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1  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: BTC Pile - Same Old Game Different Name on: April 29, 2014, 03:05:09 AM
I guess he forgot to put it on the main page, but yeah, last one is 200%, its in the FAQ.


Thanks Smiley

Hey DjPxH,

 How about paying what you owe to your lenders on BTCJam before you go gambling? That would be great.
2  Economy / Reputation / Re: DjPxH reputation thread on: April 29, 2014, 03:04:03 AM
Heya DjPxH .. is it you?

https://btcjam.com/listings/11626



Yeah, that's him. He's active on here but not paying what he owes.
3  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: "BlackArrow" ASIC's, Trustable? on: October 22, 2013, 09:31:38 PM
DZ - I wouldn't even bother replying to eroxors, he's nothing but a troll, just looking to make trouble.  There are no answers you can give him that will "satisfy" his trolling.  Let me suggest that you examine a few of his past posts.  

He has no clue that your GB involves BA only because they're the ones fabbing your boards with the Bitfury chips the GB organizers bought and sent to them.

No... I'm in a bad mood.

Also, I'm simply replying to the OP's question. In my opinion, there are very few "trustable" operations. Clearly you and DZ are business partners, you may very well be legit, but I'm not giving you the benefit of the doubt. Your accounts are both new. What have you actually sold? Have you had successful transactions with members of the forums that will vouch for you? These are things to consider.
I have over 20k in customers equipment currently in my warehouse (minimum). Im about to receive ~300 16 chip BF boards, I have serveral signed agreements with Black Arrow, My business information AND number are publicly available, and I dont sleep, so Im happy to talk to pretty much anyone about anything.

And the fabbing/chips is not true, so please re read the thread. I paid for the Chips AND Assembly out of my pocket, and neither minersource or the GB by DZ will be paying me until I deliver these boards (as per my agreements with them). Thats how they can offer the prices they do, and the refund guarantee that they do. I wont get a cent of anyones money until I have taken delivery, and have started shipping. If this does not happen on or before Friday the 1st of NOvember (as stated in many many places) anyone who wishes to have a refund will get one, as none of the pre-order money will have been spent. Consider it a escrow of sorts to make sure I deliver.

Apparently the coins under eroxors name seem to give him the false pretense that it could be used in a forum-like dick measuring contest. The "you're new so you're not legit" logic went out the window when hero members started to become scammers. If he wants to pleasure himself by being in the BFL preorder line for a year, I'd say let him.
4  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Black Arrow announces 28nm 100Ghash Bitcoin ASIC from $1.49/Ghash on: October 21, 2013, 06:59:23 PM
I have a question about the Prospero X-1. On the website there is an option for hosting for 5 days. Does this mean that you keep the machine there permanently or does it mean you do this only while you are testing and then ship it to the customer after it has been tested? I need to know this before I purchase a machine.


If you will be buying it in the US, I will be the one doing the hosting, so If you would like me to host the unit for 5 days while "testing" after you have purchased that is a option that can be considered. As far as their website, I will clarify with them.

We will revise the site to reflect this information.
5  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Black Arrow announces 28nm 100Ghash Bitcoin ASIC from $1.49/Ghash on: October 19, 2013, 02:50:35 AM
Black Arrow, can we add MinerSource.NET to the list of US Retailers on your OP? Thanks! Cheesy
6  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: The "What Black Arrow does not want you to know" thread on: October 19, 2013, 01:06:11 AM
We've already conducted several transactions with Black Arrow and in good faith they've followed through every time. They have BRILLIANT engineers that work on the efficiency angle of mining as well as a key factor for mining hardware sales, fast FAST shipping. We adopted this principle when we offered free EXPRESS shipping on orders of just 2 or more. We will upload videos of our fully functional boards as solid evidence of their good faith efforts.
7  Local / Biete / BitFury 16 Chip Boards 41.7Gh/s 6.3BTC or 740EU on: October 16, 2013, 07:53:05 PM


BitFury 16 Boards
41.7Gh/s



ORDER FOR DELIVERY ON OR BEFORE November 1st
Yes we ship worldwide.
Hosted Option Available!









Includes only the board itself. Power cable and Raspberry Pi not included. (Required for functionality. Orders of 10 or more recieve FREE Preconfigured Raspberry Pi)

Board will do a minimum of 41.7ghash @ 1w/ghash, up to 50ghash when/if overclocked (more power required).

Stock photos to come soon.

