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April 11, 2014, 09:14:31 PM
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their honesty record is a bit sketchy.

nice of you to play it down.  Cheesy

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April 11, 2014, 10:43:02 PM
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KnCMiner, based in Stockholm, operates about 7,000 machines. While the mining company’s electric bill in March came to $450,000, the computers mined 21,000 bitcoins, according to co-founder Sam Cole.

source: http://www.businessweek.com/news/2014-04-11/bitcoin-mining-boom-sputters-as-prospectors-see-real-cash-losses

if they are mining 21,000 BTC a month it would make their farm just over 20% of the network.   Huh


This article is absolutely devastating for individual miners future. What is quite surprising to me is that, apart from Bitmain, no other manufacturer has ANY price flexibility whatsoever. This indicates that hardware suppliers simply choose to mine themselves when bitcoin prices are declining. Every manufacturer price was completely unrealistic in the last couple of weeks (KnC, cointerra, spondoolies, even Bitmain S2). I think that we are about to experience a hard crash in hardware manufacturers. I dream for a modular low power cheap machine. Some guy has S1 undervolted with less than half electricity consumption, but still decent hashing:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=526060.20
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April 11, 2014, 10:48:58 PM
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just received my refund for order # #1115X in USD.. thanks

Congrats, when did you request this refund ?

Requested last April 3. took 8 days to received the funds in my bank..

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KNC refunders... beware of new , intense "Know Your Customer" (KYC) verification on Bitstamp for Americans...
After enduring KNC's slow refunding process, I encountered a week of dialogue at Bitstamp... and eventual approval a day ago, but the funds have yet to be credited to my account. Might look for another exchange....

*Two others I know had the same issue


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April 12, 2014, 04:51:38 AM
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KNC refunders... beware of new , intense "Know Your Customer" (KYC) verification on Bitstamp for Americans...
After enduring KNC's slow refunding process, I encountered a week of dialogue at Bitstamp... and eventual approval a day ago, but the funds have yet to be credited to my account. Might look for another exchange....

*Two others I know had the same issue
I wonder if it has anything to do with FACTA/ H.R. 2847 coming up in July?
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April 12, 2014, 06:46:44 AM
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KNC refunders... beware of new , intense "Know Your Customer" (KYC) verification on Bitstamp for Americans...
After enduring KNC's slow refunding process, I encountered a week of dialogue at Bitstamp... and eventual approval a day ago, but the funds have yet to be credited to my account. Might look for another exchange....

*Two others I know had the same issue

Not only for americans, Bitstamp does it's KYC procedure for european as well now!

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KNC refunders... beware of new , intense "Know Your Customer" (KYC) verification on Bitstamp for Americans...
After enduring KNC's slow refunding process, I encountered a week of dialogue at Bitstamp... and eventual approval a day ago, but the funds have yet to be credited to my account. Might look for another exchange....

*Two others I know had the same issue

Not only for americans, Bitstamp does it's KYC procedure for european as well now!
How long from *approved  to  account credited?
It sucks they didnt credit it upon approval... I suppose now im holding my breath till monday...


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April 12, 2014, 10:55:31 AM
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KNC refunders... beware of new , intense "Know Your Customer" (KYC) verification on Bitstamp for Americans...
After enduring KNC's slow refunding process, I encountered a week of dialogue at Bitstamp... and eventual approval a day ago, but the funds have yet to be credited to my account. Might look for another exchange....

*Two others I know had the same issue

Not only for americans, Bitstamp does it's KYC procedure for european as well now!
How long from *approved  to  account credited?
It sucks they didnt credit it upon approval... I suppose now im holding my breath till monday...


I've got their KYC email yesterday and answered all questions, but they haven't replied yet.

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KNC refunders... beware of new , intense "Know Your Customer" (KYC) verification on Bitstamp for Americans...
After enduring KNC's slow refunding process, I encountered a week of dialogue at Bitstamp... and eventual approval a day ago, but the funds have yet to be credited to my account. Might look for another exchange....

*Two others I know had the same issue

Not only for americans, Bitstamp does it's KYC procedure for european as well now!
How long from *approved  to  account credited?
It sucks they didnt credit it upon approval... I suppose now im holding my breath till monday...


I've got their KYC email yesterday and answered all questions, but they haven't replied yet.

