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2441  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [OPEN] Buy #15 ASICMiner Erupter USB - Shipping Monday .55 btc on: July 27, 2013, 09:20:41 PM
When will this group buy close. Shipping out from China on Monday?

these ship out to YOU on Monday from me, so you can enjoy bitcoin production out of them right away without waiting.
2442  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [OPEN] Group Buy "THE LUCKY" #13 ASICMiner Erupter USB - 2 day group 369+ on: July 27, 2013, 08:42:29 PM
group #15 is open: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=263577.0
2443  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [CLOSED] Group Buy #14 ASICMiner Erupter USB - 2+ day group 169+ ordered on: July 27, 2013, 08:40:27 PM
Group buy # 14 is closed.

Purchase #15 is open here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=263577.0
2444  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [OPEN] Buy #15 ASICMiner Erupter USB - Shipping Monday .55 btc on: July 27, 2013, 08:39:02 PM
Reserved

regarding .10, I will follow the expected coupon distribution, per manufacturers parameters.  Once it is available, those eligible will be notified with redeeming instructions.  Grin

Received a few PMs about USB hubs, here's a good thread on it: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=253749.0

example of a signed message:


and this is what you'd PM me by copying from above example:

1. 1GdaJQLdcVVvhTvAHdKD3WMjQ1xdNSehaG
2:
----start below------
John Smith
1234 Way Blvd., STE 101
Some City, IL 60181
----end above-------
3: IAqNhGjiV28ZwZyn5kG83EtJN+7djc/n6c7zs9MArIAbe3ChijEg7eNa/0VqHrtdctRtG2Cxxfb/ObZCLJpsn4I=

That's it!!!
2445  Bitcoin / Group buys / [FINISHED] #15 ASICMiner Erupter USB - .55 btc 2000+ shipping on: July 27, 2013, 08:38:36 PM
regarding .10, I will follow the expected coupon distribution, per manufacturers parameters.  Once it is available, those eligible will be notified with redeeming instructions.  Grin

.55 per device includes shipping.  Shipping out to you Monday 07/29/2013.
International shipping add 1.17 btc per order.
All orders placed as of 9:40 AM (payment received) are shipping out Monday, today see my note on this thread as to how many are left
New orders will ship out Wednesday/Thursday or Friday at the latest.

working on labels... Plenty of stock available to ship your order on Monday

I am 4 miles from a MAJOR DHL hub that receives these orders from China.  My delivery times are the best.  packages sent to me by ASICMiner are in my hand the same day they enter US.  They do not take an extra day or two to travel the country to get to me.  It takes me 11 minutes to drive to DHL when necessary.   My location is in a major metropolitan area next to a LARGE international airport that is a hub for shipping for all delivery companies.  This gives me access to DHL, FedEx (also just 4 miles away, open till 9 PM for next day shipping).  I have access to several Post Offices around me.  I can ship USPS till 7 PM.  I ship to you the same day I receive my delivery.  Simply put, I am in the best position geographically and logistically to receive an order and to get it out to you ASAP.  Period.

Status updates:
2013-07-27: #15 setup
2013-07-27: don't have enough funds to order?  Consider using www.bitinstant.com  to fund via money gram deposit directly to your (NOT mine!!!) bitcoin address.  bitcoins are sent to you as soon as that cash is deposited at your local wallmart, cvs, jewel etc...
2013-07-27: HOW TO SIGN A MESSAGE TO ME (YOUR SHIPPING INFO): https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=195647.msg2291965#msg2291965 Please NOTE: the above example is NOT the same as sending a signed message with your transaction. If you are new to this (aka noob), please read this so that you understand what to do.  This is the single most problematic step in the ordering process.  Here's how to sign a message with a blockchain.info wallet: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=180068.0
2013-07-27: This group is now open to international orders.  It is limited to those countries where FedEx can deliver.  I charge an additional 1.17 btc for the first pound of weight to ship internationally.  the minimum weight I can specify with FedEx is 1 pound.  It takes a hell of alot of these units to weigh 1 pound.  I reserve the right to switch carriers if I can not use FedEx to your location.  for international only: please include your phone number that will go on the fedex shipping label
Current Orders:

Code:
NIC;             Qty;        Paid;                            Address; Ins;   Message; Shipping via;

Over 1,750 units have been ordered from me so far... working on labels... Shipping Monday

GRAND TOTAL        2000+;

Common Questions:
When will I receive my order? Answer: I ship out on Monday.  Once I run out of stock, will make an announcement here and will take back-orders.

Folks and miners,

As announced in the Block Erupter USB Sales thread, I want to support the ordering of Block Erupter USBs

Next Steps:
Collect orders for ASICMiner Block Erupter USBs.

