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July 19, 2016, 07:26:08 AM
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Hi, I have paid the seller CjMapope for 3 x S7 miners. Person in-charge is Mr. Garth, DHL was suppose to collect from OregonMines. But unfortunately they can't get Mr. Garth. I seek for your help to arrange the miners for DHL to pick up. Please help..

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August 29, 2016, 07:25:12 PM
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@robelino -  Thanks very much for including Oregon Mines on your Facebook pages!  We greatly appreciate it and do have room for additional clients.  Tom Thurber, COO

OregonMines - Co-located Hosting of Bitcoin and GPU miners. https://www.oregonmines.com - S9 @ $100 / mo, L3+ @ $70 / mo , 4U GPU units start @ $100 / mo in co-location fees. No setup fees. Limited space available today!
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August 29, 2016, 08:37:55 PM
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In a year these miners will make you $900 if you get free electricity. So I think these are best for just as a hobbies. Nice ypu can rent to own I like that part. Maybe you should add more range of choices to mine with ?
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December 10, 2016, 04:07:18 AM
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So I will need to pay USD 100 for hosting one unit S9? Do you also buy S9s for customer? What does the 13TB model cost?
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December 13, 2016, 02:42:50 AM
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Hello Eric,

Yes, we can source S9s for clients.  The current price is $1700 each.  Note that the hosting fee you quoted is all-inclusive with no time commitment and no nuisance charges (set-up etc.).  We offer discounts for time commitments and prepayments as outlined on our website www.oregonmines.com.

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August 19, 2017, 09:08:32 AM
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Are you guys still offering your service?
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December 05, 2017, 06:12:28 PM
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Bump. Ditto. Is Oregon Mines still hosting?
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December 08, 2017, 04:06:43 AM
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I believe they are currently 100% full


Knowing the OM boys, however, they are probably at work on some more space.

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January 02, 2018, 06:46:00 AM
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I'm on a waitlist, hopefully they'll find some more space for all the incoming miners in 2018!
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January 04, 2018, 07:30:11 PM
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I've been loving my co-location with Oregonmines. They set my equipment up very quickly, and made the whole process
quite simple, They have excellent customer service and support.  They have been super helpful 100 % of the time.
I feel very luck to be doing business with this company, and can only hope that our relationship lasts for a long time to come.

Thanks again Oregonmines   

Any questions,

email mfr805@gmail.com
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January 04, 2018, 08:56:52 PM
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I've been loving my co-location with Oregonmines. They set my equipment up very quickly, and made the whole process
quite simple, They have excellent customer service and support.  They have been super helpful 100 % of the time.
I feel very luck to be doing business with this company, and can only hope that our relationship lasts for a long time to come.

Thanks again Oregonmines   

Any questions,

email mfr805@gmail.com

Just hope your equipment does not ever break down while there, may never get fixed.

Hosting ASIC hardware in Missouri ($63kW per month Sept-April, $75kW May-August) Antminer S9 @ $85/month
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January 13, 2018, 11:58:32 AM
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Paid for reservation space for the recent expansion project, that required 50% of the annual hosting fees up-front. Then shipped in $10k worth of Bitmain miners delivered successfully at the Oregon Mines facility on Mon 8th Jan. Not had any response all week via support emails and the miners are still offline. Am I unlucky here or has anyone else had these kind of issues?
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January 13, 2018, 04:01:11 PM
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I've been loving my co-location with Oregonmines. They set my equipment up very quickly, and made the whole process
quite simple, They have excellent customer service and support.  They have been super helpful 100 % of the time.
I feel very luck to be doing business with this company, and can only hope that our relationship lasts for a long time to come.

Thanks again Oregonmines   

Any questions,

email mfr805@gmail.com


I'm also satisfied customer. The only minor issue is that I'm waiting over weeks for VPN access but it was probably caused by some problem on the payment provider (the invoice was not marked as paid). But overall experience is the best among all (three) hostings I have tried so far.

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Just hope your equipment does not ever break down while there, may never get fixed.

What you mean? Can you elaborate more?
In past one hashboard stopped hashing and they immediately informed me asking for permission the send it for repair. Of course granted and within weeks was back online.

 

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Just hope your equipment does not ever break down while there, may never get fixed.

What you mean? Can you elaborate more?
In past one hashboard stopped hashing and they immediately informed me asking for permission the send it for repair. Of course granted and within weeks was back online.

 


I wont even bother elaborating considering the first time I posted my problem, OM deleted my comment and made an empty promise via email.

Hosting ASIC hardware in Missouri ($63kW per month Sept-April, $75kW May-August) Antminer S9 @ $85/month
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January 14, 2018, 06:58:10 PM
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I will post an update on my issue as soon as I hear from them. At this point I don't know if OM has the miners, since there is no update from OM regarding delivery status and no ticket system that I can find that actually works.

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I'm also satisfied customer. The only minor issue is that I'm waiting over weeks for VPN access but it was probably caused by some problem on the payment provider (the invoice was not marked as paid). But overall experience is the best among all (three) hostings I have tried so far.

Glad to hear you're having a good experience, one of the main reasons we chose to ship them out to OM was they had more positive feedback than other co-location providers. Also looking to get VPN access setup when the miners are online.
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January 23, 2018, 10:34:32 PM
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I have been an Oregon Mines customer for about 1 year now. I am very happy with their facility. I have about 20 miners (Bitmain, Avalon, and Ebit) hosted there. They have always responded to any issues with miners being down and needing a reboot. The only downtime I have experienced is once, when they adding more capacity, the power was shut down for a few hours.

They setup up my VPN access quickly, and without issue.

Though they are a little slow lately at responding to email, they always take care of an issue in a reasonable time frame. Recently had a miner go down. I emailed that night and it was back on line with in a few hours after finding it was a dead psu.

Their invoicing process is sometimes rather slow, but they always get my new miners up and running within a day or two after delivery.
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February 17, 2018, 01:59:35 PM
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I have been an Oregon Mines customer for about 1 year now. I am very happy with their facility. I have about 20 miners (Bitmain, Avalon, and Ebit) hosted there. They have always responded to any issues with miners being down and needing a reboot. The only downtime I have experienced is once, when they adding more capacity, the power was shut down for a few hours.

They setup up my VPN access quickly, and without issue.

Though they are a little slow lately at responding to email, they always take care of an issue in a reasonable time frame. Recently had a miner go down. I emailed that night and it was back on line with in a few hours after finding it was a dead psu.

Their invoicing process is sometimes rather slow, but they always get my new miners up and running within a day or two after delivery.

Finally got up and running after a 1 month wait due to over capacity issues. It seems Oregon Mines are now into their phase 4 expansion, will be looking to add more miners if space permits. Have a working VPN connection and email support has been helpful over the last few days to help me get setup.
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