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September 28, 2013, 10:34:15 AM
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august 26th coindesk interview excerpt.
http://www.coindesk.com/kncminer-takes-delivery-of-asic-boards/
Sam saying"
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also..
September 17th coindesk interview. Read the very last line.
http://www.coindesk.com/kncminer-offers-free-speed-increase-first-bitcoin-miner-shipments/


Per mota's clarification, "delivery" means "starting to think about shipping."  Thank you mota.
I would also like to add that the legal term "customers," in given context, refers to "guy setting up the pick & place machine in China," while "September" is the anglicized spelling of "Söptöämböär," a Swedish word with no fixed meaning, used primarily as an expletive.
Further, while there are twenty-seven Swedish words referencing March, the concept of September is notably absent in Sweden.

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September 28, 2013, 10:34:50 AM
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It would be so nice to just lock this thread until Monday... Wink

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September 28, 2013, 10:40:15 AM
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(...) while "September" is the anglicized spelling of "Söptöämböär," a Swedish word with no fixed meaning, used primarily as an expletive.
Further, while there are twenty-seven Swedish words referencing March, the concept of September is notably absent in Sweden.

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September 28, 2013, 10:40:38 AM
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@KS's post. I honestly have no idea what you are trying to say LMAO.

If you're "trolling" then congrats.

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September 28, 2013, 10:45:00 AM
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I hate to break it to you, but September delivery and Shipping in September mean basically the same thing. "Delivery" is per definition the act of transporting letters or goods to a predefined point/person - shipment is the act or an instance of shipping goods. It is NOT the same as you getting your order in September. 


I see.  So if i just had a letter delivered to me, that means someone just dropped it in the mail, and i should be expecting delivery soo.. wait.  Where do you get this ridiculous stuff?  Is this a German thing?  Sauce pl0x.

As a German, let me be a grammar nazi for once Wink
Delivery: The act of transferring to another.  The act of conveying or delivering.
Deliver someone or something to someone or something: to transfer someone or something to someone or something
Shipping: transporting cargo by any means
Delivered is past tense of the verb to deliver - It means the process of delivering is over.

Don't argue when a non native speaker knows your language better than you.  Roll Eyes


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September 28, 2013, 10:53:30 AM
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It sounds like you're talking about childbirth.

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September 28, 2013, 10:59:15 AM
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I hate to break it to you, but September delivery and Shipping in September mean basically the same thing. "Delivery" is per definition the act of transporting letters or goods to a predefined point/person - shipment is the act or an instance of shipping goods. It is NOT the same as you getting your order in September.  


I see.  So if i just had a letter delivered to me, that means someone just dropped it in the mail, and i should be expecting delivery soo.. wait.  Where do you get this ridiculous stuff?  Is this a German thing?  Sauce pl0x.

As a German, let me be a grammar nazi for once Wink
Delivery: The act of transferring to another.  The act of conveying or delivering.
Deliver someone or something to someone or something: to transfer someone or something to someone or something
Shipping: transporting cargo by any means
Delivered is past tense of the verb to deliver - It means the process of delivering is over.

Don't argue when a non native speaker knows your language better than you.  Roll Eyes

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September 28, 2013, 11:03:58 AM
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As a Russian, allow me to return the favor & tutor you in the fine art of waging war -- more precisely, on how to not start world wars and lose them.

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September 28, 2013, 11:05:54 AM
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The point has been reached:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Godwin's_law

"How are you justifying these as fair use?  They are clearly and unequivocally a copyright violation."
"I really want to know how you justify that under the fair use doctrine?  It does not conform to a single point of fair use."
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September 28, 2013, 11:07:48 AM
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Naa crumbs! that was way too easy, you can do better
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September 28, 2013, 11:16:42 AM
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Naa crumbs! that was way too easy, you can do better

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September 28, 2013, 12:08:16 PM
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What I'm worrying about is the following scenario:

Chips all packaged and arrived by a courier taking direct flight from TaiWan to Sweden, and sent to the factory, ready to be mounted on the board. At mean time, the first prototype is assembled in china

When they fired it up, they get something like.... no device found/communication failure/error reading bus xxx...

From this point forward, a lengthy process of debugging and integration started...  Grin

At least this is what happened with BFL (two times)




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September 28, 2013, 12:12:25 PM
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august 26th coindesk interview excerpt.
http://www.coindesk.com/kncminer-takes-delivery-of-asic-boards/
Sam saying"
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also..
September 17th coindesk interview. Read the very last line.
http://www.coindesk.com/kncminer-offers-free-speed-increase-first-bitcoin-miner-shipments/


yes, this is what I'm trying to say current fanclub members for last 2 weeks. September delivery is now impossible..
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September 28, 2013, 12:15:53 PM
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When they fired it up, they get something like.... no device found/communication failure/error reading bus xxx...

yes, but KNC promised everybody full refund until shipping date. of course, that this should happen, but vendor must be ready to compensate, because it is his fault (discount voucher, partly refund, etc).
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September 28, 2013, 12:26:16 PM
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Just when hosting option starts looking like a better option..  here's a new fear to throw into the mix.

