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Author Topic: Bitmain's Released Antminer S9, World's First 16nm Miner Ready to Order  (Read 411458 times)
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Today at 01:45:32 AM
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Hi guys,

Has anyone ordered Antminers from  European re-sellers? I am planning to start my mining endeavour this month.
Like this:
https://www.antminereurope.com/antminer-s9/

They have ~20% higher price, but if you count the EU customs taxes and problems (when ordering directly from China) it could compensate.

I am afraid, such re-sellers might be a scam though.

Another question, is anyone mining other sha-256 coins with antminers, is it currently worth?
Other coins are sometimes more profitable but they aren't most of the time, and it's better to just mine BTC straight up most of the time. Some people also switch to BCH during EDA for extra profit. I haven't heard of the store you mentioned yourself, you'd have to find someone else who can verify it's legit.














 

 

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Today at 07:37:04 AM
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Hi all!

Bitmain's support is keeping silence for several days, and for some reason I can't create new topics at enforum.bitmain.com, but I need an answer urgently.

Can I pay the total amount for my order from two different bitcoin wallets? Part from one wallet, rest from other? Will my order be valid?

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Today at 10:02:37 AM
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Hi all!

Bitmain's support is keeping silence for several days, and for some reason I can't create new topics at enforum.bitmain.com, but I need an answer urgently.

Can I pay the total amount for my order from two different bitcoin wallets? Part from one wallet, rest from other? Will my order be valid?

I think is the same if you send the money from wallet A to wallet B and then send to BM, but you need more time for it Sad

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Today at 11:27:28 AM
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Hi all!

Bitmain's support is keeping silence for several days, and for some reason I can't create new topics at enforum.bitmain.com, but I need an answer urgently.

Can I pay the total amount for my order from two different bitcoin wallets? Part from one wallet, rest from other? Will my order be valid?
Yes you can pay from two or more addresses, as long as the total is correct it's not a problem.

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Today at 01:08:58 PM
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Yes you can pay from two or more addresses, as long as the total is correct it's not a problem.
How do you know this? Have you such an experience?

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