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3041  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [HALTED] Bitmine CoinCraft 28nm chip distribution (December W50, 42.5BTC/THps) on: November 14, 2013, 12:43:11 AM
Most appreciated Giorgio.

We are waiting for the details and we are always glad to help resolve issues with limitations in the chip design.
3042  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Yifu now working with "famed banking family" to help government track addresses on: November 14, 2013, 12:37:34 AM
i dont like this chinese guy

I don't like this guy regardless of his nationality.

He is an American.
3043  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: BFL Monarch update on: November 13, 2013, 10:13:29 AM
Common sense?

Ya that is proof.

Pfft.

3044  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: My ASIC Performance Figures, 9 Months In on: November 13, 2013, 07:03:09 AM
Everyone would be good to do this and so the community can get some primary data which is not based on hype, spin or speculation but on information given to us directly from first-hand sources and what is great about it is that the data is fresh right from the users. It be nice if it were compiled so that you could do a more in depth analysis of the mining equipment.

Excellent template so far maybe a spreadsheet or website to enter the data?
3045  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: YES, you can get a REFUND from BFL on: November 13, 2013, 07:00:18 AM
Except... none of it ever happened.  Cool story, though, bro!

Josh, be careful where you tread. I've warned you once before about spouting off to the wrong people. I am not PuertoLibre or some other BFL troll. I've spent tens of thousands of dollars with your company and have a solid BitcoinTalk reputation. I have resold and mined both your FPGA and ASIC lines, and have made quite a bit of coin doing so. On top of this, I have over $100,000 on the sidelines right now that I am waiting to put back into mining equipment once the difficulty becomes more predictable and your company is in consideration if you are able to actually deliver your 28nm products with a reasonable price, hashrate, and power consumption.

So watch your fucking "facts" when you attempt to call either me or my friend a liar. The fact of the matter is that I coached 1 family member and 4 friends into buying machines of different sizes from your company and on September 19th sent them an email saying to cancel their orders because we were crossing the point of no return on investment. The family member received their miners early enough to sell them for a good profit. Of the friends, one had no problems at all cancelling, one had a problem where after several weeks of harassing Paypal finally had the reversal approved, only to have the account Paypal was drawing on as empty, and the other two have not been able to get a refund, although they haven't been particularly aggressive with paypal either. As such, two of my friends had some amount of dollars sewn up with your company in an interest free loan for some time, and two of them are going to take a large loss, one of them at a time in his life where he really needs a win.

And I hold you responsible due to the complete and utter fabrications called timelines you've delivered to us in the past 17 months. In your quest to dominate the market, you have sucker punched people who are now literally homeless, causing fights between their spouse and them, and adding astounding stress to their lives. And so, I understand that you can easily sit there and type complete lies that ruin people, and as such you think it must be easy for everyone else to just lie.

But I'll tell you now, Josh, I'm no liar. My friend who had this bounced paypal issue is no liar. So, I would get your "cool story" straight before you respond to me again.

You would actually "consider" buying from BFL Huh   After already being a "customer"  Huh   You deserve whatever loses you incur  Roll Eyes

Yup if you haven't learned yet...

3046  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: [The Wasp] 28nm ASIC Miner Open Hardware Development Project on: November 13, 2013, 06:53:38 AM
Additional Project Update:


The Wasp Project Mining Pool.

As mining hardware is only a small portion of the future of our group we are looking for other ways to expand our scope. We will need our own mining pool for our hardware and potentially in BTC and Alt Coins should there be interest by our members. The pool we are planning will require a number of key components.

1. Server and hosting.
2. Pool software with excellent security.
3. Kick ass web interface.

The focus of this project will be to sell opt in shares to cover the costs of the server hardware, hosting set up and the development of the pool software, security, and web interfaces. A number of our members are currently available to provide everything we need in as little as 30 days so we have a deadline of December 30th for this project to go live.

3047  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: My ASIC Performance Figures, 9 Months In on: November 13, 2013, 06:31:42 AM
Nice table...

