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381  Economy / Securities / Re: usagi, NYAN, BMF do not own DMC shares on: December 23, 2012, 08:11:48 PM
Including quite a number of DMC shares. So you can go fuck yourself.

Are you saying DiabloD3 is lying?

I think what usagi is saying is that his claim for shares IS in Diablo's list - just Diablo jumped the gun because he didn't recognise any email on the list as being usagi's.  Usagi could have used an entirely different email on GLBSE (to the ones Diablo knew he used), in which case he likely already has an email from Diablo confirming the shares (though Diablo doesn't realise it's usagi) so KNOWS his claim has been forwarded.  If that's the case then this thread is pointless and the title is untrue.  Obviously I have no idea if that's the case.

I checked back to see where I got the impression usagi had sold DMC for 0.1 - turns out that was just nyan.b's DMC (the ones obtained in the interesting swap), not all of them.

My instinct and the available facts tell me that on this particular issue usagi is telling the truth and Diablo just jumped to a wrong conclusion.

He only has to confirm with me what the email address is. I will process all the claims no matter what, but I find it very strange he won't confirm what the email he used for the claims process is. Given what is status quo around these parts, I just don't want usagi to scam his shareholders.
382  Bitcoin / Hardware / [Archive] BFL trolling museum on: December 23, 2012, 11:21:43 AM
My fav time travel movie.




BFL is currently waiting on flux capacitors?!  Shocked  - or maybe just flux for some new PCBs?  Smiley

You're about to see some serious (bull)shit.
383  Bitcoin / Hardware / [Archive] BFL trolling museum on: December 23, 2012, 09:32:20 AM
What is this shit? to see if I understand correctly, they move to a new location without sprinklers and a few days after they fire?

look the date

What, you've never seen time travel before?
384  Economy / Securities / Re: usagi, NYAN, BMF do not own DMC shares on: December 23, 2012, 03:45:13 AM
Thought usagi sold his shares back to you for 0.1 each shortly after DMC got unlocked by nefario.

If he did, I'm not aware of it. I bought back half the shares out there, I don't know who owned them. Its possible I wiped him out, but I can't find any of his former threads to see if he actually told his shareholders or not.
385  Economy / Securities / usagi, NYAN, BMF do not own DMC shares on: December 22, 2012, 07:34:30 PM
I've been looking over my claim reports for DMC from nefario.... and there are no email addresses that match "bmf", "nyan", or "tsukino.ca". There is also 320 shares unaccounted for, which is a magnitude less than what usagi claimed BMF and NYAN held.
386  Bitcoin / Hardware / [Archive] BFL trolling museum on: December 22, 2012, 06:34:01 AM

1200SF warehouse; 4800SF Office. As of Nov. 14th, space was still available, but we were shown equipment moving in prior to that date. Possibly, the earliest starting least date was Dec. 1st. No sprinkler system. Least rate.

You are wrong. Nowhere is mentioned "1200 sq. ft".

Yeah I dont get how that works either.  Says 6000SF is avail, largest space is 6000SF, smallest space is 4800SF and office space is 4800SF (so I'm assuming this only has 2 spaces). Is he only renting some of the space? Does that happen in shit like this?



The 1200 SF warehouse space is implied. There is 6000 SF available, 4800 SF of which is considered office space. I simply subtracted the small number from the bigger number to arrive at the warehouse size. This is standard wording in such a classified ad.

As far as the will-build-to-suit is concern, yes some the office area could have been demoed, thus enlarging the warehouse/assembly area, but that would have taken time. Remember, it was a couple months ago we were shown the eBay oven being unloaded at their new warehouse, a different facility than this one which, according to Jody, they started moving into yesterday.

~Bruno K~

Yes, but whats the 13k number? Is this the total space of the whole building?
387  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: NEW UK BUSINESS SELLING MINING HARDWARE SYSTEMS on: December 22, 2012, 06:32:43 AM

I find it funny that they bothered buying an HTTPS certificate valid for 3 years.

