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2401  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [OPEN] Bitmine CoinCraft A1 28nm chip distribution / DIY support on: January 30, 2014, 04:38:17 AM
When we get on our bike and start working on the A1 we would like to invite the EE's posting here to meet with our EE's might be good to have a sit down with everyone to discuss things.

A sit down where? ;-)

-a[g


Our Teamspeak server.
2402  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: {BFL} CoinTerra vs. Butterfly Labs (Who will deliver first?) on: January 29, 2014, 03:44:13 PM
Cointerra Wins!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

There's a shock. Like BFL have ever won a "first to deliver" race  Smiley

KNC won the 28nm race several months ago so neither Cointerra or BFL are even a close second.

Not about first to 28nm. It was first to get their miners shipped.

BFL fail.

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Do another one Asicminer 40nm vs BFL 28nm. See who has the cheaper $ Gh/s and ships chips / miners before the end of March.
2403  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: TerraHash thread deleted? on: January 29, 2014, 03:40:07 PM
Wasn't deleted, it was renamed and moved to off topic/locked, by the OP.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=198489.0

So the OP can move/rename his thread to any subtopic at any time? What's the logic behind this?

This doesn't sound fair at all. For me his move means that he is trying to hide/wipe his scamming trails. I understand that this forum has a "caveat emptor" mindset, but this makes me think that scammers/scumbags have more tools for their bad intended moves than the average user has in order to defend himself. I wonder why there are so many that are pissed at this move. I didn't have any money invested in TH scam, but this is absurd for this community. I actually thought this is a better community than many others, but this makes me think otherwise.

Don't expect too much support from the forum on that regard. We have to take care of our own.
2404  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Pizzacoin with Innovative Proof-of-Pizza on: January 29, 2014, 03:19:10 PM
Excellent.

Watching and waiting should be a great coin.
2405  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Butterfly Labs Nimbus Cloud Mining Service $40 a GH on: January 29, 2014, 03:16:24 PM
What a rip off, we could do a 1 yr contract out of our farm at half that price easy.  And you would start mining today.  



Share a link and pricing and any customer testimonials.

Group Buy #2 pricing - .35 a share 18GH right now.  Another 12 GH later...cost breakdown (ignoring the 12GH later).
.35 ($280) buy in + 164.89 1 year hosting = $444.89 for 18/GH = $24.71/GH
Plus you'll get more hashes later from a KNC Neptune.

Group Buy #4 is even cheaper, @ .295 a share, and it has a Scrypt rig as it's bonus to diversify.  There's a big difference when you go with a community oriented project, versus the "2 week" nightmare.

Did anyone see the Asicminer 40nm chip post? Sub $1 per Gh/s. Game over for BFL.
2406  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [OPEN] Bitmine CoinCraft A1 28nm chip distribution / DIY support on: January 29, 2014, 03:13:46 PM
Do you all remember what is this tread all about.
Using dirty words and calling somebody "idiot" is just shitting the tread.
Please stay on topic !!!!!!!!

Pot Kettle Black Calling.

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When we get on our bike and start working on the A1 we would like to invite the EE's posting here to meet with our EE's might be good to have a sit down with everyone to discuss things.
2407  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: [ANN]ASICMiner Publicly Looking for Potential Customers/Partners for New Chips on: January 29, 2014, 02:15:49 PM
The WPC would definitely be interested in this.

The right move. Cheaper chips.

We hope to discuss possible development of a 40nm Wasp using that chip. We will have a working prototype coming out soon and with our unique modular design and an open source design it is a perfect match. We will be sending you some information soon but we would like to get reference materials and ideally some sample chips asap.
2408  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [OPEN] Bitmine CoinCraft A1 28nm chip distribution / DIY support on: January 29, 2014, 10:58:47 AM
Emphatic NO to your question loshia.
2409  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Putting TerraHash Debacle To Rest, Finally. on: January 29, 2014, 09:57:00 AM
Partial reason for the failure of this project was a JUMPING early on production of pcb's when you and everyone else was clearly WARNED by BKKcoins not to produce anything until he had a working design. Some of your losses were definitely self-inflicted. Hopefully you can add clarity to the accounting in that respect as your investors are well aware of that fact.

man how dense do you have to be, they never bought or invested in anything nor had any intent to actually produce, it's a scam from day 1.  Go look at the photos they posted, a box of transistors, handful of metal cases, and a few single pcb boards. There is no loss, it's all bullshit.

it wouldn't mattered if avalon(another lowlife scam) delivered on time or not, they were not prepared to build anything, people actually sent them avalon chips and got nothing back.

My comments are directed at Terrahash comments about the 'costs" he incurred and not to add any validity to whether or not he had the intention of production. You might want to talk to those who went to their site and reviewed the work he was doing for that.

They showed the boards they had fabricated very early on and that initial run with all the errors in it. Nothing DENSE in what I am saying. I'm pointing out that if he is trying to make it a case of we tried really hard but failed those suing him can point directly to the fact he was "paying" for boards that should NEVER HAVE BEEN MADE and WAS CLEARLY WARNED NOT TO DO IT. Why would he do that?

Why he did that could be evidence for proving it was a scam and he was trying to mislead people into thinking he was going ahead with the project. I am on your side in fact as soon as he jumped on the project I was worried he was going screw BKKCoins out of royalties and not share work product. For the most part that is what happened.
2410  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Putting TerraHash Debacle To Rest, Finally. on: January 29, 2014, 03:16:21 AM
Partial reason for the failure of this project was a JUMPING early on production of pcb's when you and everyone else was clearly WARNED by BKKcoins not to produce anything until he had a working design. Some of your losses were definitely self-inflicted. Hopefully you can add clarity to the accounting in that respect as your investors are well aware of that fact.
2411  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Butterfly Labs Nimbus Cloud Mining Service $40 a GH on: January 29, 2014, 01:14:58 AM
What a rip off, we could do a 1 yr contract out of our farm at half that price easy.  And you would start mining today.  