Please Note:
Only send payments from an address you control (i.e. you can sign with it). If you send from MtGox or other exchanges, you risk loosing your funds since you can't prove you sent them. Please send from a wallet you can sign a message with.  You will send your shipping address via this method.

Policy update:
Refunds: Your orders are binding after your funds have been used to pay for an order.  Before that (while coins are piling up for the next batch), you can ask for a refund and will get it paid back in full. Understand that after you get refunded, I will not accept future orders from you.

Product Description:

    payment accepted is Bitcoin ONLY.
    Each one mines at more than 330MH/s, powered only by the USB port.
    It serves as a replacement of GPUs for mining hobbyists.
    Your GPUs could be freed from calculating hashes and resume rendering for you.
    It is also a perfect gift for getting people to learn about Bitcoin and Bitcoin mining.
    The Sapphire Batch:
    This is the first batch under production in quantity.
    Color of PCB changed to blue
    Adding a LED which blinks when a share is found
    Fixing the cgminer compatibility problem
    Reducing the heat generated and the current to <500mA


Pricing:

.55 per unit, shipping included.
Total for your order is C = .55 * N (where N is the number of units you wish to purchase)
You can upgrade to USPS Express or FedEx.  you need to contact me for a quote based on the # of miners you wish to have shipped (weight dependent).

Domestic Insurance:
included
 
Note, local pickup is no longer available for orders less than 50 units.

Ordering:

There is one common payment address: 1M6y4YhXH47htCCUvSbWn1FJnA6DShtvFW

To buy:

pick the number of ASICMiner Block Erupter USBs to order: N.
send the appropriate amount C based on Pricing paragraph above.

post your order in the following format: forum_nick; N; C; sending_address;
ensure the sending address is under your control, so you can sign with it in case of disputes

Shipment:
The USB miners will be shipped to you within 1 day of me receiving them.

Communication:
I live in Chicago (CST time zone: UTC/GMT -5 hours) and have a day-job that allows me ample time to devote to this endeavor. I do sleep at night, so if I don't answer at night, please be patient.  I'm pretty open and transperant with info.  I post it as soon as I have it, I do not withhold from anyone.  Please respect everyone's time.

Cheers,

Canary
2446  Bitcoin / Mining support / Re: Synchronizing with network... on: July 27, 2013, 04:13:44 AM
Running from the command line and passing -rescan might work.

If not, you can download a latest set of the block*.dat files and use the -reindex command line option.  

Typically, one of those fixes it for me.  I go in that order, because the first might work without requiring downloading of anything.
running -rescan didn't resolve it Sad

delete peers.dat. you're connected to a cancer node thats why you are showing out of sync.
cancer node?

just try it.
i forced it to download from begining... so I can't tell what peers.dat removal would do... I get this issue often enough that I can try just the peers.dat removal next time...
can I speed up the download by increasing the 8 connections somehow?
2447  Bitcoin / Mining support / Re: Synchronizing with network... on: July 27, 2013, 04:07:04 AM
Running from the command line and passing -rescan might work.

If not, you can download a latest set of the block*.dat files and use the -reindex command line option.  

Typically, one of those fixes it for me.  I go in that order, because the first might work without requiring downloading of anything.
running -rescan didn't resolve it Sad

delete peers.dat. you're connected to a cancer node thats why you are showing out of sync.
cancer node?
2448  Bitcoin / Mining support / Re: Synchronizing with network... on: July 27, 2013, 04:06:44 AM
screw it... re-downloading the chain...
2449  Bitcoin / Mining support / Re: Synchronizing with network... on: July 27, 2013, 04:00:15 AM
Running from the command line and passing -rescan might work.

If not, you can download a latest set of the block*.dat files and use the -reindex command line option.  

Typically, one of those fixes it for me.  I go in that order, because the first might work without requiring downloading of anything.
running -rescan didn't resolve it Sad
2450  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: ASICMiner Rumors on: July 27, 2013, 03:29:42 AM
Should we gather a group of people to develop a Chip or a miner, which can greatly reduce the cost to mine since Canary already sold nearly $600,000 worth of USB miners. For that money, the entirely possible to develop chips and miner.

If you are interested in investing in a project involving custom low cost ASIC and miners you might want to check out Labcoin. I am assisting in the IPO on btct.co and Labcoin is aiming to raise $600k for a already developed and in production low cost/high efficiency 130 nm ASIC chip that will result in highly competitive miners for sale to the public, as well as 65 nm development and Bircoin mining.

We expect the IPO to be ready for vote and public release shortly.

You can find information on the project under the custom hardware forum and soon under the securities thread.
I'd like to know what Luke-Jr has to say about Labcoin...

