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November 24, 2015, 06:38:19 PM
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I contacted 21inc and they told me their chips ARE for sale just in bulk, to find out more just email saless@21.co  , their chips are really efficient as well.

I do not think so
here is an answer in their web site chat

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Sure, the minimum order quantity threshold is $1MM ($1,000,000) US Dollars.

So the interesting times are over.
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November 24, 2015, 06:41:51 PM
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I contacted 21inc and they told me their chips ARE for sale just in bulk, to find out more just email saless@21.co  , their chips are really efficient as well.

I do not think so
here is an answer in their web site chat

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Sure, the minimum order quantity threshold is $1MM ($1,000,000) US Dollars.

So the interesting times are over.

hmmm well that sure is a bulk order, that is really disappointing I thought it would be around 10k or sell.














 

 

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November 25, 2015, 09:26:26 AM
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The main issue is that the chips from the S7 and Avalon 6 are going into miners that are still NEW - no way are BitMain or Avalon going to willingly undercut their own miner sales right now. Try again in a few months.

 SP50 may or may not actually exist, but Spondoolies seems to have decided to follow BitFury and KnC into the "big industrial sales only" market.

 B-Eleven (Lktec/BW.com) unit doesn't appear to exist yet, or is still just in prototype. Same situation as Bitmain/Avalon, too new to be willing to undercut their miner sales for a while.

 Innosilicon is a wild card, they've tended to sell chips starting close to or at the same time as their miners came out - but their next-gen chip appears to not be in full production yet.

 21etc - see Bitfury, "mass orders only" or buy their light bulbs, err, Bitcoin massively overpriced not-really-a-miner boxes.

 No clue what's going on with SFARDS, but their dual-mining chip is the worse of both worlds at current pricing and performance IF it's actually available for sale.


 Talk to Sidehack about the issues a WELL KNOWN DEVELOPER has had in trying to get anything current-gen for his small projects.

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November 25, 2015, 11:14:59 AM
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 21etc - see Bitfury, "mass orders only" or buy their light bulbs, err, Bitcoin massively overpriced not-really-a-miner boxes.


Did we ever get any more news on the Light Bulbs, thought they were meant to be released in 2015?


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November 25, 2015, 11:33:41 AM
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 21etc - see Bitfury, "mass orders only" or buy their light bulbs, err, Bitcoin massively overpriced not-really-a-miner boxes.


Did we ever get any more news on the Light Bulbs, thought they were meant to be released in 2015?


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I think Bitfury realized that nobody wants to pay $40 for a 7GH/S miner that makes lights
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November 25, 2015, 01:47:24 PM
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The main issue is that the chips from the S7 and Avalon 6 are going into miners that are still NEW - no way are BitMain or Avalon going to willingly undercut their own miner sales right now. Try again in a few months.

 SP50 may or may not actually exist, but Spondoolies seems to have decided to follow BitFury and KnC into the "big industrial sales only" market.

 B-Eleven (Lktec/BW.com) unit doesn't appear to exist yet, or is still just in prototype. Same situation as Bitmain/Avalon, too new to be willing to undercut their miner sales for a while.

 Innosilicon is a wild card, they've tended to sell chips starting close to or at the same time as their miners came out - but their next-gen chip appears to not be in full production yet.

 21etc - see Bitfury, "mass orders only" or buy their light bulbs, err, Bitcoin massively overpriced not-really-a-miner boxes.

 No clue what's going on with SFARDS, but their dual-mining chip is the worse of both worlds at current pricing and performance IF it's actually available for sale.


 Talk to Sidehack about the issues a WELL KNOWN DEVELOPER has had in trying to get anything current-gen for his small projects.

Well said
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November 28, 2015, 02:20:30 PM
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I contacted 21inc and they told me their chips ARE for sale just in bulk, to find out more just email saless@21.co  , their chips are really efficient as well.

Can you ask for the price please? 0.16 joules per GH/s is good - Spondoolies SP50 0.15 joules per GH/s but i don't think that the chip exist..
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November 29, 2015, 10:53:20 AM
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We've tried every major manufacturer over the past month or two, nothing was available, even with the number 10 miner putting in a good word for us. We did hear back from bitfury but since we don't have funding they stopped responding after telling them our budget after they asked. 21 inc we didn't hear a response through email when we asked about the ability of pointing miners to other pools as decentralization is our fundamental goal for building a miner/company.

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