Share a link and pricing and any customer testimonials.
2412  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Butterfly Labs Nimbus Cloud Mining Service $40 a GH on: January 28, 2014, 06:44:48 AM
Who owns Nimbus?

That is all that needs to be asked... who has a stake in it? Is Josh a part owner? Is BFL or any of their board owners?

Who are Nimbus? What experience do they have in cloud mining? Where are the miners being housed?

1000's of unanswered questions like these might want to make the normal investor raise the red flag because they are associated with BFL. That alone would give any person who knows BFL history to not buy anything from Nimbus especially way over priced cloud mining at $40 Gh/s.
2413  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: ntek 1.2th/s miner? on: January 28, 2014, 05:02:26 AM
Proof will be in the pudding.

Everything else and this pretty innocuous back and forth in this thread means very little to those who have already paid. Given A1 / Bitmine's delivery schedule we will know in short order what is and isn't a scam in the A1 chip miner market. Reading the website like tea leaves for a scam is not the only factor. Putting your own name and reputation up like Ry has does speak more authenticity vs. fly by night operations littering bitcointalk including well established companies that take delays for customers as a badge of honor showing little or no remorse.
2414  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Purchasing ASIC Mining Chips on: January 27, 2014, 08:14:39 AM
Twice now I have bought bare chips to have them built into miners, and both times it has been a disaster with delivery coming way too late to be even close to profitable.

Buying ready-to-go miners is definitely the better way to go.

Faults lay where?

Chips supplier or Fabricator?

And it is always important $ / Gh/s at the end of the process. That is critical for determining the end game if your buying and fabricating as that was the OP. Yes much better to get in stock miners when / if available at best price.
2415  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Butterfly Labs Nimbus Cloud Mining Service $40 a GH on: January 27, 2014, 03:08:28 AM
Who owns Nimbus?

Follow the money.

Time to rebrand I guess now BFL's name is mud right?
2416  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Purchasing ASIC Mining Chips on: January 27, 2014, 03:07:16 AM
Ok. Why can't one just buy the ASICs that have already been designed, then by the PCBs to accompany them and the other parts, ie. PSU, coolers, etc.

here you go, cheap as chips http://btcgarden.com//productsDetail.do?id=107

Whose PCB are you using?

$ / GH/s after you get the board made?
2417  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [HALTED] Bitmine CoinCraft 28nm chip distribution / DIY support on: January 26, 2014, 11:19:22 AM
I was wondering, has anybody else ever tried a single chip before ?

Hm, no - both tested designs (Bitmine, marto74) use multi-chip-chains. Not sure what the WASP folks are going for, but no test results so far from their side.

Worst case you need to ensure that chip is not broken. If you have the second sample available you could double check.


Above that, please PM me for a more interactive support.

Likely both chips, ours won't be a single chip prototype, will be put on a 6 chip board layout that we are employing for our bring up. We are working through our BitFury design first before moving on to the A1.
2418  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: BFL Product Failures / Underperformance. on: January 26, 2014, 07:38:01 AM
Twitter:

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CoinChomp ‏@CoinChomp 17h
ButterflyLabs booth. Staff fielding frenzied questions. From pissed off customers perhaps? pic.twitter.com/0CjwpetJTl

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Zentoshi ‏@Zentoshi_btc Jan 23
@ButterflyLabs  Our miner has stopped working. Only lasted 4 months and waited more than a year to receive it! And as usual you don't answer

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BMG4 ‏@BryanGrant Jan 24
@ButterflyLabs We made an order 2 wks ago. Been trying to reach you since then. No responses from @ButterflyLabs to emails or phone calls.
2419  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: [ANN] Technobit HEX8A1 - 6/8 chip Coincraft A1 board on: January 26, 2014, 07:10:58 AM
I'm usualy ok and understanding.
And I would do it soon in amy other case


But in this case he is using unpropriate language and made a lot posts here

Trying to traten me with negative posting.
My best option is to refund ASAP to make him shut.
I'm not going to. After all this bitching he'll wait.


Doesn't matter if the guy is a complete asshole. Pay em if you owe him problem solved. This community doesn't really need more companies that act in an unprofessional manner. Who cares what words he uses. If you owe him pay em. Problem resolved. Then you can get back to building products that work. I respect the work you do Marto74... how about we can get back to focusing only on that. Pay this guy and move on that way we can see working A1 miners in the wild faster. Don't waste time firefighting this stuff let the other crap companies play that game.
2420  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: ntek 1.2th/s miner? on: January 26, 2014, 07:07:24 AM
I have had a number of conversations with Ry also in relation to the miners they are going to build and in my opinion the community may want to give the Ntek/RevUpRender a close once over and determine their depth in the rendering arena as a solid platform for their first move into BitCoin mining as a fabricator. Clearly they have deep roots in the rendering game https://www.revuprender.com/pages/case-studios and what this company and Ry bring to mining might be exactly what we need in this community a professional gravitas.

It is good this community roots out scams as quickly as possible and I agree that this is necessary given the bs we have seen passed off as legitimate companies that actually ship product. Time will tell if Ntek will deliver as promised but there is plenty I see here that gives me the sense that this team will produce miners based on their background in rendering. This is not an endorsement. This is merely my opinion based on the review of the information available and the communications I have had with Ry.

At this point let us see what Ben T. says about a unit review and let us see what NTek can show us in the coming weeks as they build their miners. I wish them luck and welcome what I suspect will be a definite positive addition to ASIC fabricators based in the USA as we all know we need more players in this market place that will deliver product on time with little or no bs.
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