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221  Economy / Securities / Re: ASICMINER: Entering the Future of ASIC Mining by Inventing It on: April 13, 2013, 12:09:04 AM
Does seem a little odd to produce a device slower than a good (2 year old) GPU or FPGA device.

Yes I do realise the chips in both ASICs (ASICMINER and Avalon) are slower than a good GPU or FPGA, but the point of them is that there are lots and cost less per MH/s and use less power per MH/s

Connecting 10 devices to a computer via USB is gonna be problematic for some - USB cables need to be good quality and so do the hubs
There are a lot of cheap crappy USB hubs out there - especially when the hubs need to supply power to 10 devices ...

Its not slower. Devices are not measured in MH/s, they are measured in MH/s per watt.

That device uses 2.5 watts. A GPU that does 300 mhash uses 125-150 watts. The reason GPUs are becoming unprofitable is not because they are slow, but because cost of power usage exceeds the value of the coins.
222  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: DiabloMiner GPU Miner on: April 12, 2013, 06:32:01 PM
understood
the plans include support litecoin?

Maybe, maybe not. Litecoin doesn't seem like its taking off.
223  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: DiabloMiner GPU Miner on: April 12, 2013, 05:02:37 PM
DiabloD3
how to set up a script?

I don't understand your question.

how to set up on Litecoin?
DiabloMiner-Windows.exe -w 64 -f 240 -u <worker name> -p <worker password>  -o coinotron.com -r 8322
DiabloMiner-windows -u <worker name> -p <worker password>  -o coinotron.com -r 8322
DiabloMiner-windows -u <worker name> -p <worker password>  -o coinotron.com -r 3334
does not work
7950, Win 7 x64, 3 Gb

DM does not do litecoin. And I think you meant scrypt (pronounced ess crypt).
224  Economy / Securities / Re: ASICMINER: Entering the Future of ASIC Mining by Inventing It on: April 12, 2013, 04:47:47 PM


Really nice... i think if those are auctioned too it would allow the small users to buy a miner too. But i dont know if it really will maximize the revenue for Asicminer because it looks like way more work has to be done for one single chip. On the other hand... if the real miners are too big then only few can afford it which would lead to a lower price per GH.
I hope you find a balanced result. Smiley

I hope thats not going to be the only one you're selling. I'd like to buy one of the full scale boards you've been racking. Even if I have to pay all 36 BTC I have to buy one.

You await that you can buy a miner with 36BTC? What hashrate do you await for this? Or do you want to take part in a groupbuy? I think the miners wont be small so that most users wont have the money and have to go group buy route.

The large scale boards that friedcat has has something like 24 or 36 chips on them, and Bitcoin is already going to cross $100 again.
225  Economy / Securities / Re: ASICMINER: Entering the Future of ASIC Mining by Inventing It on: April 12, 2013, 04:10:10 PM
Device Selling
Apart from the same boards we use for mining, we also have an adapted version of the mini boards which we used at early January for our first arrived chips that are nice as small gifts. Here is a picture of a not-yet-assembled one with 300MH/s. It can be powered by merely the USB port:



Since the most important mission of ASICMINER is the maximization of profits for shareholders and the security of the network (hashrates should be in hand of good people and decentralization has to be preserved), we will balance the ratio of kept and distributed hashrates based on our portion and the market price of devices.

I hope thats not going to be the only one you're selling. I'd like to buy one of the full scale boards you've been racking. Even if I have to pay all 36 BTC I have to buy one.

Read carefully again. I helped you a bit. Smiley

Read what I wrote carefully again. I'm not interested in buying a few hundred of these, but instead a complete full sized board.
226  Economy / Securities / Re: ASICMINER: Entering the Future of ASIC Mining by Inventing It on: April 12, 2013, 04:01:29 PM
Device Selling
Apart from the same boards we use for mining, we also have an adapted version of the mini boards which we used at early January for our first arrived chips that are nice as small gifts. Here is a picture of a not-yet-assembled one with 300MH/s. It can be powered by merely the USB port:



Since the most important mission of ASICMINER is the maximization of profits for shareholders and the security of the network (hashrates should be in hand of good people and decentralization has to be preserved), we will balance the ratio of kept and distributed hashrates based on our portion and the market price of devices.

I hope thats not going to be the only one you're selling. I'd like to buy one of the full scale boards you've been racking. Even if I have to pay all 36 BTC I have to buy one.
227  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: DiabloMiner GPU Miner on: April 12, 2013, 03:26:19 PM
DiabloD3
how to set up a script?

I don't understand your question.
228  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Whos Achronix and why do they have a 22nm 1.1m LUT chip? on: April 10, 2013, 11:43:56 AM
how many hash could this chips run? 22nm should be fast and low cost power consumption, lets hope the price is reasonable lol ......... Smiley

Wild speculation: They can probably fit 5 hashing cores and run faster than a spartan 6...maybe 1 to 2 gh/s in total. Could be way off. Hard to guess about the power usage.

They might be worth it, if they're cheap and the btc price stays high.

Well, you'd use rolled cores n this. So you potentially have hundreds of cores on this chip.
229  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Whos Achronix and why do they have a 22nm 1.1m LUT chip? on: April 10, 2013, 07:31:13 AM
I guess it depends entirely on how well they hash to see if they're worth the money.
230  Economy / Securities / Re: [BTC-TC] BTC-Mining on: April 08, 2013, 12:57:20 PM
No court will handle a case involving Bitcoins, otherwise Namworld would have already tried to recover the stolen money from AmazingRando.

Why not? I'm not saying that they will definitely handle it, but what is their refusal going to be based on?