Do they think that they will still be running their scam 3 years from now? Or do they think some potential customers will see the 3-year cert and think "oh surely they must be legit as they have a 3-year cert"?

Probably some deal from the cert issuer and that was cheapest
388  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: NEW UK BUSINESS SELLING MINING HARDWARE SYSTEMS on: December 22, 2012, 03:00:21 AM
http://www.cpcelectronics.co.uk

Just come across them and their btc mining systems has anyone ever heard of them


CPC 5.2 GH/s Miner $139.00
5.2 GH/s SHA256 Bitcoin Miner
Power consumption 70W
Dual boot with Windows and Linux
Configured with popular mining software


CPC 31.2 GH/s Miner $599.00

CPC 31.2 GH/s Miner
Power consumption 190W
Dual boot with Windows and Linux
Configured with popular mining software


CPC 67.6 GH/s Miner $1,149.00

CPC 67.6 GH/s SHA256 Bitcoin Miner
Power consumption 230W
Dual boot with Windows and Linux
Configured with popular mining software

CPC 800 GH/s Miner $11,999.00
CPC 800 GH/s SHA256 Bitcoin Miner
Power consumption 2500W
Dual boot with Windows and Linux
Configured with popular mining software
4xbase units

And their address is local to me too interesting ill have to have a drive down and see for my self when am off work next week

Looks like a scam. Those are all stock photos of well known PC cases with their name crudly photoshopped on.
389  Bitcoin / Hardware / [Archive] BFL trolling museum on: December 22, 2012, 02:58:40 AM

1200SF warehouse; 4800SF Office. As of Nov. 14th, space was still available, but we were shown equipment moving in prior to that date. Possibly, the earliest starting least date was Dec. 1st. No sprinkler system. Least rate.

You are wrong. Nowhere is mentioned "1200 sq. ft".

Yeah I dont get how that works either.  Says 6000SF is avail, largest space is 6000SF, smallest space is 4800SF and office space is 4800SF (so I'm assuming this only has 2 spaces). Is he only renting some of the space? Does that happen in shit like this?
390  Bitcoin / Hardware / [Archive] BFL trolling museum on: December 21, 2012, 11:57:23 PM
http://www.osha.gov/pls/oshaweb/owadisp.show_document?p_id=9725&p_table=STANDARDS

Quote
1910.37(a)
The danger to employees must be minimized.
1910.37(a)(1)
Exit routes must be kept free of explosive or highly flammable furnishings or other decorations.
1910.37(a)(2)
Exit routes must be arranged so that employees will not have to travel toward a high hazard area, unless the path of travel is effectively shielded from the high hazard area by suitable partitions or other physical barriers.
1910.37(a)(3)
Exit routes must be free and unobstructed. No materials or equipment may be placed, either permanently or temporarily, within the exit route. The exit access must not go through a room that can be locked, such as a bathroom, to reach an exit or exit discharge, nor may it lead into a dead-end corridor. Stairs or a ramp must be provided where the exit route is not substantially level.
1910.37(a)(4)
Safeguards designed to protect employees during an emergency (e.g., sprinkler systems, alarm systems, fire doors, exit lighting) must be in proper working order at all times.
1910.37(b)
Lighting and marking must be adequate and appropriate.
1910.37(b)(1)
Each exit route must be adequately lighted so that an employee with normal vision can see along the exit route.
1910.37(b)(2)
Each exit must be clearly visible and marked by a sign reading "Exit."
1910.37(b)(3)
Each exit route door must be free of decorations or signs that obscure the visibility of the exit route door.
..1910.37(b)(4)

