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Author Topic: Swedish ASIC miner company kncminer.com  (Read 3011154 times)
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October 02, 2013, 08:56:04 PM
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What a couple of days.

Silk Road is busted, and BTC, after the knee-jerk that always attends any speculative prices on surprise announcements, takes 80% it back and volatility returns almost to normal.

KnC goes a long way to removing "bitcoin ASIC vendor" from the lexicon of synonyms for "con men."

Now if BFL actually ships their chips on or around their promised 100-day points, there might just be some order, good will, and community attitude return to this feckin' business.

Avalon... well, my attitude is, "that was ugly and tragic, but they won't exist going forward, so why should I care?"

Time to do a little real world work.



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I got shipping notification of my chips today. They're enroute.

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October 02, 2013, 08:58:36 PM
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In any case, Sam is on his way to the datacentre now, alas I'm not, as the van he took had space for two, and he prioritised the software engineers, now some of you may argue that was a logical choice, but at least I've now had a shower. Wink

My guess is, your need for a shower was the underlying reason  Cheesy
I'm surprised the assembly facility doesn't have showers.  I was in an IBM facility outside Tucson AZ one time, and they had better stuff than most spas.  Of course, they had clean rooms there.
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October 02, 2013, 08:58:48 PM
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What a couple of days.

Silk Road is busted, and BTC, after the knee-jerk that always attends any speculative prices on surprise announcements, takes 80% it back and volatility returns almost to normal.

KnC goes a long way to removing "bitcoin ASIC vendor" from the lexicon of synonyms for "con men."

Now if BFL actually ships their chips on or around their promised 100-day points, there might just be some order, good will, and community attitude return to this feckin' business.

Avalon... well, my attitude is, "that was ugly and tragic, but they won't exist going forward, so why should I care?"

Time to do a little real world work.



BFL actually shipped my chips on the 99th day after I paid for them and I received them on day 100.
How bizzare, that's mighty unusual for them. Did you have to pay the remaining 50% before ship or COD?
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October 02, 2013, 09:11:53 PM
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Anyone have a idea on how many the are shipping per day?
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October 02, 2013, 09:14:21 PM
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Anyone have a idea on how many the are shipping per day?

Today? around one pallet. Else they would have mention they shipped more. (Wild guess ofcause)

Psst.. Got Ether?
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October 02, 2013, 09:18:22 PM
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Anyone have a idea on how many the are shipping per day?
Sounds like tomorrow will be the first "full" production day so at best we will have a better idea after tomorrow.  If they went through the queue as promised I think the earliest queue position that posted here that didn't get a tracking number was 4*, meaning they shipped (or gave notification of shipping) to <50 orders.  I assume tomorrow with a full day ahead and a partial day under their belt to fix some kinks they will likely finish Day 1 orders.
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October 02, 2013, 09:19:29 PM
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It's 17:15 and all's well in the financial markets.  The currencies took no notice of the SR/BTC thing.

Here's how zerohedge, a financial market contrarian news/opinion site written by, and largely for, financial market insiders, reported the thing.  As usual, they are forecasting the End of Bitcoin.  They may know how to play the Treasury yield curve spreads for the government shutdown, but bitcoin?  They don't have a clue.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-10-02/bitcoin-plunges-following-us-government-seizure-silk-road-website
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October 02, 2013, 09:20:27 PM
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In any case, Sam is on his way to the datacentre now, alas I'm not, as the van he took had space for two, and he prioritised the software engineers, now some of you may argue that was a logical choice, but at least I've now had a shower. Wink

My guess is, your need for a shower was the underlying reason  Cheesy

LOL.  Yes, I bet they could have squeezed in three, but Sam thought the better of it Smiley
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October 02, 2013, 09:20:36 PM
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Anyone have a idea on how many the are shipping per day?

Today? around one pallet. Else they would have mention they shipped more. (Wild guess ofcause)

one pallet? so ~20-30 miners? I expected hundreds per day...well, maybe tomorrow they will start in hundreds.) I wish.
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October 02, 2013, 09:22:16 PM
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Let's get Hashing for Halloween!

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October 02, 2013, 09:25:46 PM
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It's 17:15 and all's well in the financial markets.  The currencies took no notice of the SR/BTC thing.

Here's how zerohedge, a financial market contrarian news/opinion site written by, and largely for, financial market insiders, reported the thing.  As usual, they are forecasting the End of Bitcoin.  They may know how to play the Treasury yield curve spreads for the government shutdown, but bitcoin?  They don't have a clue.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-10-02/bitcoin-plunges-following-us-government-seizure-silk-road-website

As always, the interplay between the various ZH commenters is, as usual, much more fascinating than the article itself.  But there are pictures in the article of "Josh", and you can follow some comment links to some porn pictures somebody posted of one of the resident CIA trolls that posts there.  ZH is always fascinating...
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October 02, 2013, 09:29:35 PM
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In any case, Sam is on his way to the datacentre now, alas I'm not, as the van he took had space for two, and he prioritised the software engineers, now some of you may argue that was a logical choice, but at least I've now had a shower. Wink

My guess is, your need for a shower was the underlying reason  Cheesy
I'm surprised the assembly facility doesn't have showers.  I was in an IBM facility outside Tucson AZ one time, and they had better stuff than most spas.  Of course, they had clean rooms there.

