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October 01, 2013, 08:36:33 PM
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At this point I think it is safe to say that KNC is simply splitting the orders up into to groups randomly, and pumping them out regardless pay cycle seeing as they expect to knock out the entire batch within the week. I don't see a problem with this although its kinda wonky that one of my day 2 orders shows "In Progress" ahead of my Day 1 Order  Huh
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October 01, 2013, 08:36:53 PM
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Must be 1-500 customer for status change I thing.

^^ This

I think that your order status will be "In progress" only if you belong to custormer group 1-500

I am in 1-500 Customer group (day 1) and it does not say in progress.  Guess again.

Hosted @KnC pool?

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October 01, 2013, 08:37:55 PM
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Has any customer's unit seen hashing yet? Link?
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October 01, 2013, 08:38:59 PM
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Has any customer's unit seen hashing yet? Link?

What, yours isn't hashing yet?

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October 01, 2013, 08:40:39 PM
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I'm feeling left out. All 2nd day delivery, hosted, no "in progress"

Order 294 paid June 3 with shipping
Order 865 paid June 4, hosted
Order 866 paid June 4, hosted
Order 4903   paid July 31, hosted (Oct. delivery)

A customer rep called and cancelled order 294 to refund my shipping, then re-issued my order which now shows:

Order 7313 paid September 19, hosted.  Undecided

fingers crossed.
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October 01, 2013, 08:40:50 PM
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Must be 1-500 customer for status change I thing.

^^ This

I think that your order status will be "In progress" only if you belong to custormer group 1-500

I am in 1-500 Customer group (day 1) and it does not say in progress.  Guess again.

Hosted @KnC pool?

It was set to host @ KNC pool but I just switched it to eligius. (within last 20 min)

Worried that the pool isn't ready yet as we've not seen any info posted.
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October 01, 2013, 08:44:00 PM
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At this point I think it is safe to say that KNC is simply splitting the orders up into to groups randomly, and pumping them out regardless pay cycle seeing as they expect to knock out the entire batch within the week. I don't see a problem with this although its kinda wonky that one of my day 2 orders shows "In Progress" ahead of my Day 1 Order  Huh

i wouldnt worry much, its probably just someone slowely chugging away changing order statuses. I still think they are going in order, just cant portray it properly by order status. i hope that makes sense, im tired...
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October 01, 2013, 08:44:42 PM
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Must be 1-500 customer for status change I thing.

^^ This

I think that your order status will be "In progress" only if you belong to custormer group 1-500

I am in 1-500 Customer group (day 1) and it does not say in progress.  Guess again.

Hosted @KnC pool?

It was set to host @ KNC pool but I just switched it to eligius. (within last 20 min)

Worried that the pool isn't ready yet as we've not seen any info posted.

But you did pay for Knc hosting right?

my theory is:

1-500 customer delivered first, if one of those opted for knc pool it will room for one other cstomer that does not belong to 1-500. but it's only a wild guess. probably there's also to take into account payment date...

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October 01, 2013, 08:55:37 PM
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I'm feeling left out. All 2nd day delivery, hosted, no "in progress"

Order 294 paid June 3 with shipping
Order 865 paid June 4, hosted
Order 866 paid June 4, hosted
Order 4903   paid July 31, hosted (Oct. delivery)

A customer rep called and cancelled order 294 to refund my shipping, then re-issued my order which now shows:

Order 7313 paid September 19, hosted.  Undecided

fingers crossed.
I need a sanity check here.  If we assume that those order numbers are sequential, and assume that they're not all single Jupiters (some multiple, some Saturn, etc.) which leads to the assumption that each order number entails on the order of 0.5 TH, then ... doesn't that mean around 3.6 PetaH?

There can't be 7 thousand orders, right?
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October 01, 2013, 08:57:52 PM
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75% of those order numbers are fake, cancelled or not paid. Anyone could create a new ordernr on KNC without actually going through with the order.

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October 01, 2013, 09:01:45 PM
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I am a customer group 1-500, day 1 customer with hosting and nothing shows up......

Frustrating as it looks like some day 2 people are getting "in progress" status.

Could it be they are not ready for hosting and treating their customers who paid more as second grade citizen?