I did mine a couple of months ago, took about 4 days if I recall correctly..

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What is quite surprising to me is that, apart from Bitmain, no other manufacturer has ANY price flexibility whatsoever. This indicates that hardware suppliers simply choose to mine themselves when bitcoin prices are declining. Every manufacturer price was completely unrealistic in the last couple of weeks (KnC, cointerra, spondoolies, even Bitmain S2). I think that we are about to experience a hard crash in hardware manufacturers. I dream for a modular low power cheap machine. Some guy has S1 undervolted with less than half electricity consumption, but still decent hashing:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=526060.20

The Chinese A1 Dragonminers are dropping in price slowly. They've gone from $5K a few weeks ago to $2.6K now.

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Brock Pierce (a KNC Founder) is notably the main one of the "Group" Bidding for Gox!
If they save Gox....  I will worship the ground they walk on.

http://www.coindesk.com/investor-group-offers-buy-mt-gox-one-bitcoin/


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http://organofcorti.blogspot.ro/2014/04/april-6th-2014-weekly-hashrate.html

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KNC is my largest concern right now. They now have more than 13% of the network, and they haven't made it easy to find out and track their data. If they want people to be less concerned about them having local control over machines that solved nearly one-seventh of the network blocks during the past week, then they need to be a little more open with their data and their plans.

It makes me more than a little uncomfortable that of the top five block solvers, only one is definitely a pure pool (BTCGuild), and only two of the five provide any public information (GHash.IO and BTCGuild).

Going by the fact that ex-wall streeters are involved in KnC, things become a little more clear. (see greed is good above)  Undecided
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http://organofcorti.blogspot.ro/2014/04/april-6th-2014-weekly-hashrate.html

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KNC is my largest concern right now. They now have more than 13% of the network, and they haven't made it easy to find out and track their data. If they want people to be less concerned about them having local control over machines that solved nearly one-seventh of the network blocks during the past week, then they need to be a little more open with their data and their plans.

It makes me more than a little uncomfortable that of the top five block solvers, only one is definitely a pure pool (BTCGuild), and only two of the five provide any public information (GHash.IO and BTCGuild).

Going by the fact that ex-wall streeters are involved in KnC, things become a little more clear. (see greed is good above)  Undecided

They also mine in the dark unknown pools too. In addition to pointing some miners to other pools to spread hashrate around.
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http://organofcorti.blogspot.ro/2014/04/april-6th-2014-weekly-hashrate.html

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KNC is my largest concern right now. They now have more than 13% of the network, and they haven't made it easy to find out and track their data. If they want people to be less concerned about them having local control over machines that solved nearly one-seventh of the network blocks during the past week, then they need to be a little more open with their data and their plans.

It makes me more than a little uncomfortable that of the top five block solvers, only one is definitely a pure pool (BTCGuild), and only two of the five provide any public information (GHash.IO and BTCGuild).

Going by the fact that ex-wall streeters are involved in KnC, things become a little more clear. (see greed is good above)  Undecided

why would knc provide customer transparency?  they set a vague future date, get all the sheeps' fund, use it to buildout massive mining farms for themselves, then deliver to you at the last min of the stated Q2/3 whatever vague date, by then the difficulty is so high (caused by knc using your money) the miners are worth cents on the dollar. 

It's the perfect business model, you don't need to be a rocket scientist to figure it out. First deliverable was to build brand, after that it's just auto drive of get fund, build, devalue, then deliver.   

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April 12, 2014, 05:25:52 PM
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Folks, you gotta learn to roll with the times - as hard as it is to abandon your hopes and aspirations of getting rich quick on the back of cryptos.

Bitcoin prices are trending towards the cost of mining them.
No ASIC manufacturer is offering equipment that small customers can expect to ROI in less than a year. if at all.
Mining is becoming a utility business with returns that will trend towards 7% a year, just like water and gas and electricity generation.
To make money, you will have to do it at extreme scale in locales with cheap electricity.


There is a washout coming in the ASIC mining equipment business and the only companies which will survive are those that adapt their business model to the new normal. KNC obviously plans to be one of them.