I hope Luke will see the IPO thread and at least say hi and take a look at the Labcoin tech/plans. Sorry if I derailed the thread a little, not my intent.

in case you didn't know, Luke calls every, other than btc, crypto currency scamcoin

Oh, I think you may have misunderstood my posts. Labcoin is simply the name of the company I represent in the IPO. We are developing ASIC and building miners for Bitcoin. No alt-crap. Smiley
apparently so.. the name confused me... weren't you gonna send me something?
2451  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [OPEN] Group Buy "THE LUCKY" #13 ASICMiner Erupter USB - 2 day group 369+ on: July 27, 2013, 03:28:43 AM
Everyone has been PMed a tracking number.  If you have not seen a tracking number from me, please PM me, I'll send it over.
2452  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [OPEN] Group Buy #14 ASICMiner Erupter USB - 2+ day group 169+ ordered on: July 27, 2013, 03:28:24 AM
Everyone has been PMed a tracking number.  If you have not seen a tracking number from me, please PM me, I'll get send it over.
2453  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [OPEN] Group Buy #14 ASICMiner Erupter USB - 2+ day group 165+ ordered on: July 27, 2013, 01:55:51 AM
RicRock; 4; 3.978; 146ctHNpTwD5Xwn4VuvPZBydnjguqBXkx8; Y
shipped
2454  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: ASICMiner Rumors on: July 27, 2013, 01:23:47 AM
Should we gather a group of people to develop a Chip or a miner, which can greatly reduce the cost to mine since Canary already sold nearly $600,000 worth of USB miners. For that money, the entirely possible to develop chips and miner.

If you are interested in investing in a project involving custom low cost ASIC and miners you might want to check out Labcoin. I am assisting in the IPO on btct.co and Labcoin is aiming to raise $600k for a already developed and in production low cost/high efficiency 130 nm ASIC chip that will result in highly competitive miners for sale to the public, as well as 65 nm development and Bircoin mining.

We expect the IPO to be ready for vote and public release shortly.

You can find information on the project under the custom hardware forum and soon under the securities thread.
I'd like to know what Luke-Jr has to say about Labcoin...

I hope Luke will see the IPO thread and at least say hi and take a look at the Labcoin tech/plans. Sorry if I derailed the thread a little, not my intent.

in case you didn't know, Luke calls every, other than btc, crypto currency scamcoin
2455  Bitcoin / Mining support / Re: Synchronizing with network... on: July 27, 2013, 12:36:50 AM
Best and fastest solution gets a reward.  can deliver reward to USA Only.
2456  Bitcoin / Mining support / Synchronizing with network... on: July 27, 2013, 12:26:46 AM
can some plz tell me why this happens (gets stuck):



how do I resolve this QUICKLY, without re-downloading the whole block chain again?

This happens often enough to really be an annoyance... I have to grab the wallet and open it on another workstation while re-downloading the blockchain on the effected system...

it's the latest qt wallet.

2457  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [OPEN] Group Buy #14 ASICMiner Erupter USB - 2+ day group 165+ ordered on: July 26, 2013, 11:06:31 PM
ready for more. I ship immediately.  no order is too big or small  Grin
2458  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: ASICMiner Rumors on: July 26, 2013, 10:05:51 PM
Should we gather a group of people to develop a Chip or a miner, which can greatly reduce the cost to mine since Canary already sold nearly $600,000 worth of USB miners. For that money, the entirely possible to develop chips and miner.

If you are interested in investing in a project involving custom low cost ASIC and miners you might want to check out Labcoin. I am assisting in the IPO on btct.co and Labcoin is aiming to raise $600k for a already developed and in production low cost/high efficiency 130 nm ASIC chip that will result in highly competitive miners for sale to the public, as well as 65 nm development and Bircoin mining.

We expect the IPO to be ready for vote and public release shortly.

You can find information on the project under the custom hardware forum and soon under the securities thread.
I'd like to know what Luke-Jr has to say about Labcoin...
2459  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: ASICMiner Rumors on: July 26, 2013, 07:42:16 PM
Selling for 0.99 BTC is not a great idea, but those who bought BTC in the $70-80's are still making a little profit.
So for every 100 units, the people facilitating the group buys get 2 "extra" miners. Whether they keep them for personal mining, sell them as part of their offerings or whatever; I see it as a reward for the risk and effort of the group buy. Plus they are still on-the-hook for any malfunctioning miners, although I've not heard of any significant amount.
Thanks!

Yeah, these are not a "reward" in any sense, they are for warranty replacements... sometimes 2/100 is not enough but I still handle warranty anyways.
2460  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [OPEN] Group Buy "THE LUCKY" #13 ASICMiner Erupter USB - 2 day group 369+ on: July 26, 2013, 06:54:18 PM
Everything has shipped out

I have more inventory if anyone wants to buy more.
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