The lack of communication on hosting is killing me.
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October 01, 2013, 09:02:16 PM
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I need a sanity check here.  If we assume that those order numbers are sequential, and assume that they're not all single Jupiters (some multiple, some Saturn, etc.) which leads to the assumption that each order number entails on the order of 0.5 TH, then ... doesn't that mean around 3.6 PetaH?

There can't be 7 thousand orders, right?

You shouldn't assume they are sequential, there are always holes in every web-shop order caused by many things, connections broken, canceled orders, etc.

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October 01, 2013, 09:12:18 PM
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http://mining.thegenesisblock.com/

Speed (TH/s): 1398.00 again. What do you think? Wink

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=305447.0;topicseen
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October 01, 2013, 09:15:17 PM
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How DARE KnCMiner test my hardware and make sure it's all ok before they ship it out to me. How dare they.  Roll Eyes

maybe with the testnet?  Grin
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October 01, 2013, 09:23:42 PM
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Seriously you are a member of the foundation and have no clue about normal hashrate variance??

Only thing thats "suspicous" is the drop but i guess that were the ddos attacks on guild etc.

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October 01, 2013, 09:31:09 PM
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Seriously you are a member of the foundation and have no clue about normal hashrate variance??

Only thing thats "suspicous" is the drop but i guess that were the ddos attacks on guild etc.





I dont know, its rare to see even 5% difference in hashing speed for my miners
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October 01, 2013, 09:34:59 PM
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Seriously you are a member of the foundation and have no clue about normal hashrate variance??

Only thing thats "suspicous" is the drop but i guess that were the ddos attacks on guild etc.

http://bitcoin.sipa.be/speed-small-lin-10k.png


You switched to "selective replies" only? You missed my questions.
I did? Really?  Of course, everyone here has free will, and if anything I think people's unwillingness to selectively read and reply contributes a lot to trolling around here. I certainly don't feel the need to respond point by point to every question, and none of you should either. If you feel I've missed something essential, please hit me up and PM and I'll reply more if I agree!

In any case, I don't see any evidence on testnet of KNC mining there. Bitcoinorama made a falsifiable claim which appear to me to be false. I'm just asking him to clarify here to avoid any confusion.

Cool, but what do you want to see?

The miner that they showed yesterday and various iterations that have banked an entire 1BTC earlier.

Aside from that there is the FPGA revisions that utilised testnet.

Asking Sam he said it's not a problem, when back in Stockholm it means asking one of the software engineers for access. App thousands of coins were found on testnet as the diff is so low there, rewards were easy. Customers demand real world evidence.

EDIT: idee2013 that's not KnC. No idea.
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October 01, 2013, 09:35:32 PM
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What I think is happening is people are failing to realize order production is first PAID first made- not order #.

 Well considering I paid with Bitcoin directly after placing my order, I can't see someone with 11xx order being in front of a 56x order...

Take care


Because every single person who ordered paid immediately? Doubt it. Before KnCMiner announced it was "paid orders are first" everyone just started placing orders for Saturns/Jupiters attempting to reserve their position and pay later. I did it- I know a handful of people who also did. I believe one of my first orders was 6XX but was cancelled due to non-payment. Later purchased and now im stuck at 17XX.

No, I am specifically referring to my order.   MY order is 56x and I paid AS SOON as I made the order and there is another person in here with two orders 11XX.  He said he is on day 1 and I KNOW I am on day 2 for delivery - I am not making a generalization.

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October 01, 2013, 09:39:35 PM
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Seriously you are a member of the foundation and have no clue about normal hashrate variance??

Only thing thats "suspicous" is the drop but i guess that were the ddos attacks on guild etc.





I dont know, its rare to see even 5% difference in hashing speed for my miners

We are talking here about block-finding variance, thats not even close to the hashrate variance you see with your miners.

Also it should be obvious that nothing unusual is to be seen in the chart.
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October 01, 2013, 09:43:32 PM
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Seriously you are a member of the foundation and have no clue about normal hashrate variance??

Only thing thats "suspicous" is the drop but i guess that were the ddos attacks on guild etc.

http://bitcoin.sipa.be/speed-small-lin-10k.png



I dont know, its rare to see even 5% difference in hashing speed for my miners

We are talking here about block-finding variance, thats not even close to the hashrate variance you see with your miners.

Also it should be obvious that nothing unusual is to be seen in the chart.

because we're on day2 of delivery, means they produced 50? (25Thash) so far?
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