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October 21, 2016, 12:47:45 AM
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I've got Gridseeds from Feb 2014, well used. Can mine btc or ltc, although probably neither profitably. They make a great conversation piece and very successful paper weights. They're back in the original packaging, and they look just like these ones:



If you live in Sydney (Australia) and can come and collect them, they're yours! Just 0.01 btc. If you don't have that, just bring a hot coffee with you (flat white, double shot). Message me if you want them.

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October 21, 2016, 04:30:24 AM
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to bad you dont ship to the us lol i would so get these i love the 2 gridseeds i have... i used to have 4 but 2 of them died

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October 21, 2016, 05:34:18 AM
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to bad you dont ship to the us lol i would so get these i love the 2 gridseeds i have... i used to have 4 but 2 of them died

I *could* ship to you  but a) the cost would be exorbitant and b) how are you going to get a fresh coffee to me? Cheesy

I enjoyed having the gridseeds too - they didn't need any attention, all were still working when I took them offline.

It was nice swapping between btc and ltc mining for a while there.



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October 23, 2016, 04:03:20 AM
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to bad you dont ship to the us lol i would so get these i love the 2 gridseeds i have... i used to have 4 but 2 of them died

I *could* ship to you  but a) the cost would be exorbitant and b) how are you going to get a fresh coffee to me? Cheesy

I enjoyed having the gridseeds too - they didn't need any attention, all were still working when I took them offline.

It was nice swapping between btc and ltc mining for a while there.




Damn Only if you lived in Brisbane I'd bring around a freshly ground Coffee over of your choice, none of that 7-eleven or McCafe crap either Cheesy

These things interest me since they are Dinosaurs (Old Tech) I have a collection of old ASIC hardware for both algorithms collecting dust that are used on rare occasions.... Hardware Horder much Grin

Also Is the Controller the only thing that comes with the Gridseeds or is there PowerBricks included when you say "Gridseeds" ?

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October 23, 2016, 07:12:59 AM
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I've got Gridseeds from Feb 2014, well used. Can mine btc or ltc, although probably neither profitably. They make a great conversation piece and very successful paper weights. They're back in the original packaging, and they look just like these ones:



If you live in Sydney (Australia) and can come and collect them, they're yours! Just 0.01 btc. If you don't have that, just bring a hot coffee with you (flat white, double shot). Message me if you want them.


i just bought a coffe machine from a restaurant i would bring you coffe every day if you lived in sweden.

pm me if you can post them, might want them all,i can even make a deal whit you if you want better price, i got free energi Wink

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October 24, 2016, 01:04:50 AM
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I've got Gridseeds from Feb 2014, well used. Can mine btc or ltc, although probably neither profitably. They make a great conversation piece and very successful paper weights. They're back in the original packaging, and they look just like these ones:

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If you live in Sydney (Australia) and can come and collect them, they're yours! Just 0.01 btc. If you don't have that, just bring a hot coffee with you (flat white, double shot). Message me if you want them.


i just bought a coffe machine from a restaurant i would bring you coffe every day if you lived in sweden.

pm me if you can post them, might want them all,i can even make a deal whit you if you want better price, i got free energi Wink

I can post them to you if you can pay for postage and you'll just have to owe me that coffee. If you like you could pay for me to accompany the parcel to you and I could get the coffee that way? Smiley

But I think from here to there would be very expensive for those heavy little gridseed buggers. On the upside, I still have the original carton and original packaging, so there's that.




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October 24, 2016, 01:08:01 AM
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Ah I'd consider driving inter-state to bring you a coffee in order to pick them up if it didn't cost me 10x as much in petrol costs haha. Good luck with sales mate, good to see some Aussies around here  Smiley
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October 24, 2016, 01:08:23 AM
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to bad you dont ship to the us lol i would so get these i love the 2 gridseeds i have... i used to have 4 but 2 of them died

I *could* ship to you  but a) the cost would be exorbitant and b) how are you going to get a fresh coffee to me? Cheesy

I enjoyed having the gridseeds too - they didn't need any attention, all were still working when I took them offline.

It was nice swapping between btc and ltc mining for a while there.




Damn Only if you lived in Brisbane I'd bring around a freshly ground Coffee over of your choice, none of that 7-eleven or McCafe crap either Cheesy
If only you'd messaged me on Friday I could have given them to my Aunt to take up to you!

These things interest me since they are Dinosaurs (Old Tech) I have a collection of old ASIC hardware for both algorithms collecting dust that are used on rare occasions.... Hardware Horder much Grin

Also Is the Controller the only thing that comes with the Gridseeds or is there PowerBricks included when you say "Gridseeds" ?

There's everything you need - everything I used, anyway (except for the power boards). I had ten running from one residential power point



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October 24, 2016, 01:10:13 AM
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Ah I'd consider driving inter-state to bring you a coffee in order to pick them up if it didn't cost me 10x as much in petrol costs haha. Good luck with sales mate, good to see some Aussies around here  Smiley

The way this "sale" is going, they'll probably still be in my storage box next time you happen to drive through Sydney Smiley

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October 24, 2016, 03:41:07 AM
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Ah I'd consider driving inter-state to bring you a coffee in order to pick them up if it didn't cost me 10x as much in petrol costs haha. Good luck with sales mate, good to see some Aussies around here  Smiley

The way this "sale" is going, they'll probably still be in my storage box next time you happen to drive through Sydney Smiley

I'll make sure to keep an eye on this thread next time I am then haha. Would you send them domestically?
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October 24, 2016, 05:17:57 AM
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Ah I'd consider driving inter-state to bring you a coffee in order to pick them up if it didn't cost me 10x as much in petrol costs haha. Good luck with sales mate, good to see some Aussies around here  Smiley

The way this "sale" is going, they'll probably still be in my storage box next time you happen to drive through Sydney Smiley

I'll make sure to keep an eye on this thread next time I am then haha. Would you send them domestically?

Sure, but you'll have to pay for it yourself.

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October 24, 2016, 05:41:28 AM
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that is price for all or each? can you send to sweden?. regards

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October 24, 2016, 11:10:24 AM
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that is price for all or each? can you send to sweden?. regards

Price for all. You pay the shipping cost to Sweden yourself - a quick check on the fedex website shows the shipping cost to be AUD 400 to 500 (kr 2700 to 3400)

Still interested?

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