terra next to his PnP with his k16 board on top hashing, please,  Thankyou.
909  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Off-Topic on: July 09, 2013, 07:24:22 AM
Ok. I will go and visit their office on wednesday or thursday.

This is a very positive development.

knightlife999, thank you very much for making this effort; especially when dealing with kidney stones.
I very much look forward to your report.

And a speedy recovery!

The pair of you should get a room !!  Grin

EDIT : three of you

Agreed.  Terrahash, if there is anything that the community can to do help, I'm sure you will get an overwhelming response if you were to ask.

910  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [OPEN] Group Buy #10 126/50 ASICMiner Erupter USB 1.01693878 ea. @ 14 units on: July 09, 2013, 03:50:45 AM
MikeMike; 14; 14.23714285; 13TAGeCuriomqAQHuG6sKw1Zw2jRAusQfB

We were waiting for you to turn up  Wink did you do a bulk order of 100 hubs or somethin

If your not reselling can you post some pics please..  Grin

911  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Off-Topic on: July 09, 2013, 03:09:45 AM
I guess I could give it a go... lol. But i really don't care to do it. I'll go if I'm paid however but it depends.

How many folks would kick in?  I'd send you a few gallons worth of BTC for that video.  If we get a few folks together to chip in you could get something back for the effort.

gentuk - did you not see that TH claimed to have a board running?  obviously things will change with board revisions but if they do indeed have a hashing board now like they say then uploading a video of it should be no issue.

BKK has a board hashing  Grin Burnin has a board hashing  Grin Terahash is waiting for enough info to get a board hashing  Wink
912  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Off-Topic on: July 09, 2013, 02:42:36 AM
putting my popcorn down for a minute.....

Look guys, Terra's not going to produce anything (video, hardware, ext) until the board designer has finished designing testing and revisions.

Simple as that. I would not go as far to say scam, but he has let expectations go to far from reality.

I think he will produce, but I dont think he has the abilities to overtake BKK in his designs and who would want a miner that differs from the designers..If there is an firmware update by BKK you want to be able to use it.

Just sayin
913  Bitcoin / Mining support / Re: USB ASIC ERUPTER - Setup & Config. BCG Miner, cgminer & Hubs "Oh Pi"! on: July 08, 2013, 12:26:51 PM
I only had to run it once as well.   Grin
914  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [OPEN] Group Buy #10 27/50 ASICMiner Erupter USB 1.01693878 ea. @ 14 units on: July 08, 2013, 11:02:26 AM

OK, but i get a long signature in hash string and how i send it to "CanaryInTheMine" ?

Ok have PM`d example

the hash is the signature generated from your address and message.
915  Bitcoin / Mining support / Re: USB ASIC ERUPTER - Setup & Config. BCG Miner, cgminer & Hubs "Oh Pi"! on: July 08, 2013, 10:45:31 AM
Maybe I will try that, I haven`t shut down since I got them mining so that might sort it..

 Angry Dont want stop them, but I must...

Reboot worked, why I didn`try before ?  Huh  Grin
916  Bitcoin / Mining support / Re: USB ASIC ERUPTER - Setup & Config. BCG Miner, cgminer & Hubs "Oh Pi"! on: July 08, 2013, 10:34:01 AM
My 11 arrived this morning and all is good.
The only problem am having is displaying more than 9 in cgminer, i can tell there all there just not all in the first list.
Do i need to add something to the config file?

(windows 7)

EDIT : SOLVED a couple of restarts of cgminer done the trick

Not so solved,

when starting cgminer 5 or 6 are recognized almost immediately, the rest come in a few seconds later but the last few more often than not are not listed  Huh

anyone else have this problem ?
917  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [OPEN] Group Buy #10 27/50 ASICMiner Erupter USB 1.01693878 ea. @ 14 units on: July 08, 2013, 09:54:02 AM

How can I sign a Bitcoin message?

Please log in to your My Wallet account, navigate to the 'Receive Money' tab, and click the Action option.
918  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [OPEN] Group Buy #10 27/50 ASICMiner Erupter USB 1.01693878 ea. @ 14 units on: July 08, 2013, 09:48:57 AM
bobko;10;11.70714285;16ho8r3RWjeY35LtvdmNFh5YGDVnW3BLri
hmm, i cant send signed message from blockchain wallet :-(. the given link did not help. should i wait for something from you and then to sign it ?
Only you can sign the message, i have never used blockchain wallet so cant help much other than the link you already have. Which part are you stuck on?
919  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [OPEN] Group Buy #10 27/50 ASICMiner Erupter USB 1.01693878 ea. @ 14 units on: July 08, 2013, 02:57:41 AM
Are these the exact same type as sold in prior auctions?
No they have a different color led. Read post 2 /\    /\    /\    /\
                                                                   
920  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [OPEN] Group Buy #10 10/50 ASICMiner Erupter USB 1.01693878 ea. @ 14 units on: July 07, 2013, 11:15:30 PM
Can anyone confirm that fedEx delievers to New Zealand? And if not then what options do I have?

Thanks  Smiley

Yes they do... Grin
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