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December 17, 2013, 08:11:03 AM
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Has there been anyone else mentioning that they can't change their pool config on their hosted miners?  KNC seems to have changed up the interface and I can no longer make any changes... Clicking Save just reverts it to the previous settings.
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December 17, 2013, 10:13:06 AM
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Was just browsing knc forum and just thought I'd mention to keep miners horizontal not vertical. Knc will not issue rma for damage done if used vertically.

http://forum.kncminer.com/forum/main-category/hardware/24251-can-you-place-the-miner-nov-jupiter-on-its-side-and-is-65c-hotter-than-normal?_=1387273529972

I had my oct jup on its side when I first received but it slotted in better in my room horizontally lucky for me I probably would have just assumed that like a PC I just could store it any which way
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December 17, 2013, 11:48:35 AM
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https://www.kncminer.com/news/news-73

they say they will release jupiters for sale.

Old news.  And don't expect a massive price decrease or you'll be majorly disappointed.
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December 17, 2013, 12:04:14 PM
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Anyone have an inside scoop of when KNC will possibly list Jupiters? It will be Christmas in 11 days, then New Year's so anything to do with shipping will be delayed or who knows what. Are they thinking of releasing maybe this week, the next? I'm probably positive someone must have called them to ask. And most likely wouldn't post that "secret" info here.


Given their past pricing trend I am expecting the new batch to be anywhere between USD 2995-3995

fingers crossed!

 It's absurd to think KNC will be selling Jupiters from stock for approximately the same $/GH as Neptunes that won't be available until Q1-Q2 of 2014.

We'll be lucky if they don't raise the price from batch 2.  I hope I'm wrong but I don't think I am.
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December 17, 2013, 12:11:14 PM
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Network Protection Statement only makes sense in case buying option is limited to existing customers and @absolutely competitive price. Let's see  Cool

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December 17, 2013, 12:11:34 PM
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Prepare yourself for the next major spike in difficulty...


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They’ve started assembling Baby Jets (overnight tonight). They aim by night’s end to have the first round of assembly done for 400 Baby Jets.

Hooray!   Cool


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December 17, 2013, 12:20:54 PM
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Network Protection Statement only makes sense in case buying option is limited to existing customers and @absolutely competitive price. Let's see  Cool

Argh, here we go again!

Competitive price means what exactly?  No one else will be selling a 28nm miner off-the-shelf ready for immediate shipping other than KNC.  Therefore KNC has no competition and can set the price wherever they want.

Do you think HashFast or Cointerra can actually be considered competition?  If they are to be considered competition you would need to receive your HashFast miner the same time as you would an order from KNC. Unfortunately if you ordered from HashFast today you wouldn't get your miner until April.  Hardly competition then, right?  Besides, those batch 1 BsbyJets cost a fortune when they were ordered many months ago.

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December 17, 2013, 12:23:16 PM
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Prepare yourself for the next major spike in difficulty...



they haven't even shown a fully hashin miner...   they seem to be going through the prep but just two picks of what?  measuring what? and wrapping up some extra power cables?


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December 17, 2013, 12:30:05 PM
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So I have one november jupiter that refuses to stay on. Tried each individual ASIC separately, no dice, tried swapping the 1500w EVGA with a 860W Corsair, corsair didnt even turn it on (fans spun up but BBB no lights). Anyone got any ideas?

I'd guess there's a ribbon cable plugged backwards to the controller board possible or faulty cabling to the BBB.



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December 17, 2013, 12:31:18 PM
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Prepare yourself for the next major spike in difficulty...


when hashfast will be start to shipping the miners?
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December 17, 2013, 12:44:57 PM
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Network Protection Statement only makes sense in case buying option is limited to existing customers and @absolutely competitive price. Let's see  Cool

Argh, here we go again!

Competitive price means what exactly?  No one else will be selling a 28nm miner off-the-shelf ready for immediate shipping other than KNC.  Therefore KNC has no competition and can set the price wherever they want.

Do you think HashFast or Cointerra can actually be considered competition?  If they are to be considered competition you would need to receive your HashFast miner the same time as you would an order from KNC. Unfortunately if you ordered from HashFast today you wouldn't get your miner until April.  Hardly competition then, right?  Besides, those batch 1 preorders cost a fortune.



You are correct. Right now they could sell as many Jup as they want. They would sell them from stock asap even price tagged at 10k due to non existing competition.

