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July 18, 2013, 03:33:42 PM
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Right. Just place and order and paid through PayPal (after two weeks of deliberation and licking wounds after BFL).
So, KnC stands for "kennemar & cole" (stated on the PayPal receipt)

It is the same guys as
http://www.kennemarandcole.se/
Looks promising.

Also, after payment, I came back to KnC main page, but parts of it were in what appears to be Russian. Are they implementing multi-lingual support, which pops up when it should not?


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During the very first days of this thread, during the "fingerprinting" era of any new ASIC thread, someone discovered that the KNC website developer is from Russia, hence some code of the page had that language in the JS class and so on.

Maybe it's the same reason, who knows...

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July 18, 2013, 03:55:21 PM
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Edit: side note kind of off topic, but I was just looking at the order list page and it only comes to like $700,000 or about 40 th. I think that only a smallish percentage might be listed there.

Link? Don't know of an order list page Tongue

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July 18, 2013, 03:59:29 PM
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Edit: side note kind of off topic, but I was just looking at the order list page and it only comes to like $700,000 or about 40 th. I think that only a smallish percentage might be listed there.

Link? Don't know of an order list page Tongue

I think he means the voluntary one in this forum...

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July 18, 2013, 04:00:11 PM
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Anyone also really enjoy the fact that they sent out a mass email about it? Rather than posting in some obscure web forum in the middle of a 100 page thread of rabble so that no one can find it?

Yes  Smiley

And would not expect anything else from a serious company.

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Edit: side note kind of off topic, but I was just looking at the order list page and it only comes to like $700,000 or about 40 th. I think that only a smallish percentage might be listed there.

Link? Don't know of an order list page Tongue

I think he means the voluntary one in this forum...

The big orders don't appear to be listed... I think it is more of a guide once things are shipping that people can feel comfortable on the progress

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July 18, 2013, 04:04:40 PM
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Yes, sorry, meant thread.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=249065.0
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July 18, 2013, 04:38:47 PM
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How about KNCminer producing a die shot (image of its chip) increasing the likelihood they will ship devices September thru Novermber before claiming they will stop shipping December thru February?

Unlikely, as they are going straight from chip manufacture, to production, also perhaps to retain competitive advantage. No doubt such a shot will surface in due course...


You would know better since you met with them. I hope you are right...
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July 18, 2013, 05:03:22 PM
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New Mining Hardware Calculator from Genesis Block..

Is this correct?  Says my Saturn will earn me $16,800  ROI in 21 days..  Starting in Sept..   Shocked


I wouldn't say it is right. Their default difficulty increase per month is 35%, who know what the real number will be, but it seems optimistic. Could easily have 3 adjustments in a month... Not saying it should be 80% or anything like that, but 35 seems low.
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July 18, 2013, 05:38:12 PM
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How about KNCminer producing a die shot (image of its chip) increasing the likelihood they will ship devices September thru Novermber before claiming they will stop shipping December thru February?

Unlikely, as they are going straight from chip manufacture, to production, also perhaps to retain competitive advantage. No doubt such a shot will surface in due course...


You would know better since you met with them. I hope you are right...

Mate all I know, as the others who were there can confirm, that they are literally taking delivery of chips, and assembling with some tweaking whilst they send out untweaked prototypes to devs to ready their software. I imagine they will show chip pictures as they arrive, but it, as far as I was told will be literally days, if not a few weeks before they are in your hands. They certainly aren't faffing around with media freebie BS like BFL have over delivering to paying customers as promised. That crap rattled my cage when I saw Butterfly Labs prioritise journalists that had no clue about Bitcoin or related mining hardware over customers who have literally stood around patiently for months, and I made sure to raise that at the time!

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July 18, 2013, 05:44:38 PM
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Anyone also really enjoy the fact that they sent out a mass email about it? Rather than posting in some obscure web forum in the middle of a 100 page thread of rabble so that no one can find it?

Yes  Smiley

And would not expect anything else from a serious company.



Hmm. I didn't get such an email...  :s
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July 18, 2013, 06:06:02 PM
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This is fantastic news. Here's what it comes down to.

Knc is going to protect our ROI by selling not in batches but time-periods, giving breathing room.

Like when Avalon announced chip sales, that was a surprise to everyone. Similarly, would batch-2 have sold well if they knew batch-3 was coming and coming right on their heels.

It is, yet again, a sign that Knc is a step above everyone else out there.

As for this gen-2 device they plan to sell in March--wasn't I just talking about them doing this ^_^ If these guys plan things right, they'll form a bandwagon that we can jump on. Imagine if they keep delivering in six month cycles. They'll blow everyone out of the water. Even Asicminer will have trouble keeping up and may falter. And if they keep bringing customers along, wow. It's a good time to be mining.

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July 18, 2013, 06:13:02 PM
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This is fantastic news. Here's what it comes down to.

Knc is going to protect our ROI by selling not in batches but time-periods, giving breathing room.

Like when Avalon announced chip sales, that was a surprise to everyone. Similarly, would batch-2 have sold well if they knew batch-3 was coming and coming right on their heels.

It is, yet again, a sign that Knc is a step above everyone else out there.

As for this gen-2 device they plan to sell in March--wasn't I just talking about them doing this ^_^ If these guys plan things right, they'll form a bandwagon that we can jump on. Imagine if they keep delivering in six month cycles.

Or even maybe three month cycles with other pow between the six month sha256 cycles?
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July 18, 2013, 06:14:38 PM
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This is fantastic news. Here's what it comes down to.

Knc is going to protect our ROI by selling not in batches but time-periods, giving breathing room.

Like when Avalon announced chip sales, that was a surprise to everyone. Similarly, would batch-2 have sold well if they knew batch-3 was coming and coming right on their heels.

It is, yet again, a sign that Knc is a step above everyone else out there.

As for this gen-2 device they plan to sell in March--wasn't I just talking about them doing this ^_^ If these guys plan things right, they'll form a bandwagon that we can jump on. Imagine if they keep delivering in six month cycles.

Or even maybe three month cycles with other pow between the six month sha256 cycles?

i wonder if they will offer early adopter discounts Smiley
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July 18, 2013, 06:22:45 PM
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Or even maybe three month cycles with other pow between the six month sha256 cycles?
What does this mean?
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July 18, 2013, 06:24:48 PM
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Or even maybe three month cycles with other pow between the six month sha256 cycles?
What does this mean?

Just hoping that they would come out with their scrypt miner before march.
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July 18, 2013, 06:54:05 PM
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Or even maybe three month cycles with other pow between the six month sha256 cycles?
What does this mean?

Just hoping that they would come out with their scrypt miner before march.
Honestly I doubt they'll bother producing an Scrypt miner. Leave that to another project and team.

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July 18, 2013, 07:26:42 PM
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Link? Don't know of an order list page Tongue

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=249065.0
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July 18, 2013, 07:28:33 PM
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I know its been talked about, and they list something on their Web site, but is there a known size of the Saturn?    L W  H in inches???    

Just trying to figure out where I will put it in my home office





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July 18, 2013, 07:40:26 PM
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anyone else notice they changed the sizes?

check out the miners page.  500x400x200
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July 18, 2013, 07:46:55 PM
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anyone else notice they changed the sizes?

check out the miners page.  500x400x200
pretty much figured that this would be the case. the other measurements were a little too small ^^

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