1910.37(b)(4)
If the direction of travel to the exit or exit discharge is not immediately apparent, signs must be posted along the exit access indicating the direction of travel to the nearest exit and exit discharge. Additionally, the line-of-sight to an exit sign must clearly be visible at all times.
1910.37(b)(5)
Each doorway or passage along an exit access that could be mistaken for an exit must be marked "Not an Exit" or similar designation, or be identified by a sign indicating its actual use (e.g., closet).
1910.37(b)(6)
Each exit sign must be illuminated to a surface value of at least five foot-candles (54 lux) by a reliable light source and be distinctive in color. Self-luminous or electroluminescent signs that have a minimum luminance surface value of at least .06 footlamberts (0.21 cd/m2) are permitted.
1910.37(b)(7)
Each exit sign must have the word "Exit" in plainly legible letters not less than six inches (15.2 cm) high, with the principal strokes of the letters in the word "Exit" not less than three-fourths of an inch (1.9 cm) wide.
1910.37(c)
The fire retardant properties of paints or solutions must be maintained. Fire retardant paints or solutions must be renewed as often as necessary to maintain their fire retardant properties.
1910.37(d)
Exit routes must be maintained during construction, repairs, or alterations.

I'm pretty sure I can't convert a farmer's barn into an assembly plant and hire a dozen employees to churn out product without having to worry about OSHA sprinkler and other safety guidelines because the structure was built over 100 years ago. Even if I started doing such, it would only take one disgruntle employee to make a call and my production timeline would be pushed back considerably. In fact, I may be called in from the proprietor next door who's churning out a similar product by his employees inside a barn that is up to OSHA standards out of spite and future sales concern.


Yeah, I'll agree with this. Even if you're the single and only employee, and its not a retail location, you MUST comply with every fucking law, or they will nail your ass.

Seriously, the amount of stupidity in this thread is amazing.
391  Economy / Securities / Re: Diablo Mining Company [shutting down] on: December 21, 2012, 04:09:38 PM
Diablo, can you give an update before we all croak?

I gave one one the 8th. I'm still waiting on the last shares to be claimed.

Although, there is one up side, I grabbed one of Bitfunder's 10btc slots which will be equally divided among shares.
392  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Should Giga be tagged as a scammer? on: December 19, 2012, 11:09:22 PM
I'm not going to read this entire thread.

In short: giga is suing nefario, nefario is trying to "punish" giga for being sued by not having the data or the money over.

Can nefario get double scammer tagged?
393  Economy / Securities / Re: ASICMINER: Entering the Future of ASIC Mining by Inventing It on: December 19, 2012, 11:06:59 PM
Update
1. Our wafers are already in the slicing and packaging service. Whether we could beat everyone else in early delivering, or we have to revise and redo the wafers, will be known within the next two weeks.

An encouraging update! It means the chips at least passed the QC at the fab, and that slicing+packaging+testing is already under way. I'm hungry for more info, please return soon and fill in more blanks:
1) Recovered the ~5000 BTC from GLBSE yet? (I would like to just stop worrying about it...)
2) Did the fab really process 12 layers in 7 days, or was it simply information delay?? [Dec 05: "There are 12 layers left", Dec 12: "we are now in QC"]
3) What is the reason for deploying the second half of the chips later than the first? [Genuine question, I'm simply not smart enough that the reasons are obvious to me!]

I think I can say on behalf of all (at least many/most) stakeholders: Thanks, congrats, and keep up the great work!

With #3, from what friedcat has said in this thread, this is what seems to be going on: the chips are now out of the fab, are being packaged and tested, and soon as thats done they will be shipped to friedcat or another company to be inserted onto boards (he hasn't said whos manning the solder gun on this yet, or if he did, I missed it). He hasn't said whos manufacturing the boards (this should be easier to do than with FPGAs, btw) or if they're done yet or not.

The packaging, shipping to next location to be board mounted and have the assembled product QCed, and then being shipped to wherever friedcat has chosen to set these up for mining, can all be done concurrently depending on how the companies handle it.

Also, from what I understand, soon as mining has produced enough money for a second and possibly third run of ASICs, thats going to happen too.

I think that somewhat answers your question.
394  Economy / Securities / Re: ASICMINER: Entering the Future of ASIC Mining by Inventing It on: December 19, 2012, 06:11:11 AM
I don't get why everyones getting so hyped up about a 51% attack.