...But - judging their overall beheviour from the past - I think they will honour their Network Protection Statement which has only one purpose: To protect the network share of existing customers (batch 1 & batch 2 Jup and to some extend Neptune pre-order guys).

This means
a) They do it coordinated (announce sales and condition 2-3 days in advance)
b) They sell relatively cheap (lower than the potential maximum market price e.g. between 3-5k)
c) They sell only to existing customers in limited amount (maybe 1 unit per previous unit bought)

This would be perfect execution and I would draw my head. Maybe, only maybe - they will just pump & dumb for all at premium price generating maximum profit - definitely a possibility... but I doubt that

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December 17, 2013, 12:58:57 PM
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a) They do it coordinated (announce sales and condition 2-3 days in advance)
b) They sell relatively cheap (lower than the potential maximum market price e.g. between 3-5k)
c) They sell only to existing customers in limited amount (maybe 1 unit per previous unit bought)

They already announced to be ready, so the next thing we will hear is "X number available for sale".

B is very likely

C isn't likely, they'd incite a small riot. unless they want to garnish their rep more.

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December 17, 2013, 01:11:38 PM
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a) They do it coordinated (announce sales and condition 2-3 days in advance)
b) They sell relatively cheap (lower than the potential maximum market price e.g. between 3-5k)
c) They sell only to existing customers in limited amount (maybe 1 unit per previous unit bought)

They already announced to be ready, so the next thing we will hear is "X number available for sale".

B is very likely

C isn't likely, they'd incite a small riot. unless they want to garnish their rep more.

Also possible - nevertheless, very exiting - bring your liquitity in position for all scenarios Wink

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December 17, 2013, 02:16:43 PM
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Just wanted to quickly chime in about my experience with Kncminer.

Last week I received my bonus units, after a few initial teething problems (mostly caused by me being thick) I got everything up and running, every unit exceeded my expectations apart from one which seemed to have a fault and eventually went pop on Thursday.

Thursday evening I emailed their customer service and they immediately raised an RMA for me, the board went out Friday and I just received confirmation that it was on its way back to me now.

Great service! Thanks KNCminer


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December 17, 2013, 02:34:00 PM
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Prepare yourself for the next major spike in difficulty...


when hashfast will be start to shipping the miners?

I think you are mistaken...Hashfast has NOT assembled more than 1 complete miner.  They simply unboxed the units, mounted some radiators, and put them back on pallets.  Basically, stuff that they COULD have done in october... My guess is that hashfast booked some production time with Ciara, were not ready with actual boards, and wanted to do something "productive" with the time.
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December 17, 2013, 02:50:34 PM
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I wonder what all those guys that paid for neptunes are thinking with the bitcoin price drop,is bitcoin really going back to $40.00 ?

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December 17, 2013, 02:55:01 PM
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I wonder what all those guys that paid for neptunes are thinking with the bitcoin price drop,is bitcoin really going back to $40.00 ?

Well, on the other hand the guys who paid with btc are probably smiling Smiley ... At least a little

Worse case scenario if btc drops to sub $200 , request a refund and buy btc direct

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December 17, 2013, 02:55:23 PM
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I wonder what all those guys that paid for neptunes are thinking with the bitcoin price drop,is bitcoin really going back to $40.00 ?

They probably cashed out BTC to pay it. Win-win, esp. when valuation bounces back.

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December 17, 2013, 02:57:54 PM
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I wonder what all those guys that paid for neptunes are thinking with the bitcoin price drop,is bitcoin really going back to $40.00 ?

Those of us that paid with BTC are smiling with huge smiles... I paid something like 9.5 BTC for my neptune.. which effectively means that I sold my BTC at the peak.  The price going down is great news.  Less incentive for other people to buy mining gear and start mining, we can get a refund (in USD) whenever we want, and our hurdle rate in BTC terms is very low.  What's not to love?
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December 17, 2013, 03:00:12 PM
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I wonder what all those guys that paid for neptunes are thinking with the bitcoin price drop,is bitcoin really going back to $40.00 ?

Those of us that paid with BTC are smiling with huge smiles... I paid something like 9.5 BTC for my neptune.. which effectively means that I sold my BTC at the peak.  The price going down is great news.  Less incentive for other people to buy mining gear and start mining, we can get a refund (in USD) whenever we want, and our hurdle rate in BTC terms is very low.  What's not to love?

because the neptunes are going to use alot of WATTS, how will you cope with electricity bills if the BTC price is 40.00usd?

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