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June 19, 2016, 08:23:51 PM
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Hi all,
has anybody the 14nm-miner from Lketc in hand and can report how they are doing?
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June 20, 2016, 06:57:18 PM
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I am going to go ahead and say the unit does not exist.

Bitfury is dead

Bitmain is currently the only ASIC company

Avalon got bought out so there is potential there.


If it ain't Bitmain, or someone that has taken chips and created their own little USB's and has the community proving they work I wouldn't buy it, odds are, it's a scam.


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June 20, 2016, 08:46:34 PM
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Actually, the guys from Bitbank say that they have it and also showed some pictures when I met one of them. However, can't find them online... They claim that they made a burn-in and they were responsible for the recent spice in the hash-rate. So if they are bullshitting, then Bitbank may be a fraud, too.... which I, frankly, do not exclude atmb.
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June 20, 2016, 08:54:00 PM
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Hi all,
has anybody the 14nm-miner from Lketc in hand and can report how they are doing?

To the extent it's useful, there was guy that reported, with a picture, that he had some LKtex 14nm parts. This was in thread:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1487358.0

Take that for what it's worth in terms of actual availability, and actual progress on a miner that's using those chips. Right now, Bitmain is the dominant player in the 14/16 nm space for actual miners that run, and are for sale to normal humans. Their pricing seems reflect that situation (IMHO).
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June 21, 2016, 10:52:01 AM
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Even if lketc has these 14nm miners (even chips), it's useless for us because we can't buy it. Bitfury has stopped working on it's 14nm most likely, and Avalon will possibly keep working, although at this point they should start at least researching the next generation chips; it's all they can really do now. No other company owns 14nm ASICS for bitcoin for now, and at least for a short time, Bitmain is the only provider of current generation chips and miners.

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June 21, 2016, 05:02:57 PM
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Actually, the guys from Bitbank say that they have it and also showed some pictures when I met one of them. However, can't find them online... They claim that they made a burn-in and they were responsible for the recent spice in the hash-rate. So if they are bullshitting, then Bitbank may be a fraud, too.... which I, frankly, do not exclude atmb.

They probably lied to you.

As far as I am concerned Bitmain is the ONLY Asic chip manufacture ATM.
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June 21, 2016, 05:58:22 PM
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Actually, the guys from Bitbank say that they have it and also showed some pictures when I met one of them. However, can't find them online... They claim that they made a burn-in and they were responsible for the recent spice in the hash-rate. So if they are bullshitting, then Bitbank may be a fraud, too.... which I, frankly, do not exclude atmb.

They probably lied to you.

As far as I am concerned Bitmain is the ONLY Asic chip manufacture ATM.

As far as you are concerned, maybe. But as far as reality and every other people are concerned, it is not at all. If anything Bitmain seem more stingy about selling their chips than said others.
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