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Author Topic: Yes Miners... Is their M20 model hashing at 20Th/s at 1500w for real?  (Read 3489 times)
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February 09, 2016, 02:43:52 AM
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Its a scam miner.  registered company means nothing.  HEck, a good scammer can register a name (its like 20$), rent a shared office (like really cheap) to get a business address and shit, or even a po box...oh why do I even bother.  you arent gonna hash 20ths at 1500w god damn it.

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February 09, 2016, 04:47:04 AM
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Its a scam miner.  registered company means nothing.  HEck, a good scammer can register a name (its like 20$), rent a shared office (like really cheap) to get a business address and shit, or even a po box...oh why do I even bother.  you arent gonna hash 20ths at 1500w god damn it.

And they can pay them self's from a company and say they are working on it.  Keep going till they are empty on cash and close.   Maybe a few get lawsuits (even if you do it's no guarentee you get paid).

The only winners in this is the ones that scammed people.  No one should be buying them at this point.  And really no one should have bought at all.  People need to realize rendering does not mean there is a miner.
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February 10, 2016, 01:03:13 PM
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if their miner indeed hashed at 20ths/1500w, i'm sure they would be dominating the pools of bitcoin by now.

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February 10, 2016, 01:18:41 PM
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if their miner indeed hashed at 20ths/1500w, i'm sure they would be dominating the pools of bitcoin by now.

funny thing is, that the difficulty is "exploding" last weeks... but yesminers did not use this for marketing, a good scammer would do Smiley
so they are not even a good scamming company

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February 10, 2016, 06:47:11 PM
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Yesminer is those MAT scamming bastards from a while ago...they just reinvent themselves with the same "lines" of german tech, etc.
Let's face it there are no new manufacturers on the scene...if they don't have a history then don't trust them...the ones with legit history of delivering is seriously dwindling as well, so keep smart and avoid these types of obvious scams. Just buy some cryptocoins and hold...

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