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February 01, 2013, 09:16:13 PM
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Just got my first 2 not too long ago, and am looking to get 3 more.

3/6 Edit: I've bought my original 5 desired units, and am now looking for a 6th to add to my growing farm.

I'm looking for a US seller for a unit running without issues on at least close to stock firmware. PM me if you've got one you're looking to get rid of. With BFL about to deliver around the corner, I'm not interested in paying more than trade in value, so please don't contact me with offers above that.
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February 01, 2013, 11:36:17 PM
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February 02, 2013, 01:21:21 AM
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I should mention that I'm in US, an am not interested in any EU offers, as I don't want to deal with customs and overseas shipping. I'd like to keep this as simple as possible.
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February 08, 2013, 10:10:02 AM
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Still lookin!
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February 11, 2013, 04:25:10 AM
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Bump yet again!
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February 12, 2013, 06:18:51 AM
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I think I'd be willing to sell 3 for $2,500 (in BTC only of course).

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February 12, 2013, 11:45:11 AM
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I think I'd be willing to sell 3 for $2,500 (in BTC only of course).

With BFLs release of ASIC soon, there's no way to recuperate any amount spent above the trade in value. It wouldn't make sense to pay more than trade in value at this point. I appreciate the offer, but I'm going to have to decline.
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February 12, 2013, 01:44:01 PM
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I think I'd be willing to sell 3 for $2,500 (in BTC only of course).

With BFLs release of ASIC soon, there's no way to recuperate any amount spent above the trade in value. It wouldn't make sense to pay more than trade in value at this point. I appreciate the offer, but I'm going to have to decline.

Not a problem, I'll keep making about a bitcoin a week (or $25/week), or about $100 a month for the next couple of months.... almost sounds like the premium I'm including in my offer price, which I believe to be fair, but certainly not a guaranteed win/lose for either party.

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February 12, 2013, 11:30:19 PM
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I think I'd be willing to sell 3 for $2,500 (in BTC only of course).

With BFLs release of ASIC soon, there's no way to recuperate any amount spent above the trade in value. It wouldn't make sense to pay more than trade in value at this point. I appreciate the offer, but I'm going to have to decline.

Not a problem, I'll keep making about a bitcoin a week (or $25/week), or about $100 a month for the next couple of months.... almost sounds like the premium I'm including in my offer price, which I believe to be fair, but certainly not a guaranteed win/lose for either party.

Good luck mining!  Play some Seals while we wait for ASICs to ship Smiley

Yeah, almost. Except when difficulty sky rockets and you're making 1 BTC per 10-20 weeks, and hoping the price doesn't plummet. At which point you'll be making $5-10 per month. Because I'm planning on upgrading, it doesn't make sense to pay more than I would by placing a normal order. So, my offer stands for now if you should reconsider.
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February 13, 2013, 01:15:19 AM
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I think I'd be willing to sell 3 for $2,500 (in BTC only of course).

With BFLs release of ASIC soon, there's no way to recuperate any amount spent above the trade in value. It wouldn't make sense to pay more than trade in value at this point. I appreciate the offer, but I'm going to have to decline.

Not a problem, I'll keep making about a bitcoin a week (or $25/week), or about $100 a month for the next couple of months.... almost sounds like the premium I'm including in my offer price, which I believe to be fair, but certainly not a guaranteed win/lose for either party.

Good luck mining!  Play some Seals while we wait for ASICs to ship Smiley

Yeah, almost. Except when difficulty sky rockets and you're making 1 BTC per 10-20 weeks, and hoping the price doesn't plummet. At which point you'll be making $5-10 per month. Because I'm planning on upgrading, it doesn't make sense to pay more than I would by placing a normal order. So, my offer stands for now if you should reconsider.

Who isn't upgrading?  It'll be silly not to.  Doesn't change the fact that I can generate bitcoins for less than $4 of electricity, so at these prices, I'm still making bucks while using em.  that'll probably stay true for the next few months until it's time to ship em in.

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February 13, 2013, 01:25:05 AM
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I think I'd be willing to sell 3 for $2,500 (in BTC only of course).

With BFLs release of ASIC soon, there's no way to recuperate any amount spent above the trade in value. It wouldn't make sense to pay more than trade in value at this point. I appreciate the offer, but I'm going to have to decline.

Not a problem, I'll keep making about a bitcoin a week (or $25/week), or about $100 a month for the next couple of months.... almost sounds like the premium I'm including in my offer price, which I believe to be fair, but certainly not a guaranteed win/lose for either party.

Good luck mining!  Play some Seals while we wait for ASICs to ship Smiley

Yeah, almost. Except when difficulty sky rockets and you're making 1 BTC per 10-20 weeks, and hoping the price doesn't plummet. At which point you'll be making $5-10 per month. Because I'm planning on upgrading, it doesn't make sense to pay more than I would by placing a normal order. So, my offer stands for now if you should reconsider.

Who isn't upgrading?  It'll be silly not to.  Doesn't change the fact that I can generate bitcoins for less than $4 of electricity, so at these prices, I'm still making bucks while using em.  that'll probably stay true for the next few months until it's time to ship em in.

Well yes, I'd agree with you on the upgrading aspect, its absolutely necessary to stay in the game, however, there are quite a few people looking to get out of the bitcoin game, or imagine someone with 4 units selling off a FPGA or two to upgrade the remaining units. I'm looking for those who won't upgrade or could use the extra cash.
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February 17, 2013, 02:42:19 AM
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Bump - still lookin
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February 17, 2013, 01:01:01 PM
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February 27, 2013, 01:08:58 AM
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Got my units from kibblesnbits, and they're hashing away. Used Graet as escrow, and had no issues at all! Excellent transaction, thanks!
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February 27, 2013, 01:17:02 AM
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Lucky!  Good luck Mining!
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February 28, 2013, 02:04:04 AM
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It took a whole to get several units, but I'm glad I have them now. Everyday BFL delays, they make a bit of money, and they still have their trade in value attached to them. Soon, however, they'll be pretty worthless as miners, but that may be a few more weeks yet.
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March 05, 2013, 02:53:11 AM
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Just got some more funds in, and I'm looking for 1 more FPGA. Let me know if you've got one running without HW issues at a decent firmware speed. Will pay BTC through escrow.
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March 07, 2013, 11:41:48 AM
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Still looking!
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March 10, 2013, 03:58:15 PM
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Another bump! Still looking for my next unit!
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March 12, 2013, 04:59:26 AM
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Another bump! Still looking for my next unit!

Well looks like you would have made out buying them for $900 a month ago, hehe. 

Given ASIC release seems to be getting closer, I may lower my price to $850... just looking for one?

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