Like to see more people do this.
3048  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: KNC 16 nm VS BFL Monarch update on: November 13, 2013, 06:14:29 AM
ROFL

KNC NEWS :::: https://www.kncminer.com/news/news-63


So BFL ... you get an Update ?
KNC too but knc think about an 16 / 20 nm Structur



"Currently almost 70% of all Bitcoins mined today are being created upon KnCMiner hardware, distributed to customers in over 120 countries globally." - KNC


Hmmm.... wonder what Josh would have to say about that?
Personally, I call shenanigans.  5PH currently on the network, 70% = 3.5PH.  ~23% or 1.15PH is on the Ghash.io site, leaving .35PH for everyone else.  BFL has shipped more than Ghash.io at this point, meaning KnC couldn't have more than 54%.  So sad even the haters can't do proper math.


LOL! Amazing you have a one way shenanigans detector right? Where is your evidence to SUPPORT your claims they shipped more?


Let us focus on do they have the Monarch chip taped out... right?

Have they now in November taped out the chip they promised tape out in August?

That would be much more relevant a discussion. Have you called shenanigans on the Tape Out for the Monarch chip yet? Didn't we see something similar with the other ASICs?
3049  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Least reliable company? on: November 13, 2013, 06:12:00 AM
Would be nice to be able to view poll results.

Question:    Vote for the least reliable company?
Cointerra   - 0 (0%)
Kncminer   - 4 (2.6%)
Hashfast   - 4 (2.6%)
butterfly labs   - 126 (81.8%)
Terrahash   - 10 (6.5%)
Avalon   - 10 (6.5%)
Total Voters: 154
3050  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: BFL Monarch update on: November 12, 2013, 02:59:16 PM
LOL Inferences...

I am talking reality. Real proof. Not a 2 week promise to deliver that turns into 12 months.

KnC showed people the prototype right?

They opened up the lab if I remember correctly?


The amount of misinformation on this board is astounding.

The KnC "Prototype" was an FPGA so no there wasn't an "actual" prototype of the ASICs.

They did have an "Open Day" to show off this FPGA Prototype. Correct.

Just stating the facts in this thread, not speculation based on emotions.

Ya well a lot more than just a fucking pic and what Josh says. Monarch is vapourware until they have something other than a picture given their history.
3051  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Official BITMINE CoinCraft series 28nm ASIC miners thread on: November 12, 2013, 02:53:08 PM
Where is the DEV thread?

Also we will try and contact you G.M. via Skype about all this.

3052  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: BFL Monarch update on: November 12, 2013, 02:07:33 PM
LOL Inferences...

I am talking reality. Real proof. Not a 2 week promise to deliver that turns into 12 months. Nor some sketchy vaporware pics.

KnC showed people the prototype right?

They opened up the lab if I remember correctly?

3053  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Blue Fury Miners V2 2.6Gh/s on: November 12, 2013, 01:40:51 PM
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=319419.0  <--- SUPPORT THREAD THERE.
3054  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: BFL Monarch update on: November 12, 2013, 01:39:26 PM
Use your eyes and your math skills.

LOL!

Has it hashed?

Evidence... is not picture... we've been down that road with BFL remember?
3055  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: BFL Monarch update on: November 12, 2013, 11:30:47 AM
Here is Prototype #2

Seems like lots of little chips


faux board image removed

You know what, seems like it will be their bitforce ASIC die shrunk, tweaked and tuned up running at probably closer to 1Ghz.... Which implies to me that they will have very few teething troubles with it, compared to a completely fresh design.

More junk... nice. Evidence to support that?
3056  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Picture of the New BFL Monarch Prototype 2 on: November 12, 2013, 05:04:24 AM
3057  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Who here already pre-ordered the Monarch 28 nm Bitcoin mining card ??? on: November 12, 2013, 04:17:28 AM
"Yes! I pre-ordered the Monarch and I have high HOPEs BFL will deliver on time" I hope your right! If BFL comes through and delivers on time i promise never again to post a  negative post on them Smiley

A new license plate holder from BFL for every Monarch pre-order.