All the 51% attack does is allow extremely limited double spending attacks (and only double spending from the point of view of non-bitcoin transactions, ie, a currency exchange or a physical inventory-based vendor). The attacker cannot forge fake transactions.

51% doesn't mean what most people think it means. If the network rate is 25TH, then the attacker must have OVER 25TH to perform the attack. With the current batch of chips that friedcat ordered, he won't have enough to even come close.

What we really need to be worried about, as a community, is why the other ASIC vendors allowed ASICMINER to become >51%. If BFL and Avalon and bASIC all ship what they said they'd ship, ASICMINER would be less than a quarter of the new network.

395  Bitcoin / Hardware / [Archive] BFL trolling museum on: December 19, 2012, 05:59:18 AM
http://i.imgur.com/4CIWY.jpg

Slandering is not an appropriate way to advertise a product.
396  Economy / Securities / Re: ASICMINER: Entering the Future of ASIC Mining by Inventing It on: December 18, 2012, 06:20:25 PM
If ASICMINER starts soloing with a huge chunk of power, or if it contributes to one pool thus making that pool close to or over 50%, all hell will break loose in the forums, then the press will pick up, and next thing you know the public will be irradiated with sensational half-truths, disinformation, and fear mongering.

Wait, wait. This will reduce the influx of random idiots finding their way to Bitcoin?

DO IT! DO IT NOW! DO IT WITH FIRE!

FUCK YEAH!
397  Bitcoin / Hardware / [Archive] BFL trolling museum on: December 18, 2012, 06:19:43 PM
Seems the important point is the Put Blah Blah Blah in your signature space. This isn't a purchase so Yeah if you want a shot put it in your signature it costs nothing. Maybe pride or ego but nothing monitarily. I am pretty sure there is no accepted exchange rate for pride or ego to $.

Providing advertising for a company is a form of consideration. Requiring some form of consideration for a sweepstakes turns it into an illegal lottery.
It's only advertising as much as requiring people to like & share a page on Facebook is (thereby advertising it on their newsfeed).  If this is illegal, then I know of a whole host of companies on Facebook who should face similar indictments.

There was a CEO that got slammed by the SEC for a Facebook message, I forget which company though.
...which is completely irrelevant to this.  He was slammed for announcing information over Facebook that should have been "more formally shared with investors" first.

Just saying, if the government wants to bone you over trivial shit, they will.
398  Bitcoin / Hardware / [Archive] BFL trolling museum on: December 18, 2012, 01:23:17 PM
Seems the important point is the Put Blah Blah Blah in your signature space. This isn't a purchase so Yeah if you want a shot put it in your signature it costs nothing. Maybe pride or ego but nothing monitarily. I am pretty sure there is no accepted exchange rate for pride or ego to $.

Providing advertising for a company is a form of consideration. Requiring some form of consideration for a sweepstakes turns it into an illegal lottery.
It's only advertising as much as requiring people to like & share a page on Facebook is (thereby advertising it on their newsfeed).  If this is illegal, then I know of a whole host of companies on Facebook who should face similar indictments.

There was a CEO that got slammed by the SEC for a Facebook message, I forget which company though.
399  Economy / Securities / Re: ASICMINER: Entering the Future of ASIC Mining by Inventing It on: December 16, 2012, 03:44:13 PM
You guys are living in fantasy land.  If you really think ASICs are going to ramp that fast and soon, you could make plenty of coins buying X.DIFF.MAR on mpex.

I haven't laughed this hard all week. Thanks man.
400  Economy / Securities / Re: [BitFunder] Limited Launch Offer to Orphaned GLBSE Assets & Shareholders on: December 15, 2012, 10:15:15 AM
DMC takes slot #1. There are now 4 left Wink

As soon as you are ready to get started, msg me. I will get things setup for you.

I'm going to mention the 10btc in the DMC thread to see if I can get the last 320 shares to finally claim with GLBSE
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