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November 08, 2013, 03:48:41 PM
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Ever since the last diff change, block creation has actually been below target.  I can't remember the last time I saw that...

I know MBP is shipping some Bitfury hashpower, but it seems no one else is shipping much.  Maybe we will actually get a much smaller diff increase on the next readjustment.  That would be a nice change for once in a long while.

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November 08, 2013, 03:57:45 PM
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Ever since the last diff change, block creation has actually been below target.  I can't remember the last time I saw that...

I know MBP is shipping some Bitfury hashpower, but it seems no one else is shipping much.  Maybe we will actually get a much smaller diff increase on the next readjustment.  That would be a nice change for once in a long while.

Yup. So much money is tied up in delayed preorders. Maybe we'll be lucky and Novement will only be +100% difficulty over October.

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November 08, 2013, 04:04:26 PM
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Any opinion on November jupiter with 10% discount when buying with btc?
Should I go or should I pass Smiley
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November 08, 2013, 04:05:58 PM
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... and with Christmas just around the corner, I'm hoping people will be too busy being Jolly rather than shipping new units. Of course if you've ordered a unit for shipping in December, I hope you get your unit(s), but... you know Wink

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November 08, 2013, 04:06:54 PM
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Any opinion on November jupiter with 10% discount when buying with btc?
Should I go or should I pass Smiley

IMO, you're call Wink - I don't know when they plan on delivering these November units?

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November 08, 2013, 04:08:59 PM
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With the out of control prices for BTC lately, it seems like Jupiters are actually a decent price if u have BTC to spend.   $5k (then -10% for BTC discount) so the cost is around 13-15 BTC depending on exchange rate.   Do you think a Jupiter will mine more than 15 coins???    I would think so, especially with the Hashfast delays, cointerra delays, Alydian going under, no Gen2 Avalon, and who cares about BFL.

Some say the price is too high,  it doesn't appear to be high when you lay the facts out.
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November 08, 2013, 04:14:35 PM
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With the out of control prices for BTC lately, it seems like Jupiters are actually a decent price if u have BTC to spend.   $5k (then -10% for BTC discount) so the cost is around 13-15 BTC depending on exchange rate.   Do you think a Jupiter will mine more than 15 coins???    I would think so, especially with the Hashfast delays, cointerra delays, Alydian going under, no Gen2 Avalon, and who cares about BFL.

Some say the price is too high,  it doesn't appear to be high when you lay the facts out.

I agree, but I need to pay 25% vat on top. Still is good price though.
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November 08, 2013, 04:19:46 PM
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With the out of control prices for BTC lately, it seems like Jupiters are actually a decent price if u have BTC to spend.   $5k (then -10% for BTC discount) so the cost is around 13-15 BTC depending on exchange rate.   Do you think a Jupiter will mine more than 15 coins???    I would think so, especially with the Hashfast delays, cointerra delays, Alydian going under, no Gen2 Avalon, and who cares about BFL.

Some say the price is too high,  it doesn't appear to be high when you lay the facts out.

I agree, but I need to pay 25% vat on top. Still is good price though.

I assume if u do hosting, you wouldn't need to pay vat?   Remove VAT and power supply and the extra security of knowing if a board dies they replace it within a day, makes hosting an ok choice too.   I was waiting to see if they release a Hosted Jupiter(S) which would have 6 boards and run at 750 Ghs.

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November 08, 2013, 04:26:17 PM
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With the out of control prices for BTC lately, it seems like Jupiters are actually a decent price if u have BTC to spend.   $5k (then -10% for BTC discount) so the cost is around 13-15 BTC depending on exchange rate.   Do you think a Jupiter will mine more than 15 coins???    I would think so, especially with the Hashfast delays, cointerra delays, Alydian going under, no Gen2 Avalon, and who cares about BFL.

Some say the price is too high,  it doesn't appear to be high when you lay the facts out.

I agree, but I need to pay 25% vat on top. Still is good price though.

I assume if u do hosting, you wouldn't need to pay vat?   Remove VAT and power supply and the extra security of knowing if a board dies they replace it within a day, makes hosting an ok choice too.   I was waiting to see if they release a Hosted Jupiter(S) which would have 6 boards and run at 750 Ghs.


I think it does not matter, its a term of sale and you having hosting or not as end consumer need to pay VAT. Only business does not need to pay it, they will when it enter thier country but they can deduct it as tax return as business asset.
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November 08, 2013, 04:31:14 PM
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finally the increase seems to flatten Smiley
Weird, because with this high BTC value I can image some are even turning on gpus for BTC again..

http://bitcoin.sipa.be/speed-small-lin-2k.png
http://bitcoindifficulty.com/

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November 08, 2013, 04:37:09 PM
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finally the increase seems to flatten Smiley
Weird, because with this high BTC value I can image some are even turning on gpus for BTC again..

http://bitcoin.sipa.be/speed-small-lin-2k.png
http://bitcoindifficulty.com/

Takes over 1,250 GPUs at 400MH/GPU to equal 1 Jupiter. I doubt GPUs will be any profounding impact.
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November 08, 2013, 04:44:25 PM
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I've seen a few mentions here about a "10% discount" on BTC payments. Where does that appear on the KNC website?