I for one think that the hosting option will be more of a delay then the delivery side of things.

I only think this because of the photos they published building their data center. (i'm a sparky and cable guy by trade)

in the photos they were constructing the cabinets that hold the miners, but I couldn't see any cabling yet.. it looks to neat for the cabling to have started.

how many units are they hosting..? 

1. they will need 240v cabling for all the miners, earthing on all cabinets, etc.. (this sort of thing cannot be rushed)
2. they will need network cable to all the miners, switches and routers configured, etc..
note: the above wiring needs to be tested and inspected for safety before it can actually be used.

the people who are using the hosting option how are you going to confirm you miner is hashing,  It could be a while before they actually have remote or online viewing for your miners.


One or more of the hosting center buildout pictures clearly show what appears to be A/C drops and power strips mounted on the enclosures. It looks to me like they had the electricians finish before they started building the enclosures. It is a raised floor data center and the A/C drops were left under the floor to facilitate ease of enclosure instalation.
Trivia: the suction cup floor tile pullers are often colorfully refered to as deck-sucker's.

Another of the pics clearly shows Cisco equipment (router and switches) already powered up and being configured and tested.

They could WORST CASE use pre terminated ethernet cables and get miners online as fast as people can carry them into the data center.

There ARE things worthy of concern without this particular non-issue in the mix.


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September 28, 2013, 12:29:12 PM
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 Change begins at board!! or some sort of ikea joke about swedish kncminer company that would make you blow air out of your nose while typing lol

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September 28, 2013, 01:01:06 PM
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I hate to break it to you, but September delivery and Shipping in September mean basically the same thing. "Delivery" is per definition the act of transporting letters or goods to a predefined point/person - shipment is the act or an instance of shipping goods. It is NOT the same as you getting your order in September.  


I see.  So if i just had a letter delivered to me, that means someone just dropped it in the mail, and i should be expecting delivery soo.. wait.  Where do you get this ridiculous stuff?  Is this a German thing?  Sauce pl0x.

As a German, let me be a grammar nazi for once Wink
Delivery: The act of transferring to another.  The act of conveying or delivering.
Deliver someone or something to someone or something: to transfer someone or something to someone or something
Shipping: transporting cargo by any means
Delivered is past tense of the verb to deliver - It means the process of delivering is over.

Don't argue when a non native speaker knows your language better than you.  Roll Eyes



As a stupid american consumer - delivery means on the damn truck that is on my way to my house.

As per UPS: http://www.ups.com/content/us/en/tracking/tracking/description.html

"In transit":  Your shipment is moving within the UPS network and should be delivered on the scheduled delivery date.
"Out for delivery": The shipment has reached the local UPS facility responsible for delivery and has been dispatched to a UPS driver.


Also "package delivery date" means when a package delivered not shipped.
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September 28, 2013, 01:29:42 PM
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Noticed how BFL have suddenly picked up shipments the last couple of weeks, they have been shipping about 2 weeks worth of 50-60GH/s Single SC orders each day. That's a lot of GH/s they had thousands of those on pre-order. That will be a big part of the net hash increase we had this month, add KNCminer to that and omg.



yeah, I have also been curious of this new revelation as well. I think it confirms what I originally thought, that BFL has been withholding machines purposely to influence difficulty increase. now that the new kid on the block is getting close two competing, now they open the floodgates and let everybody have their 1 year late order in attempts 2 spike the difficulty and scare investors away from the competition. Is actually a pretty smart move business wise
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September 28, 2013, 01:31:52 PM
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As a stupid american consumer - delivery means on the damn truck that is on my way to my house.

As per UPS: http://www.ups.com/content/us/en/tracking/tracking/description.html

"In transit":  Your shipment is moving within the UPS network and should be delivered on the scheduled delivery date.
"Out for delivery": The shipment has reached the local UPS facility responsible for delivery and has been dispatched to a UPS driver.


Also "package delivery date" means when a package delivered not shipped.

Agreed. 'Delivery' does not mean 'I just generated a shipping label, yay!'

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September 28, 2013, 01:39:59 PM
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c'mon...wasn't it somehow predictable that a Swedish manufacturer will be shipping late if selling full assembled devices ?




maybe there's just more work to be done than thought




and there's even the risk involved, that things do not work out as expected




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