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April 09, 2013, 05:19:57 AM
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And I can't imagine what can be easier than paying in BTC. It's even much simpler than some of our competitors Smiley
The average person found icbit.se too complex for their understanding, they just want a bitpay form to deal with I think
Exactly. I have no problems paying in BTC. In fact, I actually prefer it. However, signing up to an exchange and having to buy bonds (how many? 1 per order? Enough bonds to get to $2800?) makes no sense to purchase a physical product. It might work for ASICMiner, but there's a reason why BFL and Avalon use a 3rd party payment processing company.

So anyways, back to my question. Is there a chance this could come back? I've said it before, the rackmount option is very attractive to some of us.

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April 09, 2013, 05:40:15 AM
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And I can't imagine what can be easier than paying in BTC. It's even much simpler than some of our competitors Smiley
The average person found icbit.se too complex for their understanding, they just want a bitpay form to deal with I think
Exactly. I have no problems paying in BTC. In fact, I actually prefer it. However, signing up to an exchange and having to buy bonds (how many? 1 per order? Enough bonds to get to $2800?) makes no sense to purchase a physical product. It might work for ASICMiner, but there's a reason why BFL and Avalon use a 3rd party payment processing company.

So anyways, back to my question. Is there a chance this could come back? I've said it before, the rackmount option is very attractive to some of us.

What they said  Cheesy  I'd be interested in a couple of rigs  Wink

Not gonna do a "preorder" ever again though...............but,maybe a BTC escrow type thing,hmmmmm  

I was gonna drop for another BFL unit,still might,but would like to see some competition.

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April 09, 2013, 06:27:48 AM
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Reclaimer project was cancelled due to a dilettante information policy. [...]

FTFY  Wink

Seriously, I was interested in this project when I would have seen any progress/updates on this. But the lack of activity in this thread and the failure to answer PMs for months made me believe that this project is either a non-starter or a scam.

BTW, I agree with the others - the payment option was a disastrous choice too.
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April 09, 2013, 08:03:11 AM
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pffth
I was interested and registered and bought ...
but what followed was less info than bfl on a bad day ,
in the end I sold back at a small loss...

it wasn't complicated to get the shares...

In the Beginning there was CPU , then GPU , then FPGA then ASIC, what next I hear to ask ....

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May 06, 2013, 07:42:27 PM
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Seriously, I was interested in this project when I would have seen any progress/updates on this. But the lack of activity in this thread and the failure to answer PMs for months made me believe that this project is either a non-starter or a scam.

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May 06, 2013, 09:47:39 PM
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BTW, I agree with the others - the payment option was a disastrous choice too.
Sorry, but what can be easier than accepting bitcoins ?

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May 07, 2013, 06:43:01 AM
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BTW, I agree with the others - the payment option was a disastrous choice too.
Sorry, but what can be easier than accepting bitcoins ?

Well, one had to open an account at some unknown/tiny exchange (if necessary fund it via VouchX and exchange to BTC) and then buy some bonds. To me this is a different thing then just "accepting bitcoins".
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May 07, 2013, 08:00:04 AM
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is it safe to assume the project is not developing?

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May 07, 2013, 11:18:03 AM
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is it safe to assume the project is not developing?

BTW Been mining on deepbit since April 2011  Grin my fav pool by far

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May 08, 2013, 01:41:09 AM
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Well, one had to open an account at some unknown/tiny exchange (if necessary fund it via VouchX and exchange to BTC) and then buy some bonds. To me this is a different thing then just "accepting bitcoins".

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May 18, 2013, 01:19:50 AM
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BTW, I agree with the others - the payment option was a disastrous choice too.
Sorry, but what can be easier than accepting bitcoins ?
Well, one had to open an account at some unknown/tiny exchange (if necessary fund it via VouchX and exchange to BTC) and then buy some bonds. To me this is a different thing then just "accepting bitcoins".
Well, you have to open an account or register in ANY case. How else can we know who is making pre-order and find out one's contact details ?
"accepting bitcoins" means at least creating a new bitcoin address and identifying the buyer, practically the same as it was done.

It's just easier to use our existing trading platform than creating some new site.

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