Bitcoins are not yet recognized hy the law as existing.
231  Economy / Securities / Re: [BTC-TC] BTC-Mining on: April 08, 2013, 09:20:37 AM
Namworld, the BTC owned by the shareholders is now worth more than 430 000 USD, where we could be purchasing many more TH of equipment by now.
I dont think you can just say its loaned to some other guy and leave it at that. Can you?

No court will handle a case involving Bitcoins, otherwise Namworld would have already tried to recover the stolen money from AmazingRando.
232  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: DiabloMiner GPU Miner on: April 08, 2013, 05:45:27 AM
Update: Finally added a real README, no other changes
233  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Scammer tag: Nefario. on: April 08, 2013, 03:38:58 AM
Partnership

Refers to a legal structure for a business of two or more individuals; called a general partnership when used without a qualifier such as "limited" or "limited liability." Each owner (partner) is personally liable for all debts of the business, and each partner claims a share of the the business's income or losses on the partner's individual tax return. To form a partnership, each partner normally contributes money, property, or labor in exchange for an ownership interest in the partnership. Most partnerships are created by a formal written partnership agreement, although they may be based on an oral agreement or just a handshake. See also: limited partnership, limited liability partnership (LLP)



Yolocoin said that, not me, he was quoting out of a legal dictionary.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=114442.msg1286663#msg1286663
234  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: DiabloMiner GPU Miner on: April 07, 2013, 12:31:46 AM
Hi, folks. I haven't been mining in a while--long enough that I had to unban myself--but I ran into problems (lots of obscure Java errors) running the older version of DM I had installed. So I upgraded to the latest version (linked at the top of this thread). Now I'm getting complaints about "unparsable JSON" when I try to mine (see below).

Am I doing something obviously wrong?

DiabloMiner-Windows.exe -u username -p password -o bitcoinpool.com -p 8334 -v 2 -w 128 -f 15 -g 60
[4/6/13 10:36:56 AM] Started
[4/6/13 10:36:56 AM] Connecting to: http://bitcoinpool.com:8332/
[4/6/13 10:36:56 AM] Using AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing OpenCL 1.2 AMD-APP (1084.4)
[4/6/13 10:36:58 AM] BFI_INT patching enabled, disabling hardware check errors
[4/6/13 10:36:58 AM] Added Juniper (#1) (10 CU, local work size of 128)
[4/6/13 10:36:58 AM] ERROR: Cannot connect to bitcoinpool.com: Bitcoin returned unparsable JSON


DM is very flexible with the jSON it accepts. I suspect bitcoinpool.com is sending invalid work. DM does not yet support work without the midstate yet (its on the todo list but I've been busy with other things lately) so that could be the issue.

Use a different pool in the meantime, such as p2pool.
235  Economy / Securities / Re: MOORE: Mining Bond Beating the Moore's Law (Collecting Shareholder Data) on: April 06, 2013, 02:31:59 AM
So what is our effective hashrate per share now?

Approximately two and a half watermelons.
236  Economy / Securities / Re: ASICMINER: Entering the Future of ASIC Mining by Inventing It on: April 05, 2013, 11:44:59 PM
Right. Great info, but I'm more concerned with what's showing up on my electric bill. Smiley The Avalon guys are reporting 620ish watts @ 68Gh/s on 120v and I think Ngzhang has a post around here somewhere about savings with 220v circuitry. Sounds like a shipped ASICMiner concoction will be similar.
it is always more efficient to run higher voltage when possible.   that is why you seek 3 phase when you buy a building, it saves on your power bill and you run your lighting at 277 and motors at 460.   Most states give you a credit because you put inside your own transformers.   It is usually around 10% off the industrial rate so you end up paying 6.2 cents here vs. 7.3 industrial and 11 cent residential

Unless you're a datacenter that does 48v DC, which is even more efficient than the usual 208v three phase.
237  Economy / Securities / Re: ASICMINER: Entering the Future of ASIC Mining by Inventing It on: April 03, 2013, 09:23:43 AM
Please, Please move heaven and earth to get  the chips deployed ASAP.  I am not convinced that selling hardware is best now...  I should rather see the hardware be deployed, right now, mining for us.

Selling the shovels is ALWAYS the most profitable.
238  Economy / Securities / Re: [GLBSE] Bitcorp Mining Company - BTCMC 60+ GH/s, clear ASIC upgrade path. on: April 03, 2013, 08:40:09 AM
Given we're at $145, theres no dividends for this month either?
239  Economy / Securities / Re: ASICMINER: Entering the Future of ASIC Mining by Inventing It on: April 03, 2013, 01:08:31 AM
I get that, but why does it take nearly a month now? I would expect slow rise in hashrate, but it stands still for 4 weeks.

They have problems with getting the need power supply and network problems. They wouldnt decide to sell units if these problems wouldnt be serious or could be repaired fast because selling units wont bring the same money than hashing yourself. And they didnt want to sell before. So i dont doubt the problems. Its a pity that it cant be repaired fast but no one outside knows exactly whats the problem.

Does GLBSE/nefario still owe ASICMINER any BTC?

Yes. 1688.188BTC

GLBSE wasn't incorporated, it was Nefario sole prop.  Probably worth the legal fees to get a judgment against him personally.  Maybe garnish some wages or something.  (I'm not sure how it works over in the UK?)


I'd happily trade that if he spent the rest of his life in jail over multiple counts of securities fraud over this. I'd be worth it, every dime.
240  Economy / Securities / Re: ASICMINER: Entering the Future of ASIC Mining by Inventing It on: April 01, 2013, 05:33:45 PM
Milestone reached: We've mined the 1000th block yesterday! Smiley

(956 on BTCGuild, and 71 on Ozco.in)

And Bitcoin as a whole has reached another milestone, we've hit $100
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