Specs

Bitfury 16x board:

55nm Architecture
Size: 134.5 x 120.5mm
Output power: up to 80A
Input Voltage: 12V
Output Voltage: 0.7-1.0V (default @0.9V)
4 x Heatsinks
2 x Fan
SPI conneciton through flexible flat cables.
Power switch
Fused
On/off led



BTC6 Each

-or-

$999 or €740
Paypal (MUST BE VERIFIED), MasterCard, Visa, Discover, Amex

 PAY FIAT at MinerSource.NET



BTC to
1HNFSDNyvPpKJCV88V26cJXAxaF7WqPAX7

Board will Ship by Nov 1st or FULL REFUND.
Shipping Calculated on Site for Fiat

BTC Shipping Costs.

BTC0.10 (Domestic United States Priority Mail)
BTC0.40 (International - USPS International Priority Mail)

HOSTING OPTIONS

You can have your hardware hosted and mining immediately provided by Miner Hosting LLC (Bobsag3)
For details email hosting@minersource.net


FAQs:

Q: Is this a Pre-Order?

A: No, the chips and assembly are all paid for, so this is NOT a pre-order funded operation.


Q: Can I request a refund before the expected delivery date?

A: Yes, we can cancel your order at any time and refund your purchase prior to shipment.


Q: What type of Connection?

A: SPI Connection (Requires Raspberry Pi and can be daisy chained)



For additional Questions contact sales@minersource.net

Organized and brought to you by Miner Hosting (Bobsag3) and MinerSource.NET (metal_jacke1)
8  Bitcoin / Hardware / [UPDATE - ON HAND] BitFury 16 Chip Boards 41.7Gh/s 3.69BTC on: October 16, 2013, 04:39:21 AM


BitFury 16 Boards - IN STOCK
41.7Gh/s *Overclockable*



ORDER FOR DELIVERY ON OR BEFORE November 1st
Free EXPRESS Shipping (United States) on orders of 2 or more. Use Coupon Code: BTFRY16
Hosted Option Available!




Includes only the board itself. Power cable and Raspberry Pi not included. (Required for functionality. Orders of 10 or more recieve FREE Preconfigured Raspberry Pi)

Board will do a minimum of 41.7ghash @ 1w/ghash, up to 50ghash when/if overclocked (more power required).







Specs

Bitfury 16x board:

55nm Architecture
Size: 134.5 x 120.5mm
Output power: up to 80A
Input Voltage: 12V
Output Voltage: 0.7-1.0V (default @0.9V)
4 x Heatsinks
2 x Fan
SPI conneciton through flexible flat cables.
Power switch
Fused
On/off led



BTC3.69
MasterCard, Visa, Discover, Amex
UPDATE: Two Credit Card Processors and Paypal has closed our accounts due to "risks associated with bitcoin hardware sales." We are not naive and we have reason to believe that these are actions from the Financial Industry to depress bitcoin mining hardware sales. At this time we only accept Bitcoin until another alternative payment solution is presented. You can pay in bitcoin on the checkout page on our site at MinerSource.NET

 



ON HAND - IN STOCK
Shipping Calculated on Site for Fiat



HOSTING OPTIONS

You can have your hardware hosted and mining immediately provided by Miner Hosting LLC (Bobsag3)
For details email hosting@minersource.net


FAQs:

Q: Is this a Pre-Order?

A: No, the chips and assembly are all paid for, so this is NOT a pre-order funded operation.


Q: Can I request a refund before the expected delivery date?

A: Yes, we can cancel your order at any time and refund your purchase prior to shipment.


Q: What type of Connection?

A: SPI Connection (Requires Raspberry Pi and can be daisy chained)



For additional Questions contact sales@minersource.net

Organized and brought to you by Miner Hosting (Bobsag3) and MinerSource.NET (metal_jacke1)
9  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: MinerSource.Net (USB Block Erupter, Blade & Hashing Ports) on: September 28, 2013, 03:55:05 PM
BE's are out of stock i see, when will they be available again? Smiley

Updated stock availability and new Blade Prices.
10  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: MinerSource.Net (USB Block Erupter, Blade & Hashing Ports) on: September 28, 2013, 03:54:27 PM
Who do you use for escrow?


We use BitMerch for our Bitcoin Payment Gateway. Soon to be Bitpay.
11  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [OPEN][Paypal] ASICminer USB $19.95 & Blades $539.99 (10 for $4999.. on: September 26, 2013, 11:27:27 PM
where do you ship from? 

KY... the state not the jelly.
12  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [OPEN][Paypal] ASICminer USB $19.95 & Blades $539.99 (10 for $4999.. on: September 24, 2013, 04:34:05 AM
Any update on shipping? Thanks.