It's got a couple of large boats. They are in the video. Unusual I thought. It's hardly IBM I think Smiley
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October 02, 2013, 09:33:04 PM
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It's 17:15 and all's well in the financial markets.  The currencies took no notice of the SR/BTC thing.

Here's how zerohedge, a financial market contrarian news/opinion site written by, and largely for, financial market insiders, reported the thing.  As usual, they are forecasting the End of Bitcoin.  They may know how to play the Treasury yield curve spreads for the government shutdown, but bitcoin?  They don't have a clue.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-10-02/bitcoin-plunges-following-us-government-seizure-silk-road-website

As always, the interplay between the various ZH commenters is, as usual, much more fascinating than the article itself.  But there are pictures in the article of "Josh", and you can follow some comment links to some porn pictures somebody posted of one of the resident CIA trolls that posts there.  ZH is always fascinating...
I rarely ever read ZH comments.  They usually threaten to make my head explode, and make the "BFL fucks us over" thread read like a campfire cum-by-yah.   Wink
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October 02, 2013, 09:36:07 PM
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It's 17:15 and all's well in the financial markets.  The currencies took no notice of the SR/BTC thing.

Here's how zerohedge, a financial market contrarian news/opinion site written by, and largely for, financial market insiders, reported the thing.  As usual, they are forecasting the End of Bitcoin.  They may know how to play the Treasury yield curve spreads for the government shutdown, but bitcoin?  They don't have a clue.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-10-02/bitcoin-plunges-following-us-government-seizure-silk-road-website

As always, the interplay between the various ZH commenters is, as usual, much more fascinating than the article itself.  But there are pictures in the article of "Josh", and you can follow some comment links to some porn pictures somebody posted of one of the resident CIA trolls that posts there.  ZH is always fascinating...
I rarely ever read ZH comments.  They usually threaten to make my head explode, and make the "BFL fucks us over" thread read like a campfire cum-by-yah.   Wink

its Kum, not cum. hahahaha awesome
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October 02, 2013, 09:37:25 PM
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In any case, Sam is on his way to the datacentre now, alas I'm not, as the van he took had space for two, and he prioritised the software engineers, now some of you may argue that was a logical choice, but at least I've now had a shower. Wink

My guess is, your need for a shower was the underlying reason  Cheesy
I'm surprised the assembly facility doesn't have showers.  I was in an IBM facility outside Tucson AZ one time, and they had better stuff than most spas.  Of course, they had clean rooms there.

It's got a couple of large boats. They are in the video. Unusual I thought. It's hardly IBM I think Smiley
What?  The Rita Ranch IBM facility?  AFAIK, it's still - or was until recently - an important IBM storage media facility.  Admittedly, haven't had any reason to know one way or other for a few - no, some - years.

Now my curiosity is up.  I'll have to look.

EDIT:  Never mind.  I thought you were talking about the IBM facility.  "Boats" in Tucson.  That I had to see  Wink

Sorry about that. 
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October 02, 2013, 09:37:35 PM
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Anyone have a idea on how many the are shipping per day?

Today? around one pallet. Else they would have mention they shipped more. (Wild guess ofcause)

one pallet? so ~20-30 miners? I expected hundreds per day...well, maybe tomorrow they will start in hundreds.) I wish.

One pallet judging from the photos contains 12 miners.
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October 02, 2013, 09:39:58 PM
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Anyone have a idea on how many the are shipping per day?

In the shipping vid you can see several palettes in the background waiting to ship.

so i guess at least those palettes got shipped today.
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October 02, 2013, 09:42:14 PM
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It's 17:15 and all's well in the financial markets.  The currencies took no notice of the SR/BTC thing.

Here's how zerohedge, a financial market contrarian news/opinion site written by, and largely for, financial market insiders, reported the thing.  As usual, they are forecasting the End of Bitcoin.  They may know how to play the Treasury yield curve spreads for the government shutdown, but bitcoin?  They don't have a clue.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-10-02/bitcoin-plunges-following-us-government-seizure-silk-road-website

not so smart views by "tyler durden"
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October 02, 2013, 09:47:46 PM
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I keep checking Cloudhashings stats at BTC Guild to see if their speed jumps.
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October 02, 2013, 09:51:01 PM
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Will cloudhashing be getting priority with their units since they're probably the largest KnC customer?
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