Here is what you are likely to look forward to in a few months and no amount of SPIN you put on it will distract people who can read these BFL threads.... mark his words:

In the meantime PayPal have been in touch about the other orders and BFL have told them that they will be shipping them and providing tracking which is bullshit as the orders are still sat "on hold". Lying to Paypal will really help their case, especially since I've just emailed through screenshots proving them liars. I'd imagine Paypal are sick and tired of dealing with BFL and its no surprise that they no longer provide a service for BFL.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=266945.msg3552803#msg3552803

Did you even read your own poll results?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=323857.0

Least reliable company?

Cointerra   - 0 (0%)
Kncminer   - 4 (3.3%)
Hashfast   - 4 (3.3%)
butterfly labs   - 100 (83.3%)
Terrahash   - 8 (6.7%)
Avalon   - 4 (3.3%)


My questions again:

Where is there ANY evidence they have a chip on the design board?
Who is designing the BFL Monarch chip?
Is the designer in house at BFL?
Where are the designs?
When did they promise the tape out?
Have they taped out?
How long is the Monarch now delayed?
How can they justify a design and mockup pci-e mining card without having any detailed information on the chips first given the issues associated with this sort of design?

Further...

Why are there FCC, EC and ETL marks on the Monarch prototype when they have not been submitted to those agencies for testing?
3058  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: technobit usb miner on: November 12, 2013, 03:38:11 AM
Marto's company right? If so yes pretty good developer. Decent products usually the best prices in the community given the cost he gets the chips for normally.


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=293030.msg3138394#msg3138394
3059  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Announcement: Bitmain launches AntMiner solution, 0.68 J/GH on chip on: November 12, 2013, 03:32:59 AM
I think everyone is waiting for a company with fair pricing and available stock.  Smiley

From our experience, if you don't sell these chips under production costs, there will be a lot of people complaining of unfair pricing.


"Overpriced" = Default setting currently.
3060  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [HALTED] Bitmine CoinCraft 28nm chip distribution (December W50, 42.5BTC/THps) on: November 12, 2013, 02:56:27 AM
Mini-rant from our EE about the latest chip spec update:

1. Why are the designs less specific now Bitmine for the A1 chip?

2. Why haven't you specified the top-to-bottom pad distance, or completely specified the position of the 0.2mm wide pads that carry the signals. Why have you done this? Was it on purpose? Worrying very worrying.

Please note your package has pads only 0.2mm wide and by not specifying your position this leaves us open to losing half of EVERY pad, if we are off in our guesses by only 1/10th of a millimeter. Only 100 microns, right? Please note that adds to the chips professed tolerance in your positioning of 50 microns. This is shocking. You need to include ALL the dimensions in the picture and table as soon as possible.
 
3. In response to a request to move the signals to allow for a ground escape between pins 8 & 9, you have doubled down by newly assigning pin 8 to Vdd (pin 9, a long vertical pad that forms the other side of the requested escape, is also Vdd). And, unfortunately, the pinout drawing is only related to the package drawing, in shapes. We should be happy that, at least, you fixed their pin naming to match the descriptive table that accompanies the drawing but we need Bitmine to really put out documents that are helpful
 
4. We will not be hand assembling A1 chips to the boards. These chips require robotics to have any chance at all and forget about hot-air-rework - if one of these chips is failing, we will have to scrap the whole board, at worst, or ship it with blue-wires and degraded capability at best.

5. Your promise of replacement chips for failed ones won't begin to cover the costs of discarding the whole board. We are going to design in a physical bypass for every chip, even though that will reduce our density by 20% or more in order to protect those doing DYI and others who buy from us.  
 
6. At this point given what we are learning from Bitmine we expect to have two-three re-spins of boards with these chips, before we get the footprint, solder stencil, and reflow curves right. That's four iterations before production... please Bitmine help us reduce that if at all possible by providing some decent chip specs. We want to have a reasonably good chance to succeed with your chips.

Thanks,

The Wasp Team
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