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November 08, 2013, 04:46:55 PM
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Discount appears on checkout when you choose the payment method.

edit:
not longer mentioned on one of those banners ?
https://www.kncminer.com/pictures/carousel/5437.png

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finally the increase seems to flatten Smiley
Weird, because with this high BTC value I can image some are even turning on gpus for BTC again..

http://bitcoin.sipa.be/speed-small-lin-2k.png
http://bitcoindifficulty.com/

Takes over 1,250 GPUs at 400MH/GPU to equal 1 Jupiter. I doubt GPUs will be any profounding impact.

if electriciy is for free a 7970 will produce $0.24 a day right now, if you bet BTC value increases you might turn on again
and those usbminers consume 2,5W at 333MH/s

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it's like ants - a single one is a joke, but when they reach up to 2-3m² you're in trouble
little exaggerated, I know, just want to point out that flattening/decrease is a little weird under current conditions - but for sure I have no fear of gpus with a Jupiter Smiley

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November 08, 2013, 04:50:39 PM
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finally the increase seems to flatten Smiley
Weird, because with this high BTC value I can image some are even turning on gpus for BTC again..

http://bitcoin.sipa.be/speed-small-lin-2k.png
http://bitcoindifficulty.com/

At this difficulty GPU mining is completely out of the question unless you're on free energy. And even then these cannot make an impact.

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November 08, 2013, 04:55:11 PM
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Can some one tell me the exact height of a jupiter.   I see the number on their site but that seems rounded and I am wondering if this actually fits in a 4U slot since the rack needs to have shelves (which take some of the 4U space).
thanks


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November 08, 2013, 05:13:27 PM
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Your return arrived today, was processed and repaired today, and left here by courier today.

In and out the same day.

That two week stuff is nonsense, you weren't even issued the RMA until the 29/10/13 (last Friday) it's in the RMA code itself.
https://wwwapps.ups.com/WebTracking/track?HTMLVersion=5.0&loc=en_US&Requester=UPSHome&WBPM_lid=homepage%2Fct1.html_pnl_trk&trackNums=46808822179%0D%0A&track.x=Track

I got just off the phone with UPS. Not only was the address provided in the RMA email wrong (according to UPS), but it still has not been delivered and is scheduled for tomorrow.... meaning either you or UPS is lying. The tracking would indicate UPS is right... and at least my UPS Account Rep has the decency to get back to me in a timely manner.

Haha. You also blatantly lied about it having been received. Now have confirmation from both UPS and KnC that it has not arrived... care to explain yourself?

"Hi,
 
This has not yet arrived at our location. Could you please provide a tracking number so that we can chase it?
 
Should you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact us.
 
Thanks
Emilia
 
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Emilia Cole 
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Office: +46 8559 253 20
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Quoting this again... Bitcoinorama lied pretty dam clearly here...
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November 08, 2013, 05:16:03 PM
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my trust of orama decreases everyday....sigh
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November 08, 2013, 05:17:57 PM
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Can some one tell me the exact height of a jupiter.   I see the number on their site but that seems rounded and I am wondering if this actually fits in a 4U slot since the rack needs to have shelves (which take some of the 4U space).
thanks

18cm exactly without the rubber feet which you can remove.
With them: 18.5cm

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November 08, 2013, 05:23:25 PM
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finally the increase seems to flatten Smiley
Weird, because with this high BTC value I can image some are even turning on gpus for BTC again..

http://bitcoin.sipa.be/speed-small-lin-2k.png
http://bitcoindifficulty.com/

I said it would plateau a few weeks back and was laughed out of the thread, someone threatened to remind me about it to, 'saved for posterity' I believe.

Fact is, there it was, the largest shift in Bitcoin tech, with not really anything else coming online currently, certainly not in line with what just occured. That seismic shift in hashrate, equal to the entire cumulative hashrate since Bitcoins inception 4 3/4 years ago will never reoccur with such impact, in such a short period of time ever again.

Wink

Dude the hashrate is about to level out for a bit not, continue growing like this for a while. This has been the first shipment of a major die shrink. If anything it shows the genesis block was way off base all along, as I previously stated. This will be a huge step up over a couple of weeks and then there won't be anything in such a huge multiple in one go on to make such a marked effect on the hashrate again for sometime. More a plateau You certainly won't see a doubling of the current hashrate as it stands after the KnC delivery for a while yet, even during their November shipment. If they were to ship anywhere near what they shipped just now, it'll increase the current hashrate by a proportion, not a multiple due to the cumulative effect of this wave.

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November 08, 2013, 05:28:00 PM
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my trust of orama decreases everyday....sigh
And he hasn't responded to that, while responding to others.
Also got a nice email from KnC today... actually verifying that the RMA has been received. 1 day after UPS said it was delivered, and 2 days after Orama said a replacement had already been dispatched.
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