Going out tmw morning. Swisher right? Free Priority Mail upgrade.
13  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Official btcQuick Support Thread (Active Customer Support) on: September 23, 2013, 11:56:11 PM
Okay so I found the root of the problem. Google put my account in review (without informing me) so my transactions were still stuck in "pending". Two went through and 1 was denied (because of the delay in the processing thanks to Google)

I called google via the help button in the wallet settings page and was able to get it lifted. Why they put it on there I have no idea.



Still need the keys to be funded tho.  Wink
14  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Official btcQuick Support Thread (Active Customer Support) on: September 23, 2013, 11:25:30 PM

Orders 16335, 16118, 15971 need funding. Thank You.


15971 & 16335 are both "Awaiting Payment"



It charged my account. Did it not clear on your end?


Still waiting for coins on this one too

15  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Official btcQuick Support Thread (Active Customer Support) on: September 23, 2013, 11:19:58 PM

Orders 16335, 16118, 15971 need funding. Thank You.
16  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: *** btcQuick - Buy Bitcoins w/ Credit or Debit Card (Bank Acc Coming Soon)*** on: September 23, 2013, 08:04:53 PM
is this stuff messing up sales?

kinda scares me as an investor and potential customer


Having some issues myself. Not sure if its Google or what. Bought coins two days ago. Still not funded. Sad
17  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: WTS BTC for Paypal USD. delivered in under 5 min. $131 on: September 23, 2013, 08:00:16 PM
No wonder you have to keep bumping your crappy thread, you require ID LOL! You selling them on your eBay or something?

Also I like the way you use multiple accounts to make yourself look legit!

Be careful everyone, sublime will steal your ID and the next thing you know is your ID will be sold on SilkRoad!!! BE CAREFUL!!!

^ Troll  Roll  Roll Eyes

But as you guys know you should black out the details on your Id before you send it to anyone.

How come you requested me to show you the bits I blanked out then? So now you're a liar as well as a scammer! Please don't sell my ID on SR, I will send you more money, I'm begging you please don't sell my ID!!!
Wtf? lol All he wanted was your name and then you can black everything else out including your DL #... Did you fail to listen to the simple and obvious instructions or something? JJBTCSeller is not even a troll, he's a clown  just sounds like a scammer tryin to throw bs around

I can vouch for sublime. I've bought many coins from him, no problems. A+
18  Local / Marketplace (India) / Re: Want to export USBs and Blades to India. on: September 23, 2013, 05:54:25 PM
How much would each usb device cost ?

Whats the hash rate each usb miner / blades will give now ?

Minersource.net

Blades get 10.7Gh/s
USB 333Mh/s

19  Economy / Securities / Re: [BTC-TC] Virtual Community Exchange w/ Options, DRIP, 2FA, API, CSV, etc. on: September 23, 2013, 05:51:20 PM
Value can be interpreted in any way shape and form. Craigslist lists items that are worth in value, all private sales.

Indeed. tradable contracts issued again anything of value is a security. That can be gold, oil, bread or bitcoins.

Quote
Im not sure how you can say that something is illegal when it's not even law.

The law doesnt mention rembrandt paintings either, you think that makes it legal to steal, vandalize or counterfeit ?

Quote
Im not sure what "law" you're referring to. I assume the Securities Act of 1933, which does mention "FOREIGN" Currency.

Read the context. The foreign currency swap is one of many examples of objects of the contract. But try reading the rest of the phrase too, like this part:
,he term ‘‘security’’ means any note, stock, treasury
stock, security future, security-based swap, bond, debenture,
evidence of indebtedness, certificate of interest or participation .


Note the absence of the words coal, corn, dollars, oil.
And bitcoin.

Doesnt mean it doesnt apply.

Im talking about the definition of bitcoin and the governments jurisdiction over it. BTCT had no contracts, everything was "SIMULATED" as according to their terms and conditions. You cant compare "theft" with trading in btc.

Yes, Im familiar with the Securities Act of 1933 but you realize that judges cant legislate from the bench right?

Further, from your logic, the SEC can regulate my Pokemon card trading game if I sell contracts and speculate the value of rare Pokemon cards? No, there is a line between private property and government control. You ceding your rights to the government will make Bitcoin fail.
20  Economy / Securities / Re: [BTC-TC] Virtual Community Exchange [WINDING DOWN] on: September 23, 2013, 05:10:17 PM
Also, remember folks who you vote for. The President appoints Federal Judges like this that strike down Bitcoin for the sake of Government Control. Best chance for Bitcoin, Tea Party/Libertarian.
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