The new 'great opportunities' in cryptos have moved up the food chain, to the infrastructure and application level.
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April 12, 2014, 05:50:41 PM
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http://organofcorti.blogspot.ro/2014/04/april-6th-2014-weekly-hashrate.html

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KNC is my largest concern right now. They now have more than 13% of the network, and they haven't made it easy to find out and track their data. If they want people to be less concerned about them having local control over machines that solved nearly one-seventh of the network blocks during the past week, then they need to be a little more open with their data and their plans.

It makes me more than a little uncomfortable that of the top five block solvers, only one is definitely a pure pool (BTCGuild), and only two of the five provide any public information (GHash.IO and BTCGuild).

Going by the fact that ex-wall streeters are involved in KnC, things become a little more clear. (see greed is good above)  Undecided
Do you understand that....
they (The investor group) are using that power to attempt pulling thousands of Gox clients out of a huge loss?
That's just the opposite of greed.  It borders charity considering they don't need the GOX name at all to open an exchange.


...but yes...  I was referring to the way it went down earlier...  the Jupiter board dangle and mind changing while we were clueless...
but I get it now, and am somewhat relieved...(wall streeters)  but not much.    Tongue
I can't help but be excited about the possibility of reclaiming Gox losses; and a significant part of the Boden income will be used for that if the deal goes through.


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April 12, 2014, 07:04:59 PM
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I can't help but be excited about the possibility of reclaiming Gox losses; and a significant part of the Boden income will be used for that if the deal goes through.

I honestly hope everyone that lost at Gox gets their coin back, it's just the thought of the guys who created the event--2008 crash--leading up to Bitcoin, and one reason for Bitcoin, taking control of the very thing that's supposed to stop them form being able to do it all over again.  Shocked
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April 12, 2014, 07:10:30 PM
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I can't help but be excited about the possibility of reclaiming Gox losses; and a significant part of the Boden income will be used for that if the deal goes through.

I honestly hope everyone that lost at Gox gets their coin back, it's just the thought of the guys who created the event--2008 crash--leading up to Bitcoin, and one reason for Bitcoin, taking control of the very thing that's supposed to stop them form being able to do it all over again.  Shocked
I see your concern, but I think the domination will be short lived, my freind... there are too many others doing the same...
building huge farms....

And it's time Americans have a real exchange...  
CampBX flopped, and there are no bankwires at all there now...
Kracken trades on the XRP price, so the entire exchange depends on other exchanges to operate as they skim...  which sucks...
We really need someone to step up to the plate here, and hit one out of the park!
One on wall street would dominate, given the fees are low.
With WallStreet's trouble, investors there are looking for fresh, new investments...
While new IRS guidelines make BTC investing just like stock investing...
Pretty attractive for the long term IMHO.


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April 12, 2014, 08:28:10 PM
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Do you understand that....
they (The investor group) are using that power to attempt pulling thousands of Gox clients out of a huge loss?
That's just the opposite of greed.  It borders charity considering they don't need the GOX name at all to open an exchange.


...but yes...  I was referring to the way it went down earlier...  the Jupiter board dangle and mind changing while we were clueless...
but I get it now, and am somewhat relieved...(wall streeters)  but not much.    Tongue
I can't help but be excited about the possibility of reclaiming Gox losses; and a significant part of the Boden income will be used for that if the deal goes through.


Could you post a link where the people involved with KnC admit they're mining coins to bail out Gox?  I only ask because a) I don't believe you.  b) If something like that was posted, you likely misinterpreted it, and c) I think you've pulled this out of your ass.
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April 12, 2014, 08:38:12 PM
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Do you understand that....
they (The investor group) are using that power to attempt pulling thousands of Gox clients out of a huge loss?
That's just the opposite of greed.  It borders charity considering they don't need the GOX name at all to open an exchange.


...but yes...  I was referring to the way it went down earlier...  the Jupiter board dangle and mind changing while we were clueless...
but I get it now, and am somewhat relieved...(wall streeters)  but not much.    Tongue
I can't help but be excited about the possibility of reclaiming Gox losses; and a significant part of the Boden income will be used for that if the deal goes through.


Could you post a link where the people involved with KnC admit they're mining coins to bail out Gox?  I only ask because a) I don't believe you.  b) If something like that was posted, you likely misinterpreted it, and c) I think you've pulled this out of your ass.

It's a few pages back: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=170332.msg6163899#msg6163899

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