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1  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [lee group]419$ the sales promotion of hosted antminer S5(golden psu included) on: May 12, 2015, 02:56:35 AM
They are all sold, I am sorry sacskate they sold before you posted

Barbara
2  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [lee group]419$ the sales promotion of hosted antminer S5(golden psu included) on: May 11, 2015, 09:39:14 PM
Okay,
I am wanting out of this deal.  I have three S5's with Lee, I will sell them all for 300.00 each and hosting is paid until the 20th
Barbara
3  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: BITMAIN announces Antpool on: April 01, 2015, 07:34:41 PM
The sudden down and steady drop looks worse than the DDoS attack. 
 could be a major power outage too
4  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [lee group]390$ the sales promotion of hosted antminer S5(golden psu included) on: March 31, 2015, 01:04:21 AM
I am on Slush. I had two of my miners at NeiMeng have wide swings Last night in hashing on the pool side.  Mostly around 50% or less.  When I checked Lees interface everything was fine showing normal hash rate.  I would guess the trouble is in the network.  Lasted about 10 hours.

All my other miners are fine

Barbara
5  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: OregonMines Group Buy $399 Colocated SP20s CC's Accepted on: March 29, 2015, 02:06:03 AM
So far it has been hashing away at 1620 at least that is the poolside number.  I order another today and had it clocked to 180/180/180/180. And is hashing in the 1300 range, I will see how it acts.  I am planning on driving down there mid April and viewing the mine before purchase more miners.

I still am not recommending them.

I would not buy a forum ID but they are for sale here.   

Barbara
6  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [lee group]390$ the sales promotion of hosted antminer S5(golden psu included) on: March 28, 2015, 01:19:30 AM
Mine is down on the poolside but the Miner Monitor shows it hashing away.  I was expecting it to go down, just want to get credit for hours down
Barbara
7  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: OregonMines Group Buy $399 Colocated SP20s CC's Accepted on: March 27, 2015, 07:35:06 PM
I really do not know what to say at this point.  When I first purchased a U3 miner in November I came here for help and information.  Since this is the only place that the manufactures use.  People here have helped me getting my U3's running, almost burnt my home down.  I had trouble with the S4 and the C1, I asked questions and people helped me. 

Now it seems that since I only have 62 posts it is okay to call me names, and insult me.  What I tried here was to take what everyone said was a scam and test them.

I have never recommend them to anyone. I did spend my money and get what I paid for that is all'

I have miners hosted with ASICSPACE, when people here were claiming it was a scam, I have had good luck with them

I have miners hosted with Lee in China I have had good luck with him.  I even purchased one from Philipma1957.

I have miners hosted with Oregonmines and I have gotten what I paid for.

I also keep miners at home, I spread my risks and since I am new to mining I am/was trying to contribute the greater good of Bitcoin.  The people on here seem more intent on tearing each other down and calling names than they do advancing the Bitcoin message.

If I would have known what I know now I would have purchased a user name, for sale on this board, with a large number of posts, I would not have given my real name or disclosed any personal information about myself.

I am positive no one with a high post count has EVER scammed anyone or acted as a shrill for a company.  You do not see paid  signature on my posts.


All of that being said, I am not recommending to anyone to buy any miners or hosting from anyone.  I would appreciate if you all refrained from calling me names.

Barbara
8  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: OregonMines Group Buy $399 Colocated SP20s CC's Accepted on: March 20, 2015, 07:24:13 PM
I am running at full speed for now. i will watch it and see.   I kind of average my hosting costs and currently have miners in 4 places some cost more but I have some for .06 and some for .12.  I think this works out to
To about .10

Barbara
9  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: OregonMines Group Buy $399 Colocated SP20s CC's Accepted on: March 20, 2015, 06:24:36 PM
We have worked out our differences and I have sent my money
Barbara
10  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: OregonMines Group Buy $399 Colocated SP20s CC's Accepted on: March 20, 2015, 02:44:18 AM
Bicknellski, I really do not know what to say to you, but your mom should have a talk with you about judging others without knowing anything about them

This is the PM I just sent to Oregon Mines.

Okay here is the deal, I am beginning to feel you are gaming people.  You did send the contract finally two days after the bill.

It has several areas that I had questions on.  You have not replied to my questions. 
Nor was the contract signed by you or did it indicate who would sign it.
 Earlier today I asked for the service agreement to go with the contract.  There has been no reply. 

I have asked why you sign messages as OM and not a real name. You have not replied.

As I have stated I will not make payment until every thing is signed and sealed

You are welcome to turn off my miner and cancel my order if you can not issue a valid contract that we can both enforce in court if needed.



Barbara
11  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [lee group]419$ the sales promotion of hosted antminer S5(golden psu included) on: March 19, 2015, 08:57:05 PM
I had a miner working at 1/2 speed and Lee replaced it

Barbara
12  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: OregonMines Group Buy $399 Colocated SP20s CC's Accepted on: March 19, 2015, 06:27:26 PM
Hi,
My first post on this forum was in November of last year.  I had just purchased a pair of U3 miners and I was clueless in how to get them to work, and nearly burnt my house down with the overheated power packs.

In December I purchased an s3+, S4, and a C1, I wanted to test and compare them.  I had a lot of trouble getting the S4, and C1 hashing, and got a lot of help from this forum.
But since being a member, I have become a little worried about the amount of negativity in the posts, I am not sure if it helps bitcoin if we all are so negative about everything.

There is no way I can prove I am not a sock puppet nor shrill for anyone.

I am currently up to 12T in hashing and looking to add more in the future. 

Bicknellski, I have three miners with PCFLI = Lee and will get more when the price comes back down
I do not use Hashnest or any other cloud service, because with physical equipment it can be amortized and used as a tax write-off. And have a real residual value to sell at a later time.
I never said I was vouching for Oregon Miners.

 I am simply reporting on my experience with them.  If I get ripped of you will know if I don’t you will also know.  Proceed at you own risk.  I don’t actually ever recommend where anyone should invest, you need to figure your own odds of winning and what the risk is.

I am not Matt Carson’s mom, I have a daughter, son in-law and three wonderful granddaughters’ in another state. One of my Granddaughters is in College.

Alh  I agree 100% with you
“It's funny to me that one of the largest risks today with Bitcoin isn't technical, it's the entire lack of trust that permeates mining. All the technology embedded within crypto currencies, and it still boils down to trust”

Wpgdezz, I don’t mind the warning at all, it being judged as a sock puppet or shrill that got my attention. Its hard to accept advice from someone who thinks you are a fake.

HerbPean  Thank you for  your response, I trusted people on Lees thread vouching for him, especially Phillipma1957 who seems to be very level headed and was a pleasure to deal with.

I apologize for long post, but I feel at this moment I need to respond.  This forum is important to me and I have learned an immeasurable amount of information here.  Unfortunately when I first started reading the posts, I almost did not venture a toe into Bitcoin.  But I have never been one to follow the herd.  So happy mining, trading or holding,

Barbara 
13  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: OregonMines Group Buy $399 Colocated SP20s CC's Accepted on: March 19, 2015, 05:40:33 AM
I might be new but I resent you calling me names without knowing me. I am a 67 year old retired woman, trying to stay busy.  I was a senior VP and was quite busy and made a lot of decisions involving several millions at a time.  I also made good money and retired and was bored out of my mind. 

I have miners at home, but I can only have a few,

I have been staying busy studying Bitcoin, I have also purchased coin for a long position.

I have some money to play with and if I loose it all I do not care..  I have several miners with Lee in China,  I have  some hosted miners with asicspace here in Washington, and now I have a miner with Oregon Mines.  If it works out I will get more.  Risk is part of life. If I could not afford to loose the money I wouldn't play.    I have spent more than 500.00 for a hotel room in the past and will again in the future.

If I find other operations to host or purchase from it will be my decision

My risk is lower because I do not put all of my eggs in one basket.

I would suggest you get over yourself and your need to control the world.

Besides I need the tax write offs if the whole thing crashes.  If not my grand kids can have fun with the coin after I am gone
 
So this sock puppet says good night

This is small money I am playing with, but I have fun, and it keeps my mind busy learning new things

If this turns bad I will write about it but I have no need to tell others how handle their money,

Barbara
14  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: OregonMines Group Buy $399 Colocated SP20s CC's Accepted on: March 19, 2015, 01:13:11 AM
About two hours after my first post I received this response

You are not expected to pay the invoice before the contract, sorry if you thought that's what was meant, I could have been clearer with that.

We are trying to get our system to automatically send the contract and invoice together. I'll have them wait to send them together, there are a few people working on it so it shouldn't take much longer.

For the underclocking, you would be billed for actual power used, the $1.92 per day is based on the 180/180/180/180 .67v settings. If you use less power the billing would be less if the underclock is at higher settings that use more power it would be higher. But this won't be a problem if you want it underclocked to the 180 + .67v


You should see the units appear on your primary or secondary pool if there's a problem with the primary shortly.


My Miner was on line and hashing at 1675 . I have not even paid him yet

Barbara
15  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: OregonMines Group Buy $399 Colocated SP20s CC's Accepted on: March 18, 2015, 07:26:55 PM
Just received the following response from them

This will not be a problem, could you provide an email to be invoiced to, also so we can send you your contract when it is ready.

The invoice usually comes first with the contract a day or so behind.

OM
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  My answer

My email address is XXXXXXXXXXXXXX.

I will not pay the invoice until I see the contract.

also it would help to see it mining on my pools soon, consider it proof of life.

How come no name in signature? just OM

Barbara
16  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: OregonMines Group Buy $399 Colocated SP20s CC's Accepted on: March 18, 2015, 07:22:03 PM
If this works out, not having to buy power supplies, and the ability to sell the miner in the future helps
Time will tell

Barbara
17  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: OregonMines Group Buy $399 Colocated SP20s CC's Accepted on: March 18, 2015, 06:41:22 PM
I be warned
18  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: OregonMines Group Buy $399 Colocated SP20s CC's Accepted on: March 18, 2015, 05:38:46 PM
Okay, I will bite.  

I would like one sp 20 for 399.00  I will pay the 50 later to have it shipped to me.

I will pay the 2.90 hosting per day.

I want a month to month contract, with options to keep the miner there for at least 6 months.
 
you agree to under clock at my request to 1.92 day.

I can remove my miner before the 6 months are up if I give you notice

I will post on the forum all of my interactions, how long things take, and what kind of ongoing service I get.  Including downtime.

I want a phone number as well as an email address for support.

I wish to pay with credit card.

Barbara
19  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: OregonMines Group Buy $399 Colocated SP20s on: March 15, 2015, 11:26:27 PM
Would I have access to my miners?  How long can someone keep a miner hosted there?
Barbara
20  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [lee group]340$ the sales promotion of hosted antminer S5(golden psu included) on: March 07, 2015, 05:59:37 PM
Thank You

I noticed last night that one of my S5s was not working, and sent a note.  This morning I looked and it was only hashing at half speed.  I sent Lee a note and Within the hour I received a reply that he had replaced my miner with a new one and it is hashing away.

great service.

Now I am digging in the couch to find some loose change to buy